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THE HERALD Stands for the Interests of Southern California. subscribe" FOR IT. VOL. XXXV.—NO. 22. TO TRIUMPH! It Was a Glorious Victory!! Hear the Voice of the Great American People!!! THE DEMOCRACY! Triey Are In It Ratlier!! War Tariff, Monometalism, Czarism, Bossism, Alas!!! A Great Political Landslide Covers the Country. It Was a Very Cold Day and the G. O. P. Got Left from Dan to Beersheba. Cover the Small Remnant of Corrupt Re publicanism Under Grandfather's Hat Forever and Aye! Associated Press Dispatches. Chicago, Nov. 5.—A table made up by the Associated Press from figures and estimates received up to 1 o'clock this morning, shows that the next house of representatives will stand 225 Demo crats, 101 Republicans and 5 Farmers' Alliance. Territorial delegates are not included in the table. It is not thought the official figures will make much change in these totals. IN MICHIGAN. A Democratic Governor, Legislature and [Many Gongressmea. Detooit, Mich., Nov. 5. —Up to 11 p. m. the indications are that the Demo crats elected the governor by about 10,000 plurality and tbe rest of the state ticket by a substantial vote. The Re publicans are conceding only the defeat of their gubernatorial candidate. At the last election the Republicans re turned a state ticket by about 20,000 majority. The state senate will be close, but up to the present time shows a Demo cratic majority of three. The Republi cans concedes the house, which the Democrats claim by fifteen ma jority. At the last session both houses were Republican the senate by a majority of 14, and the house by 37. In the congressional elec tion the Democrats have returned their candidates in the following districts, ac cording to the present returns: First, Second, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh and Tenth. At the last election, with the exception of the First and Seventh, they returned Republican congressmen. The Third and Eleventh are sure, and proba bly the Fourth, have gone Republican. The returns from the Eighth and Ninth districts show Democratic gains over the last election, but not sufficient to re move the doubt which overshadows them. ' MINNESOTA. The Governorship In Doubt—Three Democratic Congressmen-. St. Paul, Minn., Nov. s.—Full returns and carefully prepared estimates in Min nesota give 1672 plurality for Wilson (Dem.) for governor. The counties heard from include four big counties which gave strong votes agaipstMerriam,while those yet to be reported ar# mostly Re publican. It is also claimed that the greatest of the Alliance strength has been included in the counties already reported. For these reasons the Repub lican committee still claims the election of Merriam by about 1000 plurality, but the Democrats are equally strong in their claims of the state for Wilson by from one to two thousand majority. As tocongressmen.it seems probable that three of the five are Democrats. Noth ing complete has been received about the legislature, but the Republicans claim a small majority. DELAWARE. The Little Blue Hen State is All Right. Wilmington, Del., Nov. 5. —Complete returns from the whole state give Rey nolds, D., for governor, 445 majority, and Causey,D.,for congress, 514 majority The next legislature will stand: Senate Democrats, 5; Republicans,—. House Democrats, 14; Republicans, 7. There is no United States senator to be elected. IN NEBRASKA, It Looks Like a Democratic Clean Sweep. Omaha, Neb., Nov. s.—Charles Ogden, chairman of the Democratic state cen tral committee, claims Boyd's election by from 5000 to 7000 plurality. He claims all the congressmen and the en tire state ticket. Chicago, Nov. 5. —Editor Rosewater, of the Omaha Bee, sends the following to the Associated Press: The election of W. J. Bryan, I).. over W. J. Connell, R., present member from the First dis trict, and William A. McKeighan, Dem ocrat and Alliance candidate, over Har lan, R., in the Second district, is now conceded. The Third district is still in doubt. The three candidates, Dorsey, R., Thompson, D., and Kein, Alliance, are running neck and neck, and it will take another day, possibly two, to ascer tain which is elected. James K. Boyd, Democratic candidate for governor, car ries this (Douglass) county by over 12,000, with three precincts to hear from, which will probably increase his majority to 18,000. It is doubtful whether Rich ards, R., will be able to overcome it iv the state. The remainderof the Repub lican state ticket is in doubt. The report of the legislature is incomplete. The latest returnß indicate that pro hibition is defeated in the state by over 40,000. Omaha, Neb., Nov. 5. —Nineteen coun ties in the third district show Dorsey, Rep., 10,900; Thompson, Dem., 9947; Kern, Alliance, 12,555. A LAND SLIDE. A REGULAR AVALANCHE STRIKES KANSAS. The Republican for Governor" Beaton-Six Out of Seven Republican Congressmen Defeated—lngalls's Re-election a Sub ject of Doubt. Kansas City, Nov. 5.— The Republi can candidate for governor is beaten; six out of seven Republican congress men defeated; Senator Ingalls's re election a subject of grave doubt. That is the situation in Kansas. There was a land slide, a regular avalanche, in Kansas. The Republican majority was overwhelmed by a resistless force. The Farmers' Alliance did it, and it was a genuine surprise. Every political pro phet predicted great strength for the Alliance, but only tlie rnoßt sanguine of the rural seers regarded its success as even among the probabilities. The chances for the Democrats seemed much brighter, the Alliance's strength depleting to an enervating degree the vigor of the Republican party. For the lirst time in many years the Republican congressional delegation is broken, and broken to fragments. Only one Republican escaped the wreck, and that was Funston from the second dis trict. The Democrats were successful in the first, electing Moonlight over Broderick, R., by 1,000 majority. Mor rill, R., present incumbent, declined the nomination in this district. The Farm ers' Alliance carried the other rive dis tricts, electing Clover over Perkins, R.. in the third; Otis over Kelly in the fourth; Davis over Phillips, R., in the fifth; Baker over McNallin in the sixth, and Simpson over Hollowell in the seventh. The Kansas delegation will stand: Republican, 1; Democrat, 1; Farmers' Alliance, 5. Another surprise lies in the possible defeat for re-election of Senator Ingalls, whose term expires in 1891. The Far mers Alliance and Democrats waged a bitter campaign against him, and the majority of districts contained one of their candidates against the Republican candidates. The result is the certain election of ninety-five Fanners Alliance and Democrat legislators, against thirty Republicans. Some of the former may vote for Ingalls, but his opposition claim that those newly elected who op pose him, together with the opposition hold over, will give surely ninety votes, or a majority of six against him. This now looks to be a correct statement of Ingalls' situation, but it is liable to modification. In the filth Kansas districtDavis, (Ind. and the FarmerH'AUiance), is elected by 5000 plurality. In the seventh district, Simpson, D., by 2500 plurality. SOUTH DAKOTA. Room for Doubt in This Republican Stronghold. St. Paul, Nov. s.—ln South Dakota both committees are claiming the state, but the returns do not seem to justify the claim on the part of the Democrats. The Democrats also claim to have elected enough representatives to the state legislature to give a majority to the com bined Alliance and Democrats. The capital contest is very close according to the Huron statement, and an official count may be needed to decide it. Woman's suffrage is defeated by 8000, while the vote of the state will be 5000 less than last year. The congressional ticket will go with the state ticket, and it is probable the two Republican can didates are elected to congress. MONTANA. The Contest Close, but the Democrats Generally Victorious. Helena, Nov. s.—The Democratic committee claim the election of Dixon to congress by 450 majority. The Re publican committee claims the state for Carter by 125. The Democrats claim four state senators and concede the Re gublicans two, with two in doubt. The Republicans claim five state senators. The contest is very close all around, and may take an official coimt to decide. Anti-Mr Kinley Feeling Did It. ■ ohk, Nov. s.—Francis M. Scott, ca i lidate for mayor on the attributes his defeat to the .' feeling which, he said, was strongw in this city than in any pan, a" the country. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1890. THE OLD BAY STATE. A Democratic Governor and a Gain of Vive Congressmen. Boston, Nov. s.—The vote for gov ernor shows an overwhelming Deno cratic victory. The Democrats elect Trefrey auditor, over Ladd, the present incumbent, by about 6000 plurality, but the Republicans elect the lieutenant governor, secretary of state, treasurer and attorney-general. The senate will consist of twenty-one Republicans and nineteen Democrats, and the house of 129 Republicans, 100 Democrats and one independent Democrat. This is a Republican loss of eight in the sen ate and twenty-three in the house; The vote for governor is: Russell, D, 141,740; Brackett, R, 1.31,896; Black mer, P, 13,831. The result in congres sional districts is : First, Randall, R; second, Morse, R; third. Andrew, D; fourth, O'Neil, D; fifth, Hoar. D; sixth, Lodge, R; seventh, Cogswell, R; eighth, Stevens, D; ninth, Williams, D; tenth, Walker, R; eleventh, Coolidge, D; twelfth, Crosby, D. The congressional delegation thus stands seven Democrats, five Republicans, a gain of five Demo crats. Minister Lincoln Comes Home. New York, Nov. s.—The United States minister to England, Robert T. Lincoln, arrived this afternoon on the City of New York. He brought with him the remains of his son, Abraham. Mr. Lincoln positively refused to dis cuss political matters. His stay in the United States will be brief. IN THE BUCKEYE STATE. DEMOCRATS ELECT TWO-THIRDS OF THE CONGRESSMEN. Fry the-Fat Foster in the Soup—McKin ley's Defeat Conceded by the Repub lican State Central Committee. Cleveland, Nov. 5. — Ex-Governor Foster concedes his defeat in the Eighth district, by a small majority. Hare, D, will have about 200 majority. Columbus, 0., Nov. s.—The Republi can state committee, on unofficial re turns received from seventy-five counties, and the remainder estimated, claims a Republican plurality on the head of the ticket, of between 14,000 and 15,000. The committee concedes the defeat of McKinley for congress, by about 200, and Foster, R, by 75 or 100. The Demo cratic candidates in other close congres sional districts, received majorites rang ing from 500 upwards, except of Cos grove at Cincinnati, who is defeated by Storer, R. by 2700. The most remarkable Democratic gain was in the Eleventh district, where Patttison D., was elected by 3100, with a gain of 1500 over last fall's vote. The Republi can committee concedes that the delega tion will stand seven Republicans to fourteen Democrats. Cincinnati, Nov. s.—According to the returns this evening, the Ohio congress men elected are: First district, Storer, R.; Second, Caldwell, R.; Third, Houk, 1).; Fourth, Gantz, D.; Fifth, Layton, D.; Sixth, Donovan, D.; Seventh, Haynes, D.; Eighth, Hare, D.; Ninth, Outhwaite, I).; Tenth, Doan, R.; Eleventh, Pattison,D. ;Twelfth, Enochs, R.; Thrteenth, Dungan, D.; Fourteenth, Owens, D.; Fifteenth, Harter, D.; Six teenth, Warwick, D.; Seventeenth, Pearson,!).; Eighteenth, J.D.Taylor, R.; Nineteenth, E. B. Taylor, R.; Twentieth, V. C. Taylor, R.; Twenty first, Johnson, D. This makes seven Republicans and fourteen Democrats. The election of Hare and Warwick is not yet established by the complete re turns. From official and unofficial returns re ceived from all the counties of the state, except Ashland, Columbiana, Coshoc ton, Jackson, Marion, Medina, Monroe, Noble, Paulding and Tuscarawas, and estimating them the same as they were last year for governor, the plurality of D. J. Ryan, R., for secretary of state, is 15,129. Cleveland, Nov. 5. —A dispatch from McKinley's district says later returns show an approximate majority of 140 for him in the district. Col. Poorman, R., concedes his defeat by Pearson, D., by 300, in the Seventh district. STATE OF WASHINGTON. Congressman Wilson's Majority Esti mated at Six Thousand. Seattle, AVash., Nov. 5. —Returns from 180 precincts give Wilson, R., for congress, 11,750; Carroll, 1)., 8509. This is about one-third of the total vote of the state, and if the same ratio is maintained, Wilson's majority in the state will exceed 0000. Several ot the more remote counties have not been heard from. The legislature will prob ably stand: Senate, Republicans, 60; Democrats, 28. It is not thought that these figures will be materially changed by the complete returns. This insures the election of a Republican to succeed Watson 0. Squire in the United States Senate. A Ballot Box Stolen. Little Rock, Ark., Nov. s.—The re turns of Spring Creek township, Lee county, have been stolen. This town ship gave Feafherßtone, the Republican candidate for congress, 250 major ity. Fell From a Scaffold. HANFORD,CaI., Nov. s.—Robert Sharp less, a young brick mason, fell from a scaffold sixteen feet, and was seriously if not fatally hurt, his spine being injured. Back to Washington. Washington, Nov. 5. —President Har rison reached Washington this evening via the Pennsylvania railroad on Mb return from Indianapolis. Marine Intelligence. New York, Nov. 5. —Arrived: The Teutonic, Liverpool; State of Nebraska, Glasgow; Wyoming and City of New York, Liverpool. IN DEEP DISGRACE. Behold California a Political Prostitute! Returns from Half the Precincts in the State Make Markham's Majority a Small Matter of 10,000. His Plurality in San Francisco, However, Growing Beautifully Less as the Count Progresses. Associated Press Dispatches. San Francisco, Nov. s.—The intrica cies of the new election law, under which the counties' vote in this state is being conducted, have occasioned more serious delay in collecting the returns than ever known here before. Up to 5 o'clock this afternoon the vote had been completely canvassed in but eighty-six precincts in this city. These gave Markham, R., for governor, 7764; Pond, D., 7209. Out side precincts have been coming in more rapidly, and the total vote in 709 precincts throughout the state, including the eighty - six precincts in this city, give Mark ham, 57459; Pond, 50,778. Markham's plurality, 6681. Sanderson Elected Mayor. These constitute returns from a little over one-third of the total number of precincts in the state. The Democrats concede the election of the entire state Republican ticket, and in this city the Republicans have undoubtedly elected Sanderson mayor, and have also elected the entire municipal and county tickets, with the possible exception of the ' sheriff, indicating a change of fully j seven thousand votes in this city in ! favor of the Republicans. Eighty-six precincts in San Francisco give Sanderson, R., for mayor, 5911; Goad, 4551; O'Donnell, 4810. Stanford's He-election Assured. There are twenty hold-over members of the state senate, of whom twelve are Republicans aud eight Democrats. Twenty senators and eighty assembly men were elected yesterday. The re turns are too incomplete to make any accurate estimate, but with the present Republican majority in the state senate, the Republicans are sure of a safe ma jority on joint ballot, and the election of a Republican to succeed United States Senator Leland Stanford is assured. ' Six Republican Congressmen. I The returns from the six congress j ionial districts of the state indicate that I the Republicans have carried every dis trict. Later returns from the First dis trict, which was in doubt, show that Barham has been making net gains throughout the district, and is appar ently elected. This will give the Re publicans a gain of two congressmen in this state. Congressional Returns. In the first congressional district, complete returns from, 120 out of 457 precincts, give Barham, Rep., 7584; Geary, Dem.,6559; Barham's majority, 1025. As compared with the vote of two years ago, this is a net gain of 1002 for Barham. In the second congres sional district, complete returns from 156 out of 404 precincts, give Blanchard, R, 10,620; Caminetti, D, 10,061; Blan chard's majority, 559. As compared with the vote of two years ago, this is a net gain of 273 for Blanchard. One hundred and eighty-nine pre cincts out of 649 in the Sixth congres sional district, give Bowers, R., 13,315; Curtis, D., 11,456. Returns from 84 precincts in the Fifth congressional district in this city give Loud 8139; Clunie, 6187. Returns from 83 precincts in the Fourth congressional district give cut ting 6174; Ferral, 5962. Returns from 293 precincts, out of a total of 649, in the Sixth congressional district, give Bowers, R.. 21,327; Curtis, D., 18,016; Bowers' majority, 3311. Legislative Returns. Incomplete returns from fifteen sena torial districts outside of San Francisco indicate the election of eleven Repub licans and four Democrats. Incom plete returns from fifty assembly dis tricts outside of the city of San Fran cisco indicate the election of thirty seven Republicans and thirteen Demo crats. Scattering Returns. Fifty-four precincts, complete, in Marin, Siskiyou, Kern, Sonoma and Mendocino counties, give Markham 3204: Pond, 3049; Markham's majority, 155. The same precincts in 1888 gave Cleveland a majority of 121 over Harri son. Forty-one precincts in the city of San Francisco, out of 310, give Markham, 3204; Pond, 3383; for mayor, Sanderson R, 2428; Goad, D, 2074; O'Donnell, I, 2000; assessor, Siebe, R, 3505; Kreling, D, 2923; sheriff, Laumeister, R, 3125; O'Brien, D. 3253. Seven hundred and twenty-three pre cincts, including 40 precincts in the city of San Francisco, give Markham 52,899"; Pond, 46,862; Markham's plurality, 6037. Five hundred and sixty-six precincts out of 1881 give Beatty, R., for chief jus tice, 41,735; Stanly, D., 34,978. Five hundred and sixty-one precincts out of 1881 give Anderson, R., for super intendent of schools, 41.888; Hall, D., 34,925. The Latest Figures. 2 p. m.—Returns from 1094 precincts in California out of a total of 2198, in cluding 167 precincts in San Francisco, give Markham 83,019; Pond, 72,929; Markham's plurality 10,090. Markham's majority in the 167 precincts in this city is 166. The count of the returns in this city is proceeding very slowly. In sixty-two precincts the election officers sealed the bulletins in the same envelopes with the ballots, and under the law they cannot be opened until next week, when the election commissioner? meet. IN WISCONSIN. The Democrats Elect the Governor, Leg islature and Seven Congressmen. Milwaukee, Nov. s.—The latest re turns from the state indicate a plurality of 20,000 and upwards for George Vv\ Peck. The Democrats elect a majority of the assemblymen and state senate. In the lower house they will have a majority of thirty or over, and in the senate a majority of two. They baveseven out of nine congressmen. The Wiscon sin delegation in the next congress will be as follows: First district Cooper, R ; second Baring, D; third Bushnell, D; fourth Mitchell, D; fifth Brickner, D; sixth Miller, D; seventh Coburn, D; eighth doubtful; ninth Lynch, D. IN INDIANA. Harrison's Own State Goes Nearly 18,000 Democratic. Indianapolis, Nov. 5. —Reports from all parts of the state show that the elec tion has been a veritable landslide for the Demociacy. The entire Democratic state ticket is elected by big majorities, and Chairman Michener, of tbe Repub lican committee, concedes the defeat of his party by about 15,000. Chairman Jewett, of the Democratic state commit tee, tonight furnished the following esti mate of the majorities and congressmen from Indiana. Majority on state ticket, 17,842, senators elected, 11; holdovers, 14; total, 33. representatives elected, 72; majority on joint ballot, 62. The claimed election of county com missioners, has resulted so favoraly to the Democrats, that with the present trustees in office, the Democrats will, at the next election of 1892, control 2100 of 2800 election boards of the state. The congressmen from this state are: First district, Parrott, D; second, Bertz, D; third. Brown, D; fourth, Holman. D; fifth, Cooper, D; sixth, Johnson, R ; seventh, Bynum, D; eighth, Crookshire, D; ninth, Waugb, R; tenth, Patton, D; eleventh, Martin, D; twelfth, McClel lan, D; thirteenth, Shively, D; a Dem ocratic gain of one. NEVADA. The Republicans Do Not Get Everything In the Sagebrush State. Reno, Nev., Nov. 5. —Advices from va rious parts of Nevada indicate the elec tion.of Colcord, Rep., for governor, and Barham, Rep., for congress, by major ities of between 600 and 600. The con test between Eckler, Rep., and Mackay, I)em.,for state printer, is very close. Bigelow, Rep., for supreme court justice will be elected by a small majority. I Two of the four district judges are still in doubt. Golden Eagle Mini Co. HARROWING ANNOUNCEMENT! PLANTED In a hotbed of competition. IRRIGATED By the galvanic fluid of progressive labor. FERTILIZED By a phosphoric substance generated in an active business cranium. GROWING In public favor like the vast wheat fields on the great western prairies. 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The Republican candidate" for lieutenant-governor and secretary oi internal affairs are no doubt elected, aa both ran far ahead of Delamater in nearly every county. The latest returns from twenty-eight congressional districts of the state, show the election of eighteen Republicans and ten Democrats. The present dele gation from this state stands twenty-one Republicans and seven Democrats. Both contestants claim the Seventeenth dis trict, but complete returns, which, how ever, are not official, give Elliott 100 majority. Greenville, Pa., Nov. s.—E.P.Gil lespie, D., is elected to congress from the Twenty-fifth district, defeating Alex ander McDowell, R., and Thomas W. Phillips, Ind. R. A CHANGE IN MISSOURI. The Republicans Get Only One Solitary Congressman. St.Loi'is, Nov. s.—Yesterday's election changed considerably the political com plexion of Missouri. The Democrats send a full delegation to congress, with, one exception; they elect their state ticket and will have a joint ballot in the legislature by a large majority. Re turns are coming in slowly, and several days will elapse before the" official vote will be given. The chairman of the Democrat state committee said tonight that Wade, Republican, had undoubt edly defeated Ryan in the thirteenth congressional district. The Democrats, he said, would have a majority of prob ably seventy-five on joint ballot in tbe legislature, and had elected their state ticket by at least 40,000. If the Demo crats have a majority on joint ballot in tbe legislature, it will assure the return of Senator Vest. Walter A. Hawley Elected. Santa Barbara, Cal., Nov. s.—Walter A. Hawley, R, is elected to the assem bly in the Seventy-fourth district, by over 200 majority, a Republican gain.