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LXJI, NEW SKKIHS VOL. XXXIV.
B RLINGTON, VTM VllIDAY, JNO VWMBISU
HARRISON OUR PRESIDENT.
The two Chief Doubtful States
ot York Slate by II,
ENTHUSIASM AT INDIANAPOLIS.
Harrison and Morton will have
225 Electoral Votes.
Our returns this morning confirm those
of yesterday as to the general result. The
elec Ion of Harrison and Morton Is con
ceded by all well informed democrats,
though many, remembering how the re
suit hung in doubt for several days four
years ago, and finally settled down to a
democratic vlct ry, have been hoping that
such might be the case this time till com
pelled to abandon the hope. Xew York is
for Harrison by nearly 12,000 plurality,
and Indiana for Harrison by 3.100. Cali
fornia has gone for Cleveland by perhaps
5000, and Connecticut by a very small
margin. As the case now stands Harrison
and .Morton will have 225 electoral votes,
or 24 more than enough to elect them.
Special dispatch to tho I'rco Press.
New Yop.k, Nov. 7. "Harrison's all
right" Is the word everywhere to
day. Kven tho democrats and
mugwumps concede It. Tho repub
licans are jubilant and are prepariug to
celebrate magnificently the situation. At
noon the situation appears to be this :
Harrison has carried every State thai
voted for Blalne In 1SS4, giving him 18.'
votes. He carrlis New York by
14 000 to 10 000, giving 30 mori
or 213 in all. That is 17 more than he
needed to elect him. There are the besi
reasons for believing he 1ms carried lu
dlana by 1 ',000 to 15,000, giving 15 votes
more, or 233 to 10S for Cleveland in the
electoral college. The democratic pap?rs
now concede Indiaua to Harrison by 4000
There Is still hope of Harrtsou curryln,.
Connecticut, though It is doubtful. I.ii
tie has been heard from California
but Oregon is all right .by -looo
and Nevada telegraphs that she Is repub
llcau from top to bottom by 15,000. Call
forula is therefore undoubtedly republican
by probably 20,000.
Virginia and West Virginia are still In
very doubt, the Delaware Legislature W
cio-eand tho republicans have hope o
electing n United States Senator. The pro
hibition vote lu this State and elsewhen
1b insignificant. The republicans claim
with good reason a majority of 15 10 20 h
Congress. It Is feared that Warner
Miller m beaten for governor of New Yort
by Hill and the grog shops by a small plu
rality. In this city Tammany Hall car
The Tribune publishes a monument
with this Inscription "Pause, stranger, be
neatb this shaft, where the wicked cease
from pernicious activity and the weary are
lu Innocuous desuetude, He the political
remains of Drover Clevelaud, who perished
lu nu a1 tempt to blow up tho
Olbrnltcr o protection. Tho Glbral
ter was not blown up, but Grover
wus. II In last words wero " I'll
nver be hs hnudsomo ns I wns, but Ob,
Dhu, I'll know more." In his assault
upon the protection fortress ho had the
Hssistnnce of the solid south and the
(Imported) West. .lohu Hull, for a
season Inula the world farewell and the
Cobden club shrieked as Grover Cleveland
fell ; thu mugwumps turned aside to wipe
tho s-caldlug tear, mid the democ
racy proceeded to drown its sorrow
lu fluid protests against sumptuary
laws. History will record that
Grover was opposed on principle, (roars
ot laughter) to the eligibility of 11 presi
dent for re ek-ction anil that when It came
to his own cate the Anierlcau
people felt that way themselves.
The garland that adorns his statesman
ship was selected by himself and was cab-
net finished, while the winding sheet lu
which ho was done up was a red bandan
na once owned by a late lamented old
Adieu dear Grover, taking lcavi of thee,
we use the ead Initials 11. I. P. Dou't
mourn him friends, why should you be
(ejected, brcauso a free trade head lies un
THE URKAT VICTORY.
airled cw York and Indiana, but Lost
Coiiuectlcul by 11 bin. ill Majority.
SetiHtor Edmunds received this after
noon the following dispatch:
New Yop.k, Nov. 7.
"We have carried New York and Indi
ana, and lost Connecticut by n small ma
jority. M. S. Quay.
The Herald Concedes the Election
New Yop.k, Nov. 7. Tho Herald con
cedes Harrison's election, but considers
Indiana, Nevada and Californli doubtful.
It attributes Cleveland's defeat to ambi
tious plans of Hill and Hewitt, whose
nominations caused a split in the city de
mocracy. i:lltor of Albany Journal Thinks Hnrrl
Hon Carries New York.
Albany, N. Y. Incomplete returns in
dicate that Harrison carries New York by
John- A. Sleichei:.
Editor Evening Journal.
New York Congressmen Klected.
The following Congressmen are elected :
Sixth district, Fitzgerald, Tammany;
seventh, Dumphy, Tammany; eighth,
McCarthy, Tammany ; ninth, Cox, united
democrat; tenth, Spluoln, united demo
crat; eleventh, Qiilnu, county democrat;
twelfth, Flower, county democrat; thir
teenth, Fitch, united democrat; fourteenth,
Harrison lias Plurality of Over 11,000 In
New Yor.K, Nov. ".The unoITl lal s-ote
of all the counties lu the State as far as re
turned, show pluralities for Cleveland of
1S.950 and for Harrison o. t)J,147, giving
Harrison 11 plurality in the State of 11.1SI.
The Vote lu the Counties.
New Yoi'.K, Nov. 7. The following coun
ty returns are furnished by the Associated
Green County gives Cleveland a plural
ity of 42 and Mdler a plurality of 72.
Tioga county gives Harrison -1S53, Cleve
land 3HI5, Miller IS3I, Hill 3020.
Essex county (except Newcomb) gives
Cleveland 2019, Harrleoo 5071, Fisk 0s, Hill
29,73, Miller 4910, Jones 77.
Geneseo couuty gives Il-rrlson a plurnl
1 y of 1318, Miller 1140.
Washington couuty gives Cleveland
4301, Harri'on sJl'J, Fisk 33S, IlHUSnS,
.Miller 70.10, Jones 333.
Clinton couu y (with three (list lets
missing) gives Harrison 1514 plurality and
Steuben county gives Harrison 11,014,
Cleveland 015S, Fisk 1100, Miller 11,350,
Hill 9121 Joues 1100.
Putnam county gives Harrison 5h3 ma
jority, Miller 0l(i.
utsego couuty gives Harrison 1000 ma-
jjrity, Miller 000.
Chenango county (one town semi-official)
ives Harrison 115S majority and Miller
v estciiester county gives Cleveland a
majority of 1120, Hill's majority 213, Stahl
necKer, dem., for Congress 715.
Richmond couuty gives Cleveland 51S7,
dem., for Congress carried the couuty by
1317 majority over Cromwell, rep.
Yates couuty gives 12C!) plurality for
Harrison and 1112 for Mil er.
Ontario county gives Harrison 1200 plu
rality, Miller 1073.
Seneca county (all but one district) gives
Cleveland 81 plurality, Miller 74. The dis
trict not heard from gave Cleveland 5S
majority in lsS-i.
Lewis county, all but two districts, gives
Harrison 500 majority, Miller 465 major
Cattaraugus 'county, one district esti
mated, gives Harrison 11 plurality of 2370,
Miller runs from 100 to 200 behind Ham
buiuvan county gives Harrison 00 ma
jority, Hill 340.
Orange couuty'glves Mlllor-121 majority.
Montgomery county gives Cleveland
5007, Harrison 0305, Hill 0215, Miller 5743,
Franklin county (complete) gives Hurrl-
son-272.s. plurality. Miller 2013.
Delaware county gives Cleveland 5332,
Harrison 0002, Fisk 0771, Hill 5222, Mdler
00S5, Joues 003.
Livingston county gives Harrlsou n plu
rality ot 1523, Miller 12S0.
Greene couuty, (complete) gives Cleve
land 4404. Harrison 4400, Flak 231.
u noiuciai returns lor Ulster couuty nre
Hnrilson 10,770, Cleveland 10,401, Miller
10.40S, Hill "982.
In Steuben county Harrison's plurality
Is 2475, Miller's 1033.
Schuyler county, (corrected) gives Har
rison 2701, Cleveland 1075, Fisk 219, Miller
2033, Hill 2045.
Orleans county (olllcial) gives Harrison
4277, Cleveland 3211, Flak 733, Miller 4220,
Hill 3229, Jones 750.
Herkimer county, revised, gives Harri
son 1003 plurality ami Miller 103S plurality.
Rockland county, complete, gives Cleve
land 39.19, Harrison 3012, Flak 248, Hill
3S41 and Miller 3101.
St. Lawrence couuty, revised, gives
Hirrtson 112.13, Cleveland 0393, Miller
13.M9, hill IW.VJ.
New Yoiik. SnlTolk county complete,
gives Cleveland 0)79, Harrison 7140, Fisk
R'cbmond county gives Cleveland n
plurality of 1093 ;
Westchester county It is estimated, gives
Cleveland 1000 majority.
Putnam couuty gives Harrison 2093,
Duc'iess couuty gives Harrison 103
A ltepuhllcnn tinln of 1 1,000 lu 1007 DIs
trlfts. New Yop.k, Nov. 7. Ten hundred and
seven election districts In New
York State, outside of New York and
Kings county,ulve Cleveland 193,753 Har
rison 240,380, Fisk 11.5S5. The same dis
tricts in 1SS1, gave Cleveland 1SJ.100,
Blaine 219,735, St. Johu 10,975.
t ow York Pross Estimates.
New Yoke, Nov. 7. The Tribune flgur s
out a plurality of 10,319 for Harrison In the
State, the estimates being made where
authentic figures are lacking. By the
same means Hill Is given a plurality of
The Sun says that Hsrrieon has 11,702
plurality and Hill 1S,95.'. It sny.s the next
House of Representatives will be so evenly
divided between the two parties the ofllc
lal count will be uecessary todecide which
is lu the mill u-lty. Its figures show Indi
ana gives Harrison a plura.lty of about
Secretary Sherwln of the demrcratic
national committee said to-night It look
ed now as If Harrison had carried the
State, but it would require the olllcial re
turns to determine It.
Republican Carry tho State by a
Coli'.miius, Ohio, Nov. 7. Probably the
coolest and app.iieutly the least Interest1 d
man lu tho city to-day was Judge Thur
man, who spent the time In t e same way
as he ha3 done the past few years, quietly
resting in his library. On being asked
for expression of his opinion he said he
had nothing to say.
The two State committees nre still re
ceiving reiurns Iroui tho State and figur
ing up the gains and losses, republicans
claiming a plurality of 23,090 to 30,000,
placing their ebtimatb on mo e or less
jomple e returns from about halt the
counties in t ie State. The democratic
committee says complete or couserva
tlvely estimated retun s from 22
out of 8S counties Hive evidence
of a democratic gain of a little over 9000,
and if this ratio continues, which they
carcely daro hope, they will carry the
State. At any rate they say there Is no
doubt they cut down the republican plur
ality to small figures.
For Congress the democrats sny their
looses balance their gains. Tho republi
cans claim a net gain of one, lmrrison
lost in the 10th, claiming a gain lu the 7th
and 21st. Among the representatives in
the next Congress from Ohio will
be : Buttcrworth republican, Caldwell
rep ; Williams, rep ; Voder, dem ;
Seney, dem ; Moray rep ; Kennedy,
rep ; Cooper, rep ; Hunes, dem ; Thom
son, rep ; l'ugsley, rep ; Duthwaite,
dem ; Wickham, dem ; Grosvenor, rep ;
Owen, dem ; J. I). Taylor, rep ; McKin-
ley, rep ; B. B. Taylor, rep ; Suiyser
lep; Burton, rep;
Cleveland Ahead The Kepubllcitus Galu
HakitoI!!), Nov. 7. Tho Stnto has gone
for Cleveland by about 310. The congres
sional delegation stands two republicans
and two democrats.
The returns from every town In Con
necticut show a total vote for governor of
153.512 ot which Bulkeley, republican, has
73 (5C0, Morris, democrat, 75,031, Morris
lacks 1741 of a majority nud Bulkeley wdl
be elected by tho republican Legislature.
The Courant's returns make the total
vote of Connecticut 153070 for president.
Cleveland 74,851, Harrison 74520, prohibi
tion 4105, labor ticket 191. This makes
Cleveland's plurality ouly .'lit. A change
ot 10S votes would give the Slate to Har
rison. Every town in the fourth congres
sional district heard from, the figures
now elect Miles (republican) by eight plu
rality in a vote of 41,901, previous returns
gave the district to Seymour, the present
member. If the olllcial count proves the
correctness of the figures, Connecticut
will gain two republican congressmen In
stead of oue as previously reported.
A Clean Sneep for the Keiiulillcans in Hie
Co;cor.t, N. H., Nov. 7. The returns
Indicate a plurality for Harrlsou of 3000
with majority of nearly 2000 for Goodell,
republican, for governor. Nute, republi
can, leads McKlnney, democrat, lu the
llrst district by approximately COO
Moore, republican, lends Mann, democrat,
in secoud district by 1500. Tho republi
cans will have more thau 25 majority lu
the House and a majority of the State
senators, executive council Hud coustltu
One hundred and forty townsnnd cities
gives Harrison 21,079, Cleveland 20,331,
scattering 831. The same in 1884 gave
Blaine 20.5 7, Cleveland 19,019, scattering
1101. Republican net gain of 07.
CoNCOiiU, N. H,, Nov, 7, Returns from
all but 21 towns nud wards In tho State
give Harrison 43109, Cleveland 40,121 Fisk
1352, Goodell, republican, for governor 42,
193, Amsden, democrat, 41,040, Carr, pro
hibitionist, 1523, Harrison's plurality
will be about 2250, Goodell'R about 750,
leaving no choice, a majority boing
required. Ah the Legislature Is republi
can Goodell will be elected.
Tho vote Is the largest ever cast In the
State. Nute, republican, Is elected to
Congress over McKlnney, democrat, in
the llrst district by nbout 500. Moore, re
publican, over Mann, democrat, lu the
second district by nbout 1000. Tho repub
licans have elected 13 senators and the
democrats eleht, with no aholco In three
districts, as the republicans have a ma
jority of about 25 in tho House. Tho re.
publicans will be elected. This will give
them 33 majority on a joint ballot, being
tho same as lu 18S0,
Clone Itcmililli an liy Over .10,000 Plural
ity. Hostok, Nov. 7. All but two towns In
this State give Harrison 1S3.447, Clevelaud
151.990, Fisk 8011. The same towns in
1831 gave Blaine 140,013, Cleveland 122,291,
Butler 21,370, St. Johu 9910. The guber
natorial vote is : Ames 180,439, Russell
152,816, Earle 9170. Itepubllsan plurality
27,503 The two missing towns will prob
ably Increase tho republican plurality by
about 30 votes.
"Cressy" will bo the greatest llteriry
treat ever glveu to its patrons by a Ver
niont newspaper. It begins In this issue.
Claimed by the ltepubllrnns Rain of
Ixmaxai'OMS, Nov. 7. Chairman Hus
ton of the republican Stato committee,
says Indiana will increase her republican
congressmen by two and possibly by four.
The Journal claims 11 plurality for Harri
son and tho republican ticket.
Humanism In Indianapolis Oen. Harrl
sou's Assistant feecretarr Assusslnated.
Indianapolis, Nov. 7. Will C. David,
a popular ouug republican, assistant
pilvute secretary to Gen. HaTison.WH.s at
tacked by an unKuown man, early this
morning. His skull is crushed and he
was taken to a hospital In a dying condi
tion. His assailant escaped.
Indianapolis, Nov. 7. Reports to chair
man Husten show republlcm gains in
following counties : Madison, 231 ; Har
rison, 104: Hamilton, 100; .Morgan, 122;
Dearborn, 200; Shelby, 30; Vigo 250;
Huston still claims the State for Harrison
The democratic mnnageis believe they
have carried the State.
Democrats Still lCxpross 11 llopo Unvlnt;
Carried the State.
Indianatolis, Ind., Nov. 7, 12:30 p. m.
The democratic managers are assembled
at their headquarters receiving and tabu
lating their reiurns independently of the
Western Union. Chairman Jewett says
our reports show we have carried the
State by from 3000 to 5000 uuless the re
turns aro tampered with. Governor Gray
thought the State safely democratic.
Colonel Matson, candidate for governor
saj-s : the result Is very doubtful. Mr.
Speerln, secretary of tho deniccratic
natiouni committee says : We ha 1 e surely-
Six hundred and forty precincts' In tho
State give Harrison 09.250, Cleveland
90.30S. The same precincts lu 13-il gave
Blaine 91,054, Clevelaud 50,015.
A despatch received trom Fayette
county says : "Fourteen out of 15 prec-
ciucts give a democratic gain of 25 to 40 iu
The (Jains For Harrison Inrrenso 11s the
l-'itcuios Come In.
Indianatolis, Nov. 7. Eight hundred
precincts lu Indiaua give Harrison 123,140,
Cleveland 120,719. The same In lsst gave
Blaine 110,531 and Cleveland 114,551.
The Indianapolis Journal has returns
from 30 counties showing gains for Harrl
sou of 7S75, and Clevelaud 350 aud 3500 ma
jority on nation 1 and State republican
ticket. The democrats gain a congress
man in the 1st, 11th and 12th districts nnd
elect a majority In both branc es of the
Illg Gains lu General Harrison's own Ward
Indianapolis, Nov. 7. Complete returns
from tho Second ward of this city, Gen
Harrison's ward, glvo H-rrlson 1,050, Cle
velaud 350. The same watd lu 1334 gave.
Blalne 720. Cleveland 220, a net republican
gain of 200; the third precluct, Second
want, lieu. Harrison's precinct, gives llr
risou 345, Cleveland SI, against Blame 230,
Cleveland Ui, a net repuniicau gain ot 91.
Full returns from 27 counties out of 93
show a net republican gain of 23)5. Tho
daily evening News says: Tho republi
can committee claims to nave returns
from 30 counties, either olllcial or verified
bhowiug Harrison would carry the State
by SOU plurality. Gov. Gray for the demo
crats claims the Stato is democratic by
ikjou. becretarv nueerin 01 the natlona
democratic committee claims the State by
11000 to 0000. Eighty six out ot no pre
cincts lu Marlon county give Harrison
10,051, Clevelaud 10,23S 'I he remaining
tour precincts are democratic. Uieve
Innd's plurality will be about 300, Blalne
carried Marion county uy a plurality of
Nino hundred nud seventeen precincts
give Harrison 115,911, Cleveland 133,305
The same precincts In 1SS4 gave Blaluo
133,575, Clevelaud 131,395.
Conceded to tho DemoeraU by 4000,
San FiiANCibCO, Nov. 0, Four bundled
nnd forty-live precincts in California out ot
a total of 1500 outside of San Francisco city
give Harrison 27,499, Cleveland 25,511. N
comparison bv precincts possible owing to
the large number of new precincts. The
democrats claim n majority for Clevelaud
of about 9000 and the republicans concede
Out of 1590 precincts ontsido ot San
Francisco, 013 precincts glyo Harrison
47,001, Clevelaud 41,215
O110 Dollar sent to 11s this
month socuros tlio AVoolcly Free
L'rusH til) .January . Ht, lttlio.
Free l'rosa Association,
n,,... RIOTING IN
ltepulillcaii by About !M),I00 Governor
CtllCAOt), Nov. 7. In nearly every pre
cinct In Chicago, Fifer, republican for gov
ernor, ran behind the ticket, and some sec
tions of the cltv he was mercilessly kuifed
by n portion of the labor element which
supported the.rct of tho republican ticket.
Apparently tho nntl-Pinkertou cry raised
by Gen. Palmer has done Its work. In
complete advices Indicate, that tho State
has gone for Harrison by nbout 20,000.
Absolutely Snfo for Harrison by : Oood
Chicago, Ii.e, Nov. 7. This city com
plete, and tiio rest ot Cook couuty, except
ivvo small townships, which it is nut
thought will materially change tho result,
give Cleveland 81,120, IfnrrNnn S0.203
Plurality lor Clev laud of 837. The county
complete In 1SS4 gave Blaine 09,251, CleveJ
land 00,009. Plurality for Blatue s.012. As
there has been no doubtthatthcS'ate out
side of Cook county went heavily for Har
rison, though possibly by a somewhat less
plurality than for Blaine in lsst, there
would now appear to lie absolutely no
question, notwithstanding the great gain
tor Cleveland in Conk Couuty, that the
State is safe for Harrlsou.
The Asocl ated Press havo just com
pleted the count on the Illinois guberna-
lortal vote and say i' ller is eiecttu oy luuu
I tend "Cressy."
31 1 OH IG AN.
Suro Gain of Ihteo Congressmen
Deteoit, Nov. 7. The election of
Wheeler, republican, in the 10th district
ov!r i'Lher, the present incumbent, is
cjneeded. This leaves but one district,
the seventh, in doubt, and 1h a republican
galu of three. Should Whiting, democrat,
be reelected iu the tsventh, which now
seems probable, the delegation will stand
nine republicans and two democrats, i or
governor, Luce's plurality will exceed 10,-
The Congressional Districts,
Deteoit, Nav. 7. Chapman, democrat,
probably elected in the first district ; Allen,
republican, iu the second ; O'Donnell, re
publican, lu the third ; Burrows, republi
can, lu the fourth ; Whitney, democrat, in
the seventh; Bliss, republican, in the
ht; Catcheon. republlctu, in the ninth.;
Fisher, demoerat. in the tenth : Stephen-
bon, republican, iu the eleventh, probably,
Tho Legislature Republican ISoth Parties
Claim the Governor.
Wheeling, Nov. 7. It is pretty well
assured, the Legislature will bo republi
can. S. T. Kmson, republican, is elected
to Congress in the first district. Jackson,
democrat, in the fourth. The second and
third districts are in douni ; ootn state
committees claim the election of governor
and the light is very close.
Great Gains Made by the Republicans In
this Cloe st.ite.
Charleston. W. Va., Nov. 7. No re
turns have been received yet of a reliable
information. Tho republican State and
county tickets nre carried beyond doubt
with nrobabiv one exception, tne prose
cutlug attorney. No definite news will be
received ueiore to-morrow.
Fop Harrison 01,000 Strong.
PllILl)ELl'HlA Nov. 7. Scrnnton, Mc
Cormack, Atkinson, Ray, Townsend nnd
Watson, all republicans, are elected 111 the
Uth, 10th, 18th, 21th, 25th, aud 27th dis
tricts. The republicans elect 19 congress
men and the democrats six. Three dis
tricts are in doubt. The Legislature is
largely republican. Harrison's plurality
The Voto Runs Very Jluch as Pour Y'oars
San FitANCifCO, Nov. 7. Forty-two
precincts iu the Stato of Nevada out ot
2 glvo Harrison 3147, Clevelaud 2j3I. lu
1S34 the same precincts gave Blalne 3100,
All Rlirht For Harrlson-Hoth Parties
Claim tho Governor.
ClUCAfio, Nov. 7. The republican State
Central committee still claim 20,000 plu
rality for Harrison aud from 10 001 to
14,000 for governor. The secretary of the
Demociatic State Central Committee says
the returns received by tho commltteo are
too meagre to base a claim on. but
thatthoso received are all favorable
being fully up to the figures claimed in
the poll made before tho election and
that if the vote continues on the same
basis Palmer will be found to be elected
He is unable to make any estimate on the
Ono Dollar scut tons this 111 o 1 1 1 1
secures t lie "Weekly I'Yco I'res.-, til
January 1st, IHIIO
l''rco Press Association,
Has Gone for Harrison by 30,000 to 35,
Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 7. The latest estl
mates trom the returns received by the
State Journal give Nebraska to Harrison
by between 30.00J to 35,000. For governor
Thayer, republican, has 25,000 majority
Overwhelming Republican victory Every
where lu tho stato.
ToilEKA, Nov. 7, An estimate based ou
the returns from every county lu Kausas
gives Harrison 70,000 majority over Cleve
laud and 05,000 for the entire republican
State ticket. The Legislature is almost
solidly republican. The republicans have
elected all but four members, aud two of
these are iu doubt.
Overwhelming Majority for Harrison nud
thu Republican ticket.
Denver, Nov. 7. Returns from 31
counties lu Colorado out of 43, give Har
risou uoarly 12,000 majority aud Cooper,
republican, for governor, between 3000
and 10,000 majority.
files up n ?IJorlty of 7000 to 8000 fin
Harrison PoiiTEANt), Ore., Nov. 7. A heavy voto
was polled. Enough leturns are In to jus
tify an estimate of ,000 to S000 majority
Cres-y" wl'l ho tho greatest literary
treat ever given to its patrons by a Ver
mont newspaper. It begins in this Issue.
Milwaukee, Nov. 7. One hundred aud
live cities nud towns, oulMdu ot Milwau
kee, give a net republican gain of 2731.
31 Alt YL A NO.
Ilemorratle by a Largely Reduced Majnrl.
t liepubllf-an Cotrosiimii Ktcctod.
BALTtMoUE, Md., Nov. 7. The Sun,
(democ atlc) gives the official figures lor
the entiro State as follows: Cleveland
100.SS0, Harrton 100 531, Kisk 4S01. Cleve
land's plurality 0509, ngalu.st 11,118 In
issl, and a majority of liili against 7713 in
ISM. Rayner, Cdemocrat,) for Congres3, Is
defeated by Stockbrldge, (republican,) 111
the 4th district by 59 votes.
Republicans cut doun Majority Half and
luauo u couj;resluiml (Jain.
Uai.timoiie, Md., Nov. 7. Returns
from all tho counties In tho Stato by the
Sun give Cleveland a plurality of 5,500,
against 11,118 in 1831. The republicans are
sure of two aud claim three congressmen.
sllcht Gains In Ihe Democratic Majority.
Raleioii.N. C, Nov. 7. Returns from
one fourth of State Miow Cleveland gain;-
of 938. The Legislature certainly demo
St Louis Goes for Harrison by Over OOOO.
St. Loeis, Nov. 7, 1:30 p. m. Oue hnn
dred and forty-six precincts out of a tota
ot 152 in St. Louis, gives Cleveluud 25,041,
ClevelanVl Carries It by a Good Majority,
Selma, Alabama, Nov. 7. The returns
indicate a large majority for Cleveland
The Republican Claim tho Election
New Orleans, Nov. 7 -The republican
commit tea claim t c election ot Col. Etnuu,
republican, for congress Iu tho second dis
trict by 300 majority.
Is Carried by the Oemociats by 11 Reduced
Richmond, Va., Nov.7. Clevelaud has
carried the State by a reduced majority.
The democrats elect six congressmen, tht
republicans uue, aud three are doubtful.
A United States Senator Gained III Place
Wilmington, Del., Nov. 7. Advices re
ceived by the Morniug News show Ken'
and Sussex counties have both given sau
reDubllcau maiorities ou the LenislHtun
and couuty tickets for the first time in tht
history of the party.! I his ensures a repui :
llcan majority ot two votes In the nex
Legislalureon joint ballot which will elect
a republican senator to succeed Saulsbury.
Other Southern States,
Florida is democratic by 15,000.
South Carolina gives a democratic plu
rality of 35,000 aud elects a solid congres
feuuesseo Is democrn'le by largely In
creased majority. Congressional delega
lu the 10th and 11th Kentucky d'strlcts
Wilson aud B'iuly, republicms nre prob
Delaware Legislature Still in Doubt.
Wilmimiton, Del,, 2 P. M. Delaware
Legislature still iu doubt.
Democrats Coucede Cleveland's Defeat.
A special despatch from the New York
World concedes that the republicans have
carried New York and that Harrlsou 1.-
Secretary Fasnelt nu tho Result.
Senator Kdmunds receUed a despatch
from Secretary F.isse't of tho republican
national committee last evening stating
that New York had gone for Harrisou bj
15,000; that Indiana was also suro for Har
rison, and that Harrisou was without
Rejoicing lu Rath, Me.
BATH, Me., Nov. 7. There Is enthusi
astic rejoicing by the republicans iu B.itti
to night. All the campaign companies
are parading with bands and bells ringing,
trumpets blowing aud salutes. A con
gratulatory meeting was held Iu City
Hall. Many houses wero illuminated.
Colored Republicans Claimed to ltnvo Iu
tlinidati'd lllack Democrats,
CllATAi'OOGA, Nov, 7. There was great
bulldoziug and intimidation ot colored
men attempting to voto the democratic
ticket in this city by colored republicans
.Meu were bodily carried from the polls,
colored women taking a conspicuous part
Those supposed to ho democrats were
afraid to go to the polls.
Republicans Jubilant In Hartford,
IlAliTroUD, Cotui., Nov. 7. The repub
licans paraded the streets this afternoon
In rejoiciug over the presidential result.
A jubilee meeting was held to-night at
The Vote Where Cleveland Used to Live
Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 7. A revision ot
the returns to-night gives in the city,
Harrison 2S.321, Cleveland 21.S10; in the
towns Harrlsou S 03, Cleveland 705; total
city aud county vote, Harrlsou 111,414
Cleveland 29.015. Harrlsou'tf plurality
AN OUTBREAK BETWEEN VHITES
AND BLACKS AT PORTSMOUTH.
I'wo Whlto Mou ratnlly Shot The Mllltls,
Called Out-veryboily Under Arms
More T.oubln Expected Intense
NonroLK, Va., Nov. ". Thero wa a rloV
111 Portftnouth about eight to-night
between whiles and blacks. Four hund
red negroes marched down High street,
the principal thorougbf ro, singing "hams
Grover Clovclmid on a sour apple tree."
At tho corner ot Dinwiddle street a large
party ot white meu were congregated.
A white boy and a negro had a
-op file aud the negroes cime to the rescue
it their comrade and were charged by tho
whites. Hardly had the light commenced
before shots were llrd by tho negroes.
Then the wildest confusion prevailed
tfter about 40 soots had been tired tho
negroes tetreated. The whiles then ills
nvered three of their men were wounded,
fumes Mahonev nud John Relgner prob
ibly fatally. Immediately the whites b?--Piu
arming theuiselvea and every body is
Mayor Batrd has called out the Old
Dominion guards and 100 special police
men wore sworn in. Inteut-e excitement
,)revales. The negroes are reported
r'ormiug just outside tho city and another
outbreak Is feared. A detachment of
guards will bo sent to desperss the mob o
One Dollar sent to us this
month secures tlio Weekly Fr.o
i'ro'.s li l -Iaiiiiar 1st, 18i0.
ITroo JProBs Association,
HARRISON AT INDIANAPOLIS.
llow the President elect Received
Returns The City Ablate.
Indianapolis, Nov. 7. Gen. Harrison
ind his household did not rise very early
his morniug owing to their last night's
vigils. It was 3 o'clock this morning
en the bulletins ceased coming
md the general retired nfter figuring out
rom the 220 Indiana precincts which
bowed a net gain of six votes to the pre
incts, which If maintained throughout
vould tur the Slate republican. This
vas hop ful, even encouraging news from
lis own State at least aud It proved good
iews for the geueral o go to bed ou, for
e got a good night's rest and i luoKi ig
and feeling In excellent health aud spii 1 s
At 9 o'clock the bulletins wero resume 1
md s'-emed to set at rest all doubts ah tt
New Yo k. Coincident with thuse la e
N'ew Yo k bulletins there began toaruve
1 Ujotl of congratulatory telegram ' in -,
II sections of the country. Gtn. Hnnieor
s very ci)ti-ervariveabout congrattuatu i
and wants to feel sure he h n
r the woods before he permits himself f
i.trtlcipate in such piooeedmg-. t'n, 1
vere a great, manv colers at the n-'U-e -1
ty. Iu tact the th-lghbors cam in w,b
, look of apparent poses.-ion. Oatheo
de there was quiet. Theerowu standn: j
.'MZlng at the houe, looking to cit u
limp-e of the general as lie occasiouall)
jat-sed the wiudow. The dmonstrat mi
ti the city were ot the most enthusiasti
iiiaracter. L-uve crowds were cotu'.t
ntetl in the onl'erent pints of the clt,
jueeriug lor Ben. Harrison.
enator Ouay Says wo have New York by
l.-,,OtlO and Indiana by 50110.
New York, Nov. 7. Seuator Qnav ait
liorizes the following statement: The re
publicans, Tue-dav, carried by increased
Majorities all the States carried bv Blame
0 134, and lu addition have New York by
a plurality of 15,000 and Indiana by a plu
rality from 4000 to 0000. West Virginia is
n doubt. Gen. Harrison's election w aa--nred.
THE RESULT OP ELECTION.
Comments of the Press of the 1 wo Parties
on Its Cause nnd Effect.
Troy Times : John Bull sits dist.ono!nte
to-day by his fireside, forGrover;CIevelanrf
md free trade have becu repudiated .ad
lelved by our republic. Auother chief
uouruer with John is tho Cobden club,
vhich wasted its funds for nothing In or
ler to win a victory tor free trade here Tho
-lection of Ben. Harrison is an American
numph over tho enemies of protection at
iome and abroad.
Boston Journal : It is a splendid result
if a battle which has been splendidly
ought. Tho republican nations! eommit-
'ee deserves and will receive great crod.t
-.r its conduct of the campaign. It his
eea better organized and more ellective
v managed than in any previous content.
Fortunate in a strong candidate against
.vbom all ordinary assaults were vain, and
11 an issue which appealed directly to tho
ntelligence aud the Interests ot toe peo
ple, the national committee has carried ou
ho campaign with vigor and discretion.
Boston .liUvrtiscr: The AmericMd
people has-e splendidly vindicated tu-;r
itle to thu right of self government. Tuj
.ji-ent ftee North lias spoken. It has spor.
u against humbug and hypocrisy In our
atimwl couueds. It hHsuitercdamigtny
protest against the proposition to subj-j:
o to industrial vassalage to Gro.it Britain.
I'hey have not been deluded by ful.-e
orophers, nnr imposed upon by tho mor,
New York Herald: The political toon
of the election is tbut lh national su
premacy ot the democratic pari f hu been
sicr tied to the ambition of David B H 1
md Ahram S. He.vitt, and tho fact wha- 1
democrats throu.ghout the country shoul
lay to heart that, lu this game of poll'i-.-.-,
their possesslou ot t:.e imperial patroua.
if New; orkcity is ot fur more tmp.
Unce thau tho government of the U:i:n .
Springfield Republic : Let us frankly
face aud incisure the disaster. Tlio co in
-ry has lost the best president It has hud
for many years. It has lost him when '.is
work Has hut half douo. Thu demoaratie
party has been beaten when lor the Uit
turn- sines I s early days It was dis
tinctly identified with a great popular te
torm. I he republican party has come
bsck Into power, still dominated by its
most uullt mau, and victorious tlirtvigh
lis subserviency to a great moueyed inter
est. e shall not make light of such a
natioual mi-tortuun as this.
Boston 'ost : With tho election still in
donl, ii is too earlv to speak ot the possi
ble resiiltn tu come from it. It msv 'ia
said, however, that, whether Mr. Cleve
land Is re-elected tr: continue the p-.l.'ev of
adintfl str.ulon with which his iwaui is
identified, or G onral Harrison !s chosen
tore-establish li;aiuelsm at Washing' on,
the cause of re,, rut hat been grHtiy el
vaueed by the ciuvasn of wliioh this Is the