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WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 5, 1884.
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I'liosKri'TfNd ArroiiNitr D. J. Nyo,
AUIMTOII O. Hunt.
Tiicahl'iiuk O. H. Bobbins.
Ci.K'ik H J. Lewis.
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MATOn W. K. Wean.
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will receive prompt atuintloa. Ollloa over H.
it. Htarr'a drua; store; telephone No. 6. Heal
dxnofl, Bouth Main street; mle phone No. 24.
DH. J. Ill T, Homoeopath 1st Calls at all
hours promptly attended. Ottloe and
resldeaoe,Weat aid PubUo Uquara; tulcpbone
RN. UOOIttVIW, Insurance Agent and
. Notary PubUo. Iiisuranoe, dnods, mort
rages, wills, leases, contranla, etc, written In
a neat and legal manner. UUicp over Borage'
boot and shoe store.
TMstr NATIONAL BA1K, Wellington,
V ()., duos a geuornl banking busmuss,
buys and soils New York oxobnuga, Govern
mont bonds, oto. 9. 8. Wurner, President; K.
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and prouiotly. Olllev. writt aidv I'nollnSuuare.
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J one of the uuuiost, muM oonvmihint l!ur
bur 8lii-4 In t(in. U.ily UrntKilitu workmen
employed. A full rtiiintnr milrnlls, po.
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iuvoiiiiM'Hon and runilKli ! Ht Mil hiiinn with
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all the late Improvements la the art. Enirage.
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ble, be made In advance. Gallery over Uowt
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8obII sawing, maii-iiiiiir. plum'nr. ".
done to order. Dealers In linii'HT.Inni, iln
glee, doors, ansh, lillnila,iuiildliiMaHiiildniH4
lumber of all sons. Yard, U"r II jiuli.i's loud
SUire. W .11, union, o.
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oye glasses, roailliir glaosiii. opera
grlasMS, tolosoopes, ami full bun of oHlval
Itoods. Hold, silvur, sttiol, ruliu.ir an I vuhu
old frame of the Ouust gnide kept In sui.
Kuftlilng and rt-pu!ring old Iraioea iluun ut
oidor. Fitting dittluult eye a rpit'lalt. O."'
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Direct connections for all Southern tSotitlr
western, and Wt-ntern points, vllhrr by way
of Cincinnati, Indianapolis or 8t. Louis. Di
rect ronuecilon In Union Depot at 81. Louis
for all railway towns in MUsoiirl, Arkansas,
Texas, Kuusaa, NeBraska, Colorado, New
Moxlco. Uld Mexico, and the Pacltlc roast.
Kant Time, New Equipment and ruunlng
tbroueb the most i opulous part of the coun
try; possessing every appliance for speed
aud comfort known to be eervicable.
The Best Eoadbod and the Safost
Road in the West.
Tickets br Ibis popular route for sale at
all regular Ticket OUlcee.
From tui after June 8, 1884, until further
notice, trains on this road will pas Welling
ton as follows:
No. J-Cln. A fit. Louis Express 8 90 a. m.
No. gr-t'leve'd A Col's Kx R. p. m.
No. Night Kxp;-a 8 05 p.m.
No. 81 Local Freight 7.WS. m.
No. 8-Nlght Eiprws BOD a.m.
No. U-lslloD A C'lere'd Ac 7.60 a. ni.
No. t-Ht. Louis tN.Y.Kl S.90 p. m.
No. g-C'iuclnnati A Cleve'd Ex 8.1)0 p. m.
No. 8-Local Freight .A p. m.
E.-B. THOMAS, O. B. SKINNER,
Gen. Manager. Traflie Manager.
A.J. SMITH, Gen. Fa. Agt
WEEELINQ & LIES ERIE RAILROAD
Cleveland tt Marietta JL B.
From and after May 18, 1884. until fut
titer tiotire. trnin on tbis road will pas
Wellirxloii a follow:
No. 17 Local
No. I.,,. ; (. 85a.m.
No. a II. 90 a.m.
No. 8 8.7p. m.
No. IS Local 4.1ft p.m.
Trains 1, t, B snd 8 dally. 4 and 7 dally, except
Toledo With all lines entering the city.
Fremont-Wllh L. It. A W. It. It
Clyde-Wlth I. H. A W. 11. K.
BlleraeWlth N. Y. C. A Bt. L. R. It.
Monroevllle-Wltb B. A O. R. H.
Welllogton-WHh C- C, C. A I. Ky.
Crustoo-Wlth N. Y.. P. A 0. V. K.
Orrvllle-Wltb 0., A. A 0. K. R. sod P., Ft. W.
A C. R. It.
Masslllnn-Wlth P., Ft. W. A C. It. R. snd C,
TiV.AW R H
Valley J traction With Valley R. R.
' Cunllonr-Wllb O. A P. R. K. snd C, T. V.
A W. II. It.
Newcntncnrtnwn With P..C. A Bt. L. R. R.
Csmbrlrlge With It. A O. R. R.
Point Pleasant-With W. C. A U. R. R.
Msriotta-Wllb M. A CM. U.
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nrBrlnn your Job Printing to else
Entp.ki'kibb oflloe. W are constantly
adding now at y leu am) novrltlx, airl
can give you aa tfnod a job aa ,"u ctr.
vt In tlie city. Try us. ,
Meager Beturns From the Different States
Make the Contest a Very
Hew York, New Jersey, Conn.etlent MS
Indiana In Doubt, bat Favorable
to tbe Republicans Latest
Kew Toiik, November 4. Soon after
the polls closed politicians began to reas
semble at Police Ilaadijuarters to hear tbe
returns re.nl. It was not until 0:30 that the
first returns were received, nnd the crowds
In the corrl'lnr made a rush to the court
room. At tiu rooms of the National Dem
ocratic CoiumitU'e theru was it it ever-chang-Ins
crowd during the entira afternoon, and
tbe grealtat auxiiily wai iiianifeHteiL
At seven o'clock tho be ido,uarters of tin
lteonblli'Hn National Committee were
crowded by an excited crowd. Bulletins of
the latest return wero displayed lit the
various r.'.'wsrmper ofllcei on Park How,
and rl"pilrt the rain, the crowds at times
mailt! !!io sidewalks Impassible. Bulletins
were also displayed at various uptown
hotels, and never beruto hns so much Inter
est been displayed In any Presidential elec
tion. Litter in the evening an Immense
crowd assembled In the open space In front
of the 1'iflli Avenue Hotel and anxiously
watched the siereo-t!c:in returns.
Tho total vots of this city for Cleveland
Is li,d3. and for Blaine U0,05. Cleve
land's plurality, 42,777. Butler recoivos
8,415 and St John l,'il)7 votes.
The following Congressmen are elected
In the lower counties of New York: First
district, Perry Belmont, Democrat; Second
district, Campbell, Democrat; Third district,
James, Republican; Fourth district, Ma
honey, Democrat; Fifth district, Bliss, Dem
ocrat The result In this city on the city and
county ticket Is probably as follows: llugh
J. Uraut, TaiiiMnny Democrat, elected
Mayor, defeating Win. K. (irnce. County
Democrat, and Frederick 8. GlblM. Repub
lican. Edward V. Loew, County Demo
crat is elected Comptroller, defeating Willis
S. l'aliie, Taiuni'iny Democrat, and J. IX
riummer, Republican. G. H. Foster, Tam
many Democrat Is elected District Attor
ney, defeating it B, Martlme, County Dem
ocrat, and Charles 3. Spencer, Republican.
Seven hundred and eiglit-nlne districts in
this State outside of New York Oity and
Brooklyn, show a net Democratic gain of
SvRArtjsp:, November 4. Seventeen vot
ing precinct in Onondaga County give 813
Democratic gain. Syracuse Rives Blaine
CouiUand County give Blaine 1,030 ma
jority. The three remaining towns will
give him 300 more.
Oswego County will give 2,800 Republic
an majority. Democratic gain of 400.
Two Republican Assemblymen elected.
JelTerxon County gives Blaine 2,010, with
two districts to hear from. Cayuga Coun
ty complete gives Blaine 3,181. Demo
cratic gain of 813. '
Crvuga County gives a majority of 8.S33
for Blaine, a net Republican loss of 640.
Seneca County complete gives Cleveland
200 majority. Rumsey, Republican, elec
ted to the Assembly. Democratic County
ticket la elected, Onondaga probably 4,100
majority for Blaine.
Alfat, November 4. Albany County
gives Cleveland 1,500 majority. Swinburne,
Republic m, for Congress, Is elected. As
semblymen elected, are: First district,
Stephen Nile, Democrat; Second district,
Lansing Iloatllng, Republican; Third Pat
rick ' Murray, Democrat; Fourth district,
F. J. Hardin, Democr.it
Amstehdan, November 4. Tills town
give Blaine 443 majority, a gain of 110
over 1880. Montgomery County gives
Blaiife 808 plurality, with three districts to
hear from, a Republican gain of 115.
Thomas Lndall, Republican la elected by
about 300 majority.
Lyons, November 4. Wayne County
give Blalno nbout 3.500 majority, and
elects the entire Republican County ticket
Both Republican Assemblymen are elected,
Payne, Republican, for Congress, Twenty
eighth district, also elected.
Troy, November 4. Rensselaer County
give Blaine 800 plurality, a Republican
gain ot 150.
Rome, November 4. Oneida County,
city ot Rome complete give Cleveland 435
majority. Democratic gain of 180.
Auburn, November 4. Auburn give
Blaine 1,320 majority.
Naw York, November 83 a. m. Cor
rected return show Cleveland' majority
In this city to be 53,083. Cleveland' ma-
Iorlty In New York, Kings, Queens, and
iichmond counties reaches almost If not
culte, 75,000. In 1680 Garfield came to
New York County with 03,000. it Is un
likely, so far as heard from the Interior of
the State, that Blaine's vote In the Interior
can offset tbe majority above given.
New Yohk, November 5 8:30 a. in.
Indication are that Blaine ha carried New
York State by 8,000 to 10,000. Return
from three-fourths of the city show the vote
for Mayor to be so close that It Is .Impossi
ble to state the result Tbe probabilities
are that Grant is elected.
Avouhta, November 4. The official vote
of Augusta give Blalno 1,184, Cleveland
858, St John 43, Butler 10; Blalno' plu
rality 628. In 1 880 the vote stood : Gurlteld
1,123, Hancock 703, scattering 02; Gar
field's plurality 833. In September 1834,
the Republican plurality waa 843, falling
off for Blaine of 115 from Robie. Ward 1,
Blalno' own ward, give Blain 13 lea
than it gave Robie.
Fifty towns In Maine give Blaine 16,007,
Cleveland 0,700, scattering 8,073; total 2
00. The same town In 1880 gave Garfield
15,585, Hancock 12,801, scattering 4,780;
One hundred town In Maine give Blaine
86,163, Cleveland 20,1112, scattering 11,011.
The ama town In 1880 gave Garfield 30,
840, Hancock 84,108, scattering 1.023.
ILLINOIS. ' , i
j Ciiicaoo, November, 4. Tbe rainy
weather which generally prevailed throdgh
out the Wert to-day materially Interfered
with the telegraphic service but the dis
patches so far received from lllluol, Wis
consin, Indiana, Nebraska, Minnesota and
Iowa Indicate that the lection wat the most
Snlet and peaceable ever known. Heavy
of ectloni from the Republican ranks are
reported In Wisconsin, while Republican
Sins are reported In Iowa and Minnesota,
this city developments proved that the
fears of trouble at the polls were absolutely
without foundation and not even a precinct
row was reported until tills evening, when
Black Jack Yattaw, a notorious rough,
formerly proprietor of a bum boat, who was
appointed United Slates Deputy Marshal In
the face of earnest protest of a majority
ot the Chicago press, shot dead Constable
Kerns, a Democrat, at the polls at Third
Avenue nnd Harrison Street Particulars
ef the affray are locking. On account of
the length of tbe ticket the count will be
extremely late. Not a precinct has "
Heard rrom up to nine p. m. Tnore were
a tew arrests for Illegal voting.
Carter Harrison, the Democratic candl
dldate for Governor, runs 6,000 altead ot hi
ticket in Cook County. It is charged that
lie traded with Republicans, giving them
votes on the electoral ticket The Repub
licans claim 25,000 plurality for Blaine In
John K. Flnerty, Republican, Is probably
elected to Congress In the Second district
over Frank Lawler, Democrat '
Bai.timoiir, November 4. The Demo
crats elected Congressmen from live of tho
six loiigrestdonnl districts iu tills State
Hollon, Republican, was defeated In th
Filth by Compton. The delegation from
Maryland In the Forty-ninth Congress will
be as follows: First district, Charles IL
Gibson, Doinoerat; Second, Dr. Frank,
Shaw, Democrat; Third, Dr. William U,
Cole, Democrat; Fourth, J. N. Findlay,
Democrat; Fifth. Barnes Compton, Demo
crat; Sixth, L. E. McComas. Republic in.
This is a gain of one Congressman for tin
Democrats. The total vote polled In thli
city ss 63,350, ot which Cleveland gets
l,206, Blaine 27,ftS0, St John 1.26'J and
Butler 114. Cleveland's majority ovei
Blalno Is 6,716; over all 5,333. In 1884
Hancock's majority over Garfield was 9,860.
Cleveland's majority In Maryland will not
be ley than 14,000.
PtiiLAPEi.rniA, November 4. The R
pnOllcan plurality In Pennsylvania will
reach about 83,000. Returns from about
half the State show that Blaine receive
just about the same vote as GarQeld In 1830.
Both Hie Butler and St John votes wen
PiTTsnunoii, November 4. Allcgbeuj
County gives Blaine 15.000 to 17,000 major
lty, a gln of 2,000 to 4,000 over Gnrlield'i
vote. General James S, Negley and Thus.
M. Bayne, Republicans, are elee'ed In the
Twenty-second and Twenty-third Congres
Bostos, November 4. Eighty-six cities
and towns in Massachusetts, outside of Bos
ton, give Blaine 23.071, Cleveland 10,811,
Butler 2,817, St John 1,567. Total 44,296.
This show a Republican loss of 3,914 from
1x8:1, tad a Democratic loss ot 8,870. It
this percentage holds good the total vote
will be 810,000. Blaine will come Into
Boston 18,500 ahead of Cleveland. Cleve
land's plurality over Blaine in Boston Is
between 10,000 and 11,000. Tbe Indications
ffrrra 4he above are that Blaine will have
from 8,000 to 13,000 plurality In the State.
Garfield's majority was nearly 64,000. Tbe
total Butler vote will be ab nit 15,000, and
the St John vote about the same.
Tbe following Is the Congressional out
look hi this State: First district Robert
F. Davis, Republican, re-elected; Second,
J. D. Long, Republican, re-elected; Third,
A. A. Rnnney, Republican, re-elected;
Fourth, P. A. Collins, Democrat, re-elected;
Fifth, doubtful; Sixth, Henry B. levering,
Democrat re-elected; Seventh, It S. Staf
ford, Democrat probably elected; Eighth,
doubtful; Tenth, W. W. Rico, Republican,
re-elected; Ninth, F. D. Ely, Republican,
elected; Eleventh, W. Whitney, Republi
can, re-elected; Twelfth, F. W. Rockwell,
Republican, probably re-elected.
One hundred and twenty-two towns out
side of Boston give Blaine 45,924, Cleve
land 36,561, Butler 5.451, St John 3,900.
Blaine's plurality 9,803. The same towns
tv year gave Robinson 51.001 and Butler
43,604. If the ratio of gaiu and loss holds
good throughout the State, Blaine will
come Into Boston 20,090 ahead of Cleve
land, giving him the Suite by 8,500.
One hundred and forty-four cities and
towns, and all but ono precinct In Boston,
Indicate a plurality for Blaine of 9,004.
Fai.i. Rivkii, November 4. Tbe vote ot
Fall River gives Blaine 8,203, Cleveland
Yarmouth, November 4. Blaine 247,
Cleveland 64, St John 11, Butler & Cleve
veland gains 9 on tlio State ticket
Sictuatk, November 4. Blaine 209,
Cleveland 147, Butler 43, St John 8, But
ler 1. Cleveland gains 4.
Plytiottii, November 4. Blaine 75,
Cleveland 26, St John 8, Butler 1. Cleve
land gains 8.
Niewni'itYroitT. November 4. Ward 8,
complete, gives Blaine 137 less plurality
than It gave Garfield.
Boston, complete, gives Cleveland 33,500,
Blaine 20.808. Butler 8,693, St John 1,23
Cleveland' plurality I 11,002.
RicuMoxn, November 4. The election
ha been a quiet one throughout the State,
and returns received np to a late hour to
night Indicate that the State ha gone fof
Cleveland from 10,000 to 15,000 majority.
Eight out of ten Congressmen elected are
probably Democrats. Llbby In the Norfolk
and Brady in the Petersburg districts an
the only Republican Congressmen elected.
New Yohk, November . 4. Governet
Cameron telegraphs from Richmond that
all counties heard from show Republics
gain and that Blaine has carried the State,
WKST VIROINIA. '
Whf.fliso, W. Va., November 4. The
Parkeraborg District complete I a fol
lows: Barbe,for Congress, 1.078, Gibson
760; Blaine 979, Cleveland 777, a Repub
lican gain ot 1. Gotr majority In Clark
burgh I 158, which Indicates a majority of
60v m Harrison County. Barbae, Repub
lican, for Congress, has a majority In Par
kersbnrg of 818, a gain over Maxwell ol
In F.ilrmont Blaine' majority I 140, t
Republican gain of 20 over October.
Three precinct In lifwls County givs
Goft C4 majority. Both vcrtles claim tin
county. Morgantown gives Blaine 502,
Cleveland 144, a Republican gain ot 1L
OofTs majority In Marshall County I e
limited at 800. a Republican gain of 133.
Hancock County gives Blaine and God
WO majority. General Golf' majority la
the First Congressional District I esti
mated from itoo to 500.
CuAKr.jurro. W. V., November .
the election passed off very quietly to-day.
Snyder, Democrat; Is re-elected from tUli,
the Third District The city of Charleston
elves the Fusion Electors 88 majority.
Snyder, Democrat, for Congress, ha 343
Indianapolis, November 4. At thli
hour (midnight) only thirty precincts have
been heard from In the State, showing
net Democratic gain of 80 on the vote ot
1882, when the Democrats carried the State
by 1,084. There are forty-five names on the
ticket, and It will be Impossible to get re
turns sufficient to Indicate how the State
ias gone to-night Tho Democrats are
sluimlng the State by 7,000, while the
Republicans refuse to concede It to thom
NEW JKRBKY. '
Newark, November 4. Essex, Bergen
md the other counties in northern New
Jersey show Democratic gains. Ocean. At
lantic and Monmouth counties show ltepub
lienn gains. Governor Abbett estimate that
Cleveluid has carried the Statu by 3,000
UAinroitn, November 4. This city
fives Cleveland 735 majority, Democrat
sin 510 over 1S80. Also the Democrats
(rain two representatives. Twenty-two J
towns, including llartiora. give l'einocratio
gain of 1,125. This average will give the
Sbito to Cleveland by 4,6(K) majority.
'.ater letuins .show Eaton. Democratic
In be defeated by Buckley, Republican, for
iJoii.tcss iii the First district Sixty-three
towns not Including New Haven or Bridge
port gave n Democratic giln of 1,900, leav
ing lint 763 to wipe out Gai lielU's plurality
Waller carries Hartford by 8M plurality.
Cleveland has 585 plurality. Eaton for
Congress has 737 plurality but Is defeated
In the district Both Democratic Repre
sent itlves are elected. Returns throughout
the. Stuto Indicate that Waller has a clear
majority, snd thttt Cleveland carries the
Nkw Havrn, November 4. -Complete
returns from this city give Blaiue 6,185.
For Congress in the Second district,
Allen, Republican, 0,337; Mitcholl, Demo
The vote In Connecticut Is very close and
probably Democratic. The plurality on
Presidential ticket is variously estimated
from 009 to 3,000 by Republicans. Demo
ctots claim Governor Waller' re-election
by 2.500. The Republicans say probably
no election of Governor by the ixiple. The
Congressional delegation will stind two
Republicans and two Democrats. A Re
publican gain of one.
Watkcihtiiv, November 4. Democratic
gain 277. New Brltdii Democratic gain 150.
Dkt::oiT, November Midnight The
Republican State Central Committee claim
that Blalno lias carried tbe State by 15,000
plurality. The following Republican Con
gressmen are elected In the follow lug dis
trict.: Allen In the Seceadf CDonnoll tir
foe Third; Burroughs In the Fourth; May
bury In the First General Alger, for Gov
ernor runs slightly behind his ticket
The Democnts elect their county ticket
by 1,500 majority. Report f mm 110 towns
throughout the Slate show s Democrat gain
of 3,800 over the vote of 1880.
San Fkancisco. Novemtier 4. Indica
tions point to a small majority for Blaine,
but at ten p. m. the State is In doubt and
the betting favors the Democrats. In the
Fourth district, Hastings, Democrat, prob
ably defeats Morrow, Itepubllcan, for Con
gress Fifth district, Sullivan, Democrat,
is probably beaten by Felton, Republican.
Latest returns favor Cleveland.
Concoiid, November 4. Return from
lxty-lx town show net Republican gain
over the vote ot 1880, when the Republi
cans had about 4,000 majority. The Indi
cations are that the Republicans have
elected all the State officers. John Morrill,
Democrat for Governor, runs largely ahead
of his ticket
The State voted to-day on a proposition
to hold a constitutional convention to
change the time nt meeting ot the Legisla
ture from June to January and other
changes. The returns show tht It ha
been adopted by nearly an unanimous vote.
Denver, November 4.-But few pre
cinct have been heard from yet, and those
how large Republican gains. Returns
coming in very slowly with long ticket to
count Tbo State has undoubtedly gone
CHAM.0TTS, November 4. Returns
come In slowly. Eleven counties heard
from show Democrat gains of 1,650. The
State Is claimed by the Democrat by 13,000
New Orleans, November 4. Returns
from tho Slate are meagre and Indicate
about tlio same vote as In 1830 whon Demo
crats had a majority of 10,000.
Democrat Congressmen are elected from
First and Second district. In the Eighth
the contest 1 close between Kellogg and
Gay. In the Fifth Blanchard, Democratic,
re-elected, and In tho Sixth, Iron, Demo
cratic re-elected. No disturbance reported
In any section of tbe State.
so urn cAnot.iXA.
Charleston, November 4. There was
a full Democratic vote throughout the State
and not a single disturbance. Governor
Thompson Is re-elected snd Cleveland ha
a plurality of about 65.000.
Milwaukee, November. 4. Return
from 180 towns show a Democratic gain ot
1,200. Milwaukee County goes Democratic,
Deuster, Democrat, Is re-elected to Con
gress over Vsn Schalck by 1,200. Return
from Interior of Bute are very ilow, but
Indicate a Republican victory by a reduced
Secretary Payne, of the Republican State
Committee, estimates Blaine' plurality at
15,000 againat 89,768 for Garfield la 1880.
Pbovtdexck, November 4. Vote of
Providence city: Blaine 6,274, Cleveland
4,871, Butler 211, St John 253.
OHIO. , .
. Cincinnati, November. Two hundred
and thirty-three ward and precincts In
Ohio ihow a net Republican gain of 8,445
over 1880. Net Democrats gain of 707
Return thn far received Indicate
Blaine' majority In the Bute will be about
0,000. Th chairman claim the majority
will be between 25,000 and 80,000. Gar
Aeld't majority was 14,237. . . ,
White River Junction, November 4.
One hundred and forty town give Blaine
28,241, Cleveland 12,604, Butler 178, St
John 1,608. The same towns gave Garfield
82,1:08, Hancock 13,817. Garfield's plurality
19.051. Indication are that Blaine' plur
lallty will be less than PIngress for Gover
nor In September, (
' . Sr. Louis, November 4. Tbe latest re
turns Indicated that Marmaduke, Democrat,
for Govornor, has ran 20,000 behind bit
ticket The full State Democratic ticket U
In the Eighth Congressional dlsarlct John i
J. O'Neil, Democrat, Is re-elected bv about
1.500 majority. In the Ninth district John
M. Glover, Democrat, la elected by a small
De Moinks, November 4. Latest re
turns indicate a majority for Blnlne ot
15,000 over the Fuslonlsls. The Democrats
have probably elected Congressmen In lite
First Second, Fourth nnd Sixth districts.
The Third, Fifth and Ninth are In doubt,
The Seventh, ftghtll, Tenth and Eleventh
Omaha, November 4. The Republican
plurality in Nebraska will be between
20,000 and 22,0000. .
Galveston, November 4. A heavy
Democratic vote has been polled in tills
Stale Cleveland's plurality will be 100.- .
000 and Democratic Congressman are elected.
In all the eleven districts. ,'
Phovidenck, November 4. Blaine's ma
jority in this State (complete) Is 5,353.
The total vote is 32,031, the largest ever
Nashville, November 4. The Demo
cratic elcctor.d ticket In the State will be '
elected by the usual majority. Bates, the '
Governor, will pioM ibly be elected by a re
duced majority. ' '
The Indications point to the election of
Zach Taylor. Republican, In tills, the Tenth
dKtvlet defeating J. M. Harris. Democr.
The Latest Returns from To'sday's Claa
tions Show the Republicans a mall .'
Mi.J 1(7 la Ni-w Turk sted ImtUoe,
Indianapolis, November 8.-4:00 p. m.
Four hundrod voting precincts give a Re
publican gam of 6,283 and a Democratic
gain of 4,283. At this rate the State will
give Blaine 2,531 majority.
New York, November 8. The Demo
cratic National Committee has sent out an
address to Stite Commissioners telling
tiiem to look out and beware of frauds la
the count The Republicans elect 6 of
C4 "Assemblymen lose of three. The
only Tammany county candidates elected
are two Judges of the Court ot Common
Pleas and a coroner. The Republicans
elect 7 out ot the ?5 Alderman here.
Tammany 4, and the County Democracy
Latp.kt 4:00 p. m. Cleveland coos up
to Harlem bridge with 67,038 and Blaiue
comes down to the river with 60,305.
Blaine's majority about 11,000.
Very Latest. 1,530 election district
outside of New York and Brooklyn : Blaine
840,002, Cleveland 204,727, Butler 9,347, St
John 1,753. Net Democratic gain 11,447.
There are 406 districts to hear from.' ,
The Twelfth Congressional District com
plete gives Perley, Republican, 11,336,
Dowdney, Democrat 18,408. The Eleventh,
complete, gives Merriman, (County Dem
ocrat and Republican) 19,676, Hardy (Tam
Albany, November 5. The latest re
hires from Albany County give Cleveland
1,000 majority, with ten districts to hear
from, eight of which usually give Repub
lican majorities. Hancock had over 8,000
majority in 1880. Chairman Manning, or
the State Democratlo Committee expresses
tome doubt In regard to this State aud says
It Is very close. He eapect to have re
liable figures about four o'clock, ,
Democratic Congressmen were elected In
all the districts of New York City. . They
are Nick Sluller SUth, J. J. Adams Seventh.
8. O. Cox Eighth, Joseph Pulitlzer Ninth.
A. S. Hewitt Tentli, Colonel Merriman
Eleventh, Abraham Dowdrcy Twelfth,
Egbert I Vlele Thirteenth and W. G.
Stihlnecker Fourteenth. Pulitlzer, Merri
man, Dowdrey, Vlele and Stahlnecker are
Brooklyn, N. Y., November 5. Full re
turns from Kl ng's County show that Cleve
land has a majority of 15.152 In the county.
Butler received only 3,001 votes. Three
out of the four Democratic Congressmen
have been elected. Tbe Democruts hold
their own on Assemblymen, having elected
Dine out of twelve members. Farley, Dem-
ocrut, for Shorlff, has a majority over Tan
ner, ltepubllean, of 13.791. BrlnckerhnlT,
Democrat, for Comptroller, has a majority
Sax Francisco, CaL, Nov. 6. The
CTifwilrlc claims the State for Blaine by
about 3,500 majority, and four out of tlx
Congressmen. The Alia says: The Indica
tions favor the belief that California har.
gone Democratic by 1,500 to 8,000 majority.
The Democrat carried Saa Francisco by
perhaps 2,500 majority. Owing to the
great length ot the ticket tho vote ot San
Francisco will not be all counted till Thurs
day at midnight
Lateh, Partial return from 39 counties
Including thrs city give Blaine 23,850,
Cleveland 1Z.674. It b not expected this
Increase wi'.l be maintained, but It I con
ceded the Republican carry the State by
6,000. Republican elect Congrecmen,
Deuioorits9; Republican gain of I with
MirnioAN. . , '
Detroit, Mich., November 6. Michigan
gives Blaine fully 10,000 plurality and eleeU
Alger, Republican, Governor by 8,000 tc "
6,060. The Congressional Districts are at ,
follows: Maybury First Wlnsns Sixth, v
Carelon Seven lit, Yagl Fourth all Demo
crats. The Republicans get O'Doonell in
th Third, Gibson In the Tenth, Cutcheon ,
In the Ninth, Allen In the Second. TIh- '
Fifth District Is still in doubt, but Is pros
ably for Cnmstock, Democrat Th ElrhtL
District (Ilorr's) Is also stiH la doubt Tin-
Prohibition vote In the Slot Is much II r lit ;
er than had been claimed by the arl '
pianngers,- t .. : i : . .
4 ' Co'-TiNr-D ON THTn PtOK.