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Bolh Parties Still Clinging Dcs
m pcraloly to Every Scrap of
Hope and Fear 1'Iaj lug Hide ana
Seek lit the Minds of Anx
The General Tenor of the Latest Dia.
patches Less Favored to ths
Spirits and Take
New York Claimed by Both Parties,
Probably R -publican by 10,000
The Mother of States and Her Youngest
Daughter Claimed by the
All the Doubtful States, and California,
Oregon, Wiscons n, Mxhigan and
Illinois Claimed for Cleveland.
Ten HoursJMore WiU Determine the All
Important Question The Vote .in
and Out of JNew York City.
Receiving the News at Washington.
Washington', D. C, Novembers. Tho
most intense anxiety was manifested hero
yesterday and lust niht over the result
of the elections. Until lon;j after mid
night thrones of citizens crowded about
the places where the returns were belli;;
received. The lute dispatches were ilis
courauiiii; to the Republicans and Gov
eminent employes, and many went home
at an early hour this morning, dispirited
and cast down, conceding election to
Cleveland. Secretary McCulloch early
this forenoon received a dispatch from
New York in .w hich it is claimed that
P.laine has carried the .State by seven to
ei;:(it thousand. This and many other
hopeful dispatches received this uiorninr
has revived the hopes of many Republi
cans, and the txcitiuz scenes ol last
night are being re-enacted to-day.
Probably For Blaine.
New York, November 5. One thou
sand two hundred and ninety-six districts
lu New York outside of New York city
and Kinzs County have been heard from.
In the remaining 727 the following plu
ralities were piven In lssO: Democratic
pluralities, W.ss'Jj Republican plurali
ties, 30, 1 72. If these districts vote as
they did last year the plurality for Blaine
outside of New York and Kinirs County
will be increased by lit, I'M, making a to
tal plurality for Maine when he reached
Harlern Hiver of t;4,a;i3. If the plurality
for Cleveland In New York and Kinps
Counties can overcome this majority, or
the districts not yet heard from do not
pive pluralities, nearly equal to those of
18S0, Ulaine will be beaten in New York
State; otherwise he will carry it. Returns
thus far received from country towushave
tip to this time held up pretty nearly to
the vote of 180. On returns already re
ceived from New York, Kings, Queens
and Richmond counties, it appears that
Ulaine has carried the State by a small
plurality. Cleveland's pluralities below
llarlem River are put down as follows:
New York, 43,03; Kitiirs, 15,20'J ; Queens,
LUGO; Richmond, 1,000; total, Gl.e'D. At
this rate if the estimate of ltlalne's vote
above Harlem River is correct his plu
rality will be above 1,100.
Bi kkai.o, N. Y., Novembers. Returns
from twenty-two towns in Kile County
givo Ulaine 0,713; Cleveland, G.L'iH, a ma
jority of 459 for Ulaine. There are still
three towns and two districts to hear
from, but it is not probable that these
will increase the majority for Ulaine over
800. J his is 2.030 less than the niu oritv
for Garilcld. The Republican County
Treasurer Ksser, is elected by about 1,000
majority. The Democrats of the Thirty
second district claim l.ockwood elected
to Congress by elghty-slx majority. The ,
Republicans claim Farquebar by 100 ma- 1
jority. In the Thirty-third the Demo
crats have re-elected l'aync by a slight
Favorable to Cleveland.
Nkw York, November 5. At four
o'clock this morning tho following was
announced as the city vote for President 1
Clcveluud, 182,835; Ulaine, ho,,o2; Cleve
land over Ulaine, 43,083. Tho latest dis
patches are still nioro favorable to
Cleveland. Tho news from St. Law
rence, tho banner Republican county of
1110 Mate, snows a loss 01 yiu votes to
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Ultimo from tho vote cast
Garfield. Another estimate by counties
will give Cleveland some 10,000 majority.
NkwYoiik, November 8. Tho 77icj
figures tho next Assembly seventy-flve Re
publicans and flfty-thrco Democrats. The
Senate, which holds over another year,
contains nineteen Republicans and thir
teen Democrats. Tho number of votes
on joint ballot required to elect tho next
United States Senutor is eighty-one.
The Other Way.
Nkw Yobk, November 5, IO18O a. m.
Tho Associated Press report says Blalno's
plurality In this Stato will certainly
amount to 7,000. Only 701) election dls
trlcts are yet to be heard from.
T Nkw York, November 5. A lato edi
tion of tho Svn considers thatClcveland's
chances for success aro Improved by tho
Nkw York, November 8. Tho latest re
trims from New York Stato outside ol
New York and King's Counties show 1,.
482 election districts already reported
from that section ol thrt Plate. Tbe aver-
ago Republican plurality has been as neal
as possible to thirty-flvo in each. If tho
601 districts yet to hear from return tho
saino average plurality they will
yield 19,740 plurality for Ulaine. This,
added to tho 49,93s plurality shown by
thoso already reported, will make a Re
publican plurality exclusive of New York
and King's Counties of 09,078. Tbo
Democratic plurality in New York County
Is, according U the latest compila
tion, 42,780, and that of King's
County 15152. It appears that the Demo
cratic plurality of 67,938. will be over
come, with upwards of 11,000 to spare,
by the plurality with which Ulaine comes
to the llarlem Jtiver. This is contingent
on tho returns holding out as favorably
for the Republicans as they have done up
to this time In tho State at large.
Nkw York, November 8, Noov. Ouo
thousand, four hundred and twenty-four
voting places outside of New York city
and Brooklyn give Ulaino 327,799; Clcve
luud 278,202; a net Democratic gain ol
11,128. There are 570 voting places to
her from. Cleveland's majority lu Nert
York city and King's County, including
Brooklyn, Is 68,322. This makes Cleve
land's plurality thus far 8,725.
One p. m. 1,402 election districts out
side of the cities of New York anil Brook
lyn give Blaine 334,470; Cleveland, 283,
b58. Blaine's plurality, 60,012.
New York, November 5. The total
vote of New York City is: Cleveland,
132,835; Blaine, 89,752; Cleveland's plu
Nkw York, November 5, 2 p. M. Fif
teen hundred election districts in New
York State, outside of the cities of New
York and Brooklyn, gives Blaine, 841,520;
Cleveland, 289,883; Blaine's plurality,
Nkw York, November 5.-8 a. m.
Cleveland's majority in New York Is 63,
083, and in King's County 15,239. This
Is a gain of over 18,000. South of Har
lem the Democratic gains in 800 outsido
districts are 7,171, which added to the
gains on Manhattan Island make a total
gain in the Statu up to this writing of
over 25,000, which overcomes Garlield's
plurality of 21,0o0, and gives tbe State to
Cleveland by about 4,000. To enable him
to carry the State Blaine must have large
Republican gains from the .remaining
precincts, which is not ut all probable.
. R.mk, N. Y., November 5. Oneida
County gives Cleveland 80 majority, a
Democratic gain of 1,800. Sherman and
Smith, Democrats, for Assembly, Second
and Third Districts, are elected." Stcber,
Republican, for Assembly, is elected from
the First District.
Amstkrdam, N. Y., November 5.
Fulton County gives Blaine 1,242 majori
ty. Hamilton County will reduce Blaine's
majority 100, a Republican increase of 130
for President over 1880.
Amstkrdam, N. Y., November 6.
Montgomery County elects Llddle, Re
publican, to the Assembly by 300, and
gives Ulaine 235 majority, a pain of one
thousand over the Democrats last.year.
It gives Wemple, Democrat, lor Con
press, (181; West will defeat Wemple in
the district by 2,000.
Nkw York, November 5. Return
from all but three Assembly Districts
plve Grace (County Democracy), for
Mayor, a majority of 10,000 over Grant,
Tammany candidate. ;
Syractsk, N. Y., November 5. Onon
daga County complete gives Ulaine 8,719
Lowell, Mass., November 5. In the
Seventh Congressional District, the last
of the doubtful Districts in this State,
twenty-one out of twenty-seven cities and ,
towns give Stouc, Republican for re
election, 10,054; Spofford, Democrat, '
8,184; Baker (Butler), 3,579. Stone's
majority, 2,870. The Congressional del
egation stands ten Republicans to two
Boston, Mass., November 6. There
are 304 cities and towns in Massachusetts
returns from 204, lacking Presidential
vote for Worcester, but using Guberna
torial vote, give Cleveland 110,590; Blaine,
118,1190; Butler, 20,081; St. John, 8,483.
Blaine's plurality 8,400.
Boston, Mass., November 5. Tho
Fourth Congressional District complete
gives General Collins, Democrat, 13,530;
O'Neill, Republican, 7,157. Colllus'
plurality is 0,409.
Algvsta.'Mk., November 4. At 11:15
p. m. Mr. Blalno Is said to have sent
down word thatjho was sure of Indiana,
New Jersey and Connecticut, and was In
hopes of carrying New York. This start
ed up the few Republicans, and what few
were in their headquarters came out on
the streets with drums, torches and red
lire. Both parties aro now parading tho
streets, shouting and singing and bolh
claim a victory. The indications at mid
night arc that Blalno has a pluraly of 20,
XKW HAM PS II IKE.
Concord, N. II., November B.-Latcr
returns show unexpected Democratic
gains. Galllngor, Chairman of the Re
publican Stato Committee, declines to
claim the Stato or give anv estimate. Tho
results are In mucJi doubt. Secretary
handler claims 400 Republican majority
1 buth Congressional Districts.
NKW J HUSKY,
Elizabeth, N. J., November 8. R. It.
Green, Democrat, is elected to Congress
from tho Third District over Kean, Re
publican, tho present Incumbent.
Chicago, III.,, November 8. Returns
so far received Indicate a majority for
Blaluo In this Stato of 18,000 to 20,000.
Carter Harrison, Democrat, forGovornor,
carries tho city by 12,000 and Cook County
by 9,000. In tho Second Congressional
District, Lawler, Demoorat, defeats Flu
crty, Republican, for Cougrc bh. In tho
Third District, Ward, Democrat, defeats
Mason, Republican, both Democratic
Chicago, III., November 8. Tho Re.
publican Stato Central Committee- pre
dicts 60,000 majority for lllulno and
Logan, and an unbroken delegation In
Grand Rahub, Mich., November 8.
Preseut Indications aro that tho fusion
tloket and Governor llflgola, Democrut,
ire elected by a small majorltx.
Dktroit, Mich., November B.-Mlchl
gan gives Blaluo fully 10,000 plurality and
elects Alger, Republican, Governor bj
from 8,000 to 5,000 majority, and gets
four out of ntuu Congressmen, with Pilth
District still in doubt.
Dktroit, Mick., November 8. The
Free Press, Democratic, estimates the
First, Sixth and Seventh Districts, Demo
emtio, and the Second, Ninth, Tenth and
Eleventh, Republican. Two hundred
and forty-nine precincts give Blalno 43,
845; Cleveland, 37,400; Uutler, 7,685; St.
John, 5,000; Alger, Republican, for Gov
ernor, 42,801; Uegolo, fusion, 42,500,
The figures will, it is said, give the State
Mii.wal'Kke, Wis. (2 r. m.) Returns
from one-fourth of the precincts in the
Stato show a net Democratic gain ol
lu.ooo. ihe same ratio throughout tho
State will give It to Cleveland by 10.00C
Milwaukee, Wis., November 5. Re
turns aro slow but show great Democrat
ic gains on Garfield's majority of 30,000.
The State is close. In the Fourth Dis
trict Deuster, Democrat, is defeated foi
re-election to Congress by Van Schack,
Republican. The Congressional delegation
will bo seven Republicans arid two Demo
crats, a Republican gain of four.
Indianapolis, Ind,, November 6, 1
a. m. Chairman New, of the Republican
State Central Committee, concedes the
State to the Democrats by 5,000.
Indianapolis, Ind., November 5.-9 a.
Two hundred voting places show a
net Republican gain of 2,315, which U
sixtecu per cent, of the whole State. This
indicates that Blaine has carried tho
Dks Moines, Ia., November 5. Latest
returns indicate that Blaine's majority Is
about 12,000v On Congress the probabill
ties are :
First, Hall, Democratic; second, Mur
phy, Democratic; third, Henderson, lie
publicun; fourth, Weller, Greenbackcr;
tlfth, Smith, Republican; sixth, Weaver,
Greenbacker; seventh, Conger and II. L.
Smith, the latter to till Kasson's vacancy,
Republican; eighth, Hepburn, Republi
can; ninth, Busy, Democrat; tenth
Holmes, Republican; eleventh, Struble,
Republican. This will be a Democratic
gain of one.
Jefferson City, Mo., November 5.
Only partial returns from Cole County
have been received. Cox, Republican
candidate for Representative, will havo
over 100 majority, and most of tho Re
publican county ticket will be elected by
6inall majorities, Dallmeyer, Republican
candidate for Congress, will have about
800 majority. Ford will fall about 800
below the Republican county ticket, and
Marmaduke will have about 100 majority
in me county, ah uusiness at inu cap
itol and elsewhere is suspended, and the
Democratic enthusiasm Is beyond de
Boonvii.le, Mo., November 5. Ten
precincts In this county give the Antl-
Bourbou ticket sixty majority. The Na-
tlonal and Stato Democratic tickets will
probably have a good majority in Cooper
County, though a portion of" the Demo
cratic county ticket will be defeated.
Williams for Sheriff, Rogers for Treasur
er and Shackleford for Prosecuting At
torney, Democratic nominees, ruu behind
their ticket and it will take the otllclal
Vote to decide.
Little Rock, Ark., November 5. The
entire Democratic Congressional and
State ticket Is elected, but majorities can
not yet be given.
Virginia City, Nkv., November 6.
Nevada gives from 800 to 1,000 majority
for the Blaine electors. Woodburn, Re
publican, Is elected to Congress.
Omaha, Neb., November C. Returns
so far indicate a majority for Blalno of
10,000. Dawes, Republican, for Gov
rrnor, has a majority of about 10,000.
The Indications are that tho Republicans
have elected their Congressmen lu tho
Denver, Col., November 5. Returns
from tho State although meager show
that Blalno will carry Colorado by a ma
jority of 4,000.
Salt Lake City, IT. T., November 5.
Tho election for delegates passed off
quietly with but a light vote polled.
John T. .Calno was elected by a largo
Raleigh, N. C, November 8. Returns
thus far received Indicate that Cleveland
has a majority of about 18,000. The Leg
islature will bo largely Democratic, In
siirlng the election of Governor Vance to
the 1'nlted State Senate. The Democrats
elect all their Congressmen wllli the ex
ception of tho Second District.
New Orleans, La., November B.-Few
returns have been received, but they In
dleato a clear sweep for tho Democrats,
though tho Republicans claim the election
of Ilolin to Congress In the Second Dis
trict and Kellogg In tho Third.
lUt.Tnionn, November 8. Tho total
vote polled In tho Stale Is approximately
100,000; Cleveland, 84,000; Maine, 75,
000; Democratic majority, t),000, a Democratic-
loss of 5,000.
Montgomery, Ala., November 8.
Tho full white vote was polled throughout
tho State, resulting In tho usual Demo
cratic majorit ies and the probable election
of nil the Democratic Congressmen,
Canton, Miss., November 8. Tho
Democratic majority In Mississippi Is be
tween 88,000 and 40,000. The entire Con
jtresslonul delegation Is elected. Cliul
mors Is badly defeated In the Secoud District.
Atlanta, Ga., November 8. Clove
land's majority Is about 85,000. The ten
Congressmen elected aro all straight
Nkw York, November 5, 9 a. m. John
S. Wise telegraphs to BJalue that Virginia
has gono Republican. Mahono tele
graphs to the National Committee that
tho Republican majority will bo 0,000.
William K. Cameron telegrams to Wash
ington that the State is Republican. Lat
est press dispatches say the Stato Is closo
Richmond, Va., November 6. Re
turns havo been received from a por
tion of the precincts iu the State,
though up to this time but little of
tho Southwest and valley, and tho
great white sections of tho Stato havo
been heard from. It Is upon these that
the Democrats expect to make their heav
Wilmington, Del., November 5. Tho
State has gone Democratic by about 2,000
majority, an increase of nearly 1,000 over
Jacksonville, Fla., November 5.
Largo Democratic pains reported every
where. Present indications point to tho
election of Perry, Democrat, for Gover
nor by 5,000 majority, and tho Cleveland
electors by 4,000.
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.
New York, November 8. The Herald
says editorially; ,lNew York has proba
bly cast her thirty-six electoral votes for
Governor Cleveland by a majority which
is variously computed, but is not less
than 10,000. There was treachery to the
Democratic candidate in 1880. There has
been treachery again in 1884. If there
had been good faith among all the Demo
cratic politicians here, Cleveland's ma
jority in the city should have been nearer
80,000 than 40,000. There Is one gralu of
consolation for Republicans who detest
Ulaine, and yet do not like to see their
party defeated. The men who lead the
party to-d.iy are the survivors of the
great, but utterly liuislied contests for
freedom and the equal rights of men.
Their power and influence spring only
from their historical importance. They
havo no sympathy with any but
tin; old controversies and the
old methods of party struggle, and they
are too old and beruttcd to learn tho so
lution of new problems. A few years of
exclusion from oltice and patronage will
freeze out the jobbers and send tho su
perannuated statesman of tho Republican
party into honored and useful retirement.
Then the parly will bo purl lied and will
find Itself lu the hands of fresh leaders,
able to lead it to new and solid tri
umphs." THE TIMES.
The Time says i
"At the hour of writing sufficient re
turns have not been received to determino
tio i-osuit of tha Presidential election.
But whatever may bo the result in the Na
tion it Is entirely clear that In this great
State there has been a striking revolution
lu the relations and In the composition of
parties. The Republicans have lost mauy
thousands of their best men; they have
suffered an accession of many thousands
of the most dangerous voters of tho De
mocracy, The loss has been due solely
to the operation of the forces which gave
It strength; to the Independence of judg
ment, the Intelligence of perception, tho
devotlou to conscience, and to the unfal
tering courage of the men who have dono
what they deemed to bo their duty. Tho
Republican gain has como from an al
liance with the lowest and most danger
ous elements of its opponents. Tho
double change Is tho perfectly logical con
sequence of the forces which brought
about ti. nomination of tho respective
candidates. G rover Cleveland has been
elected President of tho United States.
Tho dispatches received by the Timr$
up to 1 a. in. show that he will receive
the 153 electoral votes of tho Southern
States, tho 80 votes of New York, and thd
six votes of Connecticut and the nine
votes of New Jersey, a total In those three
Slates of 61 voles, giving him 204 elec
toral votes In all, which Is a majority of
seven In the F.lectond College. This
leaves among tho now doubtful States,
Indiana, with 15 votes; Wisconsin, with,
11, and California with eight, still to bo
heard from. The Republican party has
suffered tho penalty of its blindness and
New York, November 5. Tho Timet lit
Us six o'clock edition this morning says:
"Returns Indicate that Cleveland ha.4
been elected, Tho Stato of New York
Klves Cleveland a plurality of about 10,
O00. Ho bits carried Connecticut by a
Plurality of from l,6oo to 2,600, and ludi-
lna has certainly gone Democratic
ty moro than 6,000 majority.
i he latest estimates from Wisconsin aro
to tho effect that Cleveland has carried
the State by 8,000. Michigan Is claimed
ly both parlies. The vote of the State Is
close. Both parties elulin Virginia, but
It Is not probable that It has been takeu
from thu Democratic columns. Returns
from New Jersey aro Incomplete, hut it
Is believed that Cleveland has carried
tho Stato by 0,000 plurality. There are
no trustworthy Indications that Cleve
land has lost any of thu 153 Southern
Voles assigned to LI in.
New York, November 8. Tho Timet,
In Its 0 a. in. edition, lowers Us estimate
of Cleveland's majority in New York
State from 10,000 to 0,970. From very
complete returns they claim his election
CLAIMED FOR ULAINE.
Nkw York, November 5. Tho Tribune,
lu Its 4i30 edition, says i "We believe
that Blalno and Logan arc elected. Tho
Slato Is regarded as safe for tho Republi
can ticket. When our tlrst edition wont to
press wo gave them 167 electoral votes,
There seems still no reason for doubt lit
the caso of any one of the States thus
enumerated. Wo can now probably add
New York and Wisconsin, and thus bring
the electoral votes for thu Republican
candidates up to 204, or three moro than
are necessary for election. It Is reason
ably certain that fourteen more may bo
added from tho Pacific slope, while from
the South there Is at the hour of writ
ing, U u. m. reason to hopo lor more
"Tho Democracy Is again lu the as-
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