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SL AND UAILY
VOL. XL NO. 305.
ROCK ISLAND, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 10, 1892.
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THEY CARRY TWENTY-TWO STATES,
with Five Votes from Michi
gan Hold 267 in the Elec
Illinois, Wisconsin and Most of the Other
Donbtful States Know Where They Are
and All Are Democratic, Except Where
the Popollsts Ire Banning Strong Even
Ohio Conceded to the Democratic Col
umn by the Cincinnati Commercial Ga-
aette Wearer Carries Three States Bare
and Is Making It Warm in Two Others
Situation as to Congress.
Chicago, Not. 10. The counting 1b near
er done than it was Tuesday night and the
result is so clear that nobody need be mis
taken. Cleveland has received the votes of
the following states: New York, Illinois,
Indiana, Alabama, Georgia, Maryland,
Michigan (5 votes). New Jersey, South Car
olina, Texas, Louisiana. Arkansas, Flor
ida, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri,
North Carolina, Tcnnewe, Virginia, Dela
ware, West Virginia, Connecticut and
Wisconsin; total, 267.
Slates That Co for Harrison.
Harrison has carried the following states
according to the latest advices: Massachu
setts, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Ver
mont, Maine, Michigan, Rhode Island,
Minnesota, Montana, Iowa, Oregon, South
Dakota, California, Washington, North
Dakota, Wyoming, Kansas; . total, 137.
There is some little doubt about the last
five, but they seem to have e'o:.-; ,
Went for Weaver.
And the following are the electoral votes
Weaver will get: Nevada, Nebraska and
Colorado; total, 15.
Ohio Conceded to the Democrats.
The Cincinnati Commercial Gazette this
morning concedes Uhio to the Democracy,
which, if it conies out that way, gives
Cleveland SI more votes, or 2t0. The Dem
ocrats at last reports this morning also
claim California with 9 votes, mak
ing the total for Cleveland 299
There is no further news from New York
except that Cleveland's plurality will reach
44,000. Delaware is true to the Democracy.
Whether the Democrats will have a major
ity of the senate of the United States is still
in doubfbnt with the Populists they will,
and the Populists may hold the balance of
THE CONGRESSIONAL SITUATION.
publican Cain Rot the Democrats
Have a tiood Majority.
CmrAi;o, Xov. 10. It is difficult to say
just, how the rifty-third cone-ess will
stand, but the ligures in the following ta
ble are coi-mt as can Ik given with present
Nevada train). ...
New Hampshire .
Rborle lslan-ifno election
V- est tririnia
Totals . .
KNOWS WHERE SHE IS AT."
Illinois Is Democratic bj About 20,000 -
Chicago, Nov. iO. Returns from nearly
all the congressional districts in the state
are complete and indicate that the Demo
crats have elected congressmen in the
First, Second, Third, Fourth. Eighth,
Twelfth, Thirteenth, Fourteenth. Six
teenth, Seventeenth, Eighteenth and Nine
teenth districts, and two congressmen-at-
large. Republicans are elected 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 the official count to deter
mine the result definitely.
National and Slat Tickets.
The national and state tickets have a
Democratic majority estimated at 20,000 to
25,000. Democrats have a majority in the
senate oi wree ana in me nouse ot recre-
sentative of eleven. In this city the Dem
ocrats carry about everything, and the ma
jority tor Cleveland and Altgeld is 24,000
Wards that have been reliably Republican
for years have given big majorities for the
Democratic ticket, and in fact tne election
amounted to a revolution.
The Vote in Cook Connty.
When the figuring closed at midnight the
vote in Cook had ran sp to the sui-nrininir
ytal of 24C.750. Of this Cleveland had re-
cetveo mijw ana.narrrson iuv,H!i,. Maying
a .near plurality in raror or tne Democrats
of 32,076. Such a majority was never
dreamed ef by the most Democrats. Cleve
land went to the country towns of Cook
county with a majority of S4,Oy7, and these
towns only give Harrison 2,021 majority.
The State Outside the City.
Incompleteness and lateness of returns
from the state districts outside of ' Chicago
prevent even a reasonable estimate of tne
advantage whictT the Republicans have
there. It will cut no material hole In the
great Democratic plurality of Cook coun
ty. Reports from nearly ell the districts
nhow that the Democrats have made gains
In voting strength even in places where
there- was a decrease in the number of
votes east, as compared with the poll in
18S8. In many instances - the Democrats
gained over the great avalanche of plurality
In 189(. It is thought that complete re
turns from the country regions will not be
in hand before tonight, and possibly not
AND NOW HERE GOES OHIO.
The Reliable Buckeye State
COLI'MUB, Nov. 10. Late returns reveal
the fact that the result in Ohio is very
dose. The Democratic electors have a lead
of a little over 700 plurality, with four
counties to hear from. Three of these are
Democratic, the fourth, Gennga, is Repub
lican. S. M. Tavlor, Republican candidate
for secretary of state, claims his election by
576. It is howerever thought that he runs
bebind the Republican electors.
Democratic Committee Ileport.
The Democratic committee has reports
from the county chairmen of thirty-six
counties, which show a net Democratic gain
for Cleveland for 14,440. This leaves fifty
five counties to hear from. At the same
ratio of increase the state will go Demo
cratic, but the Republicans hojie for a
different result and are still claiming Ohio
by a cood plurality for Harrison. Col. V
A. Taylor, the Democratic candidate for
secretary of state, claims his election by 1,
5H0 plurality, while Hon. S. M. Taylor," the
fteplubltcan still insists that he is safe.
Net Democratic Gain of 11,0.0.
1Ujm t.)UUty chairmen at the state
headnuartei-s nartallv confirm the hir-
! ures of the Democrats. The latest corn-
pli-te returns received from the Demo
cratic chairmen of comity committees from
eighteen counties show a net Democratic
gain of 11.0-50. The Democrats claim the
state for the Cleveland electors by a plural
Itp ranging from 1,000 to 1.5O0. Republic
ans concede t'lat it is very close, and will
require the official count to decide.
INDIANA IS DEMOCRATIC.
Cleveland Carries the State by About
jNWANArol.ls. Nov. 10. Indiana lias
joined the procession and is Democratic in
all branches. Returns are now sufficiently
complete to give fairly reliable estimates
on all the ninety-two counties of the state.
They show that Cleveland lias carried it by
a' least, T.OOii and the entire Democratic
state ticket is elected by pluralities in the
same neighborhood. The People's anil
Prohibition parties did not come anywhere
near their expectations.
I'tincrt-M and lcUIat nrr.
Kleven Democrats mid two Republicans
are elected to congress a follows: First,
district, A. 11. Taylor. Democrat: Second,
John 1.. Bret., Democrat: Third. .lason A.
Brown. Democrat: Fourth. William S. Dol
man. DeiiKH-r.it: Fif;l.. (icorge W. Cooper,
Democrat: Sixth. H. T. Johnson. Republi
can: Seventh. W. D. Bynimi. Democrat;
Eighth. K. V. lii-ook-iiiiv.Di-iiKK-iat: Ninth,
Daniel Waimh. Republican. Tenth,
Thomas Hammond. Democrat; Kleventh,
A. X. Martin. Democrat: Twelfth. W. F.
McNaghtu. Democrat: Thirteenth. C. G.
Conn. Democrat. The legislature is Demo
cratic by a majority of about M! Conjoint
iKtitot. nssr.nng 11 I'emoerrtttc senator to
Sllei-ccd 1 lirpie.
Kvasv:i.i.k. Xov. 11. Vandcrburg
county complete gives Cleveland TO majori
ty. A treat i r part of the local Democratic
t icket is cleci-d.
(WISCONSIN NO LONGER DOUBTFUL,
Democrat ic by l:t.OOO, lnrliitling
Jnrity of the 1-jcislature.
MiLVAl kki-:. Nov. 10. The victory of
Democracy in Wisconsin is complete. Ed
C. Wall last nij;bt claimed the state of
Wisconsin with i:).000 majority for the
Democrats. Complete report from all
over the state give the Democrats twelve
state senators, which, together with fifteen
holdover senators, gives them twenty-seven
out of the thirty-three votes in the senate
wiUt Ui eliam oi rsuious this nnmber to
twenty-nine. Sixty-six Democrats have
been so far elected to the assembly, and a
(rreaX number of Democratic strongholds
have not vet lieen heard from. This
sure the elect ion of a Democratic United
States senator to succeed Senator Philetus
Payne Ciives I p the Fight.
Henry C. Payne, the political sage of the
Republicans of Wisconsin, stated last
night that he had no reports warranting
him in making even a guess of the Demo
cratic plurality in the state, but he sup
posed Peck would have something like
5.000 plurality. Alfuut the result in the
country at Isrire Mr. Pavne savs that he
has not heard from any t bis fellow-mem-
ocrs o: tne nanouai committee, who were
doubtless all too full for utterance. Chair
man Thorn, of the Republican state com
mittee, said the workinumen were the
cause of the defeat. Tliey thoug.it that the
Democratic idea of tariff would lie better
lor them and wanted to trv it.
REPUBLICANS CARRY MICHIGAN.
Including the Legislature Majority 8,000
Detboit, Nov. 10. According to the re
turns now in, which are somewhat meager,
it appears that the following congressmen
are successful: First district, J. Logan
Chipman, Democrat; Second, James Gor
man, Dem.; Third. J. C. Burrows, Rep,
fourth, n. t Thomas, Kep.; Fifth, G.
Richardson, Dem.; Sixth, D. D. Aitkin,
Rep.; Seventh, P. L. Wixson, Rep.: Eighth,
W. L. Linton. Rep.; Ninth, John W. Moon,
Rep.; Tenth, T. A. E. Weadock, Dem.
Eleventh, John Avery, Rp.; Twelfth,
M. S ephensou, llcp. The Republicans
have carried eight out of the fourteen elec
toral districts.- The legislature will prob
ably lie composed as follows: Senate Re
publicans, 18; Democrats and Populists,
14, House uepawieans, 46; Democrat
and Populisms, 69L ...... . .
ipiatr Is Republican.
LATER. There are sufficient returns now
to show conclusively how Michigan has
gone. The Republican state ticket is elected
by majorities ranging from S,000 to 15,000.
The Democrats have elected their congress
men in the First, Second, Fifth, Seventh,
and Tenth districts. They have also se
cured five electors. The legislature, which
chooses a United States senator, is Repub
lican in both branches.
KANSAS IS MIGHTY CLOSE.
Republicans Claim tl.e State, Bat the
Tote Is Not All In.
Tufeka, Nov. 10. From complete re
turns from ninety-two counties and esti
mates ou the remaining fourteen -'Chairman
Simpson, at 11 o'clock last night,
stated that the Republican state and elec
toral tickets have been elected by a .may
fority of 584. He also admits that an offi
cial count will be necessary to determine
the result. He also claims that the Re
publican candidates for congiws at-Iargs
have been elected. And admits that the
remaining four districts have probably
been carried by the Fusionists.
Also Claims the legislature.
He also claims that the Republicans bar
a large majority of the legislature on joint
ballot, having elected 75 of the 125 mem
bers of the house and a small majority of
the senate. The Democrats and People's
part; committees claim that the fusion
ticket has carried the state by about 13,000,
but they have received no definite return
ind their claims are based almost entirely
)n rough estimates.
IN THE TWO DAKOTAS.
Roth Seem to Have finite Repnbliea-
Other Western States.
Pikrre, S. D., Nov. 10. Seven ot the
most Kpulous counties in South Dakota
report decided Republican gains with a
falling off of the Populist vote of 25 per
per cent., and later recurns from other
counties confirm these representations,
which means the election of the entire R
publican state ticket by a plurality larger
than at first estimated, bringing the fig
ures np to 1.200 plurality. The election of
Lucas and Pickler, Republican congress
men, is assured by a higher plurality.
About. 60 per cent, of the Democrats havsj
voted for the N eaver electors, but the Pop
ulist vote fell off. Weaver men still
aim the state. The legislature will prob
ably be Republican.
Nebraska looks Like Weaver. '
Omaha, Nov. 10. Returns are very slow.
but if the counties to be heard from keep
up the ratio Weaver will carry the state by
small plurality. Crounse, Rep., will have
small plurality for governor, as will the
rest of the Republican state ticket. Bryan,
Dem., is returned from the First district by
less than 100 plurality. Mercier, Rep., U
elected in the Second by about 800. The
Third district is in doubt. Hainer, Rep.,
is elected in the Fourth by 1,000 plurality.
McKeiguan, Pop. -Dem., carries the Fifth
by 2JXt majority. Kern, Pnn carries the
Sixth by a small plurality. The Legislature
will be Populist-Democratic.
Some Indications From California.
San Frakcisco, Nov. 10. According to
returns counted in this city thus far Cleve
land will have a plurality of about 7,000.
Returns are too meagre to say with pod
tiveness which electoral ticket has can led
the state, but indications are that Cleve
land's plurality in this city will be over
come by Harrison's plurality in other parts
Of the state and that the latter will prob
ably carry the state by a ulurality consid
erably less than that of four years ago.
Weavers vote was larger than expected.
The legislature is still in doubt, but will
probably lie Republican on joint ballot.
Wants the Official Count iu Wyoming.
Chkyknnk, Wyo., Nov. 10. It will re
quire thc.oflicial count in Wyoming to de
cide if Wyoming is for Harrison or Weaver,
The majority will not be li0 either way.
Chairman Vaudevanter. of the Republican
state committee, concedes the election of
Osborne, for governor and Clark for sn-
preme judge. He claims the legislature on
joint ballot, and the election of Clarence
Clark to conj-ress by SfO. Chairman New,
of the Democratic committee, says the
Democrats and Populists have 10 majority
in the legislature and have elected Osborne
governor, Clarke, supreme judge 'and Cof
feen congressman by a majority of 500.
Iowa Republican by 28,000.
Des Moivks, Nov. 10. The returns se
far received indicate a Republican plural
ity of 22,000 in Iowa on electors. The state
ticket mns a little befclnd. The Republi
cans elect congressmen in ten of the eleven
districts. Walter I. Hayes, of the Second
district, is the only Democrat elected.
The People's party vote will reach 35,000
and the Prohibition vote 8,000.
(Continued on Fonrth pace.)
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