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THE AltGUS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1892
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I'retiilriit Uarrlton 4;fM to Itod.
Washington, Nov. f. Kivsiilcnt Harri
son rt-tl-.-Kl 'hnrt!y ln-fore 1 o'clock. Late
advices n cfivcl p.t the White House were
construed to iiidic-.te tlmt the I.Vpublicans
would curry Indi.ina i:iid Hint there was a
smjill ch.uiiv fur earriinii Illim.is. The
rresi(t"tit also ha !ms of cjirryiuij West
Virginia iiml IMhwhi-h.
ItopnblicnnH Claim Went Virginia.
Pl-IT-Ml P.. Nov. '.. A Kpwial from
WhwKiiic to the Time Kep.) says: There
1 not ii 1'iKuie on which to lrae n relialile
estimate of the result in West Virginia,
not a half dozen precincts in the entire
Btate have been counted. In the city of
Wheeling rverytliiiiK is in donht. The
vote throuiihout the state was the heaviest
pollwl and the indications are that the
Kepulilicans have made gains. Chairman
Dawson, of the Republican state commit
tee, says the dtate has gone Republican ty
a good majority. Chairman Chilton, cf
the Democratic committee, does not con
About 05,000 In Pennnylvanla.
PHTLAPELrara, Nov. 9. The return are
coming in very slowly because of the delays
occasioned by the operation of the Aus
tralian ballot system, which was inaugu
rated yesterday. The state will probably
jrtve Harrison a majority of from 65,000 to
70,000. Four years ago it was 79,000. There
Is an increase Jf about 8 per cent, in the
Jersey Om for Cleveland.
Jerskt Citt, N. J., X0V. 9. Returns
from the state are coming In very slowly.
The indications are that the state has gone
for Cleveland by about ",ono. Wertz, Dem
ocratic candidate for governor, is running
very close to the Cleveland ticket.
Iemoerats Claim Connections
New Haven, Conn., Nov. I). Clinton B.
Davis, chairman of the Democratic state
committee, claims Cleveland has carried
the state by S.lCKl, that the senate is Demo
cratic nr.il the house divided, .-hile the
governorship Is doubtful. t
ManclitiMitr and New Hampshire.
Boston-, Nov. 9. Massachusetts will give
Republican majority on president. The
race for governor is in doubt. New Hamp
shire goes Republican. To figures can be
Rhode Island for Harrison.
' pRoviPExrE, Nov. . The total vote of
the state, lacking twenty districts, gives
Harrison 1S.S4K; Cleveland, 15,553. The
Btate goes for Harrison.
Maine elves 14,000 Plurality.
Poutland, Me., Nov. 9. Maine has gone
Republican by about 14,000 plurality.
Vermont Went for HarrUon.
MoxTi-ELiETt. Nov. fl.-This state gives
Harrison a good plurality.
" POPULISTS IN MISSOURI.
They Toll a BIr Vote Strange Mistake at
Kansas CitV, Nov. 9. The feature of
the election in Kansas City was the whole
sale disenfranchisement of Republican
roters by the Democratic recorder of voters
who fuiled to have their names placed on
the precinct poll books. It ise timated that
not less than 3,000 Republicans who were
properly registered were unable to cast
their ballots for this reason. Great excite
ment prevailed all day and a mob sur
rounded the office of the recorder, but al
though there was much talk of violence no
Warner Running Like a Deer.
In Kansas City and Jackson county Gov
ernor Warner, Republican, runs consider
ably ahead of his ticket. Returns from
scattering points in the Fifth congressional
latrict ahow that Tareney, Democrat, la
returned to congress by a largely reduced
plurality, the Populists having materially
affected his vote. Returns received from a
number of points in western Missouri show
that everywhere Warner, Republican, for
governor has run ahead of his ticket and
the Populists vote w'll be many thousands
more than estimated by either Democratic
or Republican committees.
Kleven Democratic Conirressmen.
ST. liOr is.Nov. 9. In the Kleventh district
where Charles F. Joy, Republican, ran
against John J. O'Neill, Democrat, there
were some indications early in the evening
that Joy was elected: at midnight it seemed
evident that O'Neill had triumphed. The
returns came in very slow from the state,
but enough was known at midnight to
warrant the assertion that all of the Dem
ocratic congressmen have been elected, ex
cept possibility in the Tenth district, where
the Republicans have gained their point.
Wanief Carries Ht. Lou la,
Warner's, Rep., majority over Stone,
Dem., for governor in the city is conceded
to be about 3,000 by the Democrats. The
Republicans claim 5,000 majority. Stone's
plurality in the state is said to be between
17,000 aud 18,000. The Cleveland electors
have been elected by a plurality of about
85,000. The Republicans have elected their
City ticket with the possible exception of
Judge of the circuit court, which may go
to the Democrats and sheriff, which has
prolmbly been captured by Pat Stead.
Both Claim Delaware.
Dover, Nov. 9. Both parties clnim this
state. Returns are indefinite,
IN THE SOUTHERN STATES.
They All Give Cleveland flood Majorities
Kn far as ltcporteil.
KAsnvn.LK, Nov. 9 Grover Cleveland
carries Tennessee by 65,000 plurality, and
Peter Tumey is elected governor by 50,000,
Buchanan, the Third party candidate,
polled only 20,000 votes. The Democratic
vote wr.s full but the Kepublicuusuud third
party fa!Il to come out The legislature
will be Demratic, A. A. Taylor, Repub
lican, and John Houk, Republican, lu-.ve
been elected to congress; all the rest are
Everything Democratic in Louisiana.
New Orleans, Nov. 9. Rain fell almost
throughout the state, the weather in many
parishes being so unfavorable that a very
light vote was polled. The returns clea-:y
indicate the re-election of a full Democrat ;c
congressional delegation. Cleveland's ma
jority will probably reach ti0,OUO in the
Indications in Virginia.
Richmond, Va., Nov. 9. Indications are
that the state will give 30,000 Democrat'"-!
majority. Cleveland carries this city . -C,c
majority, a gain of about 5,000 o"t
ltss. Wise. Democrat, for congress in tne
Third district, will have 6,000 to 7,000 ma
jority. Florida Makes No Change.
Jacksonville, Fia., Nov. 9. The Demo
cratic committee claims the Clevelai J
Hectors are elected by over 22,000 major
ity. The People's party vote was very
small not over 4,0oo and lighter than iD
the state election in October.
One Republican From Kentucky.
Louisville, Nov. 9. Indications re
that the Democrats have elected congre -men
in the First, Third, Fourth, Fif u.
Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Ninth and Tei th
districts. Republican in the Eleventh.
Second district in doubt. '
MiMlMlppI Ik a It Was.
Jacksox, Miss., Nov. 9. Returns
meagre. Cleveland carries state by prob
ably 20,000. Democrats claim the election
of all congressman. People's party re
ceived less votes than was expected.
All One Way in Sonth Carolina.
Charleston, Nov. 8. With the possible
exception of the Seventh district, which
may require the official count. South Caro
lina returns a solid Democratic delegation
to congress and chooses nine Cleveland
Populists Voted in Texas.
DALLAS, Tex., Nov. 9. Clark clai ns
south aud west Texas for governor IIo,
and Nugent ran closely in north Tex is.
Hogg leads, but Nugent, Populist, is poll
ing a heavier vote than expected.
Twenty Thousand in Arkansas.
LITTLE Rot K, Nov. 9. Returns indicate
a majority of 20,000 for Cleveland in tins
state. The Democrats have carried fi e.
and possibly six, congressional districts.
Alabaiaa 00,000 Democratic
New Orleans, Nov. 0. Alalwma goes
Democratic by tio.ooo. A full Democratic
delegation is returned to congress.
Twelve Thousand in Maryland.
Baltimore, Nov. 0 Maryland gives
Cleveland about l'j.ooo majority.
North Carolina .i- 30,000.
Raleigh, Nov. 9.- Thistnte gives Clere-
land about ,000 majority.
F.stimutes on Congressmen.
Chicago, Nov. l. The indications at
midnight were that the Democrats Y ad
elected the two eotigrossmen-at-large and
carried the Second, Third, Twelfth, Tl ir
teenth, Fourteenth, Sixteenth. Seventeen -h.
Nineteenth Mid Twentieth districts. The
Republicans had probably elected con
gressmen ir the First, Fifth, Sixth and
Seventh districts. Returns from the Fourth,
Eighth. Ninth, Eleventh and Fifteenth cis
tricts were too meager to give any indica
tion of the result.
Springe- Ke-Klected to Congress.
SmiNGFlKl.b, Ills., Nov. 9 The Stnte
Register says that Springer, Dem., for con
gress will be re-elected to congress by 4,000
THE REPORT FROM WISCONSIN.
The State Casts the largest Vote Ever
Milwaukee. Nov. 9. The weather was
perfect and election day closed as it
dawned bright and cloudless. Stimulat
ed by the favorable weather voters appea d
at the booths early and the polling steadily
increased throughout the day till nightfall
brought a hush and the campaign of 1 -
closed with the largest vote over polled
within the city. A conesjMinding incre ue
is reported throughout the state and 3",
000 is the estimate of the total cast. The
Prohibition nnd People's party cut a v. y
Insignificant figure in this election a id.
although bot1- leading parties laid sairn :l.e
claims to the outcome of the contest, v 'ry
little interest nnd ontlm-Oasm was dis
played. Tlit Outlook Ht Miilniu-ltt.
At midnight scarcely half of the retu tis
had lieen received. Cleveland so far l ad
the better of Harrison, and Spooner, Rep.,
for governor, was running away ahead of
the ticket. Oljen, Rep., for congress, wan
running well against Mitchell. No defi
nite summary, could be obtained and ihe
returns from the state were coming in v ;ry
slowly. The streets were thronged at a id
night and the bulletins from throughout
the country were being received with ip
One hundred and fifty precincts, includ
ing forty iD Milwaukee, give Hani ton
25.577; Cleveland, 25.S7, a Democratic net
gain of 4,505.
NEBRASKA RETURNS VERY TARDY.
What They Appear to Show The Con
Omaha, Nov. 9. At midnight returns
from Nebraska were still very fragment! ry,
owing to new law and poor method of
counting. Figures so far received indicate
that Weaver will carry the state by a lew
thousand. On governor result Is very
doubtful. Crounse Republicans, will aot
get as large vote in Omaha as expected nnd
Morton Democrat, develops unexpected
strength. Van Wyck, Independent, not so
strong among laboring classes in Omnha
as expected. Judged by returns of tne
tenth of precinct in state each of the three
candidates for governor will poll about 70,-
000 votes, same as two years ago. J
For congress, Bryan, Democrat, First
district, is re-elected, although the district
is Republican. In the Second district the
race is very close between Doan, Dem
ocrat, and Mercer, Republican. Partial
returns now favor Doan. The Third con
gressional district is close and in doubt, the
three candidates running almost even. In
the Fourth, Republicans will elect Hainer.
In the Fifth Democrats and Independents
will elect MeKeighan. In the Sixth Inde
pendents will elect Kem. The legislature
will be about 40 per cent. Republican, 40
per cent. Independent and 30 per cent.
VERY SLOW IN MICHIGAN.
Away Behind Time In Announcing the
Detroit, Nov. 9. The returns from the
state in up to midnight were so meagre
that nothing definite was known. The
Democrats, however, claimed the election
of their congressmen in the First. Second,
Fourth, Sixth, Seventh and Tenth districts,
and also that seven eln;tors for Cleveland
had been chosen. On the state ticket
Morse, Democrat, for governor, was prob
ably elected, but the rest of the ticket, it
was likeiy, had gone I Republican. No re
turns whatever were in on the legislature.
At the rate at which the returns in the
state are coming in it would lie tonight be
fore the result is known with any degree of
IN THE BUCKEYE STATE-
IJke AH the Kest l;. turns Are Mow
What It Looks Like.
Cincinnati. Nov. U. Indications are that
the Republicans have elected congressmen
in the First, .: n.i. Sixth, Seventh,
Eighlh. Ninth, Tentn, Kieventh. Fifteenth,
Sixteenth, Eighteenth. Nineteenth and
Twentieth district-. Democrats in the
Third, Fourth, Fuh, Twelfth, Thirteenth,
Fourteenth, Seventeenth and Twenty first
districts. The Democrats elected include
liarter and Tom L. Johnson. Hamilton
county gives Harrison nearly 4,000 plur
ality. Both Republican congressman are
elected, with nearly all the rest of the
ticket. The plurality in the state for Har
rison will be anywhere from 14,000 to 25,0).
Minnesota and the Dakota.
St. Paul, Nov. 9. Indications are that
the Republicans have carried the First,
Second and Fifth districts; the Democrat
the Third, Fourth and Sixth, and tje
Populists the Seventh. The state has gone
for Harrison on five electors by abot -.
18,000; on the four in which there is fusion
the result is close, with chances favorr
Harrison. North Dakota is apparently for
Harrison by 1,000. South Dakota leans
California Popiiliu Come Out Strong.
Sax Fkaxcisoo, Nov. 9 Contrary to the
predictions of the politicians the vote
throughout California has been very heavy.
Bulletins from the southern counties of
the state say the People's party vote is
The chairman of the state Republican
committee concedes the city of San Fran
cisco to the Democrats by 7,000 majority.
Iowa Goes Republican.
Des Moines, Nov. 9. Chairman Blythe,
of the Republican committee, claims the
state by 20,000 and the election j
of Republican congressmen in all but
the Second district and possibly
the First. Chairman Fullen, of the Demo
cratic committee, practically concedes the
state, but says the 3H0 precincts heard from,
are too few upon which to base an estimate.
Very Close in Colorado.
Denver, Nov. 9. It is utterly im possi
ble to say whether Harrisonor Weaver has
carried the state, though the Republican
ticket is probably elected by a good ma
jority. In Oregon and Washington.
Portland, Ore., Not. 9. The probabili
ties are that Oregon elects one Weaver
elector. Dispatches from Seattle indicate
nothing as to the result in Washington.
Wyoming and Nevada.
CHICAGO, Nov. 9. Returns from Wyo
ming give the state to Harrison. Weaver
undoubtedly carries Nevada.
MATTER FOR CONSIDERATION.
Should Additional Representatives Be
Elected to the Present Congresa?
Washington, Nov. 9. Blaine is repre
sented as attaching some importance to the
point originally raised by General Butler,
of Massachusetts, that the twenty-four ad
ditional representatives given to eighteen
states by the Eleventh census, and which
are to be represented by a corresponding
numoer oi votes m tne electoral college,
ought to be elected to and seated in the
present congrees before its expiration on
the 4th of March next. Blaine is quoted
"The subject is a curious and interesting
one. I am surprised that it has received so
little attedtion, or the attention it war
rants. I am clearly of the opinion that a
number equivalent to the number in the
electoral college should be added to the
delegates from the states affected. I do
not see any other way.
The Constitution Perfectly Clear.
"The constitution is perfectly clear on the
point that the electoral college should con
sist of an equal number to that of the to
tal representation from all the states in
the (or Fifty-second) congress. It does not
refer to some future congress. In my opin
ion it unquestionably refers to the present
or existing congress. It must refer to the
congress that counts the otes, which, of
course, is the present congress. 1 can well
see how this may become a very impor
tant question within the next few days. It
seems to me that the solution of the ques
tion is for the states given additional con
gressmen to elect them to this congress be
fore it expires. I do not see how, suppos
ing, after an election, these additional con
gressmen pre muted themselves, it is possi
ble to refuse them admission.
The irouod Carlisle Took.
During the debate on the apportionment
bill in January, 1891, Senator Carlisle took
the ground that the uumtier of representa
tives in the electoral college must corre
spond to the number in congress, and so,
by inference is assumed to have held that
If the number of electors was increased to
correspond with the new apportionment
the number of congressmen must be in
creased in the present congress. Superin
tendent Porter, of the census, adds to the
discussion his opiuion that the additional
members authorized by the census enum
eration ought to have been elected before
the assembling of the Fifty-second con
gress. May Become an Important Point.
The point may possibly become of im
portance hereafter. Able lawyers, how
ever, express the opinion that there is noth
ing serious in it. They say that the mere
far, if I be a f.ir.t. th-t r?tair' of the states
nave tailed to avail themselves ot the Km
representation to which they were entitled,
cannot in any way affect the validity of
the action of all the states collectively. In
other words that the shortcoming of any
state in failing to provide itself with the
full number of congressmen, to which it
might have been entitled under the law
cannot be held to vititate the action of
the congressmen whom it has actually
elected to represent it. In legal phrase, no
Btate can take advantage of it own tort.
THE VERY LATEST.
The President" Oive It I p.
Washjhgton. Nov. 9 President Har
rison hasadmitted his defeat and aban
doned allhope of re election.
Des Moineb, Nov. 9. Iowa practical
ly complete. gives Harrison 10,000 ma
jority. Chicago, Nov. 9. Returns from
doubtful stales are very meagre and de
cisive figures nil! not be obtained before
night. The Daily News eajs : Illinois,
New York, New Jersey and Connecticut
Indianapolis Nov. 9 Tvrenty-thre
counties in Indian completely overcome
the republican mhj ri'.y of 18S8 and give
the democrats 7 500 majority.
Whitelaw Itcid Concedes It.
New Yokk. Nov. 9 I ce latent returns
indicate intt Hrrim is overwhelm
ingly defeated. Whi-e'iv lie id' 8 paper
gives Mr Cievclauil 270 vou e in the
electoral college; H .irir-oa, 137
Indianapolis, N.:v. 9 The democrats
claim Indiana now by 12 000 baeed upon
the latent and most rdUb.e figures
Chic go. Nov. 9 The Inter Ocen
hsc jut posted the following sigcificant
bulletin: Cltveland s election is conceded
and A!te:d (d mocra') is elected gov
ernor of I linois.
Chicago Nov. 9 The latest advices
from Colorado are that the Btate, like
Cel.fornia. h.s gone democratic. The
Trit ur.e hag announced the election of
CieveUnd and AJigjld, Under present
e8timae the Illinois lrgi.-Utore will
st&rid 28 .'emcraiic senators, 23 repub
licaoe; 83 democratic representatives, 70
Boston, Maes , Nov 9 Russell is
re-elected and Cleveland carries the
New York, Nov. 9Clevelaml re
turns 265 votes in the electoral college .
New York, Nov. 9, 4:30 p. m, The
New York Sun gives Cleveland Indiana
by 13.000. New York by 57,000. Illinois
by 25,000 and Wisconsin by 15,000. It
appears that Cleveland has simply swept
Indiana Conceded to Cleveland.
Indianapolis, Nov 8. The Sentinel
claims that Cleveland carries the state by
12,000. The democratic state committee
semi-official advice from all counties
which indicate the state has gene 10,000
majority for the entire democratic ticket.
The republicans trive the Btate up by
Chicago, Nov. 9. One thousand two
hundred and twenty-three precincts ont
of 1,467 in the Btate give Cleveland
207,820, Harrison 197,003 Cleve-
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