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VOL LNO 69 m NEW YORK WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8 1882 PRICE TWO CENTS
THE PALL OF A PARTY
An End to Republican Misrule
and Corruption
Grover Cleveland Elected by a
I Majority of 150000
THE PEOPLE TRIUMPHANT
Secor Robeson Repudiated in
New Jersey
BUTLER ELECTED IN I MASSACHUSETTS
Miles Boss also Buried Under the
Political Avalanche
While Connecticuts Little Giant
is Elected Governor
TIE NEW HOUSE DEMOCRATIC
Camerons Man Defeated
in Pennsylvania
Gala or DMaoeralle ConKretanita aad Aa
e ablyraea In New Tork inteCamdl
data of tko 17nlld DcaiMrucjr In tala
City and Count Elected Brooklyn and
Kl ce CoMHtr Democrat Vlctorlont
All Hand Good Fccllnv and Hrjatclnc
Yoterdays elections resulted In whirl
wind of DemOte victories
lu this state Grover Clev eland Is elected
Governor by a majority which according to the
returns received uv to the hour ot going to
press will probably not full short of 150000
BU majority In thl city alone Is I about isO
I Brooklyn he hai 1 majority of 33000 The
remainder of the Democratic State ticket N I
elected by majorities ftbout equal to Clevelands
Franklin Edsou is elected Mayor ot this city
by about 35000 majority and the remainder of
the Democratic local ticket li eected by major
ities ranging from 12000 to 20000
The hole Democratic local ticket In Brook
lyn Is elected
Gen Tracy the Republican candidate tor Su
preme Court Judge In the Second Judicial dis
trict L defeated by Judge Brown the Demo
oratlo candidate I I
The Democrats hare gained at leat two Con
gressmen In this State nud the Indications are
that they will have an Increased majority In the
Assembly assuring a just renprortlonmcnt of
the State
In this city Nicholas Muller CD S S Cox
IDI William DorsbelmerlD John Hard IDI
aid Abram 6 Hewitt IDI are elected to Con
gress John J Adams IDI tind W L Strong
II are probably elected
Becor llobeson Is defeated tor Congress In the
Fit New Jersey district by a majority esti
mated at 1500 His own county gave several
hundred majority against him
Miles Rosa the flyer and Harbor jobber Is
defeated for Congress In the Third Nw Jersey
district and the Indications are that his follow
jobber Henry 8 Harris In the Fourth district
Is also defeated
The Democratic gains of Assemblymen In
Hew Jersey Insure a Democratic majority on
joint blot in the Legislature
Gen Butler is elected Governor of Massa
chusetts by I majority of about 20000 The
Democrats gain three or four Connre men in
Massachusetts
The returns from Pennsylvania come In
slowly but late estimates give Fattlion tbo
Democratic candidate Governor I plurality
of SOOOO oet Beaver
Waller the llttlo Democratic Giant of Con
Beoticut Is elected Governor by a majority es
timated at from 2000 to 3000 The Democrats
gain two Congressmen In Connecticut electing
throe out of the four to which the State Is en
titled
In Wisconsin the Democrats ualn three Con
grossmcn
In California tho Democrats have a majority
on the general ticket estimated at from 2000 to
3000
In Texas the whole Democratic ticket ia I
elected by an overwhelming majority
The Democrats arB victorious In Georgia
Missouri nnd Louisiana and gain a Cougto
man in Iowa
Late returns Indicate the election of the
Democratic State ticket In Indiana by about
8000 majority
Tho coalitionists claim tho election of Wlt
for Congressman nt Large In Virginia by 20000
majority but lain returns gave Democratic
I gains and tho Democrat weio hopeful of
Jfassoxs election
TIIK STATE
TROY Nor Cleveland sweeps Rene
lasr county and his majority will probably
reach 3500 Cleary Democrat U elected to the
Assembly In tho First district Van Voomt l
Democrat Is probably elected in tho Hecond
whllH Sweet Democrat had no opposition 11
the Third Ilmlelch Republican for Congress
had no opposition
KouwicH Nov Cleveland carries Clionan
go county by about U Ray Republican eluct
ed to Oonir5 < s A1 mbly very close
AuntKX Nov 7 S rcno C Iajno Rupubll
can candidate for Congress In the T wmt
sixth dictrlct it I eicted t Jich I hamilton
JenoiratIc flflhllIlILtC for < omll In the Irl
dl trll cud Ionlrlato Wllnl I 10 i h I itt IIII all II
tlio Second dlbtrlct un iIci Jh 1 county
VIIU tTVCUMU UlOl4IVl li t m vv jl r COllty
of Cnyu a elves aljout 1500 iuav > rlty fir the
DtTiiOwlrttlcMatrt ticket
lIiTH Nov 7Htcub county 1 irsj dlstrii t
O > h I Sarl Dcmorat elocted I to Asv mbly
Kcond dlstilit Andmw 1 Craig Ieunort Is
lootnd John Arnut Democrat 14 l beted to
COIUIBSS i In I tho TwcntJninth I dNtilvt t
Huif VLO Nov 7Irlu count in IMI > elves
Clcvilimt 0000 mnjiilty l Muullnn t I Icpub I
can for ConKrtds muM 111nd I tin count Y Ihk t
ot ami lnirdel lemo rat oliitlon l claiiitctl
Itj HoriiiiSTKB Nov 7 Firly ret uic in MOUIUK
oouuty ttlve Cleveland nlrfint lSmj majoilty
Oil 1 Irwmleaf Ueinociatlsil ctcdtoCoircs4
<
hI l trIO t luiijorlt t y leah I IJemociat U I oh ctd I
to AssBinbly In lloihestir by lWO lloth the
other illstrfits probably Democrat
KIMIIU Nov 7 Chemung CoUnty clvii
II
rievnland l utJ2f ra jorlty J OConiiir
I Deiaociat IB elected Assunibl > iuan It U morn
than probable that John Arnut Democrat 1
eUuted to Congress horn this district
rUitvKxia Nov 7ln the Second Assembly
tUITOI
district Haratoga County H H Clement Indn
Hurnoll 1
9 4Ut1eLd I Itepubilcuo U I elected over Puller
regular Republican by about 1800 majority
Thru county Riven l Folgor about trl mnorlty
JUt tflA Nov7DwlghtTownscnd Umlnos
candldato for Congress In the First District
ban bean burled oiitof ulcht I Perry liolmonfs
majority In the district It Is thought hero will
bn between fiOOO and 6000 wi
00 60
lHrTiox Nov 7Helmonts majority InHiif
folk County Is S00 < > Hourly equal to tho whole
iiumtttir of votes cost for him in 1H80
LntKHiirr Nov 7 Locktiort city oompleto
lives b71 majority for Clnriilaiid Niagara
Iouuty will give him fully OUt majority Hotli
Dumocratlo Assemblyman elected Htovenq
Democratio Congressman It I elected In the
Thirtyfirst district Slocuiuo majority 800 In
tho county to
tliaatpd flurnllllea by ounllea ni Co
re villa ta Vntolu 1S1
IA2 tfQI
non oa cr una
I e
bind Ir IrcI1 car
0 lU CM
Cetii Jl 1 Dcwi 1
Albuiyloooo h1998
AlleKany t50 2580
llroomo SOO 1230
Cattaratigun 40 l1f
Caviua moo 269
Chautauijtiii 1000 3U
Chemung 1600 l 262
Chonanco 800 1247
Clinton 900 IS0
Columbia 20OO 1011
Cortland 300 109
Delaware 60 tOU
Dutches 2000 2sr
Erie 4000 1919
Rosox 800 1640
Franklin 760 IG9
Fulton A Hamilton 100 479
Ocncsco 616
Oenlsoo 891
Ono 1500 8
Horklmor 500 781
Jefferson 1800 2030
King 10000 1283
Lewis 800 85
Livingston 350 17
Madison 100 151
Monroe 800 l S
Montgomery 1000 35i
Now York79000 36732
Niagara 2500 15
Oneida 2500 Gt
Onondaga 2400 812
Ontario 300 1223
Orange 2000 315
Orleans 800 13
Oswego 379 3014
31
Otneso 1200 5i
rutnaiu 300 253
Queens 50 lil
Roneiolaer 8oO 326
Richmond 2200 1232
nod Inn 1 1300 71
St Lawrence 4000 601
Saratoga 500 203J
Schenoctudy IO IH
Hcholmrlo 1500 126
SUmyler 200 533
Seneca 7t 59
Stoiiben 2500 13i
Suffolk 1400 il
Sullivan 400 309
Tloga 150 55
TompVins 1000
TOllkll 10 HI
Ulster 900 21
Wumn 250 439
Wavtio 1100 240
Washlnfjton 2500 271
Westchcster 3000 72
Wyoming 70 1209
Yates 400 1051
Total 175C75 22550 51018 C4070
Plurality 15J090
Aaieaabljrmaa Elected
The last I Assembly stood 67 Democrats and 61
Republicans The indications axe that the
Democrats will have abut 10 majority In the
next Assembly
Atluxy f
1S 15 l jami > r Hlffirin D
I I Daniel P Winn D 10 t B > ImU u
W S Kelly U IT Jnim K Onlnn n
5 E1ird A Maher D 14 U II P t Vli Klnr r
4 Joebli IM haat D 9 Kdwardfc I f oventry D
A1UC1KT JO JaiMM Harrem U
CharleaS GI Hall B 21 rheud KnoMielu R
no Jacub Y Miller i
Uitkter Bartlett D 21 I I I H hit laker 1
cnTUUG I Jl P I Mreen U
I C x i c ry It aliititji
1 b I Suhomnnaktr R I I Inepll W IlifglDf D
CTUIIA 2 Thin V Wle4 I
I J B Hamilton D I > FIUA
Win Ilowlsnd K I William To < rnwuil D
cnTquA 2 rUrtiicIWUImmi D
I f I Corbett D J Otcar F llr K
2 u P Price Il ovovmai
cttavi < a I James Old R
J J O 1iiniivr D X Y O FnrTarlt
rnti > io 3 Jobu Li htnn I I
llainlltun flielp D ft Timo
rUTO Frank Klre l >
B T > Ilapp I ORISAI
COLVIIIa 1 J U O Dell 11
A I Ttchvrnierhorn D J Jacob U IJUumlik D
COBttAKD URLIIII9
JiuUon 11 Kelaon O Henry M Hard R
DI41Wik OWEGU
Timothy Handeraon B I I A Ioucher D
De 2 Bjrtn Helm H
I Jalne kant Jr R oravco
J 1 JohnO Rnen D I Wr Ely D
nl t H D Klton I D
I T VRrien I rcrMm
2 iudfre > Frt B J VTIltou lrook R
3 PllaaA llawlayK I eras iii
4 T W Jacaacn D I LuIs K Church D
j Job Sotuhwlck K 2 Utorse K Buhner D
un an
N ti Boynton R I W V Oleary Ii
rHixiiii 2 H A Derrtik R
W T ONeU B 3 llufut VDnd 0
VL AU uL0 fSfiOJip
J ne Bur R j raima oruoai D
AiAEl noCKLJLKP
n Mchol D Wml Ttioraiiioa D
ousI A r LAWBIJICI
I F 8 Pccier D 1 bel l awlart R
RLRiIsi 2 U I O Itrctwith R
A 1 RIK R J Deo 7 Krrrln R
Jru lBiTfx
I I f I lunl I I 1 It runia1n R
i W U Thomson P 3 II > CloHHUU I R
XOo3 ffnt jCTiby
i vilchiuic Mailer o Jauitir WailJell D
J L 1 llanuaiiIi SC1IOII1C1I
3 Lima 1 1 llrnr U lladlev Snjder D
I ratrick urns O Iou
1 J 1 heriilau I D ATultlt U I
u f I Hciarren U Mtr4
7 C I Uuil ar I 1 J IOKer O
K Kolit > iuiinolly O TKlIIK
j vlfrcd II4JA It J 1 O S SeurlH
III I tt ha < F W lllnrJ D J t u Cralir H
II U J Manu K KCrifiL
IJ J Vortlruer C Carl D Ilwm Duller D
nu fCI Lit AN
friend lloitu Irol I MMl O
LIVI I41OX TOO
KiJir M Miitt R W B Fur U
N IIlIV TOuriciAS
Uco U R < ujauin I J 7 h Cady 1
MOXKOk rtjiiaB
I D J nelmul U 1 l lollll I M tsnjI n
2 Daiia llralrv U J Z U M 11 I Wilt l I
i r r I Hutu li 3 flio L I IlintJict D
5UATINVtLT I HtltFI
J 1 neIi D L n i I I
HEV YORK is 5HI > nrnv
I ychaH Murphy D I IUM 1 Armdrnnr R
J 1 lni aOllvrr fI i rtm > K 1arll K
J fatriik I Oatlrv I Af H
4 IoIiu W I ml I Oar VVoJ K
5 Iiumlnli Mullany I i WniK riMiitToodR 1
I T J L 7 Campbell II I KBSTCIirSTkB
T K L V nil Alltn R 1 Klwln l It Kyea D
l iin
9 flilllu VVIillg II j U h VV Jolmion in
9 Frtd 1 Home I a John iiiMt n
10 lleorgl V iOet h P vomMJ
II 1 lUmplen lluhh D Henry X fut nIt
12 K A hchvvarz l > VATH
It I lltnr > I Sira < ue R btaSonti tKvehrjil U I
H Jatb Kunteman I
CancrOMiacu IMftleJ lu > en York Kale
liltl 1 innf I
I Perrv Belinont D Hl A Johiwn R I
JUn r KibtliMin U la 1 vlrraiu X Ijrker R
Jlarvvln I Jill a 1 SI Orori I Vel 1
4 trlU rullllttll U jll I t VI HIT K
tWI Mull D 71 fhnrli I it sxmntr ft
c S M Con I 5iI l V > 1rK < li
7 Win lliihiiner D 34 Nivm W Nuiilnir It
H lullll J AilailU t > 1 > rnl llUccik 11
uliihn llarill I > jii 101 I I t 1 t e It
laHr > iiH IIritt I in l vv VVat irlti rt
II I VVm I MrnlK ft I jt tet I tun r Mllanl I I
IJ Waldo Mutchlm D iJoliii I Vru < it U I
l cJcIii II Ketcham I R IH 4 ilrelKnf U
U I I i I i Heacti D In I < MwlrlK I
fiJilill r I Hnvei I Ir I t I1 John V I ulon1
1 1 sn VlUlie I lll 1 Bi r K I
ITllnir O Hilflelkll I I
171 n r1 II i1 II M 11I 1
I iiim trtrK IX IVX1ldfVI1
Iulilnu I Irrlrd Uuno nlialilc < nla nl
tuur ur Five Conitl r liiin
rmtAi > nJim Nov 7 RittiiiiN como iu
fioui the State ami city very Mowly tonight
lull tlium icc 1 lvid huw heavy DMIIUI itlc
uilD I a and Indliato I the I clcotlrm n I lnt I I ion
IIm I iiivornur 11 ov > > rJO non plurality
llllD I I Vihllo I t IUtH1 I I In I irotibl > ilelnitod for
fuu iir S lu I thi 1 we lit iti ft II dl 1st tiKM and
hUiiuil llarrlt I p In the louitecutli lll trlcl
tle
Joscih hurantoii C Itcp > in cnrtnlnly defcatnd
fur fonirrc In tho Twelfth district Iost
I ItHin I t I If I Hlcutoil Illho I I Fifteenth I district
1loafrf I Hiiitor Mitchell county rives the
Iiidepondnl Iloimbllcau State ticket 500 plu
rality Congri imnan at Large Klllott IDem
plurality biio Congreisniiiu Drown Rep
iHOO plurality Ilep
Iutter county gives Beaver JjO plturatjty
Fui Vwistvw Civu LIe1 1 5W IluraLlty
The Republicans elect their candidate for the
A iembly
In l rk county Pattlnons majority Is putt
mated It7 01 In Itandlnc Iattlsons ma
lorlty Is 1041 a DemocratIc gait of O Nine
teen olootlou districts lu tho county Klvo a
Democratic gain of 12N The Prohibition
voto In heading Is about GOO and Htowartd 20
Thn Indications are that Northampton coun
ty will give PattUon 4000 plurnllty
LconilnB county gives iattlson 1700 plu
majority rality For ConKiXSK barley lOom his a small
York County Pattlaonn plurality In 4000
For Connrars Duncan Worn SCOii plurality
onlrc
Thu Democrats oleot all tholr candidates fur
this Assembly
Everhart opIIR elooted to Congress In tho
Sixth district by a liruu majority
Miniln county glvm Pattloon 1 plurality of
250 Clark UOO aud Elliott JjQ For Congress
UurtlnlDoiul 300
Bedford county Pattlson 250 plurality For
Congrosa Coftroth Worn loo majority Tho
Democrats elect both candidates for Assembly
Chester county Hoturna mciuiro but enough
to Indicate a nluralltyof about 1000 forltoavur
Afldiiioif Thd ltoSks Km beaten At mid
night Jtioutnut stnot U I blonkod with people
for HQiiares itaruly havu such sconce been
WltI1ei4ed won In ProHlduntlal years limo Il
HUltof tho Independent revolt against llcaver
Camerons candldato for Oovornoi has nmilo
such 1 vrldii bnmch In the Republican party
that 1attlKon Democrat Is ulvctud The
llguros can only b elvcn approximate
Ir but thl only question H I HS to tho
Mizo of PattUoiiH plurality At nildnlcht
only MMittoiinif counties of the Stato havu been
heard from and tho indications are that Patti
Hon will have a plurality of about 30 000 over
Beaver tot 1 single ward In rhlladolphln ban
roturnoil its vote but l scattering returns Indi
cate thnt Beaver has carried tho city by irfir
lup tot 8tovv arts VoLt In the Mtnlo will prob
ably reach 75000 The IrooubaokLabor ticket
In not panning out well The Stalwarts spent
thousand of dollars In trying to turn Demo
cratic vote to Armstrong and expected that
ho would poll SOIKX of which fO to 70000
would come off of Pattlson Thoy expected to
olset the Hepubllcan votes for Stewart In this
nay They have failed Armstrongs total
voto Is I estimated at midnight at about 30000
The oto for rtownrt does not onrrootly Indi
cate the Independent ttrcnictti A grunt many
hepubllcans voted directly for Patttuon to
make his election cure
The Domocrats have elected Klllott Congress
man at Large Ilandall over Mall In the Third
district Krmcntrout over 5IoIlo < i In the
Eighth Mutchler over lllery In tho Tenth
Storm over Smith in the Eleventh Connolly
over crunton In the Twelfth Post over Over
ton and Jadvvln both Republicans In the Fif
teenth Duncan oer Mibhtrry In thu Nine
teenth and Cuttin ovor OrwlK in the Twentieth
Tho liepubllcani have elected Uoncham over
Tadwilaodor In the Irst district ONelllovM
Dundas In tho ont Kolloy over Bvvalu In
tho Fourth liarmer over Martin in tho Fifth
Iurnrt over Clyde in the Sixth Evans over
OIls in the Seventh Smith over Given In the
Ninth liayne who had no opposition in thu
Tnentrthliil Miller over Caldvvell In tho
Twentysixth and Urlinerd over 1luler in tho
Tvvontyse v nth
The doubtful districts am all claimed by tho
Democrat as follows Wetheilll over II him in
lu the Thirteenth McCormick over barr In tho
Fourteenth EarlY o > or Itrownlii the Sixteenth
Coffedth over Campboll In tho Sotentemith
Khllnll1 over tklnloon In the Elchteontn hop
kin over Errotl In the Twoiitysocond Canaby
over Livvrenco lu the Twentyfourth and Pat
ton over Shito In tie Tncntjllfth The re
turns are too scattering from the o dIstricts to
warrant trustworthy estimates Thu Ienisla
turn v 111 probabl be Itepubllcan b > a rvilttcvd
ijorlty with a larju Increase of anttCauiuron
men
KW 1lUSJr
Congrcaamea IZIectod
Firtt District Ttioraaa M TaI l I I
Icon 1ellII I i Brewer CK I
Tlilnl Di triit John W au Ir CIIt
Fourth Ii trlct nenjainln K lluwajr R I
Vifli IIhLITIIIIm Waller riielpi K I
SUIh Ilitrlcl William U f HeJIr
Seventh IJlllrlelWUU1II VrAdtio
Soaator Flotted
nurlingtrlI County HczekLih n Smith ID
< ape Vl lay olllot II Miller III I I
HiiDlrrlon Counly ohn Oarpenter Jr D
Mlddlrtrl County A V rKUenck IK t I
IaaMlc unlloho W lrlK alR
Siinxx rouuty Lcwia Coctirau CUI
lir ATOKt BOLDIifS OTEE
Atlintlc Coanty John J lardiiar n1
Mermen Count Uaac Wortendykt 1 > I
tamilm CouhtIIH M rr1tl tM I
CntntHrlund 4ouiiljr Iaac T Mchala R
Htex Caunty VVtlllam Milntbj I IB I
llloiice ler llionle Thoinaa M Terrell 01
lluUan VoUMtv ktljah T Iailon III
Mreer Countjr Tuhn Tavlnr Jr R
NtUIlU tr li
Monuioiilh County Johd > Applefale r Jr n
Morn rciiiot > Jamea C YniintflileAMKlt i
Ocean rounty Abraham c B havens ll K J
Halem ountyOeri lllren v >
MnuerM1 Countr Ciigeiie S Douihty 01
Union Cntiutr Benjamin A vim IR I
V arrtn 0UntCergs 11 BtallyU
Repablloaa majorltv i e
Aaocatklrxea Proliablr Elected
Atlantic County M Bryant IKI
Bernn Pter K Worteudi a < lU John Van Out
aom lit
Kuriliirton Theodora Bndd ID J Stacy IL Scott D
Horace KrnnMO
CamdeuIUIert Iteath ID I John Bainfori R J Clay
Ion 8ta onl Uq
Cape MavJei P Iiullmi III
fumb rlanilUaa < Smallej h riiillp P BatrrI
biin John II Par inaR I JnhD < UIIRW I llnlii
Inon R aM Younr K JaiDM N ArlracUn ID
John II Murphy I rl Thorns OConnor I1c William
IJmJ U John L Arraltaf e rD > Win llarrl aa D I
llouceater AMJali ll Hewitt i ID
lludaon t inner W anxr 111 Joieph T KrlUy CD I
Thorn V CaOrRFI chapman DI PruikOCol
CR Jaroea P Clarke D I Denuu Mcljuthlln II I Johu
M Shannon U I Martin Mele iD J A A RlchD
fifuh lrn f r ILab
nuuterdim John V Robblni DIt t J Howard Lak
Vt I
MercarNelMU Uwti RI Jottph II Applet RI
W J Connery CIII
Mldje > x Vannlni I Freeman 11 VVUliam K Jfrnte
b lainet ii1 llomlnln I I K
uonmoatfi Peter r union D I Joseph II Cooper O I
A BSIOIIM 111
rrrltTorr W Jenklni R I Ain l F wStR
JamcuVl NelKhl i
e n M nrfeTV7ranmr en <
J jnUc lurk W Milli lit Patrick II ShiMl R >
IUllo F OallOBtR Thnmal lynn 10 I
f alfin Huiri CixiiulialR I
IIII1rGII llntlinan II
suutx William t Rnu 0
Union Kilnanl J nyrnea D I ta T Woodruff fR
Frank L Sheldon IR I
Wrro n Meplitu IJ Larrlaon D I Iiaac WllJrick DI
FJRTIlfUflU IN HASSACUUbKTTS
Osn Butler Elected OovemorV Gala frs
Fvo or Three Cenireaamen
BOSTON Nov 7Ckn Butler Is elected
Governor by about 40000 Ills plurality lit
Boston Is 13fi21 Tho Democrats rofflect Leo
pold Morse to Congress In the Fifth district
and probably Patrick Collins In thu Fourth
Henry P Loverlng In the Sixth and Charles P
Thompson In tho Seventh Theodore Lyman
Civil Horvlco Independent candidate In the
Ninth district has defeated John W Caudlcr
llopnbllcan Oov Long Is probably elected to
Congress In tho Soiond district Butler car
ried Iuwoll by about 1600 plurality and in his
homo ward he leads by 175 although It is
strongly Bepubllcan The iui mil concedes a
plurality for Duller In the hfto of 20000 but
claims hat the rector the republican State
ticket Is eloctcd which thc letums indicate
The Legislature will be Itopnulloan but by a
redueod majority The retuins as thev como
III show treat gains for Butler and a falling off
In the Republican vote
Those Congressmen whose elections are
still doubtful accordlugto Democratic returns
nref < 5Tfrtli In lltu S1lli district Lilly In the
Eighth and Thompson In the Seventh
Rice t 11tI1 Is elected to Congress from tho
ToOth district by 23ivj majority
Villlain Whltini Itepiiblloan Is elected In
the leventh dlstlct and George D lloblnson
Itep In the Twiilfth
Upturn from thirty towns In the Eighth
district how that Russell Republican for
ConsfiSi lends IJIshop on tho culicriintiirlal
vote liy 2X i J and Knlecttil f Ituturns from all
thu voting plici 01 in the Mxth illstriet wltll tho
ocept Ion of I Vlntbiop m and tlio Charleston n
vvariH fivn fxiverliu Vi 19 and Convnrse a87
As tho I Charibstowii winlh and Vlnthrop am
pail to ie 1 sort fat Iovorlnj thero Is astrons
nn I bibllltr list I ho hitS doen I cl clII 1 1h
Dcmociht I A have made luiif1 l gains I In I thn lllb
IHui Tlio I i tiLl I COt 10111 am thnt t the I Uoiiru
will sianil IM I rivublleans to Wi Koiiioornts 1 a
nnot IJ Jicmociits list eii tho Hcnan
iiail 1 l > mini ud tli1 r OJi 1 ilierr tlll b I 12
lit > no nitii I IIINlllhJr
I n 1 II t I f ej Jit juitly to I lunt row noriilnu
iipnii I tlu i 11 t Ion of UinVr I ntll I > n >
It oo I lit I i tl I in91 i MH II if the P I ret 11
ru i iie r A i Tin T uui lo I ml I In i N > rk
pti IVi J II p i M 1 J nl 1 i t 1 1 111 i u uili rob
lies IM 1 f I lj 1 nl > tll It I I Tl e 1Ir I > l 10
rhetor t T F anj It e Hr > t i HIIIM li haul
fnuiiil li to ir iicii 11 i r Ih I I ii mil trim N nl
Plioyi ire 1011111 I irrnl iifi M i till 1 III o1 1
ci 1 M I f t I nri i IP I ar l retnu i wai a IiicV I
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M e 110 I I it Iell IJ I I lET iinr 1 J II Itr < Hi 1 1 III r Re IlliU
cmifirivr hl > il I rr j lu i I eaten lor lu nun tII
t14lin i aid i nun iun MI il 1 u I In not I niwa4 io kl
llollilliskr 111 Illti III Mil iholoe I rt tile InMrilllll IV
whli h pulltl I ilruiiiliiuini l li I iii If adniliilunil I I VVn
1111 luakn Iii fttl ot I II I illhu I arm I in hcn doim
III Ilm fleiMloll ii t NiKh a ennflltHt tu h I < > 1o mini
of Maoiii ii ll I I II I I cjniifit inrri oft lit 1 siata llou l ie
ir SHhlliivv thi Hiinkir Hill luununient VVi ilo not
Inmtflna I lIst lieutlt attempt any ren arkatiie a nun In i
lilf neir I lar tanv rate all II Ihaliimkes MatiachtiiieUii I
what It U remain cum rrotn Ihn a aulla of dma
fiiuei TliedefrMuf Bow iiinii ail Inniller Ill I therlfth I
f UJ g
Ini Mnth JUtruli K far lowaM I roinprniailnr for
ito ctlun if Uen utter in the niliiJa uf tliuia who
cam luor for prim Iplu than fur arty I
It ia i Ohio reiCato In uian of thorough or
ganization earnest and unceasing personal
work and an utmost unlimited upn of money
on the part of Republicans Ion B V Butler
him beon 1 elected Oovernor of MacsaohUROtts
and with him four and probibly six Demo
cratlo Coiiere < < smfln Bowman Converse of
Maldon and Chandler worked the machine to
its utmost capacity and went unstinted In
their use of nioimy but all to no puposn
Not thn toast of tho Democratic triumph Is
tho defeat of Senator Hoar for reflloctlon
Moreover a State Senator of the Democratic
faith ha been reo > oted from Worcester tbo
homo of Senator Hoar Oov Long who has
boon stumping It all over tho State for Bishop
will so to Congress by a fimall majority Boston
rave the General n plurality of 13587 which In
Itself would have overcome linT majority agaInst
thu United nomocracy which could have been
rtollnd outside its boidon The content In the
Fifth district bntwoen IxHipold Moro 1ninl
and Selwyn h Bowman IKeiO was ttirardod as
close Inasmuch as previously tho majority for
Bowman had been upward of 3WX Bow
iiianA rotx > aonlan speech and machine tactics
wore too much for his constituents who repu
diated him nnd elected his rival Sir Moro by
3000 plumllty Ma > or Ix > terlnK of Lynn Is I
elected over Convene of Matdmi In the Sixth
district by 800 plurality In tile Ninth district I
Go Iyuianof Brookline US nominated tho
Independent Republicans on a civil servlcn re
form hltturrn Tim Democrat mnilo no nomina
tion but endorsoil Oil 1 Lyman and ho was I
elected Two other illnlrictH are In dlubtthn
rltth botwnon Lllloy of Ix > woll and Itussoll
and tho Seventh between Charliw P Thomp
son of Gloucester and Iben F Htono of New
Imnport From present IndicatIons llJ P MI
both districts are close with the chalices In
favor of tho Democrat Tim latent returns
lure from JI8 town out of 342 which give
Butler for Governor 1SO 1 plurality
XOKXtliO Iff CONNECTICUT
Tko IUllei HanS Elected Oaveraor Oalna
of ro Uraaoeratlej ConireMaaen
I
HAUTroitD Nov Thomoa M Wailer
Democrat Is I elected Governor by from 1000 to
5000 plurality The Democrats also gain two
Congressmen electing Eaton In the First Mit
chell In the Socoud and Seymour In tho Fourth
district Walt Republican Is undoubtedly re
elected In the Third district One hundred
towns give Bulkeley 35 3H3 and WaIler 25 306
In 1880 the sanin town gave Dlgnlow 311H4
and Kuirlish 27816 Republican loss 5801
Dnmocmtlo lOlls 2510 Net Republican loss
S In This dons not Include the vote of the
chief cities of tho State except Morlilnn The
Republican plurality in 1880 was 2777 Wal
ler s majority will probably bo 2500
One hundred and twenty towns give Bulkeley
31458 and WaIler 30 iO1 The same towns In
1IIO gave 1I11llow 389VJ and English 3382S
NIt Republican loss 4 175
The vote of Hartford Is l Bulkeloy Ropl 3831
Walter Bern 4 681 In 1SSO the vote on Gov
ernor was BlKelow 4527 English 4707 net
Republican log 673 On Congressman tba
Ito of tlio city Is Buck < Rot 3627 Eaton
IDea 4876 Tho Representative elected
nro E A Cleveland and W W Pony Demo
crats
One hundred and thirtythree towns Includ
lUll Hartford give Bulkeley 38039 Waller
38362 In 1880 Blcelow received 46803 Eng
lish 4192 net Republican loss 5197 The
Legislature Is i Republican the Senate by 2 ma
jority the House by probably 15 For Congress
Katons Dem majority Is about 750 Mitch
alls Doml In the Second district about 1 500
Seymours Don Fourth district probably
500 In the Third district Walts Rep ma
jority U I probably 1000
AKir H4VSUlRE
BOSTON Nov 7A special to the Journal
from Concord N Roo says that from returns re
ceived up to 830 tonight Oov Harrtman esti
mates that Hale Is I elected by from 1 500 to 2000
majority and both members of Congress by
about 2000 Tho Legislature largely Repub
lican
Thn vote in 125 towns elves Hale Ren
18 324 Kdgerly Dem 18 277 scattering 471 i
The same places in 1880 gave Bell t Rep
21450 JonAS Dem 20627 scattering 448
The Republican net Ions in those places Is 779
COSCORD Nov 7 The vote In 140 towns and
cities gives Hale Rep 23 304 EdeorlylDem
22350 scattering 518 The same places In
111110 gave Bell lllpl 26913 Jones IemJ <
24905 scattering 613 Republican net loss In
those place ll > J Secretary Chandler is un
icrntooJ to have just sent the following well
sage
Concocs n NIT 7
r 14 rrrtirfenf Vrw Tort fin
We bar alectad twu tinffraamn siid the IKII
tura hr l a tarp niajuritr Halt Mill prubahl > bn lrt4
hy a snail majority Winna f Cutimt I
KllOUK ISLAXD
PnoviDENcr Nov 7flenry J Spooner
and Jonathan Chace Ilopubllcans were re
elected Representatives In Congress today by
large relative majorities on a light vote The
proposition to amend the Constitution vo us to
authorize the Legislature to call constitution
al conventions was rejected by a majority vote
aenlnot It TnreefJfths would have been re
quired to adopt It Benjamin K Laham was
electedtitato Senator in Provldonco the vote
standing Lapham RepublIcan 1912 Mow
r > Democrat 18311 Metcalf IJiual light and
scattering 225 ExUov Van Jvndt was elect
ed to the llouMt to fill the vacancy from New
port
Itoturns from every town In the two Congress
districts show In the First district hpooner
Rep has 3ilJ O Laphain IDemC 1491
scattering 15 Hpooner majority J009 In
tho Second district Jonathan Chaco Rep
has 3349 Wheeler Dem I 1831 scatterIng
6 Clmee8 majority 1512 The votu on the
constitutional amendment is as follows Ap
proved 4399 reject 5122
I 1111 rUTIOy t y I1WINLf
Tws eeta Just a aa4 k Rounhllcaa
Caaaldai fur ComiitM Arroctco
RICHMOND Nov IThe election today
passed off quietly in this cIty with tho excep
tion of the excitement Incident to the arrest of
several election judge Attempts wore made
during the day by the ReadjiitterCoatttlonlnts
to vote on capitation tax receipt signed by
two collectors nf delinquent taxes Jndgo
Christian of Huntings Court decided that
the law allowed only one tax collector to each
city and county and Instruoted the judges of
election to refuse votes signed by but one A
United States hupervlsor arrested the judge
and they were taken before tho United Htatei
Commissioners and put under ball for appear
ance tomorrow A compromise between tho
United HUtcs Commissioner and Tudue Chris
tian followed and votes were received on both
receipts under protect against ono A contest
will bo likely to result The delay by this
action caused man > votes to be lost on both
sides l 11 the toll cloned while a largo number
of voters were waItIng to vote
John Ambler SmIth the Coalitionist candl
late for Congress lu this district was arrested
here today for disorderly conduct at the polls
He was placed under ball to annvver tho charge
At 11 ooloik meagre returns Indicate that
John S Wine Muhono Congressman at Large
Is elected and four Mahone Congrcsmc
vvhlih will make the delegation stand lIve DOIII
oorntlo and five Adinlnidtration Richmond
city the home of Vise elves 2 64 J utrainst him
whklj Is I the largest Democratic gain ever
polled here
Iixrnouno Nov Lynchburg gives Mas
sey Dem for ongres man at Laice 230
majority and Tucker Dem for District Con
gressmamm 2SO majorIty Tuckei and Masnny
will carry the district by 2000 or perhaps j 50O
majority Advices from tho Ninth district
show Democratic gains and report tho pubs
ble election of Fulkereon Independent Demo
cratic candidate for Congress
ICTEiisiuKO Nov 7 Returns from each
precinct here show that the Rvadjustcr ticket
Is elected by a majority of 1035 The vote
stood as follows Fur Cunirrmman at large I
J S WNo Readjiistii 21IJ5b John K Mattxey
Dem 1000 John M DawBon colored
IHtiiiluhtout Itepl 78 For Congress from the
lourlh dlfatrictB H Hooper Readjusted
2iilJ W A Ihle se Dam 1000 Tarevvoli
Branch colored l Stral htout ISoii il For
Constitutional I amciuliuents lMIJ I against thu I
mo i Ml nmn H 191 ono ward not KlvliiK the vote
011 tliu amen IIWllt lbe lIn lJIItImajorlly
In the JWtlJ u pstliiintml 15 iMHl and in this
illitrlit DiKVii Hie ReailjnsterA arc highly
juijllaut ovei Iu11 vtor Clov Cameron and
rdi tM h uuaid LCIA amid lilted thlI polls
tuiliy
1I1IOIon Nov 7Jhe tote In thin ct > Is us
rlJlkI Jur I Conuiesitmii nt JUKI J III r
ipiini S4iHI J t V VIe uliilltloiiisti 11110 i
Mssoy t niijurity 21 U Iu Coiitftuis Thlnl
dlstilctqeorce D I Wise Miem1 1 5U2 hmltli
llVialltlotilst I 2tiVi WI Nn riutj Ill I y 212 I
Itclmns teielveil I to tills hoiirtiMU 1 1 311 show
btendy Bains fur till DHinociatle ticket tef the
ito for tiuvoruor last > ear with which com
parison IH made At the arj Democratic hAIII
yunitcrs blIp Isentertalunl of lie election of
fijfor tlioiiLh stiftli irnt returiib have not > et
I been recohtJon which tolmsij 1 a oltlvo its
burtfon
Noun CtJIOUVt
CiuiirorrK Nov 7Dowd Democrat in
the Sixth Vance Demoorat In tho Eighth
Scales Democrat In tho Fifth and probably
Robblin Demo iat In tha Hevonth Poncrons
t1ttrjes l wu itlaiud Tb Democratic Stato
ticket for Judge was voted straight In the
western iiortlon of tho Htato and Is doubtless
elected by a good majority
WILMIKUTOM Nov 7 Returns from various
portIons of tli IH State show Republican gains
In a few Instances but gonuratly tho grains are
larirely In favor of tho Democrats Tho Indi
cations are that the DemocratIc State ticket
will have a majority In OXCOHS of that of 1880
Tho Legislature Is undoubtedly Democratic
Tho election of Oroen Dem to Congress from
tho Wilmington district Boom certain by at
least 500 majority Tho Congressional delega
tion will probably bo eight Democrats and one
Republican
SOVIII VAUOHNA
COLUMBIA S 0 Nov DoRpatchos at
thu Democratic headquarters Indicate tho dec
tlon of tho Stall Congressional and county
tickets by largo majorities The full Demo
cratic vote wan Killed In all the counties Dlb
bUt Dem l for Congress In tho First district Is
ahead In OratiRoburR In Beaufort the Repub
licans largely refrained from voting In Hu in
ter the election woe quIet tho Republicans not
voting with tho Oroonbaekors In Darlington
both parties polled r fair vote and Daigim
Dom for Congress In the Hlxth district will
hate 300 majority In I < aun > ns tho Rnpubll
can did not oto at tho State boxes and polled
a light ConpreK vote In Oreunvlllo the ne
uroos voted with tho Greonbackcn for Gov
ernor and Congressmen In the town of
Oeorcotown the Republicans voted almost
unanimously tbo Democratic State ticket At
Blackville tlio Republican polled not more
than onefourth their usual vote In Colum
bian very large Democratic voto was polled
Evins CDLml for Concrosi from tho Fourth
district has a majority of 235 In Columbia
totrA
DAVESTOCT Nov 7J W Green Chairman
of the Republican Committee concedes the
election of Murphy Democrat to Congress
from the Second district by 1000 majority
McCold Republican is rerIected in the First
district The majority in Des Moines county
for Hall his Democratic opponent Is estimated
at 100
GEORGIA
COLUMBUH Nov Despatches from nil
tho counties in the Fourth Congress district
assure the reflection of Hugh Buchanan IDem1
over Tail Inc1 by a majority of from 4 000 lo
5000 The Fourth district will give Thomas
Cardeman for Congress in the StUb at
Large 7000 to 8000 majority over the Repub
llcan nominee Clements is elected In the
Seventh district and 1ryor In the EIghth
SAVANNAH Nov 7ln the First district
Nlcholls Dom Is elected CongresR bv about
5000 majority In the Hecond district Turner
Dom Is Sleeted by about 2000 majority
ATLANTA Nov Specials to the Jonttitiitinn
Indicate the election of a full Democratic dele
gation to Congress Spoor and Felton Inde
pendents are both defeated
KENTUCKY
Lnn OTON Nov 7 James F Clay Dem
is elected to Congress from the Second district
Thos A Robertson DemI succeeds Proctor
Knott Albert S Willis is I roMectod from the
Fifth district John O Carlisle from tho Shth
and J 0 H Blackburn from the Seventh 111
Thompson Dem Is 1 probably elected from the
Eighth district and Gen Frank Wolf Is almost
certainly elected from the Eleventh HaLl
Dem in the Third district is I probably
elected The other districts have not beon
heard from Htifflciently to base an estimate
The election the Tenth district In I close with t
tho chances in favor of Culbertsous Rep
election
TK2fKSSER
MEMPHIS Nov 7 Casey Young haa 1075
majority this city over Judge Smith Repub
lican which Indicate Youngs election to Con
gress from this district by 400 majority
CHATTANOOOA Nov 7 From report received
by the rimes Dlbrell Dom Is I reflected In the
Third district of Tennessee
wiscoxsari
11ILWAUKRlI Nov 1The Democrats
claim four out of the nine Congressmen elected
today and the returns may gIve ono more
This Is a gain of two or throe The returns are
coming In slowly but the Congressmen elected
are undoubtedly 0 G Williams Rep First
district D II Summer Dem Second dis
trict Burr Jones Bern Third district P V
DenMer Porn < Fourth dutrlef Jon Rankln
Dew Fifth district Richard Quonther
Ron Sixth district C M f Butt mepl Sev
enth district WT Prico Ind Rep Eighth
district nnd Isaac Stevenson I Hep I Mnth
distrlit The Democratic ticket in Milwaukee
Is undoubtedly elected
Eighteen tow UK and precincts In the First
Congress district show a net Democratic gain
of 210 Indlcitlnc the election of Williams
Rep by 2000 majority In the Second dis
trict five wards and towns show a Republican
rein of 13 The Third district shows a net
Democratic gain In six towns of OOO In the
Hlxth dlhtrlct eight towns give small Republi
can gains for Uuenther In the Seventh Dis
trict Butt Rep has a majority 3500 IP
Eighth district shows a gain for o > e
v Dson
mepl
MISS 0 r
The IXmecraf iict theIr Ia Mi Vn
grttm Ticket la Cl lout
ST tovto Nov 7Thc election today
T > oa l ua on quietly and while there was prob
ably more scratching than ever before on city
candidates not much more than twothirds the
registered vote was cast The result on the
city ticket will not be known until late but the
indications point to the election of the entire
Democratic ticket with possibly the exception
of Garoache for Circuit Clerk who seems to bo
beaten by Vogel the nominee ot both Republi
can factions Several of the Republican can
didates were on the Filley machine or Hood
low Dureligs ticket as it wu called and the
silk stocking or reform Republican ticket but
nmny of the leformem disgusted with the
ticket of that faction voted for a
majority of the Democratic nominee Clurdy
Democrat and present member carries
tha Tenth Congress district over Munlstre silk
stocking Republican and Jackson Filler 1
nrecnbaikcr Junios O Rrondhvad defeats
McLean Hcpubllcau and Reform in the Ninth
district by a decreased majority lie Is 1110
elected to thn vacancy from the old Second dis
trict occasioned by the death of Thomas Allen
In tho rlRltliUItrieWNolll Democrat bents
the divided opposition HcftKlnghnua Republi
can lofoimer I leading the macliliiH candidate
However The Labor Reform ticket was so
manipulated by Fillev that many of the work
Inetneii revolted and that element out a very
small figure In the vote and the silk stocking
Republicans exhibited very little strength In
the ballot boxes
HlSIlIII
JACKSON Nov 7Tl1IJ Congressional elec
tion returns are very meagre but are sufficient
to insure the election of Muldrow Money
Singleton and Darksdala Democrats whoso
majorities are large I in oor > count heard from
1artial return from live counties give Chnlmur
1 UOO majority over Manning Uem Cartnr
IIlopl I colored In tho name district receiving
but few t votes Two counties gIve JefTonls
111 I a majority of bOO over Waddell IPtmK
Hlx counties rite Ljneh Rep a majuiltv of
4t > 0 over Van Iatou llellll I The I Chairman of
the Rcpubllian Committee claims time election
of Chalmerb and JefTords with a chaucu for
Lynch The Democratic Chalrmiu loucedvs
nothing II yet
rorsrivi
New OIUISK Nov 7Utinl Illls HIT
ion IllHticliard nnd lllnu Domocrat are un
duuhltllUy elected to Connq The reiiilt In
tho t llilid I l illstrlit 1 where Uullov l iicij 1 thu
llubboll 1 I fund freely Is I In i doubt and can not bo
knolllIlouuhl I I
1J IlItdIC1 rull1 lIrlolis IIIhlt In lito I ilate
IlIdli tho 1etlomi of f tho olllh 11111
I onalrN 5 1 IlnljtI s4vjt III I I Iho t 1hlrlltid I
Itici whhh is i leoaltp1 II IU1trtll l III I I hi ii
I I y 011 I 1 W f HIIIIII fill llllr 1111 to 1111 I
dtti Deiniiciatlo ticket I IH I lnted I by fioi 4000 j
lv t iiOW majority over the Indjlellll lIt
vniitnixn l
I
SkS rjtvvrmco Nov 7011I to tln >
IcnshoJ Out tl lot and tIle bad iitrcnKHineiiti
for gathering riturna nothing CBIIIJo town of
till I istilt In this clt ty tonliht Much f Mratoli
lag wns done and probably cnndld itcs vrlll ha l >
elected on both tickets but tlm vomm ml roo
i l1lv61 l opinion Is host the Domocratfl will have
a majority of frum 2dOn to tuxi on the general
ticket Report from thin Interior Indicate a
full vote It U bolleviMl that the Piohlbition
UeUtwlll littvo about 0000 totes in Ihc Stats
and this with thin defection from the Republi
cans on account of tho Hunday law Is likely to
give tho Stato to the Democrats
HKLAVTAHK
WILMINGTON Nov 7The State has none
Democratlo by n small majority Lore Demo
crat Is probably elected to Congress Wil
mington and New Castle counties hIlve guns
Republican by Increased majorities
1LIJXOIH
CnicAoo Nov ITho Chairman of the Th
publlcanHtata CommIttee sayt s that R W Dun
ham IRep1 la elected to Congress from tho
First district and John F Flncrty flnll1
from the Hooond also that William ft Keuff
nor Rep I has defeated William R Monlson
In the Eighteenth district
VINlaIJ TJ
ST PAUl Nov 7 1arllal returns indIcate
the election of Congressmen us follows First
district Whiter Republican Second district
Wakedeld Itopubileait district Straight
Republican Fourth district Washburn ICe
publlcan Fifth district doubtful an bo
tweon Nelson and Kindred both JUpubllcanj
with the chaiiccf favor of Nelson
IXVIAXi
iNDtiNAroira Nov 7 Returns from twenty
precincts show a Republican loss of 50 and H
not Democratic gain of 74 These returns are
from various parts of thc State and the samo
rate of Democratic gains would glvo thn Dem
ocratic State ticket a Biuall majority Calkins
Ropoloctlou in the Thlrtouutudistrict Is con
ceded
TRXtS
Nov 7The Democrats hao
swept northern Texas like a whirlwind Ian
bam Wellborn Throckmorton Smith Jlllls
and Reagan have been elected to Congress by
Increased majorities Ireland for Governor
and the entlro Democratic State ticket have
boon elected by an enormous majority The
Legislature is overwhelmingly Democratic
tear Kabcioa Retires Dlacnat
CAMDEN Nov 7Secor Itoboson has been do
elated IntuaHmt Conceal dlatrlct of XewJeraeyty
150O v out To the Republican manager tha reault was
entirely unexpected Money had been uaed Urlahly
throughout the dlitrlct aol the remit was
to them Miured When tha raturni flrat
came In tonight tha Republican headquartera
were ablaze with lIght hut township Btter toonalilp
ahowfil Democratic gains tba llvhln irere extluguilhedj
and beret inldnlelit the ex Secretary had retired
to bed and oliecarltr Tn your correipondent
he I laid that lit defeat naa csusvd by the
IVnnaTlranla Rallroa l and the Labor Tote The
limit hiintillAtlnir part of tile treat Waterloo waa
the edIt of Caimlen Jj where Robeaon clnlnia A reM
dante It irve Kerrell amajorll nf Oil The county
rave the Democratic nnniln a majority of iimre iliac
wo nited stat > Senator Sen ell atlrihutea RobeMui
dafeat to hla arbitrary method of managing the cam
paign
Bab aaa Ileaekanva Ifcurarev witk Bribery
CAMDEN N J Nov 7The mooting at the
Robevon headquarter trvke up In a row at II a 0 There
K geueral satisfactIon eliramed Kt the defeat of Robe
ann which la aiHiired by lXI majr > rlt > KxSheriff
Nlchnli and cavity rreanurer Porter two of Robeaon
henchmen were arreited and held for trial on the
chanr of bribery Hands arn parading the streets set
Republicans an f Deinotral alike unlteln rejoicing over
lua defeat of RobeoD
Newark DcaMocratle
The Democrats in Essex county have elected
their candidate for Congress and County Clerk and
gaIned outs Auinblyrnen ICCIIS ala out at teo lied
her tot Congic eirre4 wark by 35l5 majority and
the district by at least Sf55 lii Utmecrit si juthiant
ever their asteling victory
Prababla Defeat ofHarrla
ROMXMVIXIJ Nov Benjamin V Howey
Republican candidate for Conjrmi has abent are hun
dred majority In FomaraM county Tb reporta from
Hunurdea county Indicate the defeat of hunt Uoitey
bartftf a majority In acTerml 11t005 IVntccrailc town
ehJpa
Harrla Bealea la Ilaalerdn
CrrvTos N J Nov 7Hunteidon county
foms ShoOt two hundred for hurry Kip for I unKiOf
arpenter Deli ii i electod enator bi over tao Ihot
sand
Ra Behind la Old Moamantk
FcrinoiD Nov 7Miles Ross for Congress
rum tabled hu ticket In ills louulr and hli defeat ia
claimed bj the Republican
IteaUa hjr lSOO Vote
PuMf Nov 7Salem county gives Pencil
Hem for IVngrr atxiut OU niaiorllt Tlileatou
of rerreii for lk ncrtM It concede defeating Itobtton
by about 10 maiurltj
Caiadea HOO Acalaet Kccor Robowtn
CAMDtjf Nov 7 Complete ictun
inrutrami < n give ferrell < s 7 i oTVi rom the
r urn tnHU lower v tr Kbsn
jufu ecuaUa r iicicate the suction of
lion They Take It la Caaidca
CiMPFN Nov 7Thmore U great excitement
lnthltcit > Secor Kobehon for IungrcM ha I been tie
tested by rttttU Dniu by about SOU majority
From a FrIend of Xabeaoa
CAMDEV Nov 7R bc on Is probably de
tiled by about fire buBlrol majority
K F PAmitco
Cae aaaakea Heard Front
CL17UICTH N T Nov 7Tho indication
art that I carr the iliilrlct Jvnx KLIX Jr
Falls Bcklad la I a Moral Coatataallr
ViNKtAJn N J Nov 7Landls township
ira Rubpion a majority at to tntr a less fruit tISi
Phelps KUctcd to Caress
TATIESOK N J Nov 7 Ihelps will arry
Paialc cotitilv bv Shot t on i Br < n > inini b Itt 12 i
Uorrii IUUCIT Iv cat There II no doubt ot Ini ileitluu
Conflrmed By Way of rkllud l hla
rniiiOFirnn Nov 8Ilobeson Is defeated
by about rttren tiumtreil 11 ajorlti
iisLvl J RJMUII
Ills Onu emily Affnlnit Him
Niw BKUNSUU K Nov Mlddlepx ronnty
feJvIiu Kean ur tiUtrs ur lL > ijuterMtle huts
WeIckester tttufitj nemacrHtlc
Tim who Democratic county ticket In West
cluittr Is t unJiitl llj elcilr1
Aldcimra Elected
The Aldermen era this year elected In As
itmbly district The returns are SI > et to inconi > lfto
that mtiy of the riiilti are uiucrtiiu The titles Icr
arc icrtnalj Icctj fin it tuler lent MIUnii I
hlrk Dm John 0eIlT net i ha K Wnlie ftp
Juhnr I Cunniir Krii Knbrrt h tim I ta I cc lien Julm
Itelll II m MUMrl t MiIaufhUn Hem Kdnnrt
tidy Deni rairlrk hlirj Den JohiiCoilriu Ilil
aol l Jam 1 I tslla llwi < Iii foUimlt s art lTnbshiy
eletlet l IhoruiiK btrU l > ln Ui nr Jnfhlu Deui
Matthrw T Iatttn Uem Pulcrlcl I lock Rrp Donlri
Ullllami Hem tiuuit HicKUriii lImp IsanIcr
B Ninth Hem Hllllllll C I Itllicklinff tirm Thoi
limp fIo srTifl P ard P liimeh
tan and i kIt aol Huff Ii Urn Tht a cIt take cs an
Inn Democrat trim ass tu Impulisiis In the Board
It and County Oilmen Klccled
Mnjor Frauklln Fdsoti Bern
sheriff tlfxantrr Dni don Uein
tiiuiit Lit ttIirIck Keeiiau Den
rnr iM i > nllnati4 Lirr lcm BcrntrJ f Martin
Dim Mlllinui II KmiieOj Del in
Supcrl r Court liMilitiUlcliaril 1 Oorman Putt
Uorire U IticrM ain Dein
Ike Itlckmund Cuuulj Local TUkel
III ISIoliinond county lienjamin lirowu nas
ltitil I hfrlft Jali uti Tally tuunt lrmaurmrl J J
Vinifhn Jr ui rrlntpiilrut nf il e Ivor in 1 Hi It
nronrr ant II > > llultdt JuvtlLi of fttruni lit
Vlulfutn Ml lUo Pallf
IVprrn K Ml > Nov 7U one of f ilio ruilrn
I clni i1 tl ir t lhl nc t itlir a flCht < > urrrl hrs
t s ri I 5 nui I r f n OrS tuij uliiuf ninl Ural l4inifT
iv ur i I 1 s tt i ti t v i i i an r xtijiiiMi IVrTanilit I t
4t > iilU la il 1
51 Fv 7 Al rt s o Ill li l05 Mkf lulu
S li t ui il IViv I ut tin ML iy M Hrri a sop
ifitltr of t Mr Km i
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ti 1 iw I Uu I tri i i MI pfra bi twt n nirfro
alit lit In > vl ih st It nir IIHJ IJ tle In j
sit ris Ly the ii i I i In n tie n sversr ss hurl
li i > lul itUDil i rul ti utcf Inlinn l In
nr iliirnnu nt Hi tli > lifiin ra i r I u 1 tig
iricIs4 H iian 4 iimiaij sia > hrrvttt > l
Tt iJih Iitvd Ml lbs Ioll
1 i ii II iii I i II g ho I 1 I o g PlitOt of ho c lobe
I eiinc M illOlI I i art el s itt di nlerflills QI a
rhnre 0 tIi lIe a S 11st in tefiietii its
tnsm lii sI i i Ii tpni SItomI The
V rOil i ii lii I l4 stir I 1 mIt tie 1111 to t 1 ta
trr1a a Colre epllI insreist irreitmt bite irrll
asy Ie a a aiiltrt in hanl shalt iii ma
all io1y II a is rslrst au lad lit iIV Ii mu I
iicsrj el Jc3ertua liariel thu cLcruu
ix nnooKtrtr
Clevetnndi Majority Nearly 40000A GasM
VIctory
There lias rnrcljfif ovor boon so quiet U
election In Urooklyn as that of yesterday and
probably there has actor before been so much
scratching Tho majority of ballots cast worn
split up and tho feature of the day was the
appearance nt the polls of men who came from
homo with their ballots nil prepared and who
passed the ticket peddlers by The vote cast
was n n uniiaunlly largo ono and tho ballots tot
tho constitutional amendment wore so bulky
In nlzo that at several of Ito polling places the
police wore called upon to furnish an extra
ballot box The ballot for free canals wate
those chiefly In dnmand The Stalwart oppo
sItion to Aloi Forman the Republican candi
date Comptroller who refused to oat hU
iOI1s as to Folccr was as determined as over
on tho opening of election day Tho Youngll
pulillcuns had fair warning of thin partisan at
tack upon Mayor LoWs policy and It li allocod
tlint they were prepared for It The reports fromn
the various polllni placet fthnwod an Inroad
upon the volt fnr Samuel KkImnlR the Htnl
wurt uindldate which Indicated that the Young
Itopubllcans worn takIng theIr nnotiiio la
Home narita county tickets with a blank under
the Iteuistcr caption overo glen out and In
mhor then unn an open piponml of lltKlstor
Tlioniw Carroll The feeling dovolopod by the
oppnfljtiou to Mr Forinan wan most revengeful
the Yonntf HepubllcHnR proved most trouble
some iinuuioiilstfl nnd ito canvass winds uo
with a triple spilt In the Itipubllean party In
Klnitd COUnty viL the Stalwarts tlio Half
Breeds ond the Young liHtitibllcans The rest
of the ticket wont ahead comparatively un
touched iixcopt by the niching voters m the
hitter cud between tho Stalwarts and the
Young Itoptiblicans Tho Republicans wont to
tho polls solidly oppoeotl to lie Folgnr tlcknt
mid tie wcaLueM hoped for on doe
Ion day was not manifested in the
nllghtust dogrco Tho Ilcpubliciins seemed
mood by n spirit of anger whloh no
pcmuHSion could mollify The politicians wore
all In I hu dark as to the fate of the local tloket
until after the returns began to como in Th
vote for Cleveland proved unexpectedly largo
There was the not smyntbomoHtUenpcsojt
petted nor did time discontented Republicans
switch off on the Prohibition ticket Thorn
wo such a flood tide on the Cleveland voto that
at 0 P M when the news wont abroad that
Cleveland had carried the city by 3810J ma
jority every ono claimed a swooping viotorr
for the whole Democratic ticket county ana
cIty The streets were vocal with cheering
wherever thoro wan a bulletin rind when It bo
canto known that Folger hud not carried a ha l
glo election district In Brooklui the enthusi
asm WOK unrestrained Nowhere was there
louder cheering than In front of the Young lie
publican bullotln in Mnatn uu stietit Albert
Ii > Uiett looked out upon time cheering throne
from hH luxurious headquarter an he said
Vo hao just sent out to congratulata
Mes ri orth Daily Co on the brilliant
work of Irox French and his follower An
nvorwheiniing sviitlment against fraud and
trickery lie hat not carried a Bintdo oleotloa
district In Brooklyn and you may depend upon
It that the result la I oiuiuontly satisfactory to
tiiioRppublliins
rime Kopublican hendiiuartert wore deserted
at nn uany hour and hose who remained
scorned to have encountered a cold nave
The ticket elected itt lChngs county Is at tot
lows llotfistLT Thomas Carroll County Clerk
homey Thuisby Count TronsuriT It 11
Aduin Suirogite Jncob I llcrcen There
were no figures when thin wa written to give
time majoritIes but lie Democrutlo yb io
tory seutued so pronounced that the
election of the ticket was deemed cer
tain Time clettlon of the Democratic
city ticket was claimed by 5000 majority
miklng the city officer for iH83Bi Aaroa
IlrlnkurholT Comptroller anti August Voego
City Auditor The election N If Clement
Judge the City Court was certain by a ma
jority of live or six thouxand Jacob I Her
guns ekction was claimed by 7000 ma
lorlty but this Is lincr than the
lljjures received warrant The election ol
Jlr Thomas Carroll as lte i > ter by several
thousand majority Is apparent from figures
lu hand at midnight Col Samuel lllcharda
was Inclined to admit his defeat but his
frIends ohargo his loss of an unusually gallant
fight to the backcapping of the young Repub
licans There wu nothing to warrant the be
ihef that time Republicans hail elected a slrurl
candidate on the county city or judiciary
tickets
The following tulegmm was received byLha
Dcmocritlc General Committee lu llrookly
from Albtny
I > mucratn lUIm and IUputIionD KeneratI concede
lie flcrtlon or ilro > er CleflaiiJ for Ooveniorlir train
wouo to li kiiXJ
Spceche were made nt Democratic head
nuartern by M I Wilbur W K itobioson
Daniel llriullev nid V V H Murthur At 9
I M the Rev t I Cu > lcrcill < d at UatuottS
honlUiitor coil was nzLOl if f It wan a Luroo
cratic victory No lio said it Is not a
Democrat > I siy it Is a llcpiib can house
cleaning Cen Tracy visited Uupubllcaa
hoadu tot late at night and CsLiC9dd
Jiylllo towns election by 5W majority
i mi contest In the Eleventh Assembly dl
net h soclose that tile actual result cannot bo
reported It seemed ptolublo that W J Mann
the Uepubllc cindldatH nra < elected early iit
tho uvcnlnK but lan llcuns indicate that A 0
Chitpin had inudc a stronger run titan was an
ticipated The result in thu Twentythird
ward ovas Chapln 113G Mann IU8 There ia
a large Itcuubllcan majority In the district
whlf h Mr thpln must overcome
The leturiiH at the latxit hour before thin
edition Indicated Thomas Carrolls election for
lleuister by 2500 miuoiltr Tim returns also
indicated tlmt William Hester had made a fine
run In the Third Concri < it > lounl district but
l > atwln It James sfcm olieted
The vote in lrookl > u Is as follows
hriyi foo ir
WdnIS CIs ettnd oIcr Carroll arIL
I lint a
2 l 2it
S Sal 521r
a
51
hitS
S ae
I 211 Ca
II Clt 17
ii nii lilt
Ii not va
I 1151
In 0
li si t
10 ZiUl IZ5
IT 0i4 tNt
I iI lli
I toeI lid
o
il tiii IO
21 71 FlS
i Ia j
il e 5
1731 111
IItust
us
iIUi4
m C trrhm
v is
Titll
Fiank Tricy ion of Juduo Tricy said last
ulklit I hould not Iw I urinlod I to el llldKl 1
llriTnn nuij nty IDuOi leciherV SIH > OCI
cost father at leat i OoO vntos poihapsnior
titrt Dngurlt cavrt 3vor > thliu upntlA I I M
ui aid morobcitcn I onevi > rvtliliiir m
llichclluu lloljlnon caiiled tho leiilh Ward
by lMO majority Thu tote until as received
lu the Third i oIgrss Dlilria U a follows
Fourth I Waidllutiir lrs James 11Ji
Fletcnth WirilIIester 2 121 Jumes l7fil
Thiitcenth I I anl Hc3ter 1 i7l t lames 1 1MS I
Hie tUurmat 110 1 A M show that Col Sam
uel I htii aril ltt imbllcan a hit iilto for lloKts I
tei has run ihetd nf hli tlcknt being only 100
bnhlnd I Carroll I In I IHt y iiliie I dl 1 Ia trictnof Demo
cintli ward Cot Uli hanUs hopes have ru
vlveil and ho nld I nn > pull thrntigh vet
KDT I 1ed tu Ilni n lll cutlo
John Con ay of 19 Motlstict t Vaitln Ilealay
ofMHiiivtlt trrtt > HJI Ilirilv of 7o Mi tl tire et
Win liaI th ri t > 3 Miiliirrj irret MklmeHlori of It
Miilm ttrrol sri 1itrli MiO n 1 tvUtM stile dii
10 uu Ih I IC elti t mi bl i II it anl kiut VI i nil I strt I nm iveu
I L < ll > ntot n a I nit ill tlc lr Ml slit h imaI I > ll vh r
MA kuMivil 111 lit1 I lireat Potinriv retch I kiuf
noun U in th < hunt I aiil ia I K I niut ltel > > u it tiMel
lu UK nliiiilh Hit Houtiflfil neil r ritlohna m s ei
i it c i > Bi tue sum I lle oIlier rt ir N I Vi 1 p
Manl In 15 > Ninr
A man who ald ho wn I ihn drifTlii cntttil I i
lilt 0 ill itrrrl pit ft tin ii ul ill1 1 l M l tilrrilv ir4
311 1 li 1 hat m Ivu li i I H i in ttwr i itnti i illi i hmn
fie tiad il mral41t t al I rtr r > cl HI tl 11 Iis p Ha
KH nniiliU I on Hi in i I I til I II r 111 hurl ill I en
IrxntMII iv trift II l I N I > ti lii
I n rt 11 rrv mrtm t
A Mnlvmii Voice fiiiii
Toro STbo In J > A in i a i
l niii at f tlii > nirru3 cli ca i
Imrdv Ie u tl I t t mill iti niiull Hit
0 lr i iiit Hi r t I uf i > n
I I 1 Mt II ini
TUr tlaiinl OfHie Il i rillrl Inn
L T tl Ilclit rilns folloncd by i
a alsr
Tee renplea knlcc
1 t mO rk Iarot tlory l Pr I ha r i i
b > nlnrite nii > rli < lid I lap i uier lb l i cc l 1 his l
ot ditrcllvti I Ir
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