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1" lko O>retl Cantass of New York Alsoost
Cpipleted and Clevolsawds Plua,i3y of
Ov.r Tw.ve Hunirod BonaIns U 5baken
W $aNGTON, November 11-9.80
M-At this hour reports from
ounty boards of thirty counties of
Tw- York State, north of the Harlem
or nr ke changes in the figures
n the New York " imesand
ths 8un, the not result of which is to
ditinish Blaine's nur.alities as given
in both papers. Taking the Times'
.able as published on Sunday as a
basia, the not loss to Blaine is 54. All
of the changes noted in these reports
are in counties which gave majorities
for Blaine. No changes have thus far
been made in the published majorities
for Cleveland. The following are the
counties embraced in the above state
Inent: Alleghany, Caruaga, Chautau
qua, Clinton, Essex, Livingston, Ful
ton and Hamilton (one county), ler
kimer, Lewis, Madison, Montgomery,
Oneidaga Orlans, Oswego, Otsego,
Pntnain, itenssalear, lockland, Sara
toga, Schenectady. Schoharle, Seneca,
Steuben, Tiago, Warren, Washington
Wayne, Westchester, Wyoming and
WASHINGTON, November 11-10.30
P. M.-lRoports from the additional
New York counties of Richmond,
Orange and Cattaraugus make no
change in the Times' list; but a cor
rection received from Lewis county, in
which a change of fifty-two in the
published plurality was previously
noted, makes the change only, two
votes; so that the changes in thirty
three counties show a net reduction of
Blaine's plurality as published in Sun
day's Times of tour voles.
WASHINGTON, November 12.-Offm
cial returns received to-day from Sut
folk, Genessee and JTefferson Counties,
New York show a gain of eight in
favor of Blaine. This makes a net
of four for Blaine over the estimate of
the New York Times of Sunday last.
NEW YORK, November 12.-Only
thirty-nine Counties have reported of
ficially up to 3 P. M. Of these nearly
all have made some slight changes from
their last previous figures. The great
est variation was in Jefferson County,
-where Blaine gains eight. Blaine's
total gains in thirty-nine Counties are
eleven votes and his total losses seven.
All of Cleveland's pluralities have Ie
mained unchanged. Blaine's net gain
so far in the canvass therefore has been
four votes. Accepting the figures of
the County Clerks for the rest of the
Counties of the State, this makes
Cleveland's plurality 1,276.
WASHINGTON, November 12-8.30 P.
M.-Forty-four Counties of New York
effect further slight changes in the
figures sent in the New York dispatch
dated 3 P. M., so that Cleveland's plur
ality remains at 1,280, being that given
in the table of returns to County Clerks
as published in the New York Times
of Sunday. The detailed figures are
nOt identical. with those of that table,
but the changes ef'eeted by the canvass
of the vote by the County Boards ex
The Counties yet to be heard from
re Albany, Broome, Chenango, Col
umnbia, Delaware Franklin, Greene,
Kings, Monroe, 4ewv York, Niagara,
Oneida, St. Lawrence, Schuyler an d
Sullivan. The chanigos in the detailed
.vote are ini nine Counties, all of which
gave p)luralities for Blainie.
AAIIANv, November 12--Before ad
Jouirning the Board seemed to have
agreedl upon0 the followinig figures on
the electoral ticket in this Countv:
Blaine 17,698, Cleveland 18,345, JBut fer
983, St John 312. Republicansa andl
Democrats both say that these will
will not be chlanged1. Th'le canvassers
did not certIfy to them, but passed to
the consideration of them County
ticket. The official reports wvill be
announcedi to-miorrow. Cleveland's
pilirality in this Count y on these figures
i s 647, being an increa'se of seveni over
the list heretofore given in the New
NF.w YORIK, Novemb er 1 2-The
Board of Con ty Can avassers resu med
its session to-dlay. T1he roomi was fill.
ed with politicians and1 lawyears re
presentinlg the Rep)ublican anid Donmo
cratic parties. Committees on p)ro
tested and correctedl returns were iap
poimted. The canvass of the( first as
sembly (district was begun. It wams
found, after proceeding a short war'
dowvn the distrjct, that the D)emocratic
electoral vote was inot p)roperly filled.
in anid there were clerical dis'crepan-I
cies or om1issionis. Oan motion, gtheI
whole district was r~e"aernd to the comf-<
mittee on corrected returns.1
.BU FFALO., Novembe:- 12.--The Su per
visors of Erie County met vesterday at
the County Clerk's okie an'd were eon- I
stituted a Board of Canvassers. Mis-I
takes were found in some of the wards
as to the p)roper way of wvriting ini the<
vote, but nothinlg wvas foumid thamt would
show fraud or chaniges in the vote.
The Board will be occupied for some
Ni:w YORtK, November 12.-The of
decial canvass of tiventy wards in Kings I
County shows a gainl of 39 voles for t
Cleveland and twvo for Blainme. Thelie
Board of Canvassers of New York
County examinled the returneu of the
first three assembly (districts to-day. I
Few difierences from the p)ress rep)orts
published on Wednesday inorning I
were discovered, but nuothinag wvas
found that will materIally affect Cleve. t
land's plurality as published. It is es.t
timated that Oswval d Ot.tendorfer', who N
has fewver votes than any other I'emno.
cra.tic elector, may fall one0 hundIred
NEw YORK, November. 13-3-All I
but twvelve of the countiles of the State I
have reported the result of their~ official1
eanvass. Those outsidle of Noew York
show Blamen galins aggregating twelve I
votes, Blame losses aggregating foulr-(
teen and( Cleveland gallis of sevn--a t
Dot gain for Cleveland of inei votes.1
This does not include New York and
NEw YORK, November 13.-The to
tal vote in Brooklyn for President as<
officially announced to-day was as fol- I
lows: Clevoland 69,274 Jtline 63,612;
p.leveand's plurality 15,762, being a
gill.of six votes to Oleveland over the
- ~ W.~ RQTON, November -18-The
, llcanvas, is vet wsnting of the
York counties of Frmanklin. Green,1
to,New York fnmd Niagara.
gfren n New
EglaRVsty as a basis,
Ihe election in this 8ttte for se )
days past. The official count is tot
yet entirely complete, and widle small
corrections are probable# varying
Mlightly the wumber of votWs ett for
each Presidential catndidttte, there is no
probability "-in faot, no possibility
that the general result should be othel
than has already been announced. Mr.
Cleveland's plurality stands now as it
has stood for a week past, at more
than 1,250, and there it will stand sub.
stantially at the end. There is no par
ty of intelligent men in this State who
now questions the accuracy of thesc
figures. CHARLES A. DANA.
NEW YORK, November 14.- All the
Counties of the State have sent in theli
official reports excepting New York
Erie and Monroe. It there is no changi
in the pluralities of these three Coun
ties from what was reported by thei
County Clerks just beforo the canvas
of their returns began Cleveland'
plurality in the State will be 1,268
The fifty-seven Counties v.'-ch havc
reported show gains for Cleveland o1
27, losses for Cleveland of 40, gaiml
for Blaine of 13 and losses for Blaim
of 14. The casvass in Now Yori
County for the six districts already re
p-)rted is as follows: Cleveland's gaini
12, Cleveland's losses 160, Blaine'
gains 79, Blaine's losses 61-a net gait
for Blaino of 166.
WAsnINGTON, November 15.-Th
National Republican prints the fol
lowing in its New York money article
"Elkins telegraphed his friends las
night that he conceded New Yoel
State to Cleveland by about 1,200 plu
NEW YORK, November 15-2 1'. M
-The Board of Supervisors met in the
aldermanic chamber at 10 o'clock this
morning and resumed the work of
canvassitg the vote of New YorL
county. The Fifteenth Assembly Dis.
trict was completed without any mate
rial change from the original count.
In one of the election districts of the
Sixteenth Assembly District a slight
error was discovered and the vote of
the district was referred to the con
mittee on corrected returns. Other
wise there was no material change in
the Sixteenth District, which was com
plCted at 10.55 o'clock.
The Seventeenth Assembly District
was completed at 11.15 a. tm. The
count ' the first district of the ,.igh
teentlh Assembly District was objected
to on the ground that the total num
ber of votes as read was shown to be
198, whereas it was claitned that 226
votes were really cast in the district,
and that the lepublicanelectoral ticket
received 81 votes instead of 54, as re
corded. The vote of the first election
district was, therefore, referred to the
committee on corrected returns.
The canvass of the Eighteenth As.
sembly District was finished about
11.45 a. in. No other errors wert
found than the one in the first electioni
district. The Nineteenth Assembl}
Distaict was completed at 12.05 with
out inrident. It was resolved to re
quest the Committee on Corrected He
turns to give preference to the electo
ral ticket. The canvass of the return
for the Twentieth Assembly Distric
was completed at 12.20, without ob
jection being made. In the Twenty
first Assembly District no objectioin
nor changes were made. Five defec
tive ballots and four blanks wer<
foutd. Kelly, Leary and Ilunter o
the Democratic ticket each rece'ivec
one0 more and( Black, a D)emocrat ii
elector, one less thatn their associates
Ntxw Youxi, November 15.-Eve
ning.-The total figures in this State
according to the official canvQss, Neu~
York county alone being excluded
are as follows: Bilainte received 171,
906 votes, Cleveland 429,948 votes
Butler received 13,569 votes, St. Johrt
received 23,915 votes; lUlaine had
pluralities in 45 counties, wvhich aggre.
gated 68,450, amid Cleveland had p)1lu
ralities in 14 counties, which a!.erc
gate.d 26 501 ; Bllainte net plurality~ out
side of blew York countty was 41 ,958.
lIt NewV York countty the canivass was
at 6 p. mn. tnot comlpleted as to the
Seventh, Ninmth and Thtirteetth Assem-.
bly Distr'icts. Without reckoninhg anv
chatngo ini them, the oflicial cantivass ha's
given Blainte inits of 143 anid losses of
257. It has given Clevelanid gains of
336 andl losses ol' 513. iinue's total
net gain in 21 of thle 21 electiont (1is
tricts is thereforte 63 Siuppos ing the
other three districts to retmain uin
chantged, and subtracting the ntet gain
of iline in the cosanty from Cleve
land's plurality, the plurality for- C leve
land in New York State is 1',212.
WVAsnINGI'roN, November 15. - A
pecial (dispatchi fromt New York to the
Eveninut; Star- says: "It is a source of
nntch satisfaction to all concernied thlat
he electoral counit will certaintly be
:omplleted1 by Motnday, anid p)rob'ably
y to-ntight. Although no formal an
tonnteement has been made to that
,frect, it is utnderstood that.the purpose.
o advance atny charges of' fraud1 has
>een abandoned by Bliss atid his asso
~inte [counsel. This is coupled, how
ever, with the qutaliticationt that cotn
inlgencees may yet come in whlich it
v'ill be deemed expedienit to report
videlices of fraud. Tbci D)etnocratic
Jommittee this morning, atfter otice
nor'e going over their figures, sav that
he final r'esult wilhl not vary fifty' froma
lieu' sandinig estimate, and the abso
utte silence of' the Republican Comitnt
ee wheni applied to, Is accepted as
>roof that thev at least admit tihe cor
ectntess of the D)emocratic figures. A
ew Y ork State Senator, personial
r'ietnd of' Governor Cleveland, whlo
omnes fr-om Albany this morning, saya
hat Cleveland liad directedi his cler'ks
oldestr'oy, without showving to himit,
all letters makinig applications for of
The Board of Canvassers comnpleted
lhe canvass of 712 election districts of'
his city this evenitng. Thell first elec
loti district of the 18th Assemnbly
)istrict returned 64 votes to the Blaine
'lectors, wvhile it. was evidenit that Ithe
mmtber should have beetn 81. 'het
oimmittee oni Cor'rectiots will rectify
he error' and rceport in favor of' 8'1
!otes on Monday mnoring. With that
dded in, the official vote of the lowest
)eihocratlc elector in this city is 133,
L57, and for the highe~st Rtepublicani
lectsr 90,093, givinig the lowest Cleve
and e13etor a plurality of 430,640.
St. John Intevewed.
, iANsAs CITrY, Mo,, November 13.
a representativ of the Times visited
)lathe, Kanss, yesterdav and inter'
riewed ev-Governor8t. John nf oni the
olIttcal situation. The ex-Governior
teclared most emphatically that lie
had held nto relations whatever with
nypolitical party' In the campaign
Ller thatn the ProhIbi tiotn party; that
bhad mado the fight strictly upon
the twinciple which lhe represented,
ddstated hie itutentioni of taking the
old after a few weeks rest, and
00 joiv eorts :nbehalf of
's.futial 'oh bition,
THE VERGE 01 REVOLUTION.
NEW YORKSS CONDATION A FEW DAYS
A Vivid Description of Impending Dan
gers--The Conspirators who Brow the
Storm Iiasten to Dissipate it--A Swift
Change, in Consequence of Fear and
J[Jrorn the 1Pcto York lferatd of unday.]
This morning the IIefald's assunranc
to the people of this nation that "All's
(luiet along Manhattan Island" iwill
carry tiding of equal significance to
miklions of people interested to know
the outcome in the Mnetropolis of the
But it hasn't beeti so lo,g.
WIIAT WAS NOT TOiL).
The Iier'ald is a t'wspaper, but it
did not on Tuesday tell all:it knew.
The hlcrald goes not alone to men
upon' the street but to women and
children in their homes. Its stories
arc read not alone by lawyers and
bankers aid tinkers and tailoes, but
by ladies in their houdiers and by
others in their stores and shops, by
passengers in the ra1lway tratins an1d
by waiters in the depots. 1111d it tolk
what it knew It would have said: We
arc on the eve of a revolution; the of
ficial breast, is disturbed; anticipations
of sometiing more than idle balk and
gossip and bluster on the streets have
caused our officials to lay in amuuni
tion, to call out Ile police and put
every man on duty, either on the
street* or in stationlionse reserve!
Such ideas once started soon be pre
nant, and in their train come other
ideas, multitudiously processional and
dangerous to a degree.
11nd the truth been told, not alone
the thousand roughs from Philadelphia
and their well termed "frieids" from
other cities, not alone the gainbling
fraternity from Boston and the bullies,
who, strange to say, make their nests
along the rock botod shores of the
Iludson, but the riflrafl' from Jerser
City and Brooklyn, the rtflhinns froit
Staten Island--absolutelv a:td literally
the hordes of men who live by their
baser wits, would have coie tumbling
pell-mell into the peaceable streets of
New York, where, minglin(r with the
crowds already excited amu gathered
in significant places, they would have
added fuel to the pyre and furnished
the blazing torch besides. That would
have meant sonethintr besides ''liur
rah, boys!" The cries would not have
been "lRegards to Mrs. Fisher !" or
"Blaine ! Blaine I the thief from Maine 1
But, "Where is the house of this rich
man!" Where is the bank!" \Vhere
is the well stored magazine 1 Where
is the warehouse filled with plunderl
The torch and axe and "jimny" would
have ;takent the place of the wavin"
hats and shaking canes.
Could this story have been told?
But it was true, all the same.
It was, indeed. And nobody knew
it better than the Goveruor of the
SState, and the mayor of" the city, and
thle hoard of police, and( the 1Jlnited
States miarshtal, andt the chief supervis
or of Ceectionls, and( the meni whlosc
hiands are uipon thle helmii of a thai re
dlecidinig whiich way the craft shiold
steer toward an1 honest dletermtinlation:
(of thle votes of thie peonle, or a dis
hoitest twist of what wot' ld thlen be ai
farce-our popula)1 r electin.
The wisdomu of' the 1Iera/l's course
is universally conceded. Enioughi was
tolid to showv to thle people who con
trol flhose thiings-for stranigo as it
may' sem these thtings are' cointrolled
th,at thte dainger they were thriealtiiigly
wielding over thle metropolis waus full~v
understood anid absolutely appreciated.
Nay, more, t hat hadtu it comle (lie r'e
sponlsiili hty wvould have been Ilaid at
lhe teet and1( phruteed upon0 the headlts of'
hose wh'lo had( it inl their power' to doln
trot it in the first intstanice.
Thtat they had it ini t heir power to
control it was from theC ontset proved1
-Irst, by (lie chainged tone of certaini
bulletins; second, by the extraordina1
ry agility with w vhich the mnajorlilies
were sprung~ from thie columnna whlere
they ldi't belong to (lie places where
they ought to go; tlird, by that extra
ordinary telegram from Mr. .Jav
Gould to Governor' Grover Clevelai,
imp)udenitly congratuilat inig hiim that
the pleople of the State wivchel hadf once
bethre hionored1 him !niui again di(one
theCir part to swell thle patriotic tide
that floated him to the v'ery pinniacle of
Tbcl, majesty of (lie people was never
mnore thoroughly exp)loitedl than by thie
changed tonie of certain mionopolist
speculators and( stock jobbers and( t heir
or*ganls on Friday mlorinig. Yes;
eden fur ther back tha 1 F01 riday mtorin
inig. On Thulirsday niightt they began
to realize the tremendous prroots
of the p)opular indi(ignlat ion. It ranl
iiot in every Vein. It stirred thle in
most cockle of every citizen's heart ;
liepublicain and D)emocr'at alike, if
holiest, shlared this Indignation. No
one pretends that integrity, honor,
deceint sentimenit r'esides in the b)reasts
of Cleveland meni alonie. Suc assump
'lions wvould be inIsanle. (Good, tr'ue
men exist ini every' pariltV. Good men
votedl for' St. .John andt for IButler anud
for liane as well as for Cleveland.
Naturartlly enough every nman desired
lhe success of' the candidate whom01 lie
had suppo1)0rted. Naturally enough
they hopled even against hope, andl
thousands of them,. hung on to the tail
of a forlorn hope long after the animal
h,ad jumped the f'enco of dloubt. IBut
tIle conscienice of thte people wvas Airous
cd, and large numbers, not alone those
who favored the success of Clevelaind
andt I liindricks-thie vast majority
said: IIere, this thinig has gone far
enough!t No 1876 it ours ! Grovel
Clevelamd has heent elected. To bum
shall fthe certificate b)e lssuedl, and if
the thirty-six votes oif Newv York caps
(lie climax of thie towerinig column, so
that victory shall perch up Jon that
bannier, it (lie namine of all that is ,julst
amt( hoiiorable let that 1be the verdicjt,
antd let thte country raturin agalii to Its
niorml base of trade, Industry and
TUJRN OF TlIE TIDE.
Well, without making anid uninec
osmarily long story of It-for* (ealing
with general ities Is the bes!t conrse,
oven now-the cnd cas,e.
Did( physIcal Mcr hhve anhinig to
do withi it?
Physleal fear had a great deal to do
wIth It. Physical fear does not alwvays
mean the dread of a mashed heoad, a
broken nose, a black eye or -a avll
thrashed anatomy alone. Sometliies
it takes ijst eenisideration~ burning
house5; pillaged sto.-es bloodshed li
the sti-ects, terror in 1ldmes, broke
and disturbed relations in every spher
of life, the suppression of tlie legiti
inate ebb and flow of trade. All thos
of the herald readers who can go bac
to 1863 will quickly anid vividly recall
Yes Indeed, physical fear had muel
to do with it, and well it lnisrht, tot
therc is no doubt that the public intiu
had inade its conclusioni that in th
hand of Jay Gould lIy tle secret o
the w. ithheld returris, the botched, it
complete, unsatisitctory eonclusioins.'
and for a purpose.
That tnrpose, according to the pop
ular belief, was that le mniLht. have'
time in which to concoct stock jobbint":'
schemes fitvorable to himnself and o
necessity dtisastrotis to the cOt1iomm+'
weal. So long as he continued bi'
projects without iuterferin
withl tle masses of hi?'
fellow-citizens lhey were content to b ."
quiet. So long as he kept iin Wal
street, dickering here, dealiiing therc
batnboozhiig someiewhere else, the yec
ple thought, "Well, its the pot paiitit
the kettle black. Wly doesn't th
kettle take a turn at tlie pot." Bt
when climbling the pole still highe
and reachiig out as the moiikc
does for chestuuts, till his hand :i('
ally rested upon the great treasur <
the Americui people, with an how-,
vote, they rose in their uiight. and sai,
"I tore, this (ling hits rone trir enoulh !
No more I Stop it ! I)rop it, or we'll
stop ancl drop v"ou."
Aiid they tneint it, and lie and Mr.
Blaine, his partier, knew 1.1h:1t. they
ineant it. And hey knew thnt lie
knew that the ieant it when Gould
sent that tlispathl to Grover Cleve
A reign of terror was on tle verge
o' outbreak which muight have been
already checked, overpowered. Bit
it would have taken the conbin ed
force of the police, the United States
marshals and the militia, anid even
then the common sense ot the people
would have to come to the rescue.
St. Anthoiy Fire.
Mr. W. S. Jones, a well-to-do fiirmer
who lives fiu iniiiles fromi Elberton
Ga., is lirhihly esteemnel by all who
know him. Ile is 73 years old, atd is
a conservative mnal -ishy no means ani
onthnsiast on any iubject, vet he says
to a reporter: "'I am satisfied that' I
would not. be alive to-day had it not
been for Swift's Specific. About thir- I
tv years ago I broke out. wit Ih what the
doctor's called St. Anlthoii's Fire.
Under medical treatment I got tempo
rary relief', but soon the samie disease
or at very simtilar one broke out in a I
nore aggravated form. The doctors
gave it another name aid treated men
so that the eruption disappeared fori a
timne, but the effects of' thle mted1icineO
were worse than the disease itself' (tle
effect of potash and mercury mixtuires
is always bad,) when shortly after
ward i uch worse type of ilie same
disease broke out. I became satisfied
that the potash uixtures I had taken
had mercly driven the disease further
into my system and blood, nakina
almost a wreck of ie. I repeatedly t
changed medical advisers, all to nio
pu'pose. I continued to grow worse
and weaker. At regular in tervals, t his
dreadful skiii disease would break out
afresh, each itie in a tore itensilfedi
form. For a year I was bedriddena nd
had to give iup looking after my busim
ness entirely. About a yea~r ago 1I was
adlvised by1 ai frieiid to ta ke Sifti's
Spectic (S. S. S.) WithI the first bot
c ie my geiieiral health b egai to iDn
p)rove. The Swi ft's Specific dIrove ot
li.e pioisOned( blood wh lichi the p otashi
mix tt rcs had divnc I11 in m sysAtm.
I broke outt ii n pimiPles and'( biIotces~
wh leu the p)oison wits coim,ii'( Lit.
Theise, all soon1 passedl awar." 'The1
miedlicine at onice gave mie ne'w hope,
tny .spiriits :-ose, my g..eneratl hiealthI it
prioveCd in1 (every War. My diges.tioni
which had been so inijiredl by' the tuse
0t' the p)otash mixtLitres, iwas rapid(ir
imp)roved by Swift's Speciflie, aind fir
ie first timle ini veal's I calotvedl mv
food. Mi' appeti'te I ineasel, antd I
cotinuti to galin strienig th an daIIeshm
unlI I wveighi miore than i I have ini
foirty y'ears, and( feel as hleI an hlI ear'ty
ats I did whieni I wa's ai bor. T'Ile -
Sivift's Specific has beinefited nime in
eiver'y way, and1( I knmowv it has added( tI
sev'eral y'earis to myiV lfe. WieI iim
I3yasod, andl theiefore on 1)011ow
ditmie, I feel that IL new Career is I
befoi'e inc. No amnounmt of' tiev
couild puriichase from mne thle ventrs that
have been tadded to mtv life bi tis 4
vanluabhe medic'uiie. I hope you1' will a
pub)1li thIiis t hat others ; aind par'ticu- I
lar'ly old peoplfe, lney kinoiw of thle
vahtie of this remtiCtv.~ Dri. M. M.
Carr, druggist, and' Messi's. Swift'
Bros., imei'chantts, at Elberton, kinoiw
tile well and( are faiiiliar with iiy
sickniess, aind the woinderfutl i'elief 1
have had fr'om the use of' Sivif't's 2pe
cOur. Tr.eatise on Blood and1 Skin
D)iseases mailed free to applicants.
SW IFT'S SPECIFIC CO0., Driawcir
3, Atlanta, Ga., N. Y. otll'e, 159) W.
delphia office, 1205' Chiestinut St. *
T iKU nloF TAMMANY.
A Itold Assoratton of theo Loyn1ty - f' tihe o.
clety to Cleveiiand aund Il*ndnricks.
Nu.:w YORIK. Nov'embiei' 11.-At a
mneetimig of' the Tamnanyv Ha1ll coniiit-t
tee on organlizationi last night, lhe (dis-.
tri'ct leader's, al most iwithlout excepitioti,i
r'epiorted that thirm ticket was beaten I
by tradiing on Ithe pars of' the C2ounuty
Demcnocracy of' Clyclatnd for their lo-i':i
ticket. In 0one 0o' twvo inustane., oly
Tamnmany tmembers iwere r'epborted <)is
loyal, and( the leaders clainned thatiat
Taunaiiy was tiex t to umiversal in
hionest allegiance to the Nat ioinal ticket.<
TIhio figures quoted shiowed that wher'e i
Bllainec got muore votes thani the I)eino
cr'atic couinty tickets the County' D)eguo
ci'acy ticket i'aii ahiead. 'Registei'
hteilly' said that thle Blainie muen wer'e
wear'iing thie Couttty Demrocracy' ba,dge
ini his distr'ict. Iteilly also chargi'ed
that Maur iice hi. Fl in n, a pi'omineit I
Counity D emnocr'at, hiad given a y'ong
man namned Gormnan, ai bai'teiider', $l400
to decei't Tfam-.natt. O t hei' members)!i
made specifle chiar'es. Speeches were'
iiade by George II. Foster, itIcadite
C~ochrtan anid othier', in wh'Itich the
Coutity D)e::oci'cy was geinerally char'g
ed iwithi disloy'altyi to Cleveluid. lie
solutions wei'e adloptedl conmgrt'uulat inig
the peopl)e on the electioii 01' Cleveland
Failures for the Week. c
Ni:iw YouxK, November 14. -Th~e I
busiess failures throughout the co1un- 1
tt'y occurring in the last soycn days as
r'epor'ted to R1. G. D)un & Co., of' the 1
Mer'chantile Agency, tnumber' for' the 1
United States 211, atnd foi' Canada 25i, "
total 236. ThIs Is an imncrease of twven- B
ty as compared with last week. The
previous week's total wvas 567. Moireh
thani half' theo niilures of this week oe
enrr'ed In the Western atid Sutthierni
f good( color, ustainell t)v Stormis anid
ice fromn trash and dirt.
liet ins of the rato of vield of corn
uldicate ia product somewhere in ex.
ess ofeighteen hundred million bush
Is, or inl average rate of a snall frac
ion above 26 bushels per acre, the
est yicld, ats in 1883, being inl what
Ims )cen (esignate(1 the Great Ameri
inl Desert. The "lei-ril reionls," in
lie vicinity of the liutndreth mleridian,
ive produced)heavv crops of maize of
ugh quality. 'That line of lonlgitudc
as ceased to be an absolute barrier tc
or11 p1roduction o' genleral fauming,
1'ie rate of }"ield inl Nehraska is :38.5,
n Kansas :38, Iowa :3i, Missouri 34t,
%linnesota 33.5, Ohio 31, Illinois 30,
[ndiana 29, Michigan 27, Wisconsin
?4.5, Kentucky 23. 'I'he Pacitic Coast
'eturns 33 bushels in Washington
alifo)rnia 30 and Oregon 28. ThI
outhcrn States report 22 bu:shels in
'larlanld, 20 inl 'T'ennassee, 19 inl Ar
;ansas, 16 inl Virginlia, 15 in 'Texas, 13
It Mississippi an(1 Alabama, 12.8- in
.otnisiana, 11 in Georgia and less in1
ther States. The New England States
verage nearly 30 bushels, New York
eturns 30 bushels and Pennsylvania
1. The <uantixty of corn is better
han inl 1883 nearly everywhere, and in
lie Northern belt it is worth 24 to 85
Ior cent. more.
The potato crO) is nearly on an
verage yield of 90 bushels per acre
nd exceeds 190,000,000 bushels.
ix Thousand Men in Line at the National
Capital--A Grand Denocratic
WAsIlNTOX, November 13.-Demo
rats of this city and vicinity celebrat
d the election of Cleveland and hlei
Iricks to-night by a grand torchlight
>rocession. At least six thousand nen
vere lin linie, about five hundred of
vhom were mounted. The greater
umbrr of these were residents of
Vashington and Georgetown, but a
arge contingent from Virinia and
klaryvland hxelped to swell thei par'ade
vhichx, mnar'ching in plat oonxs of' eight,
>ccuipied iearly thrxee-quxarter's of an
10o1r in passinig a given point. Thec
'ot f the procession was from the
:iapittil, by way of' Pennxslvaia
\veu le, to te niorthiwesterin 'sect ion
>f' thle ciity, painig the D)enocrat ic
.jongrxessionial Commnxittee rooms, Mr.,
V. WV. Cor'cor'an's house, and( thec
ouse of' Chxair'~itui Luti reIl, of thec
3istiricf Deoinocratic Comittiiee, ati each1
ft which places the colunn passed ini
eoview befor'e pr'omxinent Democrats.
rxivate houses and( st ores aloing thei
o' uth were ihmiinted, and recsideinces
i uhpr'ouxnient 1Xam,crats as Mt-.
orcoirani and( Mrx. Mer'rick were do
ernxs, f.tomi roof to pavemxenit. Crowvds
f spectator's wore miassedl on the site
anlks all along thle r'oute of the pr'o
0ssioni anxd greetedf thle col iunni as it
loved, with cheer's and wiaimxr of
ats aind hiandkerchiecfs. Colored fii'es
eire burnied at intervals alonig thie
>ute, and( rockets and other1 firewoirks
ecre used liberally, giving great bril
aincy to the sceneo.
Th'linspar'encies carr'ied in the pro
!ssioni borc dlevices whuich have be
>Ime f'amiliar* duiniig the campaign,
iid sinlce, anxd a large assortfmcent of
vinig and( of pictuired r'ooster's evoked
n)thuisiast,ic plaudits of' 5pectators.
veryV seond( man in. the colutxnni carx
ted a br'oomn.
Sever'al divisioins chxeered thxemselves
oar'se as they plassedl the differecnt r'e
iewing stanids, and aloing the st,roects
bxouted the nxamxes of' the D)exnocr'atic
txandxard bearers iuid vairious catch
brixascs of' the canmpaign.
A siingular' featuxe of' the celebr'ationi
vas ,that Blaiine's max1gificnt' nxew
maiLSon, ab)out whlich so much was
vi'ittenx duiniig the camipaignx, was
rirliantlyv illumiinated . it is leased
romx Blam e by Mi'. Leiter, (If Chicago,
vhxo is a Demxocr'at.
Whlile the priocessionx was pa.esinig
brxough a part of' thec city in wh Iich a
realt many1 negri~ioes reside, a coloxre<l
mix saniding mi a crowd oni the sidles
valk,-wvithIoux1 t n priovocti on, shot
mto t he columnxii of' movinig mn, the
milet strxik inlg a I orch bearer' nxamedi
hdxlivaii in thle temiple. Ie foil in t he
uniks, and1( a tnnbex' of theo proces
ionists chxargedl on the cirowvd of col
>red1 men01 who surxrounided thle manl
vhxo.did the shooting. T1hxe lattex' xrai,
mdIi ini the-coinfusioin the murderer es
apled, bunt waxs afterwards c'apturedo(
>y ,the police andI( lockedl up in the
tationi house. Sullivan is not expect
d to Jive thirotugh th~e niighit.
8auici of a Ciergyan,.
Tm.:wrN1oN, N. .J., Novembex' 13. -
1ev. 1 leiiry Williamisoin, r'ector oftSt.
'auil's Churiich, ofi this Citv. Conuittled
eli' thrioughx the hxead, neat' the out
kirt-s of th city, IIe used a neow re
'olver', an ti iredl through his~ Itmplxe.
xis bxrainus being sliuittred. The hotly
vas found1( by twvo boys. N'o
ntl(ive is kniowna for' the act, iIe was
Ihe son of e x-'Chan cel lor' Will iamxsonx
f' Elizab efth, axial nephewi of' Chxie
utiche ilensley . The suiicide nats pret)
ieditatedl. lie wrote Idlet's to the
mideirtaker' andi treasurt ei'of' St. Pauil's
hulrchx, telling how lie wished his
ody anid salaryv disposed of'. No sat.
sfactory~ thleory of thie act is advanced.
t is prxobab!c fttno iniqueist will he
old as Chief' Justice Henslev virtually
>ok char'ge of' the botly. 'The deeid
ras donxe int a lanei oni West State
'To anxyhotly whlo has disease of throat or
migsa, we wi send proof that IIso's (1ure
ir' Consonxxptlon has cured the samxe com-.
laintax In otheir casesa. Address,
* E. T. IIvAr.L,N, Warmn, I',
THE OBOLEBA IN XIVIOPE.
Progress of the Disease-- Its . DreadtuI
Ravages in Paris.
P'An8, November 13.- Tho physi
clans here are of the opinion that the
people who are strong and healthy
need have shnall fear of being attack
ed. None of the attendants at the
hospitals have so for been seized with
the dreadful malady. Many, therefore,
consider the disease not contagious.
Efforts were being made to put the
slulls in a better sanitary condition by
flushins them with water and carbolic
acid. Three cases of cholera have oc
cured at the police depot in the pre
fecture. The conditions are such
there that it is feared the disease will
make rapid headway* The depot con
tains prisoners who are awaiting trial
or who have already been sentenced
and have not yet been sent away to the
place os punishment.
The rooms in which the prisoners are
huddled together, poll mell, are n11
seous holes, in which scarcely a ray of
daylight can penetrate. They are ex
tremely filthy and reck with the foul
est odors. The bed linen, such as it is,
is seldont cleaned. These disgraceful
quarters are now being surprised with
a thorough cleansing and disinfection.
A single death from cholera has oc
curred in each of the outlving villages
of Aubervilliers, Clicby, Boulogne and
Pantlin. The Spaniards, who have
been residing in Paris, have hurried
back to Spain to avoid quarantine.
Nu:me-ous fugitives fron Paris are
stated to have arrived at Genoa. It is
believed, that the number of cases of
cholera at Toulon, in the fresh out
break of epidemic, has been under
stated through the influence of the ho
tel keepers, who, ofcourse, have had a
drerdfully bad season. At Marseilles
three friars of the Ecole Chretienne
have died of cholera. In consequence
of this the ecole has been closed. It is
reported that Austria ivill establish a
sanitary cordton at the frontier.
Froi nidnight to noon to-day there
were 33 deaths from cholera in Paris,
19 of which occurred in the hospitals.
The revised report for yesterday gives
a total of 81 caths, all but twenty of
which occurred in the hospitals.
Eifhrhty-four fresh cases were received
into the hospitals yesterday.
Fifty-eight (leatihs from cholera are
reported to have occurred since mid
night, of which 30 were in the city
proper, the remainder being in the
hospitals. Two ceaths are reported at
Double Murder In Colorado.
)ENvER, Col.., November 13.-ltobt
Standring and wife were discovered
dead this morning in their h .ise in a
ranche seven miles fromi Pine Grove,
a small station on the South Park Road.
Circtumstances indicate that they were
both murdered for money. Staidring
who was one of Colorado's pioneers,
was quite wea.thy and vas widely
known. lie was an ordained preach
er of the anti-polygamy branch of the
Mortmnon Church. Mr. and Mrs. Stand
rin- were evidently shot when on1 the
point of retirinig Sttday night. The
bodies were not diScovered until yes
tcrdav miorning, when at neighbor call
ed at the house. On entering the
neighbor found Mrs. Standtring in bed
unhhdressed, with it a bullet hole in her
left br'east. 11er husband wats fotui
in a kneeling positiot at the side of
the bed with thrtee bullet holes in his
back. Anm old nteighbot' amnd bitter'
enemyti of' Stantdring is susp)ectedl of'
having conmimit ted tihe (double mutrder
und officers are in p)ursuit of himt.
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