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RICHMOND, VA., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, issn.
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THE "TIMES CARRIERS ARE
DIREt TED TO COLLECT WEEKLY
SH I i:\ pg a WEEK.
( Mic of the u-ual lri-h riot- i- reported
near Belfast. N"1 -"ly killel.
The st,,,,, factory of Shaw, Coding A
at Portland, Me . was destroyed by
tire. L< KW.
' Ixford, N. C., has had a destructive
In the bii-ines- portion of the
| . > OOH.
The latest return- from Brooklyn indi*
? ate that White IS beaten by Kn ll by a
The Vermont Houaeof Representatives
i ite ot 135 to 82 a bill
iffrage to women.
At Shreveport. La., Dr. T. <i Ford -ho'
and killed John c. Kirkpatrick. Domes
tic troubles was the cause.
\ hie yesterday morning desti
nine small dwellings in Algiers, opposite
N'.w Orleans. The lo-- i- estimated at
At Au i. ,.. yesterday, Walter
?ed 18, cul ami killed Thomas
.Mitchell for striking him in th" face with
condemned Anarchists in < !hi
are jubilant over the large labor vote
polled in that city and for Henry < ?
The National Prison Association, of
which Genera] Rutherford B
Ohio, is president, will meei at Atlanta.
Schooner Anna Hutcheson ha- arrived
at New York with six survivors of crew
Spanish bark which was wrecked in
mid-ocean < October 9.
have been appointed in
nia as follow -: Mattie .1. Shannon,
Hollow, Smyth county, and K. K.
Martin, Virginia Keach.
Th. attention j- invited to the
from Bulgaria. Th' editor
"t yet been built w ho c:iii -o care?
fully condense thai subject.
The National Kine steamer A mei
from New York, arrived al Antwerp yes?
terday alter -ix dav- and
ly-two hours and forty-nine minutes.
John Hooley, advance agent for the
utting his throat in hi- room at a ho
< Hean, N. .1. It i- believed he was
i'. Farrington, of the linn of K.
Detroit, fell down an elevatoi
fiom the second story ami fractured hi
skull. He will probably die.
1 luncan G Gaicelon, a ( hie,..?,. _? rain
dealer, made an assignment in the County
Court yesterday morning io Kenneth ii.
Snioot. His liabilities are placed at
ono ami hi- a-f-ei- a! $17,000.
Fran. I >. Bacon, a commercial tra** i
;! fifty years ami married, com?
mitted suicide at New Haven, Conn., by
cutting ld-?? throat. He was despondent
because of illness, He was a brother of
the late Colonel Bacon.
Walter I b Stinson, a nepln w of Mr.
Blaine, was married in Augusta >
dav. The bride i- a daughter of Howard
Owen, ihe editor t>\' the Maim Farmer.
Mr. Blaine gave the young couple bis
blessing and $100 in gold.
bard Preston, dealer in worsted
and tailor-' trinin. ? on. ha- disap?
peared. It is learned 1 hilt for -ollie I ime
be has been dabbling in stocks and
bas borrowed sums trom personal friends
lo ihe amount of $150,000.
The four-story brick warehousi
Krait street, Baltimore, owned ami occu
pied by John K Hudgins & Co commis?
sion merchants, waa destroyed by tire at
an early hour yesterday morning. The
. -'dilated at $15,000, pariialK cov?
ered bj Insurance.
The Labor Movement in Politics
\i w York, November 8.?The edito?
rials in to day*- paper- present a
contrast to those of ihe past few weeks
in their Ireatim nt ot the labor movement
in politics The strength of the move*
,_,.?, .. [, | "LMii/ed. and also the grid
ames which nave given rise to il The
winning party an- warned that ihe ques?
tions raised by Mr. George have cine to
stay, and must be grappled with. The
World especially emphasizes the state?
ment that there are certain wrongs which
are Clearly remediable and which "must
bc attended to."
TilK HOI SE DEMO* RATH Bl a WORK
I M. MAJORITY.
Morrl on ind Hurd 1 ?*<? i.-.-.t<*.l
Speaker < ! ar lisle tn I ><>wi>i
T lu* Virginia I delegation
OW w ill be found the Mum- U far
ceived up to one o'clock this morn
Tiny are -till meagre and iin-ati
.nd about the only hopeful thing
is the almost absolute certainty that the
erat- will stin control the Huns.- of
The new- hum Virginia, which will be
found in our < leni ral Resume, made the
telegraph editor vary tired, and accounts
for thia brief introduction,
Tin- Democrats have elected Wise id
the Third and Lee in the L'ighth, and
claim - I'Ferrall in the Seventh.
ter return- may alter thi-. bul the
above is the result as farasheard fruin.
BANI ni - ,
The vote by wards was as folio I
First Ward Vv
und \\ ard : \\ i-c 1,1 ; \\ addill, 57.
Third Ward Wise, 174; Waddill
Fourth Ward: Wise, 240; Waddill.
Total: I G; Waddill 484. W
(Ul- I I.Ul ll.1.1'
All the precincts in Chesterfield but
Clover Hill, Hancock's Stun*, and Win
ire hav c been heard from, and
1 the Republicans ha-, e n ma |orit> of 40.
The other precincts will make the rote
very close, and it is believed that the
Democrats will carn the county by a r
-mail majorit j,
Tin- unofficial returns from I len rico
give Waddill (Republican) 191 majority.
ll ?XO*i I
In Ilaic - i I majority, and
lhere i- a majoritj for removal of
the eoiii t-llOU
I MM WA
1 ?dia? ? POI i -- I - inher :: 1:30
/'. 1/ Late return- continue favorable
tO tl li'ail-. They hav e elected
i he foll ' men I L>v es.
First ; Johnston, Eighth ; Cheadle, Ninth;
Owen, Tenth; Steele, Eleventh. This is
lin of three districts.
< >n the state ti precincts give
the Republicans 87,201 ; Demo
81,919 a net Republii an gain ol 5,231.
The Republicans ba> e elected 11 mit of
100 members in the Lower Hou
Twenty-three distrii ? I uncer?
tain, bul the Republicans claim they will
have a majority on a joint ballot and re
turn Harrison to thi
I; vi.11 vi ' ovember 3.- - Full re
turn- do not i bange the result as an?
nounced last night. Five Democratic and
one Republican Coi i d are elected.
Boston, Novembei 3 The \
tuw ns and cit i< lie following
Governoi Ai publican, 120
Andrews, Democrat and Independent,
111,407 ; Latherop, Prohibitionist, si 1.
Detro N mber 3 The Tritium
claims thi Mate for the Republicans by a
plurality of fi ?,000 Allthe
reports received shovi Republican Lrains.
and there Beems to be lit!
the claim of a Fusion v ictory. Thc i on
First dist lid. ( hipinan
?s. cond, Mien i Republican i;
Third. O'Donnell (Republican); Fourth,
Burrows (Republican); Fifth, Ford (Fu?
sion I; Sixth, hieui i , Republican I
.nili. Whiting (Fusion); Eighth, I
nev i Fusion I; Ninth, < 'utcheon ? Re
publican] I nth, Fisher (Fusion);
Lb v int h. Mullan . Republii in This jg
a Republican gain of two. The Seventh
and Tenth district- are C ui-idered doubt?
ful by the Republii
Si Lot is, November 8. The entire
Democratic State ticket is elected The
Eighth, Ninth and Tenth Congressional
districts in this city elect representatives.
In the Ninth Glover (Democrat) was re?
elected "vcr Frank (Republican)bj a ma?
jority of ill In the Eighth district
O'Neil (Democrat) received ?,'.n? votes,
ami Cummings (Republican 5,608
vote- s majority for the funner of
1,309. In the city wards ot tin* Tenth
district then- was h close three
cornered fight between Curdy (Demo?
crat), Ledergerber (Republican), ind
Hatchford (Labor). The returns from
out-ide the city are very incomplete, but
indicate that (lardy is reelected by ii
reduced majority. The vote in this dis?
trict is very large.
Br. Paul, Minn. November ?'.?It
looks very muchea though the Democrats
will elect three out of live < 'UlJTfs-mcn
in this sta*. Steele ami Olmstead
counties, in tbe Firs! district, uaually
Republican, have gone Dem..eratic, inak*
lng it probable thai William Williamson
(Democrat) has defeated J. A. Lovely
I Republli IO It i- not likely that
McGill's majority for Governor will be
? ban 10,000, as moat of the reliable
Republican strongholds are yet to be
heard from. At this hour there is
nothing definite known.
Ni.w York, November 8.?Scattering
returns indicate the election of the en?
tire Republican ticket by twenty thou?
sand majority, excepting Congressman
in the Firsi district, who i- defeated by
from 1,000 to 1,500. The Democratic
Central Committee claim large gains In
the Legislature. Returns as yet are
(om ord, N H., November 3.?i toe
hundred an I ninety town- and wards
iwyei Republican,29,158;' logswell,
Hen. 58,262; Wentworth. Prohibi?
tionist, 1,660; scattering, ">l The -ame
to** ns in ? < urryer, 33,130; Hill,
:J0,588 M .on, 1,297; scattering, 415.
Republican loss of 1,638. The returns
show .a general and unexpected falling
off in the vote throughout the State.
Jersei N J., November ?'?. Kate
return- received by the Democratic State
< ommitti ?? at Taylor's Irotel give the
Democrat- two majority on joint ballot
in the Legislature. The Legislature ls
also claimed by the Republicans \N illiam
Mc -doo i ? t plurality ol 2,000 for Con*
\i nih district. In Hudson
county the entire Democratic county
ticket - el>" ted. Edwards (Democrat) fa
electi : - Senator bj about 1,000 ma*
i nit v over v. iggins i Republicani. < 1'Neil
I Democrat i is elected Burros i
\\: u-er by ;;i large majority, in thi \
-'milly districts the Democrats carried
eight out of ten, as follows: First, Second,
Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh. Eighth,
Tri ? ?' S ?! . November 3. lu the
Third (longrcssional district Keane Ri
i publican i h.'i- been elected. The Legisla*
follows Senate Republi
ll; Ilemocrats, 10. \ssembly?
. i I lemocrats, 35. Demo
majority on joint ballot, 5. The
latest I ' plurality.
I \\ VTJRK.
A i.i*. \ -n ?, ' Y . November 3. The
Journal - it 1 bi \ isembly stands
Republii a .. I lemocrats 51. It also
-tates that 20 Republican Congres
are elected and ll Democrats, claiming
that Swinburne ls re-elected in the* Nine?
teenth district by a -mall plurality. It
concedes Pei -ham's election, saying his
plurality i- under 6,000.
NORTH CAROLIN \.
Rali ion N. ( .. Novt The
indications are thal Democratic Con
men are elected in -ix districts.
Returns from the Second, Fourth, and
Fifth disti lets are meagre and doubtful.
W \sniM. ron, lb < . Nov. ?>.
Kate di patches 'rom the West this
afternoon and evening bring startling
? ems that Morrison ls
bellell .a- well aa Hurd, and that Carlisle,
if elected, pulls through by only a
scratch. Indeed, the latest rej
< incinnati say that Carlisle ls beati d by
Nobody had any idea here up to 3 o'clock
this nt hat Morrison or < larlisle
were beaten. About that time a dispatch
came from a prominent official in Morri
- district, saying that it looked as
though Mo ison was beaten. This even?
ing the rep..rt ls pretty well confirmed by
a dispatch W I 'hat the majority
against bim will be 1,000. Press reports
from Cincinnati say the majoritj against
Carlisle i- 250. The Democrat- here can
scarcely credit the report, a- his majority
was 6,000 last year.
Later Since writing the above a dis?
patch iron st Louis -ay- Morrison now
admits hi iefeat. Hi- friend- here an-a
good deal discouraged over the outlook
in tin-n.v; House. With Hewitt, Hurd,
Morrison, and Carlisle out. the prospects
are rather depressing.
Reports ti om indiana say the Republi?
can- have made i gain of several Con?
gressmen and elected a majority of the
llatUrc-?making Harrison's return as
Senator i foregone conclusion. This re?
port, however, lacks important details
and gives no figures on tli** Legislature.
The indi*-ations aro that the Democratic
majority in the House will be from fifteen
to twenty. A.
B] dal tu The Tin
WaSBTBGTOB, D.C., NovemberJL
A dispatch just received hy your COr>
ndent fruin tin* editor of the Cincin?
nati >'//. -ays; "Carlisle uncertain; will
take -official returns. Both claim it." A
dispatch received at Democratic head
quarten this evening MVS Carlisle fal de?
feated by 1,000 majority. Press dispatches
ri port him defeated tty undoubted major?
The majority against Morrison is over
Two Democratic candidates in the
Fourth and Fifth North Carolina dis?
trict- are reported defeated by Indepclld-,
The indications at midnight point to I
Democratic majority of 15 in the next
House. A prediction i** made here that
Randall will he Speaker of the next
ial tu The Tin '
W v-iiiM, ins, D c., November ?',.
Dispatches received hen* fruin Louis?
ville say thal Curruther (Democrat)
Late reports from Cincinnati are inure
favorable lo Carlisle, but indicate a very
duse vote. Carlisle telegraphed a friend
here this afternoon that his chances
Lit'- reports say that Holman, t>\' In?
diana, an I Springer, of Illinois, are -till
in doubt. A.
It seems certain that Morrison i- de?
feated in Illinois by Baker by 1,132 ma?
jority. This is a national los-.
The election of McKinney. Democrat.
!?> i uii/i'i?-- in New Hampshire is con?
ceded by all partie-.
NL< nina-. Republican, in the Sixth
Maryland district, ha- 295 majority
against 1,616 in 1884.
The Republicans have made gains in
Indiana, but the Legislature is iii doubt
Returns fruin all but four counties in
Pennsylvania give heaver. Republican,
a plurality over Black, Democrat, i>\'
Hun P. A. ('ollins, of huston, denies
that he has any intention of resigning.
Hun. Mr. Lovering, of Massachusetts,
Democrat, says he was defeated hythe
lenient Use ot money and because ol hi
decided stand in favor of tariff reform in
a manufacturing district.
In far-off Minnesota thc Democracy,
long -novved under, rallied, and have
elected three out of five Congressmen
Nebraska is joined to her Idols, and
"ih-* Grand old Party'' sweep the -state
The New Jersey Democrats are doing
business at ihe old stand, and have elected
their Governor, and, it is thought, the
In New York city hie Dem.,,
one (un-res-man, Vide being defeated
Frank Hurd i- beaten in the Toledo
(Ohio) district by 1,009 .majority, (dhu
vvuol did it.
In Chicago Frank Lawler. Democrat,
and in Indiana Springer, Democrat, are
on thc ragged-edge of defeat, and it will
take tin* official count to tell the tale.
From North Carolina comes the bad
news that Reed, one of the most promis
Ing (longrensmen of the present di
gation, is defeated
The Republicans are churning Ohio hy
a majority rarying all the way from ly
, 'J. 1,0110
In Mas-achu-etts the Kepiihlicatits elect
their EHttC ticket, after a had scan*. Tilt
Deniucrats *_rain two CktfBgfBfssBsVBB, hut
lose a gCOd one in the person of Hon. II
Karly reports brought in the painful
news that Speaker Carlisle was only hold
ing on hy the skin of his teeth, with des
perate chances against him.
Rusk, Republican, is elected Governoi
in Wisconsin. The Legislature is in
doubt. Doolittle. Democrat, i- reported
elected to Congress He i- an able man
and i-. not to be Judged by hi- name.
The Democratic candidate for Cover
nor in Connel lieut has a plurality, but
not enough to elect him. The Legislature
will elect a Republican
In Indiana the indications are that thc
Republicans have elected the state ticket
by from 5,000 to T.lHMi majority and :_ain
ed three Congiesemen. Pamily qnarrsli
among the Democrat- account for this.
Holman i- Mid to be defeated for Con?
In the Third (Brooklyn) district of New
York White (Republican) beats Kell 12
votes. The district ia generally good foi
5,000 Republican majority.
Prom Virginia, as paralyzing as "Jit
-cern-, the follow iii-- appear to bc about
the sj/e of the new-. boiled down :
The Republicans seem to have elected
Brown in the Pint, Bowden in Um
Second, Caine- in the Koiirth. another
Brown in the Fifth, Hopkin- in the Sixth,
Kowen ii the Ninth, and Yo-t in the
Secretaries Bayard ami Endicott, who
voted at their respective homes Tuesday,
returned t.? Washington yesterday
The President, it is said at the White
Houae, i- -till a property-owner and a
tax-payer in Buffalo, ami retain- hi- citi?
zenship and vote.
The President will be accompanied
upon hi-nip to Boston on Sunday by
Set retary Endicott .ind Colonel Lamont.
ami probably by Secretaries Bayard ami
Thc President will be obliged to deny
him-i-if to visitors after the 10th of No?
Thi- i- the official announcement of all
the Washington papers that think they
are the organs.
Rev. .fohn Brown, of Texas, who hal
been soliciting aid in the North for the
iii in i nc -1 ricken people in certain portions
.?I Texas, has received from President
< Cleveland a letter of sympathy enclosing
>r tiic purchase ot -ced * heat foi
in < thin the Republicans ha'.*' elected
fifteen of the twenty one Con rei . ten,
bm in the Seventh district tli. vote is very
close, and indications point tu the elec?
tion of Campbell Tlie defeat of Towns?
end in the Twenty first district w
to everybody nut well in?
formed regarding the local differences
among the Republican- in Cleveland.
Tin President received comparatively
few dispatches yesterday in reference to
the election-. Leopold Mol'-e and W I.
Scott were the only Congressmen who
wired him news "t their election. Thc
President, it is said Is wei! pleased arith
ihe re-iib day's election, aim
nothing that can be construed into a re?
buke to the Administration or it- policy.
Announcement from thnPrnaident.
Washington l> c. November :'.?
Tbe following announcement was issued
from tin- "White House to-d 1
The President lind- it absolutely necei
:.* the piope..' pc n: mam e of public
di,tie- thal the Kuli of November, am!
the time between the Kith of November
and the next meeting of Congress, should
be at his disposal, ftee from interruption.
Within this period In-will be obliged to
deny hill. -dor-, except upon ac?
tual public business of importna ?
This will m.t be construed t*i Include
application- "i rei "ii.m* mialion- tor
office, rid- notification ls given 1 <* the
public thu- early to dispose in advance of
the plea thal a trip io Washington han
been made in Ignorance of the President's
The Usual public reception! al half past
om- o'clock mi Mondays Wedneedays,
and Friday- will be . ontinued.
Mons. Bartholdi in Washington.
WasHINOTOR, D C.. November ft M.
Bartholdi, M. De Lesseps, and the party
of visiting Frenchmen arrived here at
I :;<? ibis afternoon, and are Staying at
the Arlington. Count Sola. Charge D'
Affaires of the French delegation, met
them at the depot and escorted them to
the hotel, and dined with them tonight.
To-morrow the diatinguiahed delegates
will lie presented to the President and
Miinbersof the -Executive Committee
of the KnighUof Labor assert that nu Icm*
the Chicago packers come to terms speed
ily a general strike will Ix- ordered, and
that by Saturday all tbe men in their em?
ploy will be out.