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She Next President of the
. United States.
NiwJerk State Gives Him Over
50,uue Majority,; .
, ', arid ' Connecticut.
Probably Givea Harrison
Majority of $0,000.
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R fl Bjtnuhllnn.nl PlltCO Delaware, Wet
ya:lnla,JiirtlnB, Connecticut, au'd llll-
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Gen. wearer, reepie-s vni-f
-?fc date, Carrie Kevuila.
; J Cincinnati, Nev. ft The commercial i.iv
;Z8ltc a ugures en me eiucinrw luir.i,"""-1-"
-from the latest returns, arc us follews:
,.-' ren riAnutseN.
t-Colerado .' ' 2
iUUUUit.i.H ) ' -
Kansas J..i.... 10
' 'Maine "
15 l MawachusettB...-. 5
u Minnesota..., ,
I. .Mentana.... , 3
' f .Nebraska 8
Vermont..... .......i '
Wisconsin .'. "
i Total f18s
, Arkansas 8
Georgia ' 'J
, Kentucky I3
Michigan ,,......, &
. Mississippi . C
New Jersey i
New Vcrk 30
" North Carolina '; 11
euth Carolina 0
Tcnnessee , 12
U Total 231
j;, ren wiaveii. ,
4 Nevada 3
f Deuiirruu '
' Delaware.,., , 3
J , West Virginia 0
I Indiana,......., IS
xi Connecticut 0
Total i..... M
' Nbw Yeruc, Nev., 9. It is understood that
It Cleveland is elected ex-Gov. Campbell, of
Ohie, will be secretary of the navy, and Wil
liam a Whitney minister te England. .
- It v.es given out from Tammany Tuesday
, rilght that Gov. Flower will be the secretary e(
the treasury under tbe demand of senator
Wasiumgtes, Nev., 91 a. m. as the ret
-turns eame In about midnight President Harrlt
son and his party at the White Heuse would
set say anything, except that "We have net
made up our minds yet."
,NiwrYeBK, Nev. 9. Unless the utterly im
..probable should like the unexpected, come te
paes, Grevcr Cleveland has carried New Yerk
'state by a safe majority. He will go up te Han
lern Dridge with round numbers of 108,000. The
highest estimate of the upstate vote claimed
,by the republicans has been one hundred thou
sand. It leeks at this writing as if it would
be much less, Cleveland's majority In New
Yerk city will certainly reech 78,000. He will
have 23,000 la. Kings, and the figures Indicate
that be Mill get at least 2,800 in Richmond and
1,600 In Queens, Republicans generally con.
cede New Yerk te Cleveland. Some of the re.
turns from np state are most encouraging, but
It is madneM te hope that the huge majority of
Cleveland can be met at Harlem Bridge. There
Is a geed deal of talk of fraud in the city.
In one precinct it is known that theballeti
boxes were net locked, and the absurd figures
la some of thftethers give rise-te the groves t
eusplolen. ,In one precinct Cleveland la credited
with 388 votes, while Harrison has only 4. Three
of the officers at the polls were necessarily re
publicans, and that leaves b"t eae vote for Har
rlsea. It sterns most Improbable that eny dis-
itrlei or .precinct could be found where thore was
' but one republican. It loekB, however, aa If
Cleveland'a majority in tbe state of New Yerk
.would be se great that te con test the handling of
the ballets tweuld be worse then useless, The
Tiger has net betrayed the claimant, but has
.successfully used oeth and nail in destroying
'his opponent. Around the newspaper offices
.there are enormous crowds of shouting and
'happy democrats, while here and there small
bands of republicans refuse te give la, and
keep singing the Campaign songs of thelr party,
looking the figures straight In the face, It
k ejus tbe acknowledged that Cleveland has car
ried New Yerk.
IrV Tammany fecal ticket Is elected through
!Wi out with Jhuge majorities. Thpy bave carried
'. every assembly district in the city and wui
A. ' control the next legislature. The democratic
E "UCKGl BOO DVVU CIOVIOU ireiU HJU UJ UUfclVIH.
At this hour the returns from New.aTersey in.
(H-caVe that tbe democrats have crnca,tne
' BtOtte by 11,000, which may be increased, for, Mr.
;', Cleveland. The gevernshlp la, however, still
' In Annht- Knil It lt elnlmfsl hv thft Tf.nuhllAfnfi
ithatKean. the'reeubllcan candidate la elected.
Vf .In.Conneotlout the returns ere slew la coming
in, and pote parties are claiming the state by
mail mojenuca, weukii bu iur tee luuituuuns
'wtI the state' has gene republican by a small
.jBsJerity, probably la the hundred.
Delaware has gene, repunucaa,. ana uict legis.
lsture twid; senate am. republican. West
Virginia 'la still te hear from.
- .J i . ILLINOIS.
" CmoAOe. Net. ft The peaslbtllty Is Cleve-
, land has carried Illinois, ana Aiiceia, tne aem
; ocratle CBBdldate ter sovtrner Ja elected by
HWver-iaiMXj Majority, uuicbkuwiii kivt ine
fAteMcnttd ticket 80,090 majority, and tbe bs.1-
i of Cook 0Q(rato,lllredueo mat te ES,(XXX
At reblla h4qurrs they de net claim
veriPM) te S.0M) tar Filer, outside Cook
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8rriea.M,i,iateat 18, Hit clevelaeeVi
net ls 1,84. v
Nlaoty-tbrce tows la lJuaeis oeuide Cook
county give Fifcr 13,284, Altgeld 12,474.
Five hundred aed iterty-ninc out of COS pro pre pro
clneta In Chicago give Harrison 72,810, Cleve
, Later returns indicate a material reduction In
first estimates of democratic majorities In this,
city and oeunty. At 11 o'clock' tbe Chicago
Trlbtfhe and Chicago later Oecan refuse te con
eedn the state te tbe demoeraoy. '
Pkekia, 111. Net. ft Return In thin district
are slaw for the reason that an exceptionally
heavy vote ha been east. 'Tee incomplete
returns hewhrvy; gains (or the republican
ticket Pent, republican congressman from the.
Tenth district, Is re-elected by an Increased
majority. Flfer, republican candidate for gev.
urner, shows decided. gains in the county. Tht
day we fair and th vote tbe heaviest known.
Newark, N. J.. Nev. 9. Cleveland will carry
Ksucx'ceunty by a small plurality, Wem,
f however. vrUrWe the county, McLean carrying
;it by betwecri'soe and soft
IS 13 esumaica innv t,ievcianu win rrry mi
state by about 8.500, and that Wcrtz will be
elected governor by about 4,000 plurutlty. (The
county ticket will probably go democratic.
IlARTrenn, Conn., Nev. 9. Eight . tnwn
In Connecticut give Democratic gain of 4i or
President, 75 on;Cevcrnor, end a gain of 3 In
Twentv-one towns glvp Harrison 3.0M. Clevo Cleve
lanl 3)123. Sam towns In IM gave Harriser
3,051, Clevelnnd 3.W3. The vote polled was ae
:ie unuBually large one. Returns arc slew, ew
tng te secret ballet.
The congressional delppatlen from Connertl
cut will rwnilrr unchunged: three democrats,
ene republican. , ' ,
One hiiMlred and twpnty-three towns give
Harrison 4.II9. Clevelnnd 4CM, a Demecratit
gain ever IS5S of 2.MJ7
One hundred nnd twenty-eight tewni, Harrl
eon 40.909. Cleveland 47,ldl. Dcmocratle galr
ever 18h3 of 2,810.
WnKBLtNO. W Va.. Nev. 9. At midnight
very little mero Is known nb6ut' the election In
West Vlrfflnla than when the polls closed. Net
a single precinct has Iwn heard from in Wheel
Ing. The ballet h lengthy anil counting proeew
slew. Every county from which estimates have
been received slnce midnight t show republican
gains except Jvanawhn, wliere there will bon
less of ever NX).
Chairman D.iwgen, of the republican fltatc
cemmittee, claims the election of the siuje re
publican ticket, nnd that the state has gene for
The democrats' claims are quite the rentrary.
Ne figures har been received, and will net be
There Is" no possltjle way te estimate the con
gressional delegation. t
BtSMAltcK, N, D., Nev 9. Returns from
counties se far Indicate that Harrison electors
have at least 1,000 majority. Jehnsen, repub
lican, is returned te congress, and en Joint bal bal
let the republicans will have the legislature.
The republican state ticket has been carried by
a small majorltye A full vete Is the report
from the 'state, The democrats and tbe popu
lists hdpe te gala by the weather, as stormy
weather would have kept the country vete at
Detkeit. Nev. 9. The Journal (rep) says
that Judge Chlpman, who is running for re re re
olectlen in the FlrstioejKrresslonal district, has
as much as conceded his defeat by Cel. Uecker,
his republican opponent This Is a democratic
In this state Tuesday fourteen presidential
electors, a full state ticket twelve congressmen
members of the state legislature and county
officials are being voted for.
Allen n. Merse, ex.Juattee of the supreme
court of Michigan, is the democratic nominee
for poverner: Jehn T. Rich is the republican
candidate, while Jehn W. Ewing and Jehn Rus
sell are the rcipoetlvo nominees of the populist
and prohibition parties. The members of the
legiRlature elected Tuesday will vete next win
ter for n successor te U. S. Senater Stock
bridge, whose term expires March 3, 1893.
Comparison in Michigan will be made with
the vete of four years age, when Luce's (rep.)
plurality was 17,145 ever Hurt (dcm.) for gev.
crner. Eleven precincts nnd townships out of e
total of 1.820 give Rich (rep.) 6J7, Merse (dcm )
1,103. Thesnme In 1688 gave Luce (rep.) 1,019,
Burt (dem.) 1,179.
Forty precincts in Mlchlgnn, out of a total el
1,820, glve Rleh (ren.) 4.8M, Merse (dem.) 4,481.
In 1688 Luce hed 0,329, Burt 4,841.
Eighty preclnts outside of Wayne county
give for Rich, Rep., 10,047; Merse. Dcm , 8,811;
Ewlng, peeple's, 1,0&9: Russell, prohibition, ih.
Ninety precincts id Michigan out of a total el
1.820, glve Rich, R., 11,538; Merse, D., 10,820.
The same districts in 18SS gave Luce, R.r 14,313;
Burt, D., U.3J0.
One hundred and thirty-live precincts out ei
a total of 1,820; give Rich,!?., 10,874; Merse, D.,
17,(04. In 1883 Luce, It, 24,301; Burt, D., 18,911.
Net republican less, 3,081.
Returns are very meager only 90 scattering
precincts out of n total of 1,820 being received
thus far. These give Rich, republican for gov
ernor, if, 538; Merse, democrat 10,3:0. Tbe
same districts in 1883 gave Luce, republican,
14,313: Burt, democrat 11,85a This shows a
dcmocratle gain of 1,745. If this proportion)!
gain la maintained Merse's plurality will be
Concord, N. n., Nev. 9 Returns from twenty-two
towns and Awards glve JJarrisen 2,783,
Cleveland 8,474, BidweU149 scattering 17. Same
towns and wards In 1888 gave Harrison 2,613,
Cleveland 2,500, Flak and scatter lng 70. Rcpub
lican net gain gain 117.
Conceiid. N. 11, Nev. ft Indications at mid
night are that the state Is carried by Harri
son by about 2,000; that there is no choice
for governor by the people; that Stene and
Parker, democrats, are elected te congress;
that thei' legislature , is republican in both
CnsTEMNE, Wye., Nev. ft Returns will be
late. Beth parties claim the state.
The returns are meager. The republicans
are confident that the national and state ticket
U elected by a majority of 2,600; also that the
republicans will bave a majority In the legis
lature. Cheyenne returns indicate that Harrison will
carry the state by 1,290 majority, and that the
republican atate ticket la elected.
The republican state central committee con
cedes the state te the democrats.
Littm Reek, Ark., Nev, ft McCroe (dcm.),
In the Third congressional district carries
Hempstead, Columbia, Oechlta, Calhoun and
Union counties, which almost assures his elee-.
tlen. Nothing received from the Fifth district,
which was also considered doubtful. The elty
(Ives an increased republican vete of about COO.
Terry (dem.), for congress, carries tbe oeunty
ey ever 1,000 majority. Tbe elty ea the elec
toral tlcket is close. Cleveland's majority
in the state will probably exceed 20,00a
Oarsen, Nev., Nev, ft This state Tuesday
reted en congressmen, thrce electors and a
itatc loglslMure, which will elect a senator te
"uceted Senater Stewart, republican. The auto
rent for Harrison in IKS by 1,800 plurality.
Rine, Nev. ft It is conceded by all parties
that Weave carried Nevada by 1,500. Newland,
lilver, party, is elect te congress, te result as
te the leslslatore la net certain, but It -Is gen
erally beliqved the silver, parly bave a majority
which will Insure the election of Stewart te the
U. 8. senate.
UeiW, Jdnha. Nev. ft Th weather was
warm and dear, and the voting heavy. Nealy
wit tne registration was, cast by neon.
Mhma, Ment, Ner. P, -The t)e of Meb.
IM, YtrtwMy elected- feveVRsr sC Hre
HM tMMt, BM OOftgreMftlMMMl MMMWSi
mrmt rvtvi t
0iAiU, Nev. ft Fedrtera precincts outside
of Omaha glve narrisen Ifltrt, Cleveland 64d,
Weaver 1.197 In 1800 the same precineta gave
republicans 1,542, democrats 1,760, populists 987t
Thlrty-ieven predncts In Omaha gire Harri
son 6,457, Cleveland 1,444, Weaver 4 C33.
Eighteen precincts of Lincoln glve Harrison
1,743, Cleveland 449,. Weaver 810,
Omatia, Nrh., Nev. ft Onlyfcnir votlng'-pre-clnet
hud returns In at0;l5. Three-quarters el
democratic vete was thrown te Weaver elec
tors. Omatia, Neb.. Nev. ft U. S. Marshal Slaugh
ter ent Mvrrel deputlis te Covington, Just op
posite Sioux City, te prevent alleged fraudulent
ybtlng"by the democrats. Republicans charge
the slums of Sioux City have been scoured and
voters .-colenlied at Covington. .U.. &, Com Cem Com
mlRslensr.sponcor Is en the ground te hear all
cases that may be brought before him.
Portland,, Me., Nev! 9?-One hundred and
seven ty.seven' towns in-Mains gtve Ilorriset
44,089. Cleveland 31,465, scattering 3,034. Same
towns in 1(88 gave Harrison 48,311, Cleveland
32,020, scattering 2.597, Republican plurality
new 10 CM: Republican plurality then 10,287. II
the remaining towns ,eome In with the same ra
tio or less the vete will stand: Harrison, 01,000.
Cleveland, 40,500; 'scattering, 5,000., Total vote
118,500; a republican plurality of 11,500, against
23,258 In 1888, when the vete stoed: Harrison,
73.730- Cleveltnd, 50,472; scattering. 4,035; te
tal, 12&237.. Tbe republican plurality in Sep
tember wis 12,412, se that the gam will be 2.00a
PneviDBNOB. R. I., Nev. 9 The total vete
of the state, lacking 20 districts, .Is! Haralson.
18,248; Cleveland, 15,552.The state gees fer.Har
rlsen. f v ,
Nine tewnsln RhedeTlsland shoW-repuelicar
less, X. dcmocratle less, 83.
Returns from twenty-two towns and nine dls
trlcts of the city of Providence give Cleveland
8,394, Harrison, 9,518.
Ninety towns; Cleveland lfl.OM Harrison,
21,840. Compared with 1883, A net democratic
pain of 773; with 1)1, a net republican gain e'
Indications point te no election of congress
man in this state.
Dr.Nvr.lt Cole., Nev. 9.-Cel. W.'H. Orimth.
eha rmirtef the republican committee,, c nlmi
Ar..pihoe ceut tV, with the exception of Coe fei
congress, by 6,000 plurality. He thinks thlt
will offset the people's party plurality lnethei
II. H. Eddy, republican ler congress in the
second dlstriet, clulmn he is elected by from
3, COO te 4,000 plurality. Chairman Arbucklc.
of the people's party-democratic cemmittee,
gays Lake county reports 3,400 plurality for
the cntira ticket Cripple creek, the new mi
nlng camp, estimates Pulas', Pee , plurality at
1,200. Reports from ,u-n ether mining camp
estimate a populist plurality of 0,330 Chair
man MeKjnley, of the democratic state com
mittee, claims Maupln, Dem., for governor and
the entire tlcket have carried Las Animas
county by 1,000. He gives tbe state te the
people's party electors by 4,000 plurality, and
says there Is a strong probability that the
Iiepultsts have eleeted both congressmen and
linve gained control of the state legislature'
An estimate of the precincts in Denver,
casting 3,38t votes, shows a plurality for Harri
son of 4-7. In 1890 these same precincts gave
Routt rep., for governor, 9S4 Highlands, a re
publican suburb of Denver, gives Harrison 805
plurality. A telegram, from Pueblo te the
Weaver hoadquarters says that the city gives
the populists a plurality of 430, with tbe excep
tion of "Bell, for congress, who will have 1,200
plurality. The entlre county of Pueblo Is also
claimed for Weaver.
White RrvEB Junction, Vt, Nev, 0, Re.
turns from fifty Vermont towns give the tel.
lowing vote: Harrison, 12,705; Cleveland, 5,000;
llldwell. 413, scattering, 6. Same in 1888
gave Harrison 14,739. Clevelnnd, 5,610, Fisk,
405. Republican vote shows decrcase et 1,051,
or 13 per cent, und the democratic a decrease
of 4 or 7-10 per cent, the prohibition a gain et
38, or 0 per tent Tha second trial of voting
under the new ballet law was mere satisfactory
than the first The returns nre coming mere
premply tlian In September.
Bosten, Nev 9. Forty towns; Cleveland 7,.
302, Harrison 9,559. Halle 8,731, Russell 7,714
Compared with 1688, democratic gain 654.
Sixty-eight precincts give Russell 13,018,
against II, 771 last year; Halle 0,589, against
7,058 for Allen last year. Plurality for Russell,
Fifty towns in Massachusetts Cleveland 8,
052, Harrison 11,388, Halle 10,409, Russell 9,119.
Compared with '88, a net gain of 010, compared
with '91, net republican gain of 315,
Sixty towns give Cleveland 9,775, Harrison
13,2(4, Halle 12,107, Russell 10,309. Compared
with 18S8, a net democratic gain of 655; .com
pared with 1891 net republican gain et 370.
Eighty towns; Cleveland 11,754, narrisen 19,
KI8. Net democratic gain ever '88 of 665; repub
lican gain ever "91 of 4ia
One hundred and twenty towns give Cleveland
22,744, narrUen 31,415. Compared with 1838 net
democratic gain of 1,141.
Sixty-seven towns In eastern Massachusetts
give Halle, republican, for governor, a net gain
ever Allen's vote et last year et 810 votes. This
is au overage of twelve votes per towns. Thcre
nre 315 towns in the state, and if the same rate,
of gain holds throughout Halle's total net gain
will be only 4,252. Russell's plurality last year
was 6,405. Unless, therefore. Halle's net gain
shows an increase In the remalnlng towns,
Russell is re-elected.
One hundred and sixty towns; Cleveland 80,.
173, Harrison 42,312, democratic net gain ever
PmtADBLrniA, Nev. 9.-1:30 a. m Twenty,
niue oeuntloa, net Including Allegheny or Phila
delphia counties, glve Cleveland 1,475 plurality.
a democratic gain pf 9,401, Twcnty-three et
these counties show gains for Cleveland, while
sir show gains for Harrison.
Clearfield county, Cleveland about 900 plur
ality, a republican gala et 69. Fulton county)
Cleveland 3i5 plurality, a dcmocratle gain of 40,
Berks county, Cleveland's plurality 8,000, a dem
ocratic gain of 521. Snyder county, Harrison's
plurality 830, a dcmocratle gain of 07,
Milwaukee, Nev, 9. Twenty-seven voting
precincts in tbe state euwlde of Milwaukee
county give Harrison 3,880, Cleveland 3,661.
Same precincts ia 1888 glve Harrison 4,539,
Cleveland 3,885. Net republican less 634.
Fifty towns and products in the state give
narrisen a net plurality of 1,127 n net dcmo dcme dcmo
crateo gain ever 1888 of 383.
Ferty-ecvea precincts In Milwaukee, city and
oeunty, gave (Harrison 10,189, Cleveland, 10,057.
Later returns Ir-m the interior of the state
show that Harrison is rnnnlng behind the fig
ures of 1888.
One hundred snd thlrty-sevn prdclncts out
sldoet the elty et Milwaukee gave a net repub
lican plurality et l,4iw, a net domecratlo gain el
Leuisvn.Lt, Ky., Nev. ft The kangaroo bal bal
eot and eleAliv? tbe polls et, 4 o'elook have cut
down .the vete ia Kentucky materially. Popu
list and prohibition have a light vote. Ken.
tucky is eate for Cleveland by 25,000, and this
may grew te 40,000 for congress.
The domecrooy has sevea perfectly safe, and
there is very little doubt W. T. Ellis carried
his district two years age by 8,401, Against him
is Tem Pettlt, who was eleeted te the legls
lature by populists, from Davies, the largest
county in the dlstriet and J. F, Klmbley, a
Ellis has carried Davies count; by 1,000, a
decrease of 600, and Klmbley has carried Chris
tian by an Increase, but thn ether counties gtve
Ellis a ite'ral majority et.0t), and they will al
most tx-rululy fan htm through by 1,000 te 1,500
ea tha a4srtet
la 0 Third district W. Q, Hunter, rome
l,9et VStts, is 'tfeiMt esafrwsesaa Oec4ia
wfcose CTi4sr4y ?y 4Wwta HMitsaMu
counties, but the district is mountainous sad
Inaccessible, and 1 is election con only be taken
for granted, net as ccrtela In the Eleventh.
Silas Adims (republican) hds probably been
oheson te Succeed vUen (republican) but he
Is also In the mountains The democrats are
assured In the First dls'rlct that W. J. Stene
is ro-clccted. Fifth Ashcr O. Caruths, re
elected by 5.OJ0 majority; Sixth, A. S Berry el
Newport te succeed Dickersen (democrat);
Seventh, E. C urcckenridge, re-elected Eighth,
J. B. McCrcary, re-elected; Ninth, T. II. Point'
Louisa, Ky., Nev, ft Returns are coming in
from nearest voting precincts. Indications art
that the Australian ballet system has weaken,
ed the republican party in the county, losing tc
much of the colored vote, for the reason that
the ballet is complicated and many votes art
thrown out en technicalities. Tbe county hai
probably gene democratic about 75 votes. Lit
tic scratching has been dene.
RIVBrten, Ky., Nev. ft Repbullcans swept
the county, electing all their candidates' tot
loeal offices, and giving Cochran, for circuit
Judge, and ,Helt for Judge et the court et ap
peals, abelit 100 majority.
Lexinoten, Ky., Nev. 9. This dry gives tht
democrats a majority of 954. The republican!
elect thelr ticket In Bell county. Masen count
clcets the entire democratic ticket
St. Paul. Mtna, Nev, ft seventeen pre
cincts outside Twin Cities glv? Harriser
9S3 Cleveland 693; same in 1658 gave Hurrlxer
1,095, Cleveland U3: a net republican lets of 179
Twenty-three precincts in this state give Ncl
son l,2e2, Lawler 8C0, Dennelly 187. The same
precincts In 183 J gave Merriman 1,101, Wllser
818, Owen Oil, a net gain ter the republicans e)
11 ever two jcars age.
Topeka, lias., Nev. 8. The indications at
midnight still point te the clecllonef the Weav
er fusion electoral ticket nnd the defeat of the
fusion state ticket A dispatch from Wichlte
Bays that the returns from Scdgewlck ceuntj
are still Incomplete, but that the Weaver elect
ors have a geed majority. Lewelltng, tbe fuslec
candidate ter governor. Is running ahead of hie
ticket there,whilc Simpsen Is ninnlep behind It
Emperia gives Harrison 1,253 votes. Weaver
750: Curtis, K., for congress, 1,300. Wharten,
Shawnee county gives the straight republican
ticket a majority of about 2.000.
Hutchinson, Kas., Nev. 9. Leng, R., for
eengress, has.carrfcd- Rene county by a major
ity of 70J ever Simpsen.
Dns Moines, la., Nev. ft Twenty-seven pre
cincts give Harrison 3,323, Clevclind 3.280,
Bldwcll 00, Weaver 29L Net democratic gain
Sioux Citv, la., Nev. ft Indications arc
that the Eleventh district has given Harrison
a majority, nnd that Congressman Perkins
has been re-elected by the republicans. The city
has apparently rar.de republican gains.
Dbs MelKKS, Nev. 9. The State Register
claims Harrison will have a plurality of 25,000
In Iowa, and that the republicans will elect nine
or ten of the eleven congressmen, and the en
tire state ticket
St. Louts, Nev. 9 Twe hundred and eight
precincts glve Cleveland 5,520, Harrison 5,103,
Stene 5,333, Warner 5,290. Ten precincts In the
Eleventh congressional district give O'Nelll,
democrat, 555 plurality ever Jey, republican.
Kansab CjtV, Nev. ft Stene, democrat can
didate for governor, carries this (Jacksen)
county by about 3,000 votes ever Warner, repub
lican. Twe precincts in Jacksen county, outside of
Kansas City, give Cleveland 118, Harrison 68:
Stene, D , for governor, H7, Warner, It , CS. The
Twenty-seventh precinct of Kansas City gives
Cleveland 109, Harrison, 81. Stene 101, Warner
St. Leuis, Nev. 8 Fourteen precincts give
Cleveland 2,813, Harrison 2,581; Stene, D , for
governor. 2,670, Warner' R., 2,708.
St. Let'is, Nev. 9. Returns from four In
terior towns of Missouri show democratic gains
of 145 ever I8SS.
Kansas City, Nev. 9. Nine precincts out of
sixty-three give-Cleveland 1,293, Harrison 1,163,
Stene 1,279, Warner 1.28A
St Leuis, Nev. 9 Meager dispatches from
all parts of the state te the Republic indicate
net democratic gams of 7 per cent ever 1888.
This will give the state te Cleveland by 30,aw,
and te Stene (dem.), for governor, by 17,000.
Knoxville, Tcnn., Nev. 9 This congress
ional district gees republican te the tune of
Nashville, Tcna, Nev ft Congressman
Rlihardsen leads the democratic tlcket In the
Fifth congressional district
CnATTANOOOA, Tenn., Nev. 9. M 10 o'clock
Tuesday night from returns in band it is as
sured that tbe Third congressional district has
geno democratic by a larger majority than
usual. Cleveland's majority In this congressional
district will be about 1,200, as irdlcated from
returns et hand. The third party ete was far
lighter than expected.
Nashville, Tenn., Nev. ft Ti.rney, Memo Meme
crat, is elected governor by a geed majority
ever the combined opposition. The congres
sional delcgat'en will stand exactly as at pr s
ent eight democrats and two republican, as
First district Alf. Tayler, republican. Seo See
and district Jehn Houk, republlccn Third dis
trict II. S. SnedgrkRS, democrat Fourth dis
trict Benten McMlllin, democrat Fifth dis
trictJames E. Rlchnrdsen, democrat Sixth
district James E. Washington, democrat
Seveath district N. N. Cox, democrat Eighth
district B. A. Enlec, democrat Ninth district
J. C McDormet democrat Tenth district district
Jeseph Patterson, democrat
Richmond, Va., Nev .ft Forecast te 5 p.m.
from ten counties show democratic gains ei
PRTKRsntri'O, Nev 9 The democrats claim
the state for I'teveland by from 10,000 te 15,000,
Richmond, a., Nev. ft Official and semi-official
returns from thirty-two counties and dt
ies, including Petersburg, Norfolk, Lynchburg
and Alexandria, show democratic gains et
about 12,00a Cleveland's malerlty in the state
in 1888 was 1,653. The city of Petersburg gives
Cleveland a majority of 1,512, a democratic gain
Baltimore, Nev. ft Maryland is sure for
Cleveland. The count et the votes only remains
te give the plurality for the Democratic candi
date and his majority ever all.
BtHMiNanAM, Ala., Ner. ft Returns from
forty counties show actual domecratlo go,Ins, as
compared with the majority of 5,000 in the state
elections, et 21.0UX Returns from the black
belt or Negro counties, are exceedingly meager
but show a large Negro democratic vete and a
considerable vote for the straight republican
There are democratic losses i a Montgomery
and Birmingham, but this county, Jeffersen,
mero than compensates.
Pbnsacela, Flo., Nev. ft Tbe weather la
geed and the vote light in western Flerida.
This part et tLe state is practically unanimous
for Cleveland. Mallery, ter re-election te con.
Kress, Is without opposition. Pensacola gives
Cleveland 2,000 majority. Weaver received
only 10 votes. There Is no republican ticket In
JACKSONVILLE, Flo., NOV.. ft The SUtU
dcmecratlQt executive cemmittee eaya that
Cleveland's majority In Flerida will be between
,000 and 80,000. Beth congressional districts
are dcmocratle by large majorities.
ATLAUTA. Qa., Nev. 9, Seven ty-elht pro
ducts outside Of Atlanta Vive Ckvelsaf J1.0W,
Harrison 8jpi, Wearer t.TM. Wiltea county
te demearaste by six or mea lwai wafrr
SAVANNAH, O., 14ev.ft-.Tk4) J? CV
srl0ff MAssfPMM JbsvV'M'T VWfi wlmi rNpb
i,, k tPmwuq H. TWv n
New Onions, .Nev, ft Tbe demecratit
state central committee claim, and the republi
can committee tedesde, the election of the en
lire' delegation te congress, add that tbe alaU
ecs for Clevcland by mero than 50,000 majority
A singular feature about the eloctlen Is tin
fact that Harrlsen'si vote Is larger in 'every
district than that of fusion or third party can
didates for congress.
West Point, M's., Nev. 9. Tbe second
coneresilenal district conceded te be the enlj
close district In tbe state, hus gene for Hard
money (democratic) by 2.UW majority evci
Frank Burldtt (peeple's party). This result
Insures n solid domecratlo delegation in con
press and tbe state for Cleveland by at least
Celumdcs, O., N'ev. 9 2:30 a. m. The rqpub
llcan Btate committee shut up shop and went
home. Chairman Dick claimed that the repub
lican plurality in the state would be 23,000, and
that the republicans had elected fourteen con
gressmen, tha defeat et nedge being conceded.
Gov. McKinley, in the light of Inter returns
had corrected his estimates. He hed received
returns from 309 precincts in the state eutstdt
et Cincinnati and Cleveland, and they showed a
net republican gain of 1,817, or five te s
precinct. Conceding republican losses et
700 In Cincinnati and 1,000 in Cleveland, the
ratio of gain outside of these cities, If main
talncd, would give a net republican gain el
about 9,000. Making allowance for a decrease
of the ratio of gain, the republican galnt
throughout the state would mere than counter
balance the losses In the cities and that tht
republican plurality In Ohie would net be lesi
than 23,(00, and would probably reach nearly
At 2 o'clock Tuesday morning the claims el
the cnmp.ilgn chairman are widely npartChair
mnn Farley and Cel. W A. Toyler, democratic
candidate for secretary of state, de net fee)
Justified In conceding a republican presidential
malerlty of mero than 10,00) or 12,-
000 in Ohie. It this estimate heldi
geed it U believed that the republican candi
date for secretary of state will net carry the
state by mere than 5,0 0 te &000. These fig
urcs are derived from rough estimates en scat
tering returns, and may vary In tbe light of
Mt. Vermen, Nev. 9 1:30 a. m. Latest ad
vices indicate th it M D Harter and Tem L
Jehnsen, democratic congressional candidates
in the Fourteenth aud Twenty-first districts,
respectively, are elected, although there Is still
room for doubt
Celumduii, Nev. 91 30 a. m. Gov. McKIn
ley and his friends are making the closest
figuring of the evening en Ohie. With 453 pre
cincts In Ohie heard from the net demo
cratic gain wns 1,499. At this ratio the
republican plurality in the statewlll be reduced
te H.eua Authentic information came te the
governor from the Fourteenth district that M
D. Hartcr had defeated E. O. Jehnsen for con
press, and O J Hedge, the republican candl
date In the Twenty-first district was defeated
by Tem L. Jehnsen.
This gives the democrats eight congressmen
surely, end the democratic committee claims
with reason that Pearson has defeated Cel
Poermon in the Sixteenth. Returns from the
Ninth district are meager, but it seems probable
that Ritchie, democrat has defeated Ashley,
republican. Indications new point te the fol
lowing make-up et the Ohie delegation in con
gress. Democrats Houk, Lay ten. Dena van, Ritchie,
Outhwalte Hare, Harter, Pearson, Richards
and Tem L. Jehnsen lft
Republicans Storer, Caldwell, Hullck, Wil Wil
eon, Streng, Enochs, Gresvener, Van Voorhis,
Morgan, Northway and White 11.
Wilmington, N. C, Nev. ft The result el
the election in this state shows a sweeping dem.
ecratlc victory en both state and national tick,
cts. The state ticket ran ahead, but Cleveland's
majority will be very large. S. B. Alexander
(Dem ) Is re elected te congress from this, the
Sixth district by an overwhelming majority
ever Maynerd, third party candidate. New
Hanover county, which Includes this city, elects
the whole democratic ticket. Cleveland's ma
jority In the county may reach TOO, a gain of 1,700
ever the vote of 16i8.
CHARLESTON, S. C NOV. ft With the pos.
sible exception of the Seventh district, Seuth
Carolina returns a solid democratic delegation
te congress and cheeses nine democratic elec
tors. The congressional delegation will stand
as follews: W II. Brawler, re-elected, W.J
Talbert, A. C. Lattimcr, Geerge W. Shell, re
elected; T. J. Strait Jehn L. McLaurla In
the Seventh district the candidates are Gen. E.
W. Melse, democrat, and G. W. Murray (col
ored), republican. The district has a very
large colored majority.
Galveston, Tex., Nev 9, Vote about the
same as In 1888, when Cleveland had 180,000
plurality. Complexity of situation will render
returns very Inte.
Galveston, Tex., Nev. 9 The vete will
probably net exceed that of 1888, when Cleve
land's plurality was 160,0.0.
Housten, Tex., Nev. 9. Bevend the fact that
Cleveland has carried the state nothing definite
will be known before Wednesday, as only a few
Insignificant boxes have been counted.
Cincinnati, Nev. 9. Tbe Enquirer Wednes
day mern'ng seys Grever Cleveland defeated
Benjamin Harrison for president The result
leaves no room for doubt It Is decisive. Mr.
Cleveland baa carried New Yerk, New Jersey,
Illinois, Connecticut, West Virginia, Indiana,
and in fact every state that has been placed in
the doubtful column. The south remains solid.
Alabama, which had been claimed by the repub
licans as debatable ground, gives Cleveland a
plurality of 6,0vt New Yerk city alone gives
Clevcland 70,000 plurality the state S0,00a The
democrats claim the next national heuse by a
majority of 50
A l.enir Trump.
Chicago, Nev. 0. Chris Miller will
lcave this city Tuesday night for New
Orleans, where, en Friday or Saturday,
he will beffin his walk around tbe
United States. He will re west through
Texas, up through California te British
Columbia nnd then around the great
lakes te New Yerk and New England,
and after walking around Maine will
go south along the Bea-beanl and finish
his tramp in New Orleans, the point of
starting. He will walk the entire dis
tance, and believes that he can mnke
the trip in two years.
An ludlan Uprlnlnqr.
Kansas Citv, Nev. 0. Gen. Miles,
who has been investigating the reports
of an uprising among the Chcyennes
and Arnpahoe-Indians, cenfims the re
ports., lie says thej Indians can net
profitably cultivate the lands allotted
te thorn, and have spent all the meney
given thorn for the reservations they
Burrendenjd. The government rations
have been reduced, and unless, the dis-.
tress whieh is sure te prevail is relieved,
an outbreak will be mere than prob
able. The Vete lu Wisconsin,
, Milwaukee, "Wis,, iSev. 0. There ia
jDvery Indication of a very, large, vete In
the state, and. the probability is that It
will exceed the, vete of 18S3 by 25,000.
Deth political committees express con
fidence In the, result Jn the state, but
the probabilities favor the democrats
for both electoral and state tickqts.
' ' t i
Non-CaleuUfc Beatei ,
HOXUTKAD, F,t Nev. CL OutM-pp
AtseeU, ft IteUfta -aM'WtafewlfirM.tris
UM etf JD&kMM itnMt, mvxiik erfUr
eUrk, Monday tirfnijttjv pja4,i4HTiWjr
mHmsMK Jkw ytn.ntWm
stML If tflw Mai
cur erncKHs. . ,,
Mayer. . . ...... B.E.rcarce,Jr .
CltrClerle., Martin A. O'Majsv
Collector and Treasurer. . , K. A. Cecnra, 3$.
iripieum. ... ,... . ...... .wm.ww
Assessor . -.... ........ .A.N. Kt:
Weed and Ceal Inspector ...... vvuuam imvs
City Proseoutor ....
City Physician... ,
City Undertaker . ,
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. . O. A. Means 8eaH
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, airs. Durae a. ueppr i,t
Mute First T7wrdai Evtnine in Each Menth. VJl
William II. Cox, President,
(1) W. H. Cox.
(2) Rebert FJcklin,
(3) uennrd uuey.
(2) M. F. Kuhee,
(3) C. B. Pearce, Jr.
. TTiirtf ll'ard.
(1) K. W. FiUgerald,
(2) H. It. niorbewor,
3) it, ii.ne weii.
(1) Gee. C. FlemlBg
(2) H. T. Haulman,
(3) J. I, Salisbury.
(1) Gee. Bchroeder,
(3) ltuf us Drydea.
(uj i. v. .uaticrman.
Tbe -flu-urea Indicate the number of rears 2
encn ixunciimau nas 10 serve irum j nnuar j, s,.
1892. . Wl
.. . . " .... . m r- jp
Confldence Ledgo Ne. 52 Meets tiret Mon
day nigh tin each month.
Masen Ledgo Ne. 343 Meets second Monday
nlirht in each month.
Jluysvllle Chanter Ne. 9 Meets third Mon
day night in each month.
MayBVllleCommttiideryNe.10- Meets fourth
Monday night In each month. - ,
DeKalb Ledgo Ne. 12 Meets every Tuesday
Ringgold Ledgo Ne. 27-Meets every WodneS; tag
uay nigni. :,
Pisgah Encampment Ne. 9 Meets second '
nnd fourth Mendnvs in overv month. ".
uanten Maysviue we. s Meets wiraa-inaBy .jj
night In each month. M
Friendship Lodire no. 42. u. 01 it Meets
first Monday night In each month.
KNIOHTS Or PYTHIAS.
Limestone Ledgo Ne.36 Meets every Friday
Mnvsville Division Ne. 8. U. BMeets first j.
Tuesday In every mentn. , "ti
vasninfriontRrape. .Meets every auurs
day night. -
a. a. it. 1
Jeseph Heiser Pest Ne. 13 Meets first and
luiru Duiuiunje mi iuvu ujuiitu. .
M. u. iiuicmns v,uuiinu. . O. VI . J1COU J,
first and third Wednesday's of the month. '
Weman's Relief Cerns Meets second and
fourth Saturdays In eneh month.
k. or n. ca
Jinvsvllle Ledgo Ne. 2778. Meets first and '
third Tuesdays In each month.
St. Patrick's Bonevolent Secibty Meets
every second Sunday.
Sodality of the B. V. M. Sleets every Sun
day. Fnther Mathew Total Abstlnence Beciety
Meets first Sunday In each month.
Ancient Order of Hibernians Meets third ',1 .
Sunday in ench month. . Jjl
KniKiits or t. jenn Meets evcry xuesaay
German Heller society Meets nrst Menaay
night in eticb month.
Acacln Ledge Ne. 24, F. A. M. Meta second"
Wednesday night in each month. ?
Mt Hermen Chapter Ne. 8, It A. M. Meets
second 1'rlduy In each month.
Pnlostlne Cammandcry Ne. 6, K. T. Meols
fourth Friday in each month.
a. u. 0. e. r.
May sville Star Ledge Ne. 1918, Meets first
and third Friday night In each month.
Household of Ruth Ne. 87. Meets seceud
Thursday night In each month.
DAUGHTERS OF THE TABERNACLE.
Conge River Tabernacle Ne. 80. Meets first
Thur.-day In each meqtli.
DAUailTERS Or THE GOOD 8AMATUTAN.
Evuns Ledgo Ne. 9. .Meets first Wednesday
night in each month.
C. B. F.
Geed Will Ledgo Ne. 40. Meets first Satur
day and third Wednesday night In each month.
Yeung's Temple Ne. 44. Meets first Monday'
night In ench month.
a. A. R.
McKinnPvnn Pest Ne. 100. Meets fourth Sat
urday nhrht in ench month.
Weman's Relief Cerps Ne. 2b. Meets first
Tuesdiu In each month.
Hen A. E Cele, Judge Maysville
J. II. Siillee, Commonwealth Att'y...Maysville .
HenD PHrry, Clerk Maysviue
Allan 1). Cele. M aster Commissioner. MaysvlUe '
Masen -At Maysville, Tuesday after the bee- '
end Monday In January, April, July and Octo
ber. Fleming At Flcmlngsburg, third Monday In
May and November.
Greenup At Greenup, fourth Monday In
Februiiry and August 1
Lewls At Vanceburg seceud Monday in
June and December.
Nicholas At Carlisle, Tuesday after third
Monday in September and leurth Monday In
MASON OOUNTT OOCBT.
Meet Second Monday In Each Menth.
Thes.R.rhlster.PresidlnK Judge.. MaysvUle
Charles D.Ncwell, County Attorney.Maysvllle
T. M. Pearce, Clerk Maysville
Jehn W. Alexander, Sheriff. Mayavllle .
Sam P. Forinefuonuuesl Maysvllle
Rebert C. Kirk, Jailer Maysville.
Jehn D Roe, Corener Maysvllle
Jehn C. Everett, Assessor ,. .Maysvllle
G, W. Blatterman, Scheel Sup't... ..Maysville -
IQuarterly Court meets Tuesday after the
second Monday in March, June, September
nnd Deccmber, and has civil Jurisdiction te
the nmountef $200.1
Maysville Ne. l.JehnL. Grant, Magistrate,
holds court the first Tuesday in each month.
Jacob Miller, Magistrate, holds court the
fourth Tuesday in each month. Wm. B. Daw Daw
Maysvllle NO. 2. T. J. Pickett, Magistrate
holds court the first Saturday In each month.
William l'epper. Magistrate, holds court the ,
fourth Saturday in each month. J. B. McNutt
Dever James Earnshaw and Frank Luns
ford, Magistrates, bold courts en the first and
third Wednesdays In March, June, September
and December. -Jehn Hunyon, Constable. .
Mlnerva-O. N. Weaver and Jeseph M.Bar,
Magistrates, held courts en the first and third
Thursdays in March, June, September aa4
December. William B. King, OenstAble.
Gurmantewn Leslle H.Mannen and Wm. L,
Woodward. Magistrates, held courts en th
first Friday and third Saturday in March,
June. September and December. William
Sardls J. M. Ball nnd James II, -Grtesby,
Magistrates, held courts en the second and
fourth Saturdays In March, JuneSeptember
and Decoraber. A. J. Suit. Constable. .
Maysllck-Charles W. Williams and J. P.
Hay raend, Magistrates, bold courts en the sse sse
end and fourth Fridays In Match, June, Sep
tember and December. James B. Hobersea,
Lewisburg Isaae L. Mellvaln and Jese
M. Alexander, Magistrates, held courts ea M
second and fourth Thursdays In March, J ,
Soptember and December, 8. M. Strode, Oesv.
Orangeburg M. D. Farrew and Lewis X. ;
Oellls, Maglstratea, bold courts en the set
Saturday and last Monday in March, Jims,
September and December. W. H. CeryU,
Washington-Edward Belfry and Artkur V.
Weed, Magistrates, bold courts cm th fexwtst
Tuesdays and third Wodnedys hi.matsti,
June, September and December, gteeya O.
Getrgin, Oonstable. . -
Murnhvsvllle Jehn K. WelU aU W. V.
WorthinKten, MMistratcs, heM eHs
f eurtli MeadaysMid third Tu4mn hi
June, September and December, m
Kern LMf-Bamuel . MaMlh iMm4lkB,
Owmm. mm,UHm tm tHPiP
stt IH(s4 4sSsparssfej7SBm assftsf
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