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VOL 43. NO. 23,
CANTON, OHIO, NOVEMBER 9, 1876.
MeGREGOR & SON Publishers
THERE IS NO QUESTION AS TO
The New York World Figures Up His
Electoral Vote at 213—He Carries
Florida, Louisiana and South Carotina—
Radical Canards Disposed Of.
[By Atlantic and Pacific Line.]
THE NEW YORK WORLD'S FIGURES.
New York, Nov, 8 The World, this
mning, claims the following States for
TUden: Missouri, 15; New Jersey, 9;
New York. 35; North Carolina, 10; Ten
nessee, 12; Texas, 8; Wisconsin, 10;
Sooth Carolina, 7; Florida, 4; Virginia,
Ii; Alabama, 10; Arkansas, 6; Connec
ticut, 6; Delaware, 3; Georgia 11; Indi
ana, 15; Kentucky, 12; Mississippi, ,1;
Maryland, 8; West Virginia, 5; Louisiana
8. Total, 213.
Flotuda GivesTilden 2.000 Majority
Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 8. The Dem
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Over the election bas. been intense all
over the country, and Canton has riot
beeri behind. The doubt over several
States by the conflicting claims set up
baa eaused gTeat anxiety. ' . '.
TV. Dimocbat office Blnce- Tuesday
evening has been crowded most of the
time, at least,, from early morning till
late at night, with an eager and anxious
crowd of Democrats, awaiting the .on
doubted and acknowledgedJreauH. :
It was conceded on Wednesday that
TiMeo bad 184 electoral votea, with South
CwoMna, Florida, Louisiana, Wisconsin
and Oregon in donbt, or claimed by tbe
Republicans for. Hayes. As 186 votes
an necessary to make a majority, either
one of the abova named States. wild
make Tilden's election Btire. Florida
and Louisiana seem to have, given Til den
and Hendricks majorities, but the scamps
in power in the Hatter State are accus
tomed to tamper with election returns
and turn them to their own account.
In Wisconsin the result, is close, with
the tliances in favor of Tilden, and we
do not doubt Oregon Jbeing all right for
reform. We therefore cannot conceive
It possible to count out Tilden and Hen
dricks, and, nntil otherwise informed,
shall claim that Tilden and Hendricks
Bami'kl J. Tildcn and Thomas A, Hen
dricks are elected President and Vice
President of the United States. Such is
the will of the people fully and fairly ex
pressed; that expression will take shape
in dne time the rqnirming and wrig
gling of Radical leaders to the contrary
notwithstanding, " '
. I llll IIIISIIWIMI
ocrats gain largely in all counties with
three or four exceptions. The opinion
of moderate Democrats is that Florida
will eleit the eiitnc Stste ticket by over
two thousand majority. .,
Talliihasse, Fla., November 8- Latest
returns give this State toTilden by 2,000
LOUISIANA BY 11,000 MAJORITY.
New Orleans, La , November 8. This
city gives a Democratic majority of
11,000; returns from the interior show
SOUTH CAROLINA BY A GOOD MAJORITY
Charleston, H C, Nov. 8 Democrats
now claim the State by a good majority,
CONFIRMED BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
[By Mestern Union Line.]
Lake City, Fla., November 8-The
opinion of moderate men is that Florida
will elect the entire Democratic State
ticket by over 2,000 majority. Demo
cratic gains are large in ail counties, with
three or four exceptions.
"No North, no South, no Kast,no Went,"
'themV our BentWnU.
Gives Tilden ai.U Hendricks H(i2 majority
a loss of 120 from the October elec
tion, nd a gain over the vote 011 Gover
nor in 1875 of 107. The total vote wax
The Sua rises fairly on Salt river shore
Though the radical party with Hayes
Farewell to the Grants, Babcocks, Shep
herds and all
And the great Carpet Baggers who help
ed 'em to bawl.
The people have triumphed, and
To the shades of despair, with a record
They may say we are whelmed by the
tide of a flood
But they'll know our career by the fraud
and the blood,
1 Justice ia the true principle of "Pro
tection," nd that means Equality
Rights. : '
That Friday on which Rutherford was
nominated was an unlucky day.
Och Republican leaders here were right
wher they preferred Bristow. Haee was
a weak candidate.
THE KEYSTONE STATE.
Philadelphia Goes Back on the Republican
Party—The Usual Majority
Philadelphia, November 8. Phila
delphia will have less than 13,000 maj
jority Wriyht. Democratic candidate for
Sherriff. has 6,000 majority. Berks, 7,700
Northampton, 4,100. Cumberland, 1,200
Clearfield, 1,900. Columbia, 2,300,
Lehigh, 2,500 Monroe, 2,300 and ClinJ
WM. MCCLELLAND, Chairman,
Ciiicaoo, Nov. 8. The republicans
claim thi otate by Jfrom 15,000 to 20,000
tnnjority. It is cnnoe.lcd that Hayes has
carried the state. Dispatches from Wis
consin cla:ra the state for the democrats,
but the republicans are equally confident
of havum carried it.
Minnesota, Iowa and Kansas have gone
republican. Report from other western
sta ten vatv hut little from last night's di-
lH"'iien, and not enough to change the
DEMOCRATS MAKE A CLEAN SWEEP—GOOD
FOR 30,000 MAJORITY.
Richmond, Va, November 8 But little
interest seems to b taken in this city on
i be election, as dearly everything in the
State is one si'ae, Numerous, but income
picte returns from every section indicate
that Tilden's majority will return over
30,000. Democrats elect 8 Congressmen
certain, which leaves one district the
Fourth in doubt, with a very strong
probability of the election ofjorgensen,
Republican, over Hunton, Democrat, in
that district. ,
Grantism Rebuked by 17,000 Democratic
Wheeling, W, Va., November 8 This
State will give about 17.000 majority for
lilden. All three Democratic Congress,
Detroit, November 9 Returns thus
far give Hayes 14.687 majority, Further
returns will probably increase the ma
jority to 18,000 or 30,000, 1
Hartford, November 9 The Republi
can majority in the Connecticut Legis
lature is 37 on joint ballot, the Senate
standing 11 Republicansto 10 Democrats
and (he House 141 Republicans to 105
Democrats. The Congressional dele
(ration remains as in the present Congress.
Willi , A. Lynch, Enq., and some one
else discussed at Marahulville, Wayne
county, on Monday evening, with Wm.
G. Myers and Wm. M. Orr. The Demo
cratic friile, was weli represented:
"Protwj ion" to American laborers
neans aoue cent Soup bone for a family
CONNECTICUT. FLORIDA ALL RIGHT
Tilden's Majority 1,720 at
Tilden's Majority 1,720 at the Lowest.
The Land of Alligators still Sending
in Reports---When will the
LakbCity, Fla., Nov. 9,9:30 P.M.
Kev West. Monroe oountv. nives Tilden
987; Hayes, 988, a Republican majority of
1. Florida, honestly eetimatea ov dem
ocrats, gives 1,720 majority as the lowest
Still Better Returns—Tilden Gets 35,000
Montqomkry, A la., Nov.9.9:30 P. M.
Enough returns have been received to
ehow at least 3&.UW majority ior niaeo,
and an unbroken delegation oi .uemo
ciats to Congress. 1
rVii i tun no WnvpmW fl. Returns from
Ohio by counties come in slowly this
mnntiio hut. nonirh ia known from those
at hand, and the rate of increase on the
vote of 1875 to fix the majority of Hayes
.r rm nnn in 7 (W. or. substantiallv
the majority by which it was carried by
Barnes last month.
jHARLKHTUPI, O. VnllUV, O. X I1D llllWl
returns from South Carolina indicate that
the Democrats have carried tbe State for
Tilden by 2,000 majority. ,
Confirmatory Dispatches—Democratic Majority
at Least 10,000.
New Orleans. Nov. 9.' 8:30 P. M.
Chairman PHtton, of the New Orleans
Democratic Committee, says returns to
night in twenty parishes show Tilden
15,235 ahead. This is a gain of 8.476 on
the vote of 1874. He asserts that the
Stateof Louibiana will give Tilden 10,000
THE "HERALD" CONCEDES 7,000.
Ynpir Nov. 9. The Herald?! Lou-
iniana special says: The State has gone
Democratic by y.uuu.
KELLOGG WILL DOCTOR RETURNS
Th following has been received from
Republican headquarters at the Fifth
Avenue Hotel: Gov. Kellogg telegraphs
as followe: The returns are better than
expected. Be easy so far as Louisiana is
flvnKWATi. November 9. The Demo
crats are now claiming Ohio, returns of
wnicu have been negiectea in meexciie-
meit under uie impression mai it was
certainly Republican. They claim 600
not nuin in t went v-HAVpn rnnntiftH heard
fron over the vote of 1875, when Hayes
had 5,514, Fifty counties are yet to hear
TILDEN STILL AHEAD.
California and Oregon Most Probably Democratic—
California and Oregon Most Probably Democratic— Nevada Republican—
Omaha, November 8 Advice from
Republican sources claim Nevada by
small maiority. I he democrats claim
California and Oregon, They elect their
congressman in Colorado by a large
majority, Returns come in slowly,
Washington", D. C, November 8
Private dispatches from Florida claim it
forthe democrats. Figures cannot yet
be given. Scattering returns only have
Church members need not electioneer
next Sunday, bnt
"PrtlM Uod from whom all bMnii flow."
The People of Louisiana to be Disfranchised—
The kellogg Returning Board
to Wipe Out a Democratic Majority
—A Most Infamous Plot.
[Associated Press Dispatches.]
New Orleans, November 8 The fol
lowing special is from a Democratic
CLINTON, EAST FELICIANA PARISH,
November 8, 1876.
Owing to the failure of the Registrar to
fill his appointments, a large number of
voters were not registered Seventeen hun
dred and forty three registered voters
were polled, of which Hayes got 1, Til
den the balance. At the Dolls conducted
by the United States Supervisor, 443
voters, who had been unabli to register
deposited oallots in a separate Box, all
Democratic. Republicans refrained from
voting. There was no intimidation. The
gross number of voters was within 100 of
ths number at the last election, Many
The Old Worm Eaten Well-known Steamship
Long engaged in the African trade, having encountered a cyclone
will run a final trip up Salt River.
CARGO-'Rebel Claims,' 'Wrecked Railroads
RUTHERFORD B. HAYIS, Ccumarder. U. S.
GRANT, Pilot, assisted by Eabccck and his dog.
Chief Officers-ZACHCHMEIIB and '081?
Firemen Carl Schurz, Sec. Belknap, Sec. Mor-'
rill, Jim Blaine, Bob Iogersoll and the devil.
"Cavorting Ed," Bascom and Saxton, Baldwin, and a few other
pious men will pe taken as passengers.
This is the last trip of the season
the ship as entirely unsafe for a
For baggage and freight apply at
ffiTIES AND A SilCIEKDs' CLIMATE ! '
for the People have condemned
long voyage at sea.
November 8, 1876. NEW YORK.
New York. Nov. 7-Vote of New York
county, Tilden, 112,457; Hayes, 58,658;
Cooper, 252. Tilden's majority 'over
Hayes, 53.550. ; ,
Saugertus, Nov, 7 lilden ioi majori
ty; Democratic gain, 355.
Rome, Nov. 7 lilden, 450 majority;
Democratic gain, 368.
Dunkirk, Nov 7 Tilden, 297 maiority
Democratic gain, 89.
Utica, Nov. 7 Complete Tilden, 94
maiority; Democratic gain, 319. j
Troy, Nov. 71,207 majority; Peme
cratic gain. 1,70a, . 1 1 .
Brooklyn Nov, 7 This county, Kings,
gives Tilden 17,988 majority. I
Buffalo, Nov. 7 The city complete
shows a total vote of 25.650 forthe na
tional ticket. Hayes' majority is 262,
Democratic gain over l ist year of 3,422;
Democratic gain over l872of 3,417.
Rochester, Nov. 7 Hay es has 1 76 ma
jority in Rochester, with two districts in
the Sixteenth ward to hear fi on. The
county gives Hayes I.87J majority with
six districts to hear from. In 1872 the
city gave 1,778 Republican majority and
the county 3,772. Greene county gives
Tilden i.ooo majority, aDemocratic gain
of over 700. Putnam county gives Hayes
200 majority, a Democratic gain df 169.
Chemung county gives Tilden 465 ma
Brooklyn. Nov. 7 As far as cin be
ascertained William D, Veeder, Dm. is
elected in the Second congressional dis
trict; S. B. Chittenden. Rep., in the Third
and A. M, Bliss, Dem.,- in the Fourth.
There are three county towns tobeheard
from on the electoral ticket, which1, it is
believed, will bring Tilden's majority up
to 20.000 in Kings county.
New York, Nov. 7 Albany cpunty
gives 2,200 Democratic majority.
Democrats elect all four members
Assembly and their Congressman h this
New York, Nov. 7 The entire
manv ticket is elected.
Albany. Nov. 7- The Democratii
ticket is elected by a haadsomi
Democratic voters were deterred by want
of registration, while some blacks frater
nized and all are jubilant and happy.
THE PLOT PREPARED.
The above majority of 1,840 shows a
Democratic gain of 2,581 over 1874 Vote.'
Prominent Republicans say voting in
East Felicina was informal and votes will
not be canvassed by the Returning Board
the register sent there having been in
timidiated, Other Democratic parishes
will be treated the same way for similar
reasons, Charges of intimidation, etc.,
will be made. Ouchita parish Demo
cratic majority in parish 1,087, DemoJ
cratic gain ot 1,915 over vote of 1874,
when Dubrecket, Republican received
Lrmi Rock, Ami., Nov. 8. Scattered
returns from various parts of the state
indicate a majority for Tilden of 2,600.
The democratic congressmen are proba
bly elected in all the districts except the
Third district, where two democrats and
one republican are running. The elec
tion in this district is close, but is claimed;
by the republicans.
New York. Nov. 7-Later Tilden's
majority in New York rises to 35.000.
Correct Previous estimate of Connecticut,
which runs to 3,500 New Jersey ia
Democratic, but the majority cannot be
estimated It may be 2,000 and may be
Indianapolis, Nov. 7 The , election
passed off quietly. The indications are
that a full vote has been polled. Com
parisons will be made with the vote for
Governor at the October election.
Indianapolis, Nov. 7 In sixty two)
townships in thirty nine counties heard :
from the Democratic net gain is 50. The
indications now are that Tilden's ma
jority will be between 7,000 and 10,000
in the state.
DEMOCRATIC MAJORITY INCREASING.
Wilmington, Nov, 8 The Democratic
majority in this State will reach 2,600,
THE VICTORY COMPLETE—DEMOCRATS
SWEEP EVERYTHING BEFORE THEM.
Raeligh, Nov, 8 Returns continue to
come in reporting heavy Democratic
gains from all quarters. The Democratic
majority in the State will hardly fall short
of 15,000. The Democrats elect all their
Congressmenjexceptone Governor Brag-,
den, Republican, being elected in the
Second district. The Legislature which
elects a United States Senator is more
than two thirds Democratic.
Trenton, N. J.. Nov. 8. The Demo
cratic Central committee ctaima for Til
den a majority of over 9,000. The Oattte,
republican organ, concedes 8.000. The
senate and asKt-mbly are both democratic.
Boston, 8. Returns from nearly
every town in the utatepive Hayes a ma
jority of about 38 000 over Tilden, and
Rice (republican), for governor, a majori
ty of about 28,000 over Adams,