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M Ml'.llt ll. UK HMOM). VA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, lss?. ONE (EXT.
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WE HOLD THE FORT!
THE DEMO! R V.TS SWEEP 'lill
SOLID -I Wi -ul TU AND
HOLDS [TS OWN
The Richmond District siill in (he
Line Nu Definite Return, from
oilier \ irzinia Districts.
Ill 1. IS A ll
1 ? >r New York < 'ity.
.Irwin Elected Mavor.
THREE CHEERS FOR THE GALLANT
DEMOCRACY OF THE
\T.< TK IT u HEELING INTO
LINE, AM) KEW JERSEY
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Of thc General Result.
The election yesterday passed off quiet?
ly. Hui few* arrests were made. Several
for disorderly conducl and two for illegal
i ration. To the credit of botb \\ bite
and colored, Deuiocral and Republican
? lection. Tbe \
iii! have been,
inii the majority i lhan it n
(tutside of Jackson Ward tin Ili'iniMi
.lid nol wink willi much vim. They
' weakened from 11?*? start, and v
. illili* to rally.
In Jackson Ward the} voted to the
last man and carried them np on stretch
In fact, they stretched their majority
i after nightfall wd gath*
in front of The Times buildio
learn the result.
The returns came in very slowly, and
u, re announced aa fas! a-* possible.
Owing t" some defeel in the apparatus
the Impressions were nol as good as were
desired, but they made a vei 1 un*
:,,n upon the crowd, who chi
enthusiastically i verj Democratic ma?
About IO o'clock, v. lu n there wu a
lull in the receipt of ne**. -. Thi Times
announced thal G< H waa
elected by a large majority; thal ll<">\Itl
mowed Henrj G under In
fork, and thal the Democrats had
ide Radicals on the ron In Ifasaat bu
:uhI wound up by bidding all good night
and pleasant dreams.
The crowd then good-naturedly dis*
pened, with cheers !<>?? Wise and the
united Democracy of the Land.
Belo** will be found the offlci
the city of Richmond as received from
the headquarter! of the Democratic Com
M \L ll .LL W ARD?
Fire! precinct, 32*4 158
Third precinct, 879 816
? lill I i;-o\ WARD?
First precinct, 123
net, 364 198
Third |ire< inct, 224 1"?
M MU-nN SS ARD?
Fire! precinct, 183
?el precin 165
Thinl precinct, 91
Fourth precin 167 98
MON ROI WARD?
Firs! precinct, 360 134
el precinct, 363 1 LS
Third precinct, '.''il 224
Fourth precinct, 159
Fifth ineie 291 90
i I. W ? tRD?
Fir*-i precinct, 638 80
Thinl precinct, 361
Fourth precinct, 346 102
JACKSON W \l.
?ul precinct, 53 549
Thinl precinct, 182 565
?h precinct, 247 494
'HU ti. v<
e's maj oi 2,107
'1 nial vote polled
Thc Banner Precincts.
While every precinct did it*- duty well,
too much ereilii cann ed the
Firsl pn I < laj Wan! and the
The strongholds of the Tammany Club
covered themselves with glory, and
at evei \ prec'ncl where the i u kera
and laboring men were in the major!
soli.; polled. Awaiti hones! me?
chanics of Itichmond have beaten down
black Republicanism and Bealla
Honor to Whom Honor is Dm*.
The action i-f Mr. William ll. Mullen,
the labor candidate, in withdraw in.
doubt turned the tide of victory in Mr.
and due credit should be
given to hiin and Bethi
all, Connor, Devine, and in fact to all of
hi- supporters. These gentlemen, how?
ever, timk an active part in the canvass
the last two dav*- and worked with a
;i yesterday the iii*>?t slanderous
Btories were in circulation about Mi.
Mullen in connection with this election,
but he can laugh his discomfited and de
moralized scorn The labor men
helped to bury the Mash-Quarter candi?
date beyond the hope of resurrection
A.s the dav broke grandly and glorious*
ra re-united Denn i the night
?fell .ni a s ictorious one, al li a ai
this city is concerned. Tha' it to
be most heartily desired. Ri< hmond
be 1 democratic, and her Demoi i
now standing together as brethren must
| Strike every time for your rights Inside
the party rank
All honor to all w ho contributed to
result, and Tn?. Times would Iii.,
have 3,107 first class chromos to
out in honor of the majority tor V
and the administration.
M \M 111 -I IL
majority (official), 241
The following are the official inajoritii -
in Hen rico county :
Hardin's Shep, ri
Souther's St< 112
Bram's Store, 29
. 8 Kuall, 10
Carter'- More, ?24
Waddi ll'.- majority, 415.
?lin i;-' BOM
The vote at Schumacher's precinct, in
T o count]
iddill, li - major?
ity, 24. This ls a ? ? t 'onfede
i in this precinct.
Rm Wi-f. 259; Wai!.lill. 'J!*!.
< III . ' LD.
M v vi:-. Waddill,57. .
Ettrick ? ? .: Wt lill 184
v. BOT I'"IN I .
Wi?' rity, 110.
lilli. :in. 1,786; Page, Demo
is, majority, 111.
11 .nville gives I a tell, Demot rat. i??*?
majority. North Danvilli?Cabell, 37ma
Brown, independent, reported elected
in Washington special, but there i- no
?n for the report except conjecture.
A Washington (.pedal says that Hop?
kins, Labor candidate, i arries I.-, nchburg
liv ."inn majority. Qriffin is 00 doubt
ALIA WUK! \ I ITT.
Lee, Democrat, 1,075; Ellam, Republi?
can, 729 Lee's majority, - i*>.
lui I- \ COI !. i HOI
Lee, 173; Blain, 210. Kl.un'.- majority,
it, Republican, lia- 19 majority In
Staunton. No other return- received,
HEBB w i; Bl
Selma, Ala., November 3.?Returns
from principal precincts of the Fourth
ressional district Indicate the return
ot Davdison, present member, by 1,200
majority over Turner | negro Republican |
and McDuffie (white Republican). Turner
ls Mci) nlie .'il...ut 2,000 votes.
Indications from the State leavi
doubt of the election of the entire dele?
gation ol s Democrats. Elections
iniet. Vote full.
!! .m roi:!-. Noveml Phirty-flt e
town-* give i he Republicans 9 ?;?"' I; Dem
Prohibition, 89. ; Labor,
1 \-', R. .1. Vance, I li mocrat, has been
elected in the Firsi I "donal district.
Paul, Minn. November 2. ?The
election I., day has been the liteliesl
known in the Slate, and an unusually
? ama have begun to come in. and
-how large Democratic _rain*> in all parts
.if the State, ami it i- generally conceded
thai Ames, the Democratic candida.!
. rnor ia elected with the entire Dem*
iii.- -.title ticket.
Bdmun . candidate for Con
in the Fourth district; Judge Mc
!' lld, in the Third, ami Judge wilson
in the Pint, all Democrat-, are elected.
Kn a and John Find, in the
Fifth ami Fir-t I onal districts,
are the Republican < ongressmen eb
There are many country town- from
w hich it will in- impossible iflicial
returns til! to-morro\n.
N ' u ""i obk, November 2
election distrii ts Hewitt li
' >86, .toosevell 60,005, \\ ard
as follows: 'I Elewitl
l ii i ? . OBS Di'.I.I.o M ION.
The following Democrats are certainly
elected in Nevi _'ork: T. J. Campbell, 8.
- i .. B. ( ochran, F. li Spinola,
Felix ? amp!- bald Bliss, W Q
Stuhlmaker, A. .!. Cummings, Gen. L. S.
Kn ce an I T. A Mi rriam.
I .. i ..'. 11 November 2 I ine hun?
dred and forty pr 512 in
Hamilton county shovi a majority for
Robinson, Republican, Si i retary of
1,690; Butterworth, Republi?
can, ' ress Firsi district, 2,500 ma
jority; Brown, Republican, Second dis*
trict, I 600 majority. Two hundred
ie voting precincts In the State
-?how net Republican gain of :'>.sr? over
Foraker - vote.
I'ri i -i.i bo, Noi ember 2 t -airman
Brennan, of the Democrat ie County Com?
mittee, concedes B lion bj 8,000
tn the stat...
Reports from Pennsylvania Indicate
Republican gains. The Republican ma?
jority will doubtless!-- 80,000.
? I ill ( -ROLINA.
The ne --iona! delegation will
be: First district, Sam Dibble; Second
distrii it. D. Tillman ; Third dis*
trill, .limn- S. Cothran; Fourth district,
W. II. Pern ; Fifth district, John -I
ileiii'.hi!!. sixth district, Oeorge W.
.ii. Seventh district, William ___?
liott (probably elected).
The T':i. -
W V-IUNi. I'.N, li. C., N"V. 2, I"
110 P. M.i indicate that Hewitt carries
S ? Vui'k by -j."-.min plurality. Returns
from fin? districts in New York -how
II. witt'- vote 09,011; Rooty reit, 18,494 ;
George, H.*>sr. Thia corers three-fourths
of tiie roting districts of New York.
In Massachusetts Ann*- (Republican) is
8,000ahead,and .viii probably have about
12,000 majority. Henry Cabot Lodge and
Ranney are elected to Congrt h ha M
The New York Timu concedes
H. witt'-, election, am! puts his rote at
about 90,000. Roosevelt and George are
Beck and neck. Report! fruin Cincin?
nati -how an increased Republican ma?
jority. Indication-are that Ohio will he
Republican by 15,000. No Congressional
returns of SUfflcieut importance to base
any estimate on the Bouse, though
there is m. reason to suppose the Demo?
cratic majority will be leia than 20.
nor i Dem.) i- elected in the Fourth
Maryland di-trirt hy 7.'il** plurality.
Rush (Dem.) ii elected in the Third dil
? lal to The Til
\v libing roK, D.( No ember 2.
Reports from New Jersey show a gain
for the Democrats. They have elected
the Governor, with the Legislature in
doubt. Both Democratic Congressmen
wen- re-elected In Florida. Blanchard,
Newton, and Robertson. Democrats,
elected In Louisiasa to Congress Ne?
braska i- Republican by 25,000. The
Republican majority iii ohio is ahout
30,000 e gain of four Congressmen.
Twenty-two districts of Washington
county, Md.,give McComas ?'>?'<* majority,
with one district yet to hear from.
I. itest reports from Massachu
the indications are that there ls no choice
\'m Governor by the people. A
lal to The Tim
W \-m\'. i"\. I) inlier 2.
Kinney, of Massachusetts, who made
the tremendous fight for the Bell Tele?
phone people against Garland and his
company, is defeated by Morse Demo?
crat, by 500 majority. Foran, of Ohio,
has gained in ten wards 1,040 over the
'?mi has yet 2,000 to
overcome. Sii hundred and seventy-two
eleition districts iii New York
li.-w in ;; ".; I ta e 51,548 Roose
reit, 53,188 Smalls (colored Republican
member of the Bouse from South Caro
member of the
lina) -id Create*
lina) sid Pleated. a
[Special to Thi I
\\ isrino. -ton, D I Non mber 2.
Republicans are claiming a gain of two
\ Irginia. They claim the election ol
in the Tenth and Harrier in the
Ninth district. The Democrats claim
have SUrely elected Croxton ill the
First d the Third, Cabell in the
Fifth, Griffin in the Sixth, < I'Ferrall in
the Seventh, and Lee in the Eighth dis
trict. Thc Republicans claim Howden in
the Second, Gaines in the Fourth. Bowen
in the Ninth, and Yo-t in I I i b dis?
- ,,-i. hundred and eighty-nine pre
< nuts in New Yuri*, give Hewitt 90
George, 64,58*6 reit, 60,000, Hen
itt'- vute uiii be aiiout 93,000; Gi
66,000; Roosevelt, 61,00 A
? ? ia! rt. The I in
w \-iiiM.iiiN. D. C., November 2.
Gibson, I lemocrat, is re-elected in the
Fir-t Maryland; show. Democrat,in the
nd, Reese, Democrat, in the Third;
Raynor, Democrat, in the Fourth ; Comp
toa, in the Fifth. The Sixth is in doubt.
This last district is a Republican -t.
lal to The Tin.
\V IABINOTOB, H. C., Noveinl.i r ',*.
It is reported that O'Hara (the colored
Republican from North Carolina)isde
l, thus wiping ont tin colored repre
it ion in tin- next Congress
lp to thi- tiine the I?i inui rats have lost
ahout eight memben of Congress, ami
the Republicani four, mtklftg ? net Rc
publican .rain in the House of four, They
will gain ahout four more in Ohio, and
thus probably cal down the Democratic
majority to ahout 'Jil.
The indications point tu a Demueratic
majority of ahout '.iO,<IOO lg New York
State, though what etTect it will he on the
Le '-i-laturr cannot yel he told A
THE LATEST FROM WASHINGTON
W \-uini. r*.n I> ? v ember 2.
Nevi fork city i Hewitt (D wat>
M yoi \ OO plurality S 1
York State Is verj close, but probably
iblican by a -mai! majority. M
chusetts and New Hampshire very close;
-o inileh M that il i- doubtful if tim peo?
ple have elected the Governor in either
\ jr ia Democratic by a
-mall majority, but the Legislature is in
doubt. Connecticut elects a Republican
ilature. Pennsylvania is Republican
by 85,000 majority. Ohio is Republican
by 20,000 and a gate off oar CongresoMi
by the Republicans. Virginia?? gain of
t iro Congressmen by the RepubUcaiis. In
Maryland all Democrat- SIC elected ex?
cept in the sixth district, which li doubt?
ful Two colored Republicans are de?
feated for re election in North and South
lina. Phelan i Democrat i i- elected
in tbe Memphis district.
The House will probably he Demo?
cratic by from 15 to 25 majority; the
Senate will not he materially changed,
except that Indiana will likely run a
Democrat ti -m ciel Harrison, while
there i- possibility of a gain in Nevi
THE GENERAL RESULT.
The return-; from the Southern Slates
are verj Incomplete, lt i- known,how?
ever, that 'he Democrats have swept
smith Carolina, Alabama, and Georgia.
The return- from North Caroline arc
meagre, hut the chance- favor the Deaso
From tlie Western -dates hut litth
definite news ha- been received. Both
panie- claim < >hio.
In Massachusetts the race between An
drews, Democrat,and Ann-. Republican,
im- been close, with chances in favor of
the latter. Collin- i- re elected in one ot
the Boston districts, ami Ranney, Repub?
lican, tin- [Treat I mil Telepho ie champion,
i- defeated by Leopold Morse, Democrat
:iml former member of Congress.
In Connecticut the Democrats have
Hilde a Splendid fight, hut the ii -alt i--'
In Nea fork city Hewitt i- elected
>r,and tin- Democrats have an imbro-*
ken delegation in the aext < !ongn Hm
returns received indicate the election ol
ii.un (Democrat tor Judge of thc
( olin of Appeals.
In New Jersey nothing can he itate-l
uIth certain.*) a- to the result.
Pennsylvania ha- gone Republican, and
('alifornia, it I l. the same
In Maryland the Democrats elect tu*
merni i the sixth in
doubt. Victor Baughman I . Mr.
n ' Republican) close in thal dis?
In Baltimore Findley, Independent, is
y Raynor by a large majority.
In the Richmond district Wise is cer?
tainly ehcied by a- if.. i majoi
not larger, than in 1881
Since the above was penned later dis?
patches indicate the election of '.teen
k>vernorof New Jersey. In Massa?
chusetts eight Republicans and four
Democrat- an- elected to Congress j
Democrat li The indica?
tions are th.i! lin- Democrats have car?
In New Hampshire, the old Granite
State, tie- Democrats have made i,,
and it i- not believed that th* n*
will bean election of Governor bj the
In W<-; Virginia Snyder (Democrat) ia
reelected to t
In Kentucky, Turner, Speaker< arlisle,
ami Breckenridge (Democrats) sis ?nr
McKinney (Democrat) i- reported
elected ro Congress in Nen Hampshire.
.Vu Ii.imp-.hiiv ha- liol had H D*'ino
eratic Congressman for sixtern years.