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RESULTS OF IDE I1ECTO
CABL1SLF, B0BKIS05 iSD ElBD
The Protectionists Comblai to Pr
TPat the Electloa of the Three
Most Jiotei Free Traders.
BPfilKOER ELECTED BT 1
DICED MAJOEIIY. :
LIsU of Conciestuien EWcti-i la
Other Maim -Legislature! That
IV III Elect Senators.
Hartford, Ot., Novunber 3. The
following are the Congressional votri:
First Diatrict-Bick, Rep., 14,405;
Vance, Dera, 14,824. Second Lwi,
Rep , 13,567; Franch, Dam., 1B,010.
TMrd-Rnaeell, Kp., 3200; Hyde,
Dam., 2483. Fourth Grander, Pern.,
8953: Milee, Ilea , 8792.
With very few towns to hear from,
the Sonata eta ids 14 Republicans to
10 Democrats, a Republican gain ot 1
The lower home, with fonr towns to
hear from, and rickoned tt vote the
same aa last yur, elands 134 Republi
cans, 113 Democrat-, 1 Lib ir and
one tie a Republican majority of 19
or 20, and, on joint ballot, from 20 to
25. Cleveland, the Democratic candi
date for Governor, lack t 2243 of a ma
jolity. The vo'e is: Lounabcrry,
Rep., 63,829; Cleveland, Dm 55,661;
Forbes, Prohib., 4273; Bakr, Labor,
2310, The Legalature wijl el-ct a
Rspnblican Sotator and Stat cillccus,
the Republicans six Sheriffs, and the
Democrats two a Republican gin
Dsnvhr, Col, November 3. From
tho meajf.r returns received up to
noon the indications are that Adams,
Dam., has been elected Governor by a
email m jority, and possibly Reed,
Dem., CoiifceHeman. Uu account of
the (treat amount of scra'ching, the
returns are coming la very eiowly.
Full returns have been received from
only twenty-six precincts in Arapahoe
eoonty out of sixty-nine. They give
Reed, Dem., a majority over bimms,
Rep , ol 487.
DEL t WARE.
Blsgi, Dem. for Governor, tins a ma
jority la th State of over 60J0 over
llcffrtfker, I'rohib. The Republicans
took bnt little part in the election.
The Democrats elrct every thing, in
cluding a leglalatife tirket, which
secure tho re-elf ction of George Gray
to the United States Senate.
Fobt Watss, Inn., November 3.
Returns are nearly complete from this,
tbe Twelfth Congressional District,
and show clearly the election of
White, Rep., for Conarers, by a major
ity ranging from 12,000 to 15.000, ovor
Lowrey, the present incumbent. Low
rey's majority two years ago was 2550.
St. Lnuis, Mo., November 3 The
latest returns from the Eighteenth Illi
nois Congressional District Indicates
that Morrlsm, Dem., bes boen do
leatcH by Jthu Baker, Rep. The ro
tarcs are incomplete, hut (-lairp,
Morrison's stronghold, wtnt for Baker,
and It is general y ttiunght that he will
be the next Congressman from the
Eighteenth District. A dispatch was
received on 'Change this afternoon
purporting to come from Mrriison
stating that he conceded his defeat.
Chicago, III., November 3 A. M.
Jones, chairman of the Republican
Elate Central Committee, gives bis
estimate of tlie remit rf the election
in Illinois as (ollows: "From the very
latest returns beyond all qneetion
tldrty Republican Senators have born
elected in the Slate, with the pnsxible
addition ot two moie Iroj tlie doubt
ful districts. Illinois," he said, "has
without doubt been carried by the
SUte ticket by a plurality of over 30.
000, giving us a majority in botii
houses of the Legislature. Returns
from many of the do e and doubtful
districts indicates Inrue Republican
gains over the laat Fieaiduntial elec
tion, and in almost every section of
the State the Republican party have
made triumphant progress anil hub
staotlal gainp." He estimates that the
Senate will be compound ot thirty Re
publicans, eighteen Democrats and
three Labor parly men. lie estimates
that the llcure will hnve a working
The comt'tatiornl amendment abol
ishing tbe contract convict system ot
prison labor in Illinois Is believed to
be adopted. Tbe vote for it in all the
leargo cities was prao'.lcilly unani
moniand advices thus far received
from tbe country indicate that the op
position to it from the farmers was
not nearly so strong aa ti e labor ele
ment feared. Tha Republican plural
ity In Illinois for 8 ata Treasurer, tbe
head of the ticket, is estimated at
from 23,000 to 27,000. Tbe result on
tbe Congressional vote up to this
evening was still a matter of doubt in
the Second, Tenth, Eleventh, Thir
teenth and Sixteenth Districts In
the Second the contest between Law
ler, Dom., and Gleason, Lab., la very
clo'e. Una computation of the un
official returns elect) deism by 18
votes, while I.awler claims the dietrict
by C2 votes. The Republicans
claim that Gest, Rp., has d feated
Neece, Dem.. in the Eleventh District
by 400, and also awrt that Gen.
I'os, Rep., has dtfeated Worthington
in the Tenth District. llMh the Re
publicans and Democrats claim the
elec ion in tbe Thirteenth (flrriner'a)
District. The vote in the Sixteenth
District Is very clcee. The R?pab
licana have gained a Congressman in
the Third District William K. Maion,
and one in the Eighteenth Jebu
Baker. The Tenth, Eleventh, Thlr-
teeath and Sixteenth Diatrkti are
at present represented by Democrats,
and II Republican claims to currvias
three of thm should be verified, tbe
net Republican gain in the State
would he five Congressmen, and if
Gleason's claim to an election in the
becocd District is v en tied the Drnno
ctata would 1ob six diatricla in all.
morkison coxrawis defeat.
WiTaaioo, ).!.., November S, IBM.
W. Berry Brntti, Uaaeral Maaaisr Asio
eiated: l'raea, Cuioaaet
You are correct, bat I do not cars to
say snyirnuii of the nietho la em
ployed to obtain a mijority for Mr,
Baktr. w. k. norkison.
SraisiiiiKLi., lu... Kurtmlier 3, ISM.
Wro. llonrv Smith, (lfral Manner Aw
dated Preas, t hu aiio;
Complete, unollii tnl bnt reliable, re
tnrns lion all ti:e counii.a in ihis
Congressional Dis'rict give nm nurlv
800 m j ri i y. I attiibute rr,y miiia-d
maj ri y to iheefllrta of the tarifl mo
nopolia's outtido the district. The
effective opposition was so secretariat
I was unable to detect it. and wtere
danger waa least feared the loss was
greatest. Those disappointed on ac
count oi tbe public patronage con
tributed in some degree to reduce my
former majority, but such influences
were Insignificant in comparisin with
the opposition fiom protectionist".
TfSl. M. Ornl.lUun.
. MarrlMB Defealad.
St. Losta, Mo., November 3. Die
patohea from Belleville, III., lay that
tne Hon. Wm. R. Morrison, Demo
cratic candidate for re-election to Con
gress from the Eighteenth Illinois Dis
trict, has been defeated by bis Repub
lican opponent, Judge Jebu Baker, by
a majority of about 1000. The returns
will not be complete before tomorrow,
but enough has been received to make
it appear certain that Morrison has
really been defeated. Official returna
from Madison and Washington coun
ties give Barer a majority of 720 in tbe
former and 210 in tue latter, and esti
mated rotO'ns from St. C'air county
g ve him 250, and from Bond county
300 majority. Morrison's majority is
io Monroe county, where, according
ti official returns, he has 742 major
ity. Baker's total majority, based
npon official count of tbree counties
and the estimated count of two, is
747, but the Republicans claim that
when the full returns are received this
will be swelled to 1000. Mr. Mor
rison hlmsolf, according to a dispatch
received from Waterloo, his residence,
concedes bis defoat. Mr. Morrison
has been a candidate for Confirms
thirteen limes end has been defeated
but three t mes, twice by Judge Ba
knr, his present victor, aad once by
John R. Hay. Tbe result of the elec
tion Is said to he a great surprise
throughout the district, and particu
larly to the Democrat", and a monster
jubilee wjs held atB-lleville by the
Republicans tonight. Morrison carried
his distr'ct two yeats ago by 2502.
B-ker's majority is now placed at
1000. He ties made a very active can
vass of the d'strict and devoted a
greater part of his entrgics to arM rais
ing tbe worklngrnen and appealing to
the various labor oreaoizitions. Ho
espiured the latter's cause and his
protection principles s opposed to
Morrison's tendency to free tiade, it is
raid, captured their votes, which
dijubtlene elected him. Mr. Baker
enntoted tlie district some years ago
with Mr. Morrison and was elected.
Dks Moineh, Ia , November 3 Re
turns received up to this time by the
State Register show a Republican ma
jority on the State ticket of 11,0110,
and probably 12,000. The returns aleo
show the eh ction of Republican Con
gressmen in eight tf the eleven dis
trict, and give Hayes, Dem., 1200 ma
j rity in the Second D strict, and
Weaver, Fui., in the Pixth 300, and
Andercon, Km., in tbe Eighth 350
majority, Tbe Democrats concede
the Slate by 10,000 and claim four
Congressmen, not conceding Hal's
defeat in tbe First District.
Later returns indicate thit tbi Re
publican majority on the Stale ticket
will reach 10,C00, and probably go
higher. Tbe Republicans have
elected eight ConitreeBmea, a gain of
one. These are Gear In the First,
Henderson In the Third, Filler in
the Fourth, Kerr in the Fifth, Conger
In the Seventh, Lyman in the Ninth,
Holmes In the Tenth and Strobelle in
the Eleventh. The Democrats olect
Haves in the Second by probably 1500
mj nity, Weaver in tbe Sixth by 400
majority, and Anderson in the Eighth
hy upwards of lOt'O majority. Gear's
major.ty in the First Diatrlct is at
Inant 6(H), Fuller's In the Fourth is
1200, Conger's in the Seventh is 000
or 1000, Lyman's In the Ninth is prob
ably 400,and Henderson's in the Third
Is 2000. The othor Republicans have
the usual majority.
Cincinnati, O., November 3. The
start ing frtct ol the drfuat of Speaker
John G. Carlisle was foreshadowed in
the returns received lait night. From
the returns received today Speaker
Carlisle himself this alternonn con'
cedes his di'lcat. His successful com
petitor ia Goorg II. Thoelie, a native
Kentuckian, thouiih ol foreign parent
age. He Is an artist in wood carving,
and has been employed in Mitchell A
Ramme sberg a furniture manufactory
in th'scitv. He is duecriaedas an
aaitUir fit to he a leader among work
logmen. There was so little ganeial
knowledge of the extent of hit popu
larity that no one dreamed of tils
his election. It was said, however, by
tbe Covmiiton (.vmmonietaltn a lew
days bt f ire the election thatTboebe
had a strong fol'owing among the
wrrklnenipn. brtfod largely noon tbe
objection to the free trade leaning of
Speaker Carlisle, and it wes intimated
that some thicg of a surprise was in
store. Other papers indicate that
Mr. Carlisle suffered seriously from
Democratic ditaUVction growing cut
cf bis course in relation lo govern
ment appointments in his district.
Oovinoton. Kv.. Novenibor 3. The
Oummoniveahh (Dem.) says this alter
noon : "(Speaker uariisie is defeated by
by 250 majority."
chairman of the Republican State Cen
iui ifti, xjta., 4iuTriuuri o, aw.
tral Committee says: btfe estimates,
breed on par.ial returns and other
sources, from nine connt'e, give Mar
tin, lor Governor, oirit) plurality
Sbonld the balance of the State vote
in the same ratio, Martin will have
above 35,000 plurality. It 'turns from
the tilt h Congressional 1) strict mat
cats a large plurality for John A. An
derson. In the Second District Fun
slon is re elected, but with decreased
maionty. In all ottier tobgreesionai
Districts the Ronublirnns are elected
by the) usual majorities. There will
be a Democratic increase in tbe mem
hers of the legislature. In 1804 there
were fourteen Democrats on joint bat
Thibodkcv, La, November 2. The
Third I). strict Democratic Committee
claim Gay a election by 1500 major
St. Locw, Mo , November 3. The
returns from yesterday's e'ertion are
si ill incomplete, but enough hm been
received to ehow that the entire
Democratic Stats ticket has bsen
elected. In this citv its majority is
about 3000, Tbe clllcers elected are
Ino d'irs Bace, Judge of the Sa
p ome Court j Wm. K Coleman, Su
perintendent of I'ublic Schools and
J.hu K. Hreathiit, Railroad Commis
sioner. A constitutional amendment,
having for its object the levying of a
epecial tax of 15 mills on the dollar
for road and slroet impr ivement, has
a maj jrity of about 5,0C0 against it
in the city. The Deinociets captured
rcurly every oflicfl in tl o city, tbe
culy di aided Republican ni'jonty be
ing that of Wm. A. Hoblip, lamlidate
fur Recorder ot Deed?. 1IU majority
over tho Democratic nominee is about
000. The con' ait lor Sheriff between
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY,
Mason, Rep , and Harr ngton, Dam., is
very close and tbe tflicial vote will p c
bably be necee sary to decide definitely
who was elected. Unrevfsd returns
give tbe Repnhlirap candidate a major
ity of twtnty five. . Toe Eighth. Ninth
and Terfth Congrensional District
in ths city elect Representatives. In
the Ninth Glover, Dem , ws re-electvd
over Frank, Rep., by a maHrity nf 114.
In the Eighth district O'Neill, Dem.,
received 7017 votes, and Camming',
Rep., 6608, a majar.fy for the former
of 1300. In the city wards cf the
Tenth district there was a clese three
cornered fight between Cisrdy, Dem.,
Ledergerber, Rf p., end Ritchfurd,
Labor. The retorts from on sine of
the cty are very incomn ete, but indi
cate that Clardy is re-elected by a re
duced majority. Tbe labor vote in
this district was very large.
Kansas City, Mo., Novembor 3.
At 2 o'clock p.m. Warner's re-election
to Congress is generally conceded.
St. Loris, Mo., November 3.
O'Neill, Dem., haa been elected to
Congress from the Eighteenth Dis
trict. His majority ia about 1200.
Boston, Mass., November 3 Tho
Congressmen elected, with their plu
ralities as nearly as can be eetimatud,
are as follows: First Dis'rict Dav'e,
Ren., 3182; Second Long, Rap , 1H02;
Third-Moree, Dem., 1811; Fourth
Collies, Dem., 7274; Fifth Hayden,
Rep, 3457; Sixth Lodge, Rep, 703;
Saventh Coggswel), Rep, 1320;
Eighth Allen, Rep., U; Ninth
Burnett, Dem., 128; Tenth Russell,
Dem., 008; Eleventh Whiting, Rep,
3722; Twelfth Rockwell, Rep ,0t0.
Detroit, Mich., Novemb3r 3. Tho
Oortgreeaman are as follows: First
District Chapman, Fus. ; Second
A lien, Rp. ; Third - O'Donnoll, Pep. ;
Fourth Burrows, Rep.; Fifth Ford,
Ftia., Sixth Brewer, Rep.; Seventh
Whiting, rus. ; Ivghth Tanney,
Fus.; Ninth Cutcheon, Rep.; Tenth
Fisher, Fus. ; Eleventh Moflat,
Rep. This Is a Republican gain of two.
Milt YL AND.
Baltimobk, Md November 3. Fall
retui-ni from the Slate do net Changs
the result as announced last night.
Five Democratic and one Republican
Congressmen went elected, as follows:
First D.etuct, Charles 11. Uitmon,
Dam.; Second District. Frank 8 Shaw,
Dem. ; Third District, liarry W. lluek,
Dem.; Fourth District, I. Riyner,
Dem.; ruth District, liirnes Com---
ton, Dem.; Eixth District, Loirs E.
St. Paul, Minn , November 3. A
special ftom Winoua, Minn., says Wil
son, Dem., is elected in the Firit Dis
trict by 2400 majority. Tbe Republi
cans roncede the claim.
Later. The entire Ro pub lean State
ticket has been e'ected in Minnesota
bv . 10,000 to 13,000 majority. A. B.
McGill. for Governor, s running be
hind the rest of the ticket somewhat.
E. Rice, for Lieutenant Governor,
will have about 25.000 majority. In
the First Congressional District, Judge
Wm. Wilson, Dem , la ceriainly elected
by about 1200 majority, over John A.
Lovei, it?pubiican. me oistuct nas
heretofore been Republican. Judge
Wilson succeeds Milo White. In the
Second District John Lind, Rep., is
elected by 80U0 majority over A. U.
Bullis, the candidate ot tne Demo
crat) end Farmers' Al iance. In the
Third District Judge J. L. McDonald,
Dem., has benttn B. B. Horbert, Rep.,
by 500 majority, and Bticceeds Muj.
Horace B. Strait,Rep. In the Fourth,
while important re urns are still ont,
itai einn pret'y certain that Maj. Ed
mund Rico, Dem., hnn duleated X. B.
Giltlllan, Rep. candidate for re-elec
tion, by nbout 100U majorliy. in ttie
Filth Knu'o Ne'sin, Rep., no opposi
tion, is elected, getting 20. 0 voles. Oa
joint ballot the lt-publicans will
probably bavea Bute working majority
in the State Legislature, though it is
possible the Farmers' Alliance may
hold the balance of power. Tho al
liance vote bos been one of the nio;t
serious influence affecting the Re
publican vote. The vote for the pro
hibit on Stato ticket was larger than
ever before polled in this State.
Ilm.KNA, Mont., November ".
Toole, Dem., Iibb beeu re-elected to
Congress by about 1 100 majority.
Albany, N. Y., November 3 The
Journal siyt that the Assembly stands
Keiuu icaus, 77; Democrats, 61. it
states that 20 R'publicin Congress
men are elected and 11 Democrats.
Pi.ATTsmtBO, N. Y November 3
John II. Mollltt, Rep., carries the
Twenty-first Congreitional District
about 0000 majority.
Aihamv, N, Y., November 3. The
Albai y Journal ealimates Ickham's
plurality at 8081.
Niw Y'ork, November 3. Returns
from all the counties in this Stale give
Rufus W, Feckham, for Associate
Judge oi the Court of Appeals,
plurality of 10,252. Theae figures are
subject to revision, but it is improba
ble that the official vote will materially
change the result indicated.
TaiNTON, N. J., November 3. The
legislature stands as fallows: Senate
Republicans, 11 ; Democrat'. 10. As
eerubly Republicans, 27; Democrats,
33. Democratic maj n ity on j oint bal
Carx May "count v elves for Gover
nor: Uowey, Rep., 9 plurality ; Hiree,
Rep., lor Congress, 88 plurality; Hit
dmth. Dem.. lor aesemblv. (id nlnral
itv: Burlington county. Mount llollv.
gives Honey, Rep., and Buchanan for
Congress, an average majority of 100
Scott, Dem,, and Hut(hinson, Rep.,
are elected to me Assembly.
Omaha, Nib., November 3. The
latest returns tndav show that John
A. McShane, Democratic candidate
for Congress in the First District, is
elected by over 3600 majority over
Coshocton, O., Novetnbr 3 Cosh
octon county complete gives the Dem
ccratio ticket about 700 plurality, or
the same as lat year. Nearly 200
Prohibition votes were polled. Bur-
rell, Vera., for Auditor, has lo-s than
! 60 plurality.
TOLBTia, v., iNovemuor b. The nu
otlicial vote in the Sixth district gives
Boo'.hma', F.cp., 1342 ruajori'y over
mil. in s is a gain.
Cincinnati, O., November 3. Ac
ceding tithe lateet returns received
here there ire only two Congressional
difltric s in this S a'.o whicti may be
('assed as dotriltui. ihese are the
Seventh and Fifteenth. In the Sev
enth CAmpboll, the Domccra'.io nomi
nee, has an nne fTlclal m jority of 81.
In the Fifteenth Monroe county baa
not been heard from. The majority
of Groavenor, tbe Republican candi
didate, outside of Monroe connty is
3065. If Monroe coun y should give
Warner a majority exceeding this he
wculd be elected, but it is rot likely
that the Democratic mf jority in this
county will go above 5000. Booth
man, Ren., in tbe Sixth D. strict, baa
an unofficial majority over Hill of
The following ia a list of the success
ful candidates, giving Campbell tbe
Seventh diatrict and Gro-v-'nor the
Fifteenth: Republicans First, But
lerwrth; Second, Brown; Third, Wil
liams; Six'h, Boothman ; Eighth, Ken
nedy; Ninth, CooperjTenth, Romeis;
Eleventh, Thorrpson; Twelfth, Pui
Btrif; Fourteenth, wickham; Fif
teenth, Groevenor; Seventeenth, J. D.
Taylor; E ghteenth, McKinley ; Nine
teenth, Ex -a B. Taylor; Twentieth,
Croupe. Democrats Fourth, Yr.der;
Fifth, Sney; Seventh, Campbell;
Thirteenth, Outhwaite: Sixteenth,
Wilkins; Twenty-first, Foran. Ken
nedy's nnnflicial majoiity is 1330,.
Pngetrif's 1430, and Crouee'a about
The Ohio delegation in the present
Congrees Includes 11 Democrats and
10 Kemiblicans. while the above show
ing gives 15 Rjpublicar b r.l 0 Demo
crats. The making e.f estimates on the
Stats has practically re-' Bed. Both
Lea dquaiters of the Slnt-i committees
at Colun bus have closed, and tbe
chairmen a e out of the city. They
era receiving no news and ere making
no (st mates on tbe Mute ticket. A
c'.cgfl estimate of the Republican ma-
joniy places it at between io,uuuana
17,010, although official returna may
go below 15,(00 or above 17,000.
Philadelphia, Pa.. November 3.
With tbe cnumties nf Elk, Fulton,
Miillin and Union still to hear from
the State gives Beaver. Rep., for Gov
ernor 40,840 plurality. The full R?-
pubhean biats ticket n elected by
about the sime fijnrep. The Legisla
ture will be overwhelmingly Republi
can in both branches, and they will
have close npon 100 maionty on joint
Pittbbubq, Pa , November 3. Re
turns from nearly every district in
Allegheny county give Beaver, Rep.,
for Governor, 6500 plurality. The en
tire Republican county ticket is
elected, with the exception of Judge.
In tbe Twenty-recond Congressional
District John Da'zeil, Rep., has 3500
plurality. 1 Comas M. Hayes is re
elected ia the Twentr-ttiird District
by about 7000 majority. Tbe Prohi
bition vote win reach nearly 3UUU, an
increase of 303 per cept. over last year.
Wayne iiuF.o, Pa.. November 3.
Greene county for Congre p, Don
nelly, Dera., 2333; McCulloogb, Rep.,
2050; RaQerty, Dem., 1050.
Pbovidsnci'. R. I., November 3.
The Congressional election in Rhode
Island yesterday resulted in the re
election of Col. II. J. Spooner, Rep.,
in the First or Esetern District.
Richmond. Va . November 3. The
Virginia Congressional delegation
stands as follows: First District
Brown, Rep.; Second Bowder, Rep.;
Ihlrd Wise. Dem.: fourth Uaine?.
Rep.; Fifth Brown, Ri-p. ; Sixth
Uopkin", K., of L.; beventh J i;er
rall, Dem.; Eighth Le, Dem.;
Ninth bower, Kep; leuth lost,
The Demociats Icse five represenla-
tive?. The news from the First Die
Irict is rather meager md although
by tbe returns now in tha Republican
candidate is elected there in a possi
bility that the Democrats may wm.
Milwaukee, Wis, Novembor 3.
Returns from the State continue to
come in slowly. As yet nothing has
been received to obango estimates
made last night. Gov. Rusk's plural
ity will be fiom 20,000 to 25,000. The
complexion of Wisconsin's Congres
sional delegation will remain un
changed, tho reirement of a Repub
lican frrm the Jbouith District being
offset by tbe election of Rchard
Gnenther, Rep, in the Second Dis
trict againet Arthur K. Dolaney, Dom.
The State Legislature is Republican
without a doubt, It is cs'imuted that
the Republicans will have a majority
of from 20 to 25 on joint ballot. In
Milwaukee county the labor ticket,
made a clean sweep, electing tbe t
tire county ticket and a member )
Maui on, Wis, Novemb.r 3,
Woodward. Dem., for Governor, ci
tied this city by 437 anjority. Prat I,
Dem., carried it by 40 two years aga.
This ia a gin of 30 for Rusk in tbe
city of Madison. Cantwell, the Vilas
candidate for tne Asiemoiy, carried
tbe day after a hot contest by about
200 majority. Two years ago Vilas
carried the city by 1200 majority. The
result vesterday is legauWd as a vir
tual defeat of the Dsmocrats in their
own stronghold. The indications are
that the Kepub leans will carry the
county for the county ticket, which
went 380 Democratic two years ago.
There is also a prospect that Rusk will
earry the connty by from 300 to 500
majority, a gain of from 150 to 300 for
him. R sports from various par's ot
this Congressional district indicate
the election of Lafolletto, Rp., by
2000 msiority. Oat of five Assembly
men in Dane county the Republicans
will doub'.les! get tnree, and tbe rep
resentation will be the aame as two
Whirling W. Va., November 3.
Goff's majority in Ohio county is 80.
His majority in tt.e dietr ct will prob
ably be from 800 t J 1000. The mem
bers elected lo tbe Leg s'.atura from
Ohio county ere Whitakor, Rep.;
Woads, Garden and Gleaeon, Dm.
The vote is very clcsa in the Socor.d
and 'Jhird Congressional Dlstiicte,
with a small chance for Fiick and
Brown. Ren. Hogg, Dem.. is e'ected
in tbe Fourth District. The Demo
cratic Legislative losses will materially
reduce the Democratic majority on
joint b.llot. -
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plalnU. The 1'hosphate of Lime pcaseasea a
most marvelous hcalina power, as combined
with the pure Cod-Liver Oil (7 lr. Wilhor.
It is prescribed by the medical faculty, sold
by A. U. WiLBua, ChinlsiDoston, an j
NOVEMBER 4, 1886.
' : t-Iod, trum which thouaV
'iiil.tren in hen t, trnnvn
W iilcll, UfliVtW 4ffljlJt -
, . '.I b ! jrouriK. piuatittd
' .1 tKMorjtim, iitlvru
; i ktiti 1.1'mkJ inoarly umua
J '( r w'h KtiI. Hy wliaWfvsj
M by Iho y.muit. nvtiimr trvntcann. lor'
iui.cur oft timit ins cjitunetictHi Uh) twir
ly. tJuttrr wltiejh prcxlucu it au-u too
wm atnmn io nxjuirw mcatum. Tin
aiwaso whu known nil imioitimi ;
auil t uruvttr it exwta uruitt ears
ultouid lm Uko to (rf)Uun pln
i ty of frutfji air ami cIhm, whole
I Kima (xxl, auii attnntioa aivuu
9 tj. thn Au,t Hawhm n,uKn.
t at rial, ftrvjniraj. or irttter murdtr-
Ht'm. dfffm wu. aumttral nowtmt tut medi-
increana tlie da tiger; they
rf3Tbn effeK't of thoao uoiiuma
l JPZ Uxn the fiyHtem ot the Tio-
fi. tim of Scrofula in frequent
V lj o terrihle aa to plao
affect trie gun'
eral heal in.
la almoMt fined
mm aim oat beyond rulif
Ium to doHcribe
by proper troatmont. A
pallor of tlie iikin
wora in regard to tne in
uiranons oi iiiuaom-
pallor oi tlie Akin Otr u ipven early enouKQ
kaftorHindimtioa . (or tha ttMiiMiir. in
via uineam, w Arnniar
ofHcrofula. Krop- fTl reoeke a thorough
tloiia may appear. JS& oourM of treatmunt
tut their airw-neaii rjw lo early youth, for
no eriritin of tbe r Is ranlydotboHymn.
abaenoeof thedwyaee. toiiia of KonifuU
The wwt'llinsr of tbe 11 ret atiuoar later
tjlandi of tbe tbr.at fi& than Io y.r of
ids of the throat -34 than Io yara of
behind theearnand A nnm rn
UTider tho chin alwoyi rfta be secured b-itilica!tht-iiibea-e.
En- fre tho suffer-
largni joints rpstilt from w shall have
tt. TubiToli's form in the ggl beoome an
lungs and produce Cou- fff object of dia.
MHi iiT-niiiu umoainairu , - jtr ngO. A CllfO CrU)
gust, and af.
of tbu dihoaiMt, to be stio
C4mful. slioiild be by the use
of such a nromtft act) n at and
A cy, or be
powerful blood utirif) iuy med
icine as Brown's Iron ItitU-ni.
This tn(diuinn. rnsultinsr trom
i jiisr and Dtatieiit renoaruh and
fitM)rimmt. Isoomooaod of the
bwtt and most at-tlve tearotable
altor:itivm. so killfullv Odmbinod
with a KieciA nnoaration of Iron
tlint while purifiog the blood It
stronathens thn sUiroAch and tona '
tin the whole system. Hot hat while
. . mi ru nt i i, u hl.lu
is being acoomplinhod. the patient is
nlso IxMiig atreugl hened aimgiren new
life and ouenrv. Brown's Iron Bitters
mmiiVHM tha acmimnlation from thn
tho enlariFHd ioints nMiimetbcir natural
sire and ahenlthr condition. Kemomber.
and whn romovml br Brown's Iron Bittors.
it is sure that tbe disonse Is cured. You
should oat numlarly good wholesome food.
Iron Bitters as a preveutlve ol its return.
Ask any of yonr neighbors what (a th
utmi uMKiupnriuur vnuy auow, ana iney
will tU you Brown's Iron Uittnrs.rrora
evory section of the country come
lttrs of endoruoment of tNinfiUua
i ble remedy in disfutBcs of the blood,
j etitnach, liyer and kidneys, with all
their attendant evils of Dytipi'ptua,
IiidiffBfilioM. (ionHt inutiim. liiuid
V aclio, Bilionsnesn. Ixihr of Anne-
"gA tite, DizzineKs, Wakefulness, Ner.
Wl vousnosH, HheumatiKm and Neu-
wlsie. From weak, watery, im
. rav itnri hlrwwl i riKvatli.twrl limn.
ralgia. t rom weak, watery, im-
ff Ml ay; from a disordered rtiniBcn,
. yum aowu in ut'uu-w;u Jn
ay: from a disordered rtiniB
A Canker and ofteneive breath:
iroiu weak kidneys, Iiiilnmma
lion oi tne uinaaor, uiunetea
and j ravel; from an inac
tiro, slucgiwh lirnr, Ilrowsi
. si nose, liiiBiitude. Bronu'e
lrou Bttttrs euros all
those, for it tots di
rectly upon the seat of
'all these ditieuses the
source of nil diftcases.the
i; g. V
V. flr t tt
QOO it I Oil
ttlrwtri Nniillier tnn(1i
cine is known wherein
, i combined Iron in a
form that tonna and
si rengr utnn, uui uwm
v not ctinstipate. la
It row n Ii-on Rit-
thn body to"healthy
. ikn .... .j
ten has this com
action, and supdIios
lifn Hiid viirnr ti the
wasted tissue of tbe V
5niwiug child, Jsun-
ice. m. reatiltof Bilious
ll res txwn maae.
and with such
skill and knowl
edge thnt Con
ingthat acconiwtmes it be
repint'oa oy sn activo vital
ity. Brown's Iron Bitters in
a Hiteciho cure for nlalarisJ
Foyers of all kinds. Drop the
use of quinine; it will do mere
hurm than uood. It will nro-
fffa will not
b V . injure
ilnoe Constipation. Ilcadiuhe,
rinuing in t hu oarH.find frequnnt-
lv Rbuumatinin and Nournltria.
Ifrown's inn U it tern win cure an
Mnlsri.il Vevernand A gnu, Hivsinp
I'Hver. tind will ttlhocuro the trou
bles produced by tho use of (juliiiue
Beware of Imitations.
(Idiiillio Trl--!rtark tuj
crosnl rpl Hues on
BROWN CHEMICAL CO.
yCSI2 MA I, IS.
Plantation of A. La & Co. on Island 34
for divlfion o' an eaUte. It conUins aboal
26U0 acraa nf rich bottom lurid ; abont 32(
acres in cultivation; several hundred aorei
above any overflow. Can be made ont
of the fineat etock tarnn, oompletely sur
rounded bj water, which prevents the et
enpe of atock. Alao, about 160 Uead ol Cattle,
which are in fine condition, includina aove
rnl bhort-horn Durham Hulls, Cows and
A. IjKA A CO . Fulten, Tann.,
or W. A. CIAUK 4 CO.,
No. 3110 Front atrret. Memahia. Tewn.
1 Cure Disease of
horses. Cattle, Sheep
DOGS, HOGS, FOULTEY,
In no for over 20 years by Farmers,
Stockbreeders, Horso B. It., io.
Used by U. S. Covornment.
ti- STABLE CHART
u,,nioH nn Roller & Book Hailed Fraa.
Uumphreys'AIrd. Co-. 0 Fulton Bt.. S.T.'
SPECIFIC No. a O
I a um M yniirs. Tho only nccesrii remedy ior
Nervous Debility, Vital WeakiW
snu rpwinimii. ,w --
l pvrvisl. or 6 tI1 and lrno vlnl pouil.tr, to
Sold BV l)nlinoli.TS, or.i-iu piwipaul 0.1 recw
priue. Ilikr.' IIMIIrlM I., Il ""
W. N. HALDJEMAW.
President of the Ureat LOUISVILLE COU
U1KH-J0URNAL CO.. tells woat
he knows of
Wintersmith's Chill Cure.
Orricaor thi Copaiaa-JonaKAL.
Dr. YtinttrtmitK Sir: I waive a rule I hava
, rYnrsmra str: 1 waive a ruie 1 pv
ved for many years, the value of your
dy prompting me to say. In reply to
requeat, what I know of your Chill
Cure. The private aaauranoea of ita efficacy
I had, and the good results of ita effects I
had observed on Mr. K. W. Meredith, who,
for more than fifteen yeara, had been lore
man nf mw nSFln. InHllCftd me to test It in
y family. The results have been entirely
aatiafaetory. The first oase was of two
years' standing, In which 1 believe every
known remedy nan neen triea wita i.iuyu
rary reliel the chills returning periodically
. n .1 mill. annml.vl. lner.n..d Severity.
Yonr oure broke them at once, and there has
been no recurrence of them for more than
six months. Tho othor ease waa ol a milder
form, and yielded more readily to other
remedies; bnt the chills would return at in
tervals until your medioine was used, since
which time, now several months, they hava
entirely disappeared. From the opportn
nit. I a... had tolmlfl-e. I do not hesitate to
t z )M tribe' '.iithatyoor Chill Cure is a
tl - ..... 4. ..J ..frnrl .11 oa
3 litJJi CO., -Agents, Louis-
.3 Pat. Store
Ml r.I,VIS IsadinatnMe to meet any need
or buainess. It ia eheapor than old style. Can
be put up by any one. i;uqll for
1' iutry auu Hunk Mirlvra. Addreea
, KO( II A. it. o HrrHn
841 ST.. ri.OHI A, 11.1... or,
(ainitnnne tlii-ftwir.4,n.,m. Louis. Mo
1 nib rAr Cn v NoMi--r a.
taansa-a aaiMT-w- ISInif AfT1!!)' Ill .HKWU
1 . Il
m , the cause
tk IM ill
A a m imiurj-
town hy a Bickly, Ji
H."1.,l!B5"T"1.? '0,tSld i,
",-?"J,r'! no Allot
a. inu i uu v ureu itwi. uv . .
FLOYD & CO.
(SUCCESSORS TO C. S. EBICH),
Dinner, Toilet and Chamber Sets.in Great Variety.
BAR GOODS A SPECIALTY.
-Afc-entaror the celebrated 6BEIHWOOD TITRIFIEO CHIHA, pecUalv
lsileNl for H.lela. Rewtamrwnt- nnrl Nt..mbnMt..-
A i.r- A 'J Ca.
tllFOLEON HILL, Fresldeat.
tt K.i- "
11. 4, hiaSf .vasuar
BOEfl A dKUERAL FIRE
A QUARTER OF A MILLION-DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
H. rrKITKNHTIV. WM. I. COU".
0. MAJNBJriatiis, is. .
OHlee19 SfatllaAn Street. Memphiju Teiiii
oods & Swoope.
Buggies, Wagons and Harness,
NANOE COTTON PRESS,
Steam Engines, Machinery of All Descriptions,
Wo, 332 KTfirViVD ST
W. ET. BROWI,
2GG Front Street, :
h. D. HULUNB, of lata J. R. Godwin it Co.
Cotton Factors &Commission fJerchants
No. 1 Ifowftril'n Row, COr.
Confections, Glaces, Ncugat
Cream Bon Eons, Fine French Handmade Creams and
Eon Eons, Chocolates, Ices and Nougatines.
Ton can find these goods " AT RETAIL," in any quantities, at
The Peters & Sawrio Co.'s Retail Establishment,
Ho. 4 Jt ilVrson Mroct,OppositeTlieir Factory.
Theae are the finest Confections that the
10 p arcuase.
WayTryOnr "TVew CreHin l.oiif" ttDellclowa.w-tra
Z. N. KSTIS.
23. ITIHs't CSo
(SUCCESSORS TO ESTES, DOAIf CO.)
VLolesale Grocers and Cotton Facloro
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union
E. WITZM AMMi Co.
Wholesale Dealers and Pnbludiers;
Sol. A.nti for tho followina Flrst-Ctasi Instruments:
STJ5INAY and KISTA.BE
MAWOS Kranich & Bach, Gabler, and Wheelock.
ORG ANSCIough & Warren, and Smith American.
-A NEW 7-OCTAVS PIANO FOR l0.-tia
Writ for Cataloeiifi,. Wo. 221 and 22.1 Second rXHret. TvTemnoiw.
XV. B. ItAlLORT.
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission Merchants,
372 & 374 Front St.. Cor. Oayoso, Memphis Tenn.
Lager Beer, Cider,
. . ... . , , .
v niarrai wmr or an navors,
i' L nr. Ai-rjjBfi lui.n. in
Xa. 203 Front Wlreet. ..
J. C NEELY.
BROOKS, 1BELY & CO.
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS,
And Commission Merchants,
Io. 3G7 Front Street, : Memphis, Tenn.
:0 oe on;; ware
JOHS E. HANDLE A COMrROPl-'S.
I A, 88 Second St. Memphis. TW .
manufacturers and dbalkrs in -
nglneH, UoilerM, MawuiillM,
Bradford Corn and Wheat M.U1
Cotton Press, Cotton GiitM,
ShafllnK, Pulleys, vr.
SPECIAL NOT ICB-We are prepared to (111 order.
on soon notiea, for the celebrated Mexlurt Patent
Hronhi.j... Pnlloy. We carry in atook over
Two Hundred Assorted cntea.
aurKend for Catalogue and Price-list.
W. If. W1LKEKSOI, Tlce-rrll-ta
& Glial Ins. C&
ARB UIU1 IIIIIIHI,
1 uEE siuavaup
W. V. JSaVi-MlUiLi.
: Memphis, Tenn.
JAB. YONQK, lata of J. W. Caldwell k 0
Front and Union, VflmnhiR.
Caramels, French Fruit Glaces,
Memphis Publlo have ever had the opportunity
W. B. DOAB.
Street, Memphis, Tesa.
W. I, CRAWFORD.
lords a dieiili,
and bottlers or
. ww ii.ifB.t i i nunr Al. I
ana , " " "1,1,-
Darraia auu i.....-. -
H. M. NEELY
CRAWFORD & GO.