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Show Increased Demr cratic Gains
in Important States
Surprising Nsw3 0:m33 Frcin Ohio tc
tho Effect Thai
Tho'Stnto io So Olono Only tho Offi
cial Count "Will Deeiclo
Tho R-cniocvnts Claim a Majority ol
700 for the Cleveland Electors.
Kansas ia Also OI030 and tho Ro-
sult Will Not bo Known
Indiana io Democratic, the Latest Re
turns Showing a Majority of
7,000 for Cleveland Rc-
; turns Coming in
Nr.w JIavhn, Nov. .). Cleveland has a
plurality in Connecticut of r,Ii:J0 and
Morris' majority is 1,-1 00 over all and be
is elected governor by popular vote.
Three democratic congressmen arc
elected and there are ties n five towns.
The house will be republican but the
senate will have a, democratic majority.
RiiiMl.voiiA.M, Nov. 10. The republic
ans will contest the election of W. S.
Randall, of tho people's party, to the
legislature. Randall defeated Allan W.
Paige, speaker of the lower houso by 13
votes. The republicans claim that A.
T. McDonald, a counter, exchanged the
republican tickets for iicople's party
Rostov, Nov. 10. Kcturns from the
congressional districts indicate a gain
of four congressmen for the republic
ans. Gen. Draper defeats George F.
"Williams in the Eleventh district. Gil
lett in the second, Wallace in the third,
Cogswell in the sixth, Lodge in the sev
enth, Morse in tbe 1:2th an.l Randall in
tho 13th, all Republicans, a"o elected.
In the tenth, MeHtticlc, ind. dcni,, is
elected, and in tho -ith Apsloy. rep., is
thought to have defeated Coilidg.
Crosby, dem., and Mtevjns, dem., are
probably elected hi the first and tiftli
districts, and the eighth district is
claimed by both McCatl and Andrew,
with tho chances apparently in f.ivor ol
Detroit, Nov. 10. In Michigau the
republicans carry the state for Rich, for
governor, by 8,000, tho whole republic
an ticket having the samo majority.
Tho probabllitoa are that the republic
ans have tho legislature, thoug the
democratic and populist fusion may give
tilCI!1 a majority. On congressional dis
tricts tho followlnc "c olocto.1:
Second Ooraiiu, D.
Third -liurrowH, li.
Fourth Tliomns, 11.
Plfth-HIcliar Json, D.
Sixth AHlu'ii, It.
Sevontli Whltllij:, D.
Eighth Linton. IL
Nlutli Whcolur, D probably elected.
Tenth Uolh sides claim congressman.
Eloventh Disputed by both parties.
Twelfth Republican elected.
Cleveland gets tho custom and tho
First, Second, Third, Fifth and Ninth
"Wayno county, in which Detroit, a
democratic city, is located, elects pos
Blbly ono democratic county oillcer. All
others are elected by republican ma
jorities of from 2,003 to 0,000.
At midnight there wero sufficient re
turns to show conclusively how Michi
gan has gone. The republican state
ticket 1b elected by majorities ranging
ing from 8,000 to lR.OOO. The demo
crats have elected their congressmen in
tho First, Second, Fifth, Sevonth and
tenth dlstricta Thoy liavo also secured
five oloetors. Tho legislature, whiuh
cb ""ses a Unlt"d States senator, la ru-
JLtlS. O. ELI iLWHJ
puunenn in both branches.
St. Paul, Nov. 10. Minnesota has
chosen all of the nine Harrison oloetors,
fiv'o by 10,000 and four by 8,000. Tho
fusion electors actually ran behind tho
democratic electors in St Paul and
Minneapolis. Republicans elect si::
congressmen, democrats one. Legisla
ture is s ill in doubt. Republicans elect
governor and both congressmen in
South Dakota. Harrison electors win
by a, 000. Legislature Is still in doubt
Tn North Dakota Harrison electors
win by a few hundred. Johnson, rep.,
is chosen to congress. Legislature is ir.
Tophka, Kan., Nov. 10. Tho result
of tho election in Kansas is still in
doubt, returns coming hi very slowly.
Both committees aro claiming a victory,
neither conceding anything to tho
other. The republican committee alono
has arrangements for receiving definite
returns. At It o'clock :!30 out of 8,100
precincts had been heard from showing
a total of 71,7:27 votes out of which tho
republican state and electoral t'eket
have a majority of 5,210.' This vote has
been compared with tho republican poll
of tho state which shows a total vote of
Indications aro that republicans have
elected congressmen in Kansas in First,
Second, Fourth and Seventh districts
and at large. Fusionists have carried
Fifth and Sixth districts. Third district
in doubt with chances in favor of Hud
son, fusion and legislature by small ma
jority. Wichita, Nov. 10. Tho Seventh con
gressional district is conceded to Jerry
Simpson, fusionist, by about 700 ma
jority. This means a republican gain
over two years ago of upwards of 7,000.
Toi'KKA, Nov. 10. Late returns make
it certain that the legislature Is anti-
republican by at least 20 majority. Es
timates by the people's committee elect
Weaver electors and people's state
ticket by over 10.0U0 majority. Repub
licans deny these claims and say that
Harrison and the state ticket will be
elected by 1,300 majority. The result In
so close that the official count will prob
ably be required to decide tho result
This will be made Friday.
San Francisco, Nov. 10. Accordingto
returns counted in this city thus far,
Cleveland will have a plurality of about
7,000. Keturns are too meager to say
with positiveness which electoral ticket
has carried the state, but indications
aro that Cleveland's plurality in this
city will be overcome by Harrison's plu
lality considerably less than that of
four years ago. Weaver's vote was
somewhat larger than estimated by
managers of both political parties and
cut into the republican vote some coun
ties much heavier than it did into tlu
Tho legislature is still in doubt but
will be republican on joint ballot The
democrats will in all prob ibility carry
four congressional districts the first,
second, fourth and sixth, and the repub
licans the remaining three, although
tho vote is close in the seventh, with
chances in favor of the republican can
Coi.it.mhu5), Nov. 10. Latest returns
show the election of the following con
gressmen in Ohio:
First district IScUamy Storer, XI
Sec iml-Jolin A. Caldwell, U.
Thlrd-Georso W. Houk, D.
Fourlh-F. C. Layton, !-.
Fidh-D. D. Donovan. U.
Stxth-Gcorso W. Huliclc, R.
Seventh Georpjo W. Wilson, U.
Rlijhtu L-mhur M. Strong, It
Niiuh-.T. M. Ashlov, It
Tenth -Vv". F Knojhs, It
Eleventh -Charles H Growcnor, Tt
Twclfth-J. II. Outhivalto. U.
Thlrlcenth-D. 1). ltarj, D.
Fourteenth M. D. Hartcr, D.
Fifteenth II. C. Vunvonrhts. It
Sixteenth Doubtful. Chances favoring C. L.
Seventeenth James Rich irds, D.
KiKhteenth-GeorjioP. IUert, 1).
N.nuteenlh S. A. Nurtliwny, It
Twcntloth V. J. White, It
'J'wvnly-llrst Tom L. Johnson, D.
Lute returns reveal tho fact that the
result in Ohio is very close. Th'e demo
cratic electors have a lead of a little
over 700 plurality, with four counties to
hear from. Three of these are demo
cratic, tho fourth, Geauga, is republic
an. S. M. Taylor, republican candidate
for secro ary of state, claims bis elec
tion by 070. It is, however, thought
that ho runs behind the republican
At midnight tho democrats claimed
tho sti;te for the Cleveland electors by
a plurality ranging from 1,000 to 1,300.
Republicans eonceilo that it is very
close and will requiro tho official count
Toi.kdo, Nov. 10. Official count in tho
Ninth Ohio congressional district shows
the election of ,T. M. Ashloy, rep., by 0
plurality over Ritchio, dem.
DKNvr.it, Nov. 10 Weaver has swept
Colorado from ono end to tho other. Ills
plurality will bo nearly 10,000. Wntto,
tliOjpopulist candidate for governor, is
apparently elocted. The congressional
deiogatcs will undoubtedly bo Pence
and Roll, populists.
Now Mexico elects tho democratic
ticket except Caleron, rep., who is
olected to congress. In Wyoming the
republicans have carried the day and in
Idaho tho populists claim the statu.
DKNVint, Nov. 10. Additional returns
only tend to pile up the populist major
ity in Colorado, which will bo anywhere
from 5,000 to 7,000, with Walte, populist
candidate for governor, rirobably 0,000
votes behind his tlukot Penco, popu
list, is olected to congress in tho first
district by 1,500 to 3,00 majority, and
IlclU.DPJuUrti L3 lcoAod hi the second
district by ,1,000 to 4,000 majority. The
populists will have control of the lower
house of tho legislature and probably of
tho senate. Long term senators elected
will have a voto in the session of 1895
for a United States senator to succeed
Senator Wolcott Of tho sevonteon
long term senators chosen tho populists
have elected ten or twelve, and possibly
Indianapolis, Nov. 1). Fifty counties
out of tho ninety-two in Indiana show
democratic gain over ISSSof 5,!I00. Same
ratio kept up for tho rest of the state
will givo about 0,000 for the whoTo state,
deducting tho republican plurality of
that year of 2,:i00, leaves 7,500 as tho
democratic plurality. These figures aro
not official, but practically so.
Throe hundred and eighty precincts
in Indiana givo Harrison -11,070, Clove-
land 37,031. Samo precincts in 1800 guvo-
Trusior :m,US1, Matthews :!3,2il0, a re
publican gain of (5,200; democratic gain,
!I,S5l; net republican gain, 2,758.
Indiana has joined the procession and
is democratic In all branches. Returns
aro now sufficiently complete to give
fairly reliable estimates on all tho 92
counties of the slate. They show that
Cleveland has carried it by nt least 8,000
ami tho entire democratic stato ticket
is elected by pluralities in tho same
neighborhood. The people's and prohi
bition parties did not como anywhere
near expectations. Eleven democrats
nnd two republican congressmen are
Chicago, Nov. !). It is now definitely
known that Joseph G. Cannon, rep., has
been elected to congress from the fif
teenth district, heretofore classed as
The latest returns do not abate in
any way from the decisive democratic
victory in the state of Illinois on na
tional and state ticket. Conservative
men of all iiarties now generally agree
that the democratic plurality in Illinois
will be apparently 10,000.
Returns from nearly all the congres
sional districts in tho state arc complete
and iudicato that tho domocaats have
elected congressmen in the first, second,
third, fourth, eighth, twelfth, thir
teenth, fourteenth, sixteenth, seven
teenth, eighteenth and nineteenth dis
tricts and two congressmen-at-large;
republicans in the fifth, sixth, seventh,
ninth, tenth, eleventh, fifteenth and
twentieth districts. The vote in the first
district is very close and it will require
official count to determine the result defi
nitely. The national and state tickets
have a democratic majority estimated
at 20,000 to 23,000. Democrats have a
.najorlty in the senate of three and in
the house of representatives of eleven.
Dns Moinks, Nov. 10. Tho returns S3
far received indicate a republican plu
rality of 22,000 in Iowa on electors. Tho
state ticket runs a little behind. The
republicans elect congressman in ten of
the eleven districts. Walter I. Hayes,
of tho Second district is the only dem
ocrat elected. The people's party vote
will reach ::5,000 and the prohibition
I1i:i.yii)eri:, N. J., Nov. 10. Returns
come in very slowly, Warren county,
it is estimated, will show a majority of
l.SOO for Cleveland. Wcrts for governor
has 1,700 majority in the county. Cor
nish for congress has 1,500 majority
and L. M. Wilson and R. G. Sheppard,
democrats, have been elected to the
TitKNTON, Nov. 10. The indications
are that Cleveland has carried the state
of New Jersey b3 7,500, and that Werts,
democrat, for governor, has been elected
by a plurality of 4,000. The next legis
lature will stand as follows: Senate
Republicans -1, democrats 17, House
Democrats 50, republicans 23. The dem
ocratic majority on joint ballot will be
:il which leaves a net republican gain
For congress the republicans have
carried tho First and Second districts
and possibly the Eighth. The returns
from the latter district aro still incom
Carson, Nov. !). Tho Weaver electors
carry tho state by an estimated major
ity of 1,500. F. O. Newlands, silver
nominee for congress, has a majority of
1,000 over Woodburn, rep. Tho silver,
or Stewart legislative ticket carries
nearly every county hi tho state.
VinnixiA City, Nov. 10. Weavor's
plurality in this state is indicated to bo
3,000. Tho democratic, and republican
voto was light
Omaha, Nov. 10. Republicans have
probably elected govornor and entire
stato ticket in Nebraska, but returns
are slow and plurality will bo small.
Weaver probably carried the stato by a
small plurality. Rryan, dem., for con
gross, will not havo over 500 majority.
Wilmington, Del., Nov. 10.' noffi
clal returns received at 4 o'clock this
morning say that republicans concede
1,000 democratic majority. Tho demo
cratic legisluturo is chosen, insuring
thu re-election of Senator Gray.
Richmond, Nov, 10. During the elec
tion Tuesday a democratic challenger
and a republican supervisor nnd four
deputy marshals woro arrested, charged
with interfering with the elections,
lloth sides said yesterday that thoy in
tended to prosccuto the cases to the
fullest extent of tho law. Congressman
Wise, Dem., was ro-olected by 7,000 ma
jority. Nino democratic congressmen
are elected. Thy fourth .district ia
doubtful, with probabilities in. favor o
Elps, sitting democrat, over J. Thomas
Goodc, third party.
Ciiktknnb, Nov. 10. It will requiro
an official count to dccido if Wyoming
is for Harrison or Weaver, the majority
will not bo 100 olther way. Chairman
Vandovnntcr, of tho republican state
coinmittco concedoa the election of Os
borno for governor, Clarke for supromo
judge. Ho claims tho legislature on
joint ballot and election of Clarcnco
Clark to congress by 300. Chairman
New, of the democratic committee says
tho democrats and populists havo 10
majority in the legislature and have
elected Osborno govornor, Clarko su
premo judge nnd CofTcon congressman
by 500 majority.
Ciiaulhston, Nov. 10. Democrats
eoniidcntly claim election of all four of
tho congressmen from this stato. Clove
hind will undoubtedly be glron tho
electoral vote of West Virginia and tho
election of the entire democratic stato
ticket is generally conceded.
AL All AM A,
Birmingham, Nov. 10. Incomplete
returns, 40 out of 00 counties, place
Cleveland's majority at nearly 23,000.
Complcto roturus havo come from only
a few counties. Cleroland made big
gains on the democratic voto of Au
gusta stato election. Chairman Snelly,
of tho democratic committee, says Cleve
land's majority will not fall below 20,
000. Enough returns havo beon re
ceived to insure tho following domo
sratlc congressmen: Clarke in tho First
district; Oatcs in tho Third; Robblns In
tho Fourth; Rankhead la tho Sixth;
Wheeler in tho Eighth; Turpln in tho
Ninth. Second, Fifth and Seventh dis
tricts close and in doubt Chances in
favor of democrats in boventh and fu
sionists in other two.
Milwaukkb, Nov. 10. Tho following
congressional delegation is olected:
First district H. A Cooper, 11.; Second,
Charles Rarwlg, D.; Third, J. W. Rab-
:ock, It; Fourth, John L. Mitchell, D.;
Fifth, Georgo II. Buckner, D.; Sixth,
Owen A. Wells, D.; Seventh, George 15.
Shaw, R, (probably); Eighth, Lyman
llarnes, D.; Ninth, Thomas Lynch, I).
(probably): Tenth, Nols P. Haughen, It
At midnight indications are that Re
publicans have elected congressmen in
the first, third, seventh; democrats in
tho fifth, second, sixth, eighth and
ninth districts. Tho tenth district is
Tho victory of democracy in Wiscon
sin is complete. Ed C. Wall claims tho
state of Wisconsin with 13,000 majority
for the democrats. Completo reports
from all over tho stato p;ivo the demo
crats 12 stato senators which, together
with fifteen hold-overs, gives them 27
out of the 33 votes in the senate with
the chance of raising, this number to 29.
Sixty-six democrats have boon so far
elected to tho assembly and a great
number of democratic strongholds hare
not yet beon heard from. This assures
tho election ot a democratic United
StaKss senator to succeed Seuator I'hlU
St. Louis, Nor. 10. Tho entire demo
cratic! stato ticket in Missouri has beon
elected by a plurality of 17,000. The re
turns from congressional districts arc
not all in, but enough hare been re
ceived to show that tho democrats hare
carried 13 out of the 15 districts. In the
Tenth district Richard Rartholdt, rep.,
defeated Kehr, dem., by 909 majority.
In tho Eloventh district Charlos V. Joy,
rep., dofeatcd O'Neill, dem., by 13 rotes.
Roth these districts aro in this city. In
tho remaining districts democratic con
gressmen are elected.
Boisn, Nov. lQ. Returns come in
slowly. Forty-throe precincts already
in give tho republican stato ticket a ma
jority of the mombers of tho legislature.
This will likely hold good for the bal
ance of thu state. Sweet, republican,
is elected to congress. All concede this.
The electoral ticket is in doubt, with
the probability that the fusion electors
will be chosen.
Dallas, Nov. io: Toxas has eleeted
Hogg for governor by a small plurality.
Clark doubled his following sinco the
anti-state convention canvas. Nugent,
populist, for governor, probably gets
100,000 out of a possible total of 390,000.
The democratic candidates for congress
are returned except possibly Grcshain,
in the Galveston district
Ralkmh, Nov. 10. Congressional re
turns are now so far complete as to
show positively that tho democrats haro
elected congressmen in all districts Bare
tho Fifth. There Williams, dem.. has
400 majority, with oue county to hear
from, which usually give a small repub
Sioux Falls, Nor. 10. Returns are
unprocedently slow. Outlook ia Wearer
has carried tho stato by 1,000 majority
and Sheldon, rep., is elected govornor.
THE NEXT CONGRESS.
A Complete List of th Msmuan-Kteot,
Showing tlio Complexion or the House.
Nkw York, Nov. 10. Tho following
shows the representation ot tho Fifty
Alabama Democrats 0: gain of 1 democrat
Arkansas Democrats tf; guln of 1 democrat.
California Republicans 4, democrats S; gain
ot 1 republican.
Colorado Republicans 2; gain of 1 republican.
Connecticut Republican 1, democrats 1; re
publican guln I,
Deluwuro Democrat I. tUL '
Florida Ucmoccula-', . tt
Oeorsla Domoornt.1 II; democratic) gain & "
Idaho Republican 1.
Illinois Republicans 10, democrats 12; ropnb
IIced sain 4.
Indiana Ropubllctttm S, democrats It.
lows Republicans 9, democrats 5; republican
Kanitas Republicans , Fanners' Alliance tt
republican iptln 2. ,
Kentucky Republican 1, democrats 10. '
Louisiana Democrats 0. '
Massachusetts Republicans 10, dcmocralaS;
republican gain a.
Michigan Republicans 0, democrats 0; re
publican gain S.
Minnesota Republicans 3, democrats 3, Foi
mors' Alllanco I: republican guln 2.
Mlssiwilppl Democrats 7.
Missouri Republican I, democrats 14; repub
lican gain 1.
Montana Republican I.
Nobraska Republicans 2, democrats 3, Far
mer's Alllanco 1; republican gain S, democrat!
NeTada Farmors' Alllanco 1.
Now Hampshire-Republicans 2; republican
Now Jersey Republicans 3, domocrats 5; re
publican gain 1.
Now York Republicans t3, democrats 21; re
publican gain 2.
North Carolina Republican 1, democrats B.
North Dakoti Republican I. '
Ohio Ropubltcans It democrats 10; repub
lican gain 4.
Oregon Republicans 2; republican gain 1.
Pennsylvania Republicans 20, democrats 10j
republican gain 2.
Rhode Island No tUctloa ,
South Curollna Republicans I, democrats 0;
republican gain 1.
South Dakota Republcans , democrats 1;
domooratlc gain 1. "
Tcnncssca Republicans 2, democrats 8. j
Texas Democrats l.t; democratic gain 2. . ,J
Vermont Democrats 2.
Virginia Democrats 1U,
Washington Republicans!; republican paint
West Virginia Republicans 1, democrats 3;
rapubllcuu gain 1.
Wisconsin Republicans 4, democrats 0: re
publican gain 3.
Wyoming Republicans I; republican gain 1.
Totals Republicans 13, democrats 221, Far
mers' Alllanco T.
Gains Republicans 40. democrats 10, Far
mer' Alllanco t
UNITED STATES SENATE.
Indications That th Fanners' Alllanco
Will Hold the- llabtuin or l'uivor.
Nkw York, Nor. 10. Indications point
to the balance of power in the United
States senate being in the hands of tho
populists or Farmers' Alliance. Tho
democrats appear to have gained con
trol of the legislature on joint ballot in
four states which are now represented
by republicans in the upper house and
the populists claim to be able elect
three now senators. This will change
the standing of tho different parties in
the senate from 47 republicans, 30 dem
ocrats and 2 Farmors' Alliance, to 43
democrats, 40 republicans and 5 Farm
ers' Alliance. Complete i-eturns on tho
rote for mombers of the legislatures of
several of the northwestern states aro
not to he had, but the Farmers' Alli
ance appear to have a sufficient number
of these states to give them tho balance
Mutiny of I'rlsoners.
Omaha, Neb., Nov. 10. Somo thirty
prisoners confined in the Douglas coun
ty jail broke into a mutiny last even
ing. Sheriff Bennett was away at the
time but arrived "before the trouble was
entirely over. At 0 o'clock the prison
era refused to enter their cells to ba
locked up far tho night, nnd breaking
up their benches began to smash thjx
windows. An attempt was made to
smoke them out, but this failing two'
streams of water were earned on tho
mutineers. This brought them to tlmo
and they wero secured without further
1 ' 9
Gorernmont I'urohsss of Silver.
Washington, Nor. 10. Tho treasury
department yesterday purchased 200,009
ounces of silver as follows: Two hun
dred thousand ounces at .8400. The of
fers wero 575,000 ounces. Tho silver
purchases for the month, including to
day, aggregates 2,255,000 ounces. ,
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Tho results, too, are pleasant. It "is
tho most completo remedy for dyspepsia
su minor troubles, biliousness, hcudiioho
nnd all those maladies for which the
ordinary cathartic is prescribed. It
acts as u gontlo stimulant, not violent,
but perfectly safe, and curtain. In this
respect it is fur superior to thj ordin
ary pill, with the additional merit of
not being disagreeable, to take. It is
just tho thing for children on this ac
count and for pcoplo with woak
stomachs. Those- gum drops nro put
up In packages, tho small ones soiling
for ton cents and lurgo ones lor twonty
11 vo cents. If your druggist docs not
havo thorn wo will send them to you by
mull on receipt of tho price But wo
would prefer to havo you got them of
your druggist. Sylvan Remkdy Co.,
Any dog that has boon roturncd to
tho assessor as property and tuxes paid
on its valuation Is untitled to tho samo
legal protection as any other 11 vo stock,
so says the stututo. The thoft of such
a dog is olther petit or grand larcony
according to tho valuation.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Bbr was sick, ire care her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she became tilts, she clung to Castoria,
When li tad Cblldrsn, she gate them Cast oris,