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i f Clt : ? i i v ' I J L RALEIGH, IN. 0., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1800. PRICE 5 CENTS. r ill.' ' '..!. V;. ii!' VlOKY. r r '). .1 1 :i ,k.'l' til.' ji)ft!ATIC j .io!urv, 11 Y , ;,ro!iuu Send : sr.nt ;t The Ncliialey Tum.-T. , i ov :r. ti herself nvy for the Ju- ,, -mtr.h larger . , . . , jrsr airaint the 1 1 K :!..' TuiitT. We , , v, ,n hi he aril uxnl . ;wo Con u regional dis Second and tho tho Eighth . P. i. - rod from what v, ,1 th i' Cowi.us will bo ,j , n .t think so. Mew . . . i 1 1 l... 'J raaao an excui- riuV h." thai he is elected. : .! t :t th it he lus made ii u r:n V ri-iMy tho Demo-overwhelming probably, than in both bodies, u 170 members and .IV .-,vr t-v':i. Oil '.VHVI i' ,winrr Laiiums were issued fl. I-M I. 'I. I! ,vtr the Sia'o; eke- , ,. ; . u: t.'il in fast ., ,. .li and M !thy;l).in vj h.i:i gain-! .i() in ry: retiuus'co:ue iu very ...riit:, lit'moerat, for Con i I Strict, appears to havu , -w I )-ta -cr.it ic vote. lii!Mni o. 'i..s::to, r. 31. ",;;)d f .urtri'ii precincts siow ' iii'is i)cr 18 i of 4-15. :; - rvt -lmw ains for Crawford, i r'.t. ..v -r r.A-irt. Ht'imV.iciu, raa 4 ' m -1 ;,- nV'-r i"i U'.mu. Democrat, J.rtii f, miking l.irgo plius lv r, ii1 Hum. la-turns from .?- , I) "j v.t tt :c g:ind of er! " .i'. h' itt tictu't. It lllrlili .. I..DMO 1. M. P.K . ' - !n ;a f.fv pie.incl s show ' raf ri",.' ijii'n 'f 1. IV) oi Statu tick L l. u .i i t'.-a Fifth Cuare.-sional ':tt f r .small raujority for 'i'lt'-u. D-iu r,ir. 1 Cull tin o. 1. M. f;. h'i -.i v. r 1 ) pivemcta show : i'ic s on St tt-j ticket of 3, in , Dora..erat iu Second t, I'l'iti ,1 s to u'lin l.irgely over tluti. iiu ,. ;..io r. 31. rr. iD:a IP) preciuc, nearly all 'n -critic .u...4 of ovor 4,000 for 'ct.'-'t. Ii s)3ie heretofore ii j't.U couuties there are CU31I1I2RLNI). Sutton Leads the Ticket. Paietteville. N. C , Nov. 4. Cnm-b-irland ull right for ;craey. Hon. Thos. II. Sutton lain the ticket by about one fvisaud majority. He made the inos Uilliaut canvas? in this coun ty since the war. J. A. Pemperton. Fayetteville, Nov. 4. Our county ticket is elected by from one thousand to fifteen hundred rm.prity. Sutton and McGill will cast two votes for Vance. John B Bboadfoot. FOUSYTll. Suide Ticket iu Circalution. WitsrtiN, N. C. Nov. 1 - lieavj vote polling. County tickets close. Williams ahdd. Snide tickets circulating. Daly a f jw votes m ie. P. M. Wilson. JOHNSTON. Clayton, N. O., Nov. 4. Sta:o ticket receive I. Democrat 252, Republican, 100, m.ii rity, 152 No Republican countv tickit. This is a Democratic gain of about two hundred. K'.ection passed off quietly and a good many negroes voted a iiortiou of the Democratic countv ticket. vmithfielii, N. O , Nov. 4 Tho Re- pullicaus had no county ticket. The negro vote ft 11 cfl", quite a number of negroes scratched Ar2o and Slelver. The Democratic majority is not lets than 1500, and it may go to 2000. John I). Bellamy, Elected to the J'euutc troiii fender and cv IIuu- ocr. liURCAW, N. C. Nov. 1. The returns indicate the ( lection of It. O. Johnson to the House; Moore for clerk, Johnson for sherilT, are re elected. John D. Bel limy's election to the Senate from Pen der aud New Hauover is conceded. Walter O. Murphy. WILSON. VIL?ON, JN. U., JNOV. 4, 8:0 p. m. The Democratic majority for the State Judicial ticket will reach 1,800. The majority for Senatorial and county tick et will be about 1200. This county has .a whito majority of about 1,000. Tho Senatorial ticket is safe by a bitf majority. C. O. Daniels. 3IOO.lE. Sa.vford, N. C, Nov. 4.-0:10 p. ra. Mooro all right. The majority for Cipt. Wilcox for State Senate will be about 4-9. Tlrs niak?s hia elction cer tain Randolph will probably give hi a majority. D. E. McIvek. L EN out CHATHAM. Pittsboro. N. C, Nov. 4. The Dem ocrats elect all their ccunty officers and egisiative ticket by a maiontv of up wards of 500. GUILFORD Gruensbor-v N. C. Nov. 4. The Democrats carry the county by 300 majority. CALDWELL. Lenoir, N. O , Nov. 4 The Demo- cratic majority in this county will be oUO. C It 4 VEX. New Berne, Nov. 6th. -City of New Berne gives Cheatham 1000 majority and Republicans e'eot County ticket. HOW AN. Salisbury, N. C , Nov. 4 Rowan wants trie banner. The Democratic majority .will not fall below 1 200. r MARTIN. Williamston, N. C, Nov. 4. The Democrats elected entire ticket by be tween 400 and 500 majority. V NCE. Henderson, N. C, hoy. 4.- Henry Perry, Democratic candidate for clerk of the court, is elected by 350 majority, and other democrats thought to be elect ed. CLEVELAND. Shelby, N. C, Nov. 4. Returns from the county are coming in very slowly Ths S - lbv box gives the Democratic TAMMANY ON TOP. MAYOR GRANT RE-ELECTED BY 22,000 MAJORITY. It is Impossible to Deieat the Uuterri fied Tammany Democrats. By United Press New York, Nov. 4. Tammany Hall has gaiued a decisive victory over tho Republican and county Dtmoeratio (fusion.) tickets. Grant for mayor, is not likely to fail below 22,000 majority over Scot-. The Democrats carried every Con gressional district in the city. New York, Nov. 4. Roswell P. Flowers' majority in the 12th Congress ional district ii estimated at 12,000. There are 947 election districts in the city, 184 distric s gave Grant, (Demo crat) 19,905; Scott, (fusion) 15,807. New York, Nov. 4.- G33 election dis tricts give Scott 59,363; Grant 78,755 Nl.w York, Nov. 4. The gains of as sembljmen made by the Democrats will give them the legislature oa j iat ballot, securing the election of a Demociatic U. S. Senator from New York. New York, Nov. 4 Tho indications are that the following Democratic can didates for Congress are probab'v elected : District 6th, John It. Fellows;" 7th dis trict, 1M ward J. Murphy; Lh district, uagcs Spinola; 11th district, John DeWitt Warner; 12th district, R. P. Flower; 13th di-trict, Ashbel P. Fitch. Kinston. N. C, Nov. 4 - Luno;r county went Democratic by at least 600 ovtr 200. majority. Alewborne, tne u-inice-auc nominee for Congress, will recive about 700 majority. Dr. WT. C. Galloway, the Democrat nominee for the Senate, is elected. W. S. Hekbekt. WAYNE. Every Vote For Vance Hut One. Mr. Olive, N. C, Nov. 4, 9.30 p. m. The Democratic Ex- ciuive commirke ordered a primary elt etiou to be held in the county to decide whether the Demo cratic membtrsof the Legislature should vote for Vanc.i o" against Y.ince for the United States Senate. At this precinct, Vance gets every vote except one. Pou xains 100. Everybody jubilant. Vance Democrat. Goldsboro. N 400 majority; Cowles 170 over ha Campbell; ath district, Amos J. Faucet r. Cher officers have no oDoosi- Cumtrungs; 10th distuct, Irancis B tion, Durham, for the Senate, running behind the remainder of his ticket, At pres'-nt we cannot estimate Cowle's ma j ;rity here. A degree of certainty statts that the ticket will have over 1,500 ma jority. WARREN. Warrenton. Nov. 4. Part of the Democratic ticket is elected. MACON. Franklin, N. C, Nov. 4 The coun ty is Democratic by 200 majority. SWA IV. Nov. 4. Advices from the county give a Democratic majority of 300. JACKSON. Nov. 4 Jackson is solid for Democ racy. She has 500 majority. HAYWOOD. Nov. 4th Haywood county sends greetings to the world with a Democrat ic majority of 750. .Mcdowell. Marion, N. C , Nov. 4. Returns in dicate a majority for the Democrats of TILLMAN ELECTED. NO DISTURB ANCE AT THE POLLS A GREAT DAY. OHIO. Columbus, O., Nov. 4. Returns from nearly every section in the State indi cate a Republican victory on the State ticset by majorities ranging from 5,000 South Carolina is True to Its Relief In White Supremacy And Elects Tillman And All The Democratic Ticket. to 20,000. McKinley Probably Elected. Columbus, O., Nov. 4. Two private telegrams have just been received at the Republican headquarters, which if true, insure the election of McKmley. One of the telegrams states that Wayne county gives McKinley 900 majority, wbicn sbows a change ot 1,800 votes in By United Pi ess Columbia; S. C, Nov. 4, 5:30 p. m. -No disturbance in the Ssate. Re turns are coming in rapidly, and indicate the certain election of Tillman. All the lia fotTAn rT Vs. .r. AtA. i; i. i a I i , : """ P,11 siates Democratic State officers with the pos- w tV1? W Precincts of Stark county, sible exception of Congressman for the McKinlev s home, he made a gain of 846 seventh district, votes. This information has yet neither o T. . ,r baen contradicted ncr veiitkd by official p-; - V? k 'i J I returns come in slowlv. but show the returns Cincinnati, Nov. 4. The Republican committee claim McKinley's election by 200 majority. Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. 4 The Cleve land district has been carried by T'aomas L Johnson, Democrat for Congress, dis placing a Republican. Cleveland, O., Nov. 4 -The indica tions are at the present time that John son, Democrat is elected for Congress absolute failure of negroes to support the Haskell ticket, and in various sec tions, they voted for Tillman. Six out of the seven Congressional Districts are certainty Democratic. MASSACHUSETTS. LOUISIANA, The Democrats Make a Clean Sweep. (By Uni'ed Press.) New Orleans, Nov. 4 The weather has been delightful all day, and the elec tion, as far as known at this h mr, (4 p? m.) have been quiet throughout the State. The vote has been comparatively b'ght. The present incumbents, all Jemoerats, have undoubtedly been elec ted iu the third, fourth, fifth and sixth districts. Como, (colored) of Jefferson, who bolted the negro convention, was secured by the Democrats. His influ ence seems to have settled the fate of Coleman. Granston, (Independent labor) on the second district, is also drawing votes from the Republicans HUKKE. ?d ORii ANTON. N. C, Nov. 4 - Burke ecu jry elects vha Democratic ticket by 200 ra g -rity. DURHAM. Durham, N. C , Nov. 4. The indica tions arc ih.it Darham has gone Demo cratic. Full and authentic returns can not bi had until tomorrow. THE V i1' N AULL RAPE AVENGED. The Indications are that a Democrat Will Heat Langs? on. By United Press Petersburg, Va., Nov. 4- Theelec- ( Mnv 4 Wavna finn nnsap.1 rff verv ouietlv. The Domo- GEORGIA. The Democrats Wiu in the Congies sionnl Tight--So Opposition to Speak Of. Bv Uuitovl Uress.l A tla. ta. Ga.. Nov. 4. There has Boston, Nov. 4 189 out rf 205 pre cincts in Boston give Russell, Demxrat, 30 160, Brackett, Republican, 18,330, Blackmer, Prohibitionist 1,345. Russells from this, the 21st district by 1700 plu- plurality 11,300. Russells plurality in rality. - the whole city last year was 5,454. Canton O , Nov. 4. -McKinley ran Boston, Nov. 4.-Sixty two towns in ahead of his ticket almost everywhere. Massachusetts give Blec'imer, Prohibi- At this hour the D mocrats claim War- tinnUt 1 ooq. Rrai-tt wflnnWia n week s election by G00, and the Repubh- 15a. TtnpH ripmA,rt q arti rtt cans claim McKinley's election by from towns last year gave Blackmer 1,495: 2o0 to 300. I RmpWf in a. T?nCoaii rt qhk for Russell 679. If this continues Rua- it is evident that tbe entire Republican J sell is elected Governor. State ticket is elected by about 15,000. Qrnv A - Am -'oxvi, -.1 w 1 . -r. 1 n v uuuuicu pro ILLINOIS I cluto u 1,0:51011 uu, - y ge lor vrov- L ' ernor: Russell. Dem., 32,027: Brackett. The Democrats Claim That They Have ReP 19,443; Blackmer, Pro., 1,429: C'airird the fetate. Kusseil's plurality 2,584. The Globe Chicago. Nov. 4 The Democratic say that Hoar, Dem., is elected to Oon- State central comiiiittee claim that they 8re8S 0Ter Foi Rep., in the 5th district; nave certainly gained three Con- "imams, Lem., over uanaier, nep., in gressmen and probably five in Illinois the 9th; Andrew, Dem.t over Pierce, and that thev have carried the State bv Rep., in the 3rd, also Oneill, Dem., in a good majority. Nothing definite can I tQe 4tn with the 11th district in doubt. be given about Cook county. Chicago, Nov. 4, 8 p. m Indications s far show close elections in this city. Chicago, 111., Nov. 4th. Chairman Jones of the Republican State Central Committee claim that all the Republican Congressmen in the State are re-elected. been no opposition to speak of to the have carried the State by a good major- Lodge, Rep., is re-elected in the Gth. MISSOURI. The Democrats Send a Solid Delega tion to Congress. St. Lois, Nov. 4. Democratic State Committee claim solid Congressional Chicago, .Nov. 4. In the Jbighteenth delegation. District the Republicans claim Can- Montgomery, Ala., New. 4. Entire non's election -by 500. Democratic delegation elected to Con- Chicaqo, 111., Nov. 4.-Indications at 8re8S ia Alabama, midnight point to the undoubted elec- St. Louis, Nov. 4 It is claimed that tion of ten Republican Congressman, 5ix John J. O'Neil, Democrat, is elected by Democratic Congressmen with four dis- 1,000 majority in the Eighth Congres- tricts of the State still in doubt. sional District, which two years ago Chicago. Nov. 4.-12:30 a. m. Dem- gave a republican majority ot 2,000. ocratic Central committee claim that private advices show the Democrats Democratic nominees for Congress, ex cept in the 5th and 7th and 8,:h districts. The iudications are that Felton, Demo crat, carries tha 7lh and liaight, Repub lican, the 5th. . PENNSY LVANIA. lty, and that they have certainly gained three Congressmen and probably five. . MICHIGAN. NEBRASKA. The Indications are That the Demo crats Elect their Governor. Omaha, Neb.., Nov. 4. At 10 o'clock returns from all over the State are too scarce to base positive assertion on, but Ret countv eroes Democratic by 800 m-'jori'y. The county instructed its Senators ana Representatives to vote for Vance by a haudsome maj rity. Pou will run with a majority for the State ticket. IJRUNSWICK. cratic eWction officers at the first precinct of First w.trd refused to receive the reg istration books trum Republican super visors, who had taktn them to cony, conetaueutlv tho vote cast "at that pre Quay Claims that Delamater (Hep ) is Elected Hy 309,000 Majority. Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 4, 8 p. m. Sen ator Quay telegraphs from Beaver, "The hittle iri over. Delamater will have a majority of 30,000 in the State." Philadelphia, Nov. 4. At Demo cratic headquarters the election of Pit- tison for Governor is claimed by 10,000 The Democrats Claim the State Re- indicate the election of Boyd (Dem j for turns Slow Coming in. Governor, the choice of three Derao- Detr'jit, Mich., Nov. 4th. Returns cratic Congressmen and the defeat of from all parts of the State will be late prohibition. The majority against tho and from mauy points, it has already latter will be about 15,000. c r... xr n xtt. 1 Pvfiont A i Tntii vntr m thp maiontv. At z:ou a. m. iuairiaan i M I . I I 1 Ul.l. .1. V.. A 1 W . . 1 . u..vvv '1 ' . ItUL UtUUH.l. . . , v - 7 . - . . i r asurer, citY for Fpes ia 2 37l; Liangston, oo; for register of deeds and trea ' j j - aav concedes Pattison's election. In 188S, Vena- : ,fi !' if; a..: c i:i.-s Congressional returns ' N ii-j from Sixth, Seventh h;;, i hutrii.ffi. I).mrir.iti friitw t ; n r iiioli i h (' I IJulMin No. 7 l" P. M. ;r:,-i F.oni 12" precincts show Dem- - on State ticket of 5 000. r 1 1 ' t hi' Tn.nnritv will !- nnr hi 11 D.'inocratic cains in J ""; ;' ' ve are reported officially i:- l -'uth, Fifth and Ninth. P., ip' mr lltv. 1 boo. ble's majority over Luigston was 9SG; over Langton and Arnold 292 Very A Solid Den nearly a" t e white Repub leans m the for WEST VIRGINIA. m ocratic Delegation Congress. -n.i .rnr.d irianv neirrots voted for Washington, D. C, Nov. 4, Private J . 1 C I I! lU- n.Airtftrt h nfn I n fck tl niftht Ens vvhose election seems assureu iiuui 1 uisptuucs lcreuci uciu mBu returns so' far received by a majority from Wheeling, W. Va., indicate the t 'a 111 prcc nets out of ti 1 n hixtii ;vtnl Seventh Dis i' v :" !. and oalv one nro , 1 ."Ttt-.l 1... ih. Kighth. Dfnio -:':.Mu h;is.!ativo ticket stcad- '"'.1.-0. Hull. U I "1-., f t.'i'l . .... 1 v 1 ""t Nate t'cket. Total Demo- lins h-uig o,715, aud the total tin No. 11. .1 1:10 P. M. J',,r ' -tlu I,s f Congressional election w ' ;!,'v Ivmocraticoet majorities ll.r;;hlst I)ist (,0;ThirdI)i8t.500; 'l l;-;tic 2,3 0; Fifth District, , I).,trkt, 1,500. No returns "i'rv!1 'Vh kSevtnth Eighth I Iiul Irt i No 10.. 1:10 a. M. 9 ' h which shows small loss, Democratic ticket shows gn over the vote of 1888; sheriff shows largest gain. This is Re publican stronghold. South L'ort leader. MECKLENRURG. Charlotte, N. C , Nov. 4. 9 p. in. Senator Vauee's homo L'lves 09 Demo cratic maj irity. This is a gain of 3f 0. Charlotte Nov. 4. Report i to night indicate that Mecklenburg county lias agaiu gono Democratio by from six to one thousand m.j irity. IREDELTi. Statesville, N. C Nov. 4 - 9 p. tr. Statesville, the home of Eaves and Mott, Republican bo.s of tho State, gos Democratic by 140 majority, for the first time m its history. HUNCO.IIHE. Democrats Claim Crawford's Major ity of trom 800 to 1,'joO. Asiieville, N. C, Nov. 4. Asheville township, which includes three pre ninn ontci.lu it pitr el VPS I I m KlOY'. i . iiuvio uut.Tivj v. k.v. t,-' -7 . rri. Democrat, 407 majority over E vat t, Re The Democrat, uary pnblican. Democrats claim Cra vford'a Coanty-Electiou Laws ork ell. election from 800 to 1,200 in tho Dis triCt. ix-i .t.t..t ,o Tvn Nnv. 4 Pl'esi- E;,V71?vVe: !?r:wlord ntilr&r dent Harrison arrived this morning and Asheville, N. C, Nov. 4 Reports was met at the depot by Mrs. McKee t:. t: j tit been received from the '''Moual District that the net H , Cipt. S. B. Alexander is '.I i'hiMctii, N fr.j u. 1 1-- 12.23, A. M. j 'a indications th Democrats much larger than that received by Ven- able iu 1888. Langston Charges Fraud. Petersburg, Va., Nov. 4.-7-A repor ter for the Index-Appeal, to-night inter viewed Congressman Langston, who was foni.d sick iu bed. He claims that he carried the district fairly by from 5,000 8,000 maj rity, and charges that fraud aud intimidation were practiced all over the distnot, bat more especially in Pe tersburg. He profe.-'sed himself willing to submit his case to a Democratic com mittee, confident thnt even such a one would give him his seat. - HARRISON VOTES. elrc.ion of the entire Dsmocratic deleg ation inCongress. Wilson, Capehart and Alderson, Democrats, are the dispatch says, undoubtedly elected, and Pendleton from the first district is probably elected. MONTANA. The Republican Ex Com. Claim the Mate Helena. Mon., Nov. 4. Ex Gov. White, chairman of the R3publican State committee expresses confidence in the election of Carter and a majori,y of the Renab'.ican State Senators. Gaines tele been announced that they will not be forthcoming till tomorrow. The guber- MISSISSIPPI. national candidates are making a close A Solid Democratic Delegation Sent to run with the chances in favor of the Re- Congress, publican nominee. The Democrats Jackson, Miss., Nov. 4. The election claim the 1st, 5th, 6th and 7th Congres- passed off quietly throughout the state, sional districts with tho 10th doubtful. The indications are that a solid Demo- The Republican committeeclaim that not I cratic delegation has been elected. sufficient returns have been received to I base an estimate upon. m m m MARYLAND. A Solid Democratic Delegation Sent to Congress. His Name is Mudd. Baltimore, Md , Nov. 4. Maryland sends an unbroken Democratic delega tion to Congress. McKay defeats Mc- Comai by about 800, and Compton wins over Mudd by 800. The other Demo cratic majorities are in the thousands. LITTLE RHODY Comes Up and Says it will Take Dem ocratic Sugar in Hers. New York. Nov. 4. The San says: ''The Democrats have elected a Con gressman in Rhode Island probably two." TEXAS. A Solid Democratic Delegation Sent to Congress. INDIANA Has Shown its Love of Harrison by Giving the Democrats 20,000 Major ity. Chicaoo, Nov. 4. A special to the Herald from Indianapolis, states that Indiana has gone Democratic by 20,000, and that one Democratic Congressman has been gained. The Congressional Election. lliy United Press. Danville, Va., Nov. 4. The Repub licans had no candidate in the fiield in this (Fifth) District. Adams, Prohibi tionist, ran against Lester, Democrat, but indications are that he polled a very light vote. In Danville and North Dan ville Lester's vote is 1,055, Adams 47. TT T -.T M T . A Tv Austin, Nov. 4tb. The Democratic uanville, v a., ixov. nier, ieui- w nm .watie bv a small maior- State ticket and a solid Democratic ocrat, nas complete wai over in wis, i . . .. I j-i . vi;,fi the fifth district. i i u i u i r i ii i! i iii i , v' rif hi i ir i ir: ri i i have been elected. . Rnrl'nrn o that that -e ity for the first time iu 25 years from the district are coming iu slowly. Estimates based on what have come in kive Crawford 1000 majority over Ewart for Congress. The Democratic ticket will have a majority of about 500. GRANVILLE. This County Is Redeemed From Rad ical Kuie. and family. He was driven to their res idence and an hour later went to the polls to vote. Atter his arrival a flag was stretched over the entrance to the b30th and the president bowed his head when passing under it. tie was in me runner rnfm inst three minutes. Ashe S7 ... . ,1 Till V 1th rnvil1fl deposited his ballot and had his name , n recorded, Judge Sanders said: "Its f l Plain Ben Harrison now." -Yes sir' i'lv" IUb" ,0 M majority in .the j! is wo (justion of .. :;.sI;;tti'-u m tho Fourth Congres- i'j y ; ''V at k-ast 3,000 major- 'kr u'l "' '"u 0V(jr r is very , ,', "'hiy iucreascs. Tho Dem l .. c 111 i''d Guilford county by Oxford, N. C , Nov : - 1 . .1 Tlw. TT . . . . . . ITFMIJ 1 1. U I Jk ticket is elected. imams carries vuo - . , . rpfiiflfint 4tand his vote couuts OUiVI WUW s ' - J - - 1 2-1: JO A. 31. ' 111 -14 nrecints. which is 7 I. If, , .. ;!.,. , - tihthof all in the State. "kr liris of 8.00. Dem- tfv.v HVlIKr'v-STIlcn appear to be cer ul , Vl1.? aU districts pave the irr -'aui. in the Second l ' 'lU'.crat. Imd frninnt rrrait Urn.. ' "7 .....J kUlUVU W&VCV r,,,n a, .... , .Y 4 . I v. t i'"",ans claim it is doubt i . IIT'lt.! ...... 1 7 . 1 TV v, juc oity vowies, Lem- Hiili, No. i:i..i.-.n a t . . . rfonl i u min Diatuct give Koritv ' ,:JUjrjat iorCoi ;tlt. action. r.r..ca 1 Af( " I'uoucuus c-n.odo Craw county for Congress by at least 300, a gain of 000. A. vv. URAIIAU. ROCKINGHAM. Reidsville N. C, Nov. 4 Rocking ham county is Democratic by 500 ma jority; a Democratic gain of 20b. EDGECOMHE. Tarboro. N. C, Nov. 4. -Democrats elect sheriff, treasurer and clerk. HALIFAX. Halifax. N. C, Nov. 4 Halifax but one. The Republicans concede a Democrat ic victory in this city and county. Ad vices from other parts ot tne otaie, while very mearge, indicate tnat a lair vote is being polled and agree that the new election law is working admirably. McKinley's District. By United Press.1. Cincinnati. Nov. 4 Reports from county elects Democratic Representative McKinley's district are simply specula ticket, me uepuoucan couary uesei, tive. No actual bgures are yei in supposed to be elected. PITT. Bncklen's Arnica aive. Onvvn.T.F X. n.. Nov. 4. The en- Tk Best Salve m the world for cuts, namnpratin tinVpt pIrp. r.prl. Rr.inch. Rrnisps. Sores. LTlcers. Salt Kheum, xe- DAmnfirRt.forContrress. cets 800 a large Ver Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil- K&n. b'ains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, HA i AiiUA anri nnsinveiv cures xruea, m uu yaj o t .ir'xTfMT? "M n Knv 4 Tho ftntira nnirftd. It is guaranteed to give perfect Democratic ticket is elected by a good satisfaction, or money refunded, -rice majority. In 1888 this county gave a I 25 cents per cox. uor saie uy ouuu RepubHcan majority of 67. I Macliae. ARKANS S. The Indications are That the Demo crats Make Gains. Little Rock, Ark., Nov. 4 With the single exception of trouble at Pine Bluff, where a negro deputy sheriff fatally wounded a policeman named Learning and shot too more, all white, the elec tion in Arkansas was quiet. Returns coming in indicate Dimocratic gaio.3 over the election of September. The Democrats claim the election of all the Congressmen. KENTUCKY. Out of Eleven Congressmen Ten Will be Democrats. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 4. It is rea sonably certain that out of eleven Con gressional districts in Kentucky ten have gone Democratic by an increased major ity. CONNECTICUT. A Rousing Democratic Victory in the Nutmeg State. New York, Nov, 4 The World's Bulletin claims a Democratic victory in Connecticut with Congiessional gains. A Boston dispatch to the Herald says: "Six Democratic Congressmen are prob ably elected a gain of four." Hartford, Conn., Nov. 4. The legis lature is apparently Republican on joint ballot by about 25. Sperry, Dem , in the first and Willcox, Dem., in the 2nd dis trict are elected to Congress. Russell, Rep., is elected in the 3rd and the 4th is still uncertain. Indianopolis, Ind., Nov. 4. Under the new law the voting precincts in creased from 1,853 to 2,919. There will be some delay in gathering by precincts. FLORIDA. A Solid Democratic Delegation Sent To Congress. Jacksonville, Nov. 4. The Demo cratic State ticket is considered elected by over 15,000 majority. Both Demo cratic Congressmen are elected by large ly increased majorities. NEW HAMPSHIRE. Still Greater Democratic Gains. Concord, N. H,, Nov. 4 The indica tions at this hour are that there is no choice of Governor by the people of the State; that McKinney, Democrat is elec- YOU CANT DOWN A LEE. Gen. Lee's Urother Triumphs Over the Independent. (By United Press.) Richmond, Va., Nov. 4. The election passed off quietly to-day. The vote as reported was light without sufficient re turns aa yet upon which to base an esti mate on doubtful districts. Lee (Dem ocrat) in the 8th Congressional district is re elected by an immense majority. Norfolk Makes Democrtaic Gain. 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