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7 -s t S " v . ', ' l .. i i i i I I 111 9 3 r : n i r : RALEIGH. R 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER G, 1890. NEWS. DEMOCRATIC M . I OK IT V. . i v r ," . . ut:h'. V l ' tit ami . 1 t r iriwl 10 . .11 . t" in1' the Force Bill HI I I M t lVTU' Campaign IV. !l Nov. 5. The t lu next House will certaiuly be 40 , up to SO. Mil' r. i 'III NT' 'I'rt'iin 'ii ! r.i H TENNESSEE. The Democratic Majority Not Less Mian 25,000. Nashville, Tenn., Nov 4 The Dem ocratic rcaj rity for u ntraor is net less thau 25,000. Guat.e, Republican for Congress in the Third district, has been defeated. DAKOTA. The Republicans Carry the State by 5,004). Bismarck, N. D , Nov. 5. Capt. A, II. Burke, Republican, for Governor, is elected and the balance of the Republi can State ticket will have pluralities rn.,r.d'i Pennsylvania, ranging from 3,000 to 7,500. Si'W II unpshire sure. OHIO. x' ... ir.., I Charles Poster l)ffjntr l i UK'S 1U CMf nam- I iiFFix, O., Nov. 5. -Hare's majority over Foster iu this district is ah ur, 500. Ex Governor Foster concedes his defeat in the 8th Ohio district by 100 NEW II AM I'M! I RE. The Legislature Will Elect (Governor. Concokd, N, II., Nov. 5. The latest riturus shmv Atnsden,Dein.for Governor, leads Tuttle, Republican, by upwards of 1,0 JO, but, the probabilities are that the vote for Fletcher, Prohibitionist, will prevent a choice by the people and the legislature will elect. Both parties claim to have exniid the te ur.il coun'". CLEVELAND INTERVIEWED. t. Democratic Oam . . s the agricultural . ; ;ri -i-C have en- i iia- tfcKiuley bill, and . u!. s Loilgu and his , lively K gored. ,c c u ried ten iiti ic's 'inures no'-v coming iu r!t V.-U. Ion- Re.j -icins. 5 i. f t lean iu tbiH eiiy. Four i in the Sta.e. 1 V ..nlli- i:i siyinR I'attl i . i : i. 1 V I erju- Mania. (t.Mil'I.'ll At-Ui'.iJ iimw Wor d m)s LMucratio victories in Nvv Hampshire, Massa- tic.it, Indiana, iowa, Dis- McKtuley is cer- HE HAS FULL CONFIDENCE IN THE PEOPLE. The Democratic Party Mast Push on the DattleVictory Will Come. New Yoek. N. Y. Nov. 5 Ex Presi dent Cleveland in an interview with a reporter of the United Press on the re sults of yesterday's elections said, ,4I am delighted, and challenge the right of any man in the country to rejoice more heartily than I over the results of yes terday. My gratification is that of an American, proud of his fellow country men, who though led away for a time by party prejudice and by blind confidence in cunnir g and selfi h leaders, cannot be deluded to their ruin. Ahey have demonstrated that in deal ing with V em it is not safe to calculate that they are stupid or heedless of the welfare of their countrymen The "ne cessity of tariff reform, with its conse quent reduction in the cost of living, and the duty of the Democratic party to advocate it, has been freely demon strated by the action of tLe people yes terday. Their decision has been delib erately made, and it is all the more sig nificant because they have voted upm their reason and indement. ami hfeanse .uciviuuey, ucmocrai, uas oeen eieciea they have proved that corruption is to Uonj're.ss in the first district, and "Of course, there is nothing for the Democratic party to do, but to push on n t , I.-l.r- .... i '.';!! ;'r. 'Mh; y M'ss.;uri. Michigan and Tir:utr.uou.-j njoicing here. VV HAT DID IT. or.,l. ( t Russell Srtyn Thnt It I anil and the I one Hill. s Nov. 5. (lov-elect Wm. E. i ....ciki'i-' of hi. election and the ;;a M ;ichuetts paid: 44Tlio one irae j''-ti"R A the Tariff question , r,..-;lr icoins that Massachusetts -u H'-'i'it'ly opposed to the high ,!Kyot the Republican party as el :u tlv McKiuUy bill, T)d c!e Vi 'Vli .Ml M) a HI UIVC LICO .'i..5 US I . . . ir-Ml, LMl i i . . :T!il ; i . . i . Tl.. or tier lnun-'incs. i ne m i le iu the Cougres , ineau that Mas-achu ,u!; ttiM the action cr her Rcpub- ... ....; i.. .J in ( Vn nrro J T t D'lt oj.v hor protest against me ..cm tari'tV policy, but against tho l-Mu C! Mil ana tno conuuci oi me ,;,V. u-iiu the House of Ilepresenta '. -a-A r criticism upon the National t a siv.-rioti of President Harrison. i & in of J;, f oi I tl "V . I.a i iON DHT'ICITLTIES. .fi! ii'.ul 'rtouhht (Jrowins Out of Hie hive' ion. iiMoM), Kj., Nov. 5. A seriou uliy c.'urrol yestenlay at Irvene, V,!son, superintendent Ati.cll .I'H :!;!! It- schuols, atai Dr. Lilly, son of U'- Lily, were killed. Oraut Lilly - :iU seriously wounded. Several r.s Wfie .slightly hurt. No details rt' Koin- 1 here save th:it it was over ' I' cti- n. otie heini: a Kenublican and Tex , Nov. " In a row at a i l1''"' '-'l wiles youth of here, two is naiiit il U.v.l were killed. t , i I'OPS MAJORITY. ill the Dis Will Aproimate 5,000 triet. ti. ij 'Mt.rs for Pou are about rs h . i a s : Hi:,.'t iVl.e, T. iihiiit . .. Ul l II Disi Ricr 800 1,800 1,000 aoo 4.400 Moore in the second M SSACIIUSETTS. The Republican Executive Committee Concedes Their Defeat. Boston, Mass , Nov. 5. 2:30 a. m The R'publiuun committee concede Russell's oltction for Governor by about 7,000 pluralty. ILLINOIS. Foul-Southed. Cannon Defeated. Danville, 111., Nov. 5. Go.T. Buck ingham, Republican, Chief Clerk of the Illinois House of Representatives, makes an estimato which shows Cannon to be beaten by a small majority. Cannon admits his defeat. P E N N S Y L V A N I A . The Democrats Claim Pattison's Elec tion lly lO.OOO-. The Republicans Do iMot Concede It. Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 5 Chair man Andrews of the Republican com mittee makes the following statement: "The Republican State committee ba lieve Ui?lca:iter has a plurality, but the result is close and it may take the official figures to determine it." Chairmui Kerr of (he Democratic State ommit'Me claims the vote by 10,000 maj ;rUy for Pattison. XV EST VIRGINIA. Wilson Probably Elected by a Small Majority. Wheeling, W. Va., Nov. 5 It will require the official couut to determine the result for Congress in the first and fourth districts and iu the third district. Alderson, Democrat, is re elected by a m tjori'y of about 500. VVilsou, Dem ,in the second district is probably ekctcd by a small rnaj nity. WISCONSIN. The Democrats Have Elected the Gov ernor, The Republican" the Legis lature. Milwaukee, Nov. 5 -Reports ind cate that tho democrats have carried the State and elected George W. Peck Gov- ernor. ino returns receivea arescaiter- ing and cover nearly the whole State. Every one shows democratic gains. The Legislature will be republican on joint ballot, insuring the re-election of Sena te r Spooner. Lateh At this hour, l.:tOa. m , the indications are that the democrats have carried the S:ate, electing the Governor and the rest of the State ticket. They have gained one Congressman in the Milwaukee dis'rict and there i-5 strong grounds for their claim of electing an otlur in tho 31 district. Later. E. C. Wall, chairman of the State democratic central committee, claims the Stale by 153 0 00 plurality. C. C Payne, chairman of tho republican State central committee, couce les the PEICE 5 CENTS. t ; i ... r- the battle at all times, and in places on the lines which they have laid down; that is, to insist upon a wise adjustment of tariff taxation to the reasonable need of the government as opposed to the plan which enriches a favored class at the expense of tho masses of the people. Un til victory is won, the question of tariff reform will not be settled nor the pledges and professions of the Democratic party to the people redeemed . 'Our party has made an honest and earnest fight. It has planted itself upon disinterested and unselfish devotion to the interests of the people. Its abso lute unity and harmony upon the ques tion of tariff reform shows its quick recognition of true Democratic prin ciples,, and its enthusiasm i;; a c.s-e which involves the popular welfare. Everywhere our people have done mag nificently and the harvest they have gathered has been nobly earned." THE FIFTH DISTRICT. Williams Has 2,000 .Majority and Bar ber l."0--The Republicans Carry Stokes and .Hake Other (J. tins. By United Press. Winston, N. C, Nov. 5th. Riturus from every precinct in Forsyth county show the L:ct that the county increased its vote for the Republicans, while Win ston Salem's Democratic majority was double wha. it was last election. Stafford for e'erk, over Houser, who has b-en in offie-j over til teen years, aud Griffith over Liiiville, for Treasurer are the only Democrats on the Democratic county ticket elected. Baldy Williams carries the county by 185 majority, while Settle's majority was 80 over Barber. Winston-Salem alout gav3 a Democratic majority of 300. Returns from counth s west of here come iu slowly. Barbtr carried Alle ghany for Solicitor by about 400, and was onlv defeated in Wilkes by three hundrei. Surry gave Bddy Williams and Barbtr inth about 200 majority, while Stokes gave neither over one hun dred democratic. County ticket in Stokes, except sheriff, was defeated by a small majority. Lineback goes to the House from Forsyth and Ryonlds to the Senate. Returns from Yadkin show tmall republican gain, while in Davie they lost Conservative democrats place Williams1 majority at 2,000 and Paiber's at 150. G. P. Pell COW LES' DISTRICT. The Returns are very 3Ieajre and the Result is in Doubt. Charlotte, Nov. 5, 10 p. m. Dis patches from points in Congressman district to-day indicate that th IT MAY REACH A0,O00. THE DEMOCRATIC MAJORITY IN NORTH CAROLINA GROWING. We give a continuation of the bul letins prepared yesterday from the latest news from ali sections of the State: Bulletin No. 14 1 1:10 A. 31. Returns to this date sho -v from 228 precincts Democratic gains for Chief Justice who is ahead of ticket of 8,200 as compared with vote for Governor two j ears ago. Republican Chairman Eaves says Democratic mijority is 40, 000. Tery little additional Congres sional new 8 thus far to day. Bulletin No. 10,-11:30 A. 31. Raleigh, N. C. , Nov. 5, Reports are now coming in for cmnties and are in most ca?es reported as official. Those so far received today are as follows : Person couuiy Democratic majority. State ticket 150, Democratic gain 70. Randolph county m'j rit for Demo cratic State and Congressional racket 450, Democratic gain of GOO. Sheriff and Clerk Democratic by six hundred majority, D. mocrati? gain of 750. Orange county majority for Bunn, Df mocratic for Congress 35 . gain for Democrats 75. Judicial ticket Demo cratic by 500 majority. Henderson County Republicanmajori ty of 300, Democratic gam, 84. Greene count j, whole Democratic tick et elected by majority of from 209 to 300. Democratic gain 250. Pamlico couniy, entire Demcc.atic ticket elected by incretbed majority. Branch for Congress 200 mijority. Statesville, Iredell county, give Price only 239 votes. Faircloth. Republican, for Associate Justice, 275, and Merri- mon 403. This is Democratic 170. Salisbury, home of Charles Price, head of Republican ticket, gives him 241 and Mcrrimon 580, Democratic gain oi GO. Bulletin No. 17 10 A. 31. R all Kill, N. C , Nov. 5. Returns are now coming ia from counties and aid in moste ws reported as official. Those o far receive! to-day are as follows: Warren county Dem 5crats gain over 3o0 votes, w. v. Long elected to House by Democrats by a handsome majintv. S:okes county Republican, save for sheriff, who is elected, Dim cratic loss Gastouia, returns from Gastonia pre c;nct show loss of 91 for Democrats on Congressional vote. Macon county 200 Djmoc.-atic jonty; gam' 10 J Democratic. Swam eoumv, oou u :mocratiC ma jority; gain of 200 Democratic. Jackson eounty, 500 Democratic jonty; gain for that party of 150. Havwood onnty gives 750 majoity for Democrats, which is gain for tuetn CLEVELAND. SiiELBYVNov1.': Un6mial returns from this count j gjvC.owles about 355 rjoajority loss: ol , j , 6var 1,300. State I ticket wiH! have about fifteen to eighteen -majority." - - Frick. of 375. m ii :. "".,, Hi mocratic Candidate for J,0"'n,N M ill iet ,000 3I jorjty. I'.'y-it!'. N. C , Nov. 5 -My majority f ' l'f ;iV,:i 2.000. Cow les' State to the democrats, legislature and result is vet in doubt, with odds in Mr. all, but gives no figures. Tin? will give Cowles' favor. In answer to telegraphic A. II. A. Williams.- l L'lvER, At CO. i 'o T a ' A II. A U I. i.li.v I u I Dress Wraps. 1 ') i f these is simply grand. 1 tyle and richest materials. '4'vnuerjts than these we W. H.&K. S. Tucker & Co. PALIS' DOOM SEALED. hi. . r Uliiinu- Ticket Downs The I'tiMinuiN iu Kansas, nal to state Chimjniclk.J ULAk'. Nov. Re. A TVcrvof --.Vi ' " Oiual organ of the Peoples' tl "iv'ii '.l'irty Kansas says: The .tt-i wiui nve coni'Tessmeu '"vim iMiro almost solid, one 'I till Lt'lUi crat nnfl in lrnlif- L. L Polk ' 'i'-'-p.o's Party" is the Alliauee ) . ii . i! i i . .. . tun iiy oi iarm- ic v r M'i j svnl- I"'" ;i,i a (oiijrressman. 'rVt. N'v. 5 -Poturus from : i!.Vl",':i ns of ,hp S:nteof Wash- ' i'( inpo.-ed 'IVn ... !i 1 . 1 i 4 IlJI ott IUU J V- m,a: i' and are wi h the demo " ' m .i me tiritt. it is mtially a demrcratic vie a gain ot a democratic senator to sue ceed Spoon r. NEW HANOVER. Wilmington, N. C , Nov. 5th. New Hanover has goae Democratic by from 75 to 200. We contest very close be tween Bellamy aud Croom but the odds favor Bellamy. 3IlC!II(iN. There is tt Great Rattling of Dry Bones. Detroit, Mich , Nov. 5. Returns from Michigan up to 3:30 p, in., show a wonderful rattling of dry bones. For Congress the results are as follows: First district, Cheyman, democrat, re elected by 4000 plurality. Second dis trict, James S. Gorman; democrat elect ed over Congressman Allen by 700; third district, James O'Donnell, repub lican, re elected; fourth district, Juliua Caesar Burrows, republican, probably electtd by email majority, although the democrats are claiming that ixeo. L Giple has a sife majority; fie th district, ex-congressman Ford, democrat, elected by 1000. Sixth, Stout, demo crat, and Ball, republican, in douot with Stout iu the lead; beventn, W hit- McDowell, 200 Demo?rat:c majority; Democratic t;ain40. Her?der.s' n, majority for Ewart, Re publicau for Congress, largely reduced. J Chowan, Kepub leans carry State ticket by 125; gain for them of 75. Legislative ticket close and in doubt. Bulletin No. 18-3:10 P. 31. Burke couuty gives Merrimon 249 ma jority, and Cowles for Congress 2o9; a Democratic gam of 2o0. Uounty ticket elected by about sam-3 majority. Swain county, official, Crawford has 328 majority over Ewart; Democratic gains of 225; Merrimon's majority over 200, Durham county elt cts Democratic tick et by 400, gain of 200 for the Demcc:ats. Craven couuty give3 Cheatham 800 majority; Democrat gain of 4C0. Jones couuty elects lull Demccrauc couuty ticket and gives Mewborne, Dem ocrat 48 majority. Granville county elects whole Demo cratic ticket. Majority of Williams for Congress, official, is 284. Democratic gain is nearly 500. Haywood couuty gives Crawford, for Congress, GSSmajjrity, Democratic gain of 336. Mai nty oi ludicial ticket nearly as large. Alexander county elects Democratic State ticket by4i00 majority, also entire Democratic county ticket. Cowles car ries the county by small majority. McDowell county elects Democrats by Bulletin No. 1 6:30 P. 31. In Edgecomba county the Democrats elect the sheriff, clerk, treasurer;" regis ter or deeds and entire legislative ticket. Cheatham's majority 825:.iDemoeratie: gain of nearly 400. - Bu-ke offLial gives Merrimon 1.241: Democratic gain of 191. Pender elects Democratic membar of the Legislature, aud very probacy county officers by a small maj rity This is a JJemocratic gain. The New York Legislature. New York, Nov. 5 The New York General Assembly s ands 09 Democrats. T .... . o'j nepuoncans, witn two districts in doubt, which seems to be in favor of the Republicans. This would make a tie on joint billot. Bulletin No. 179:10 P. 31. Person county, Dem crat-'c maioritv for State ticket 150; Democratic gain 70. liandolpn county, majority for Demo cratic State and Congressional ucket 450; Democratic gain of 600. Sheriff and Clerk Democratic by six hundred; Democratic gain 750. Orange county, majority for Bunn. Democrat for Congress, 395; gain for Democrats 75. Judicial ticket democratic by 500 majority. Henderson county, republican ma jority 300; democratic gain 84 Green county, whole democratic ticket elected by majorities of from 209 to 300; democratic gain 2o0. Pamlico county, entire democratic 1 ticket elected by iucreased maioritv. Branca, for Congress, 200 majority. Statesville, Iredell county, give Puce only 239 votes, Fairchild, republican for Associate Justice, 275, and Merrimon 403. This is democratic izain of 170. Salisbury, home of Charles Price, head of republican ticket, gives him 241, and gain of Merrimon 5SG; democratic gain of GO RANDOLPH. Asheboro, N. C, Nov. 5. Randolph redeemed. Democratic maioritv 500. M. Bradshaw. GUILFORD. Greensboro, N. C, My majority three hundred and fifty. J. L. Kino. Greensboro, N. C, Guilford Demo cratic throughout. Williams three fifty to four hundred. County two fifty, to three hundred. R. T. Gray. NASH. Rocky Mount, N. O., My majority shows Nash largely increased. Entire Democratic ticket thought elected. Will take official vote to decide. B. H. Bunn. Lenoir, Noy. 4. Cowles majority iu Caldwell will certainly be over 500 aud will probably reach 600. News from Watauga is good. He runs ahead of ticket and will receive 100 majority there. W. W. Scott, Jr. MITCHELL. Cranberry, Nov. 4. Ewarts majority in this precinct, Cranbsrry, is only fifty nine, two years ago it was about two- hu dred. Geo. Zimmerman. '"VTIDAEWaVE. DEM JCKVriC ICTOttlES RE PORTED E VJ R YW HERE. The Sovereign People Rebuking the Paradoxical Selfishness and Extrav agance ot Soma.eI.Ttieir Unfaithful Servanti. t lm New York, Nov. 5. TheSun says: The next House of Representatives is evidently Democratic by about 35 ma jority. The most remarkable result is the overturning in New Hampshire. The gains in Rhode Island and Massa chusetts are very notable. The southern states show heavy Democratic gains, the Republicans being wiped out in Missou ri and Maryland. McComas, leader of the Republicans in the House, is badly defeated in a Republican district. It appears that Cannon will figure again in Congress, and that local pride has re elected McKinley, the Repub lican leader; and Henry Cab.it Lodge, the author of the Force bill, gets through by a small majority over Dr. William Everett. The Farmers' Alliance can didates of the South, endorsed by Dem ocrats, are nearly oil elected. All the Democrats who were ousted are sent back by Hrge majorities. New Iork, Nov. 5. The returns from the State indicate the return of 1G7 Republicans and 165 Democratic Congressmen, says the Tribune this morning. New York, Not. 5. The Times says: The Democrats have completely over thrown the Republicans in the House of Representatives. The Fifty-second Con gress will consist of 332 members, as follows. Democrats, 201; Republican, 129. Democratic majority, 71. ma ma COLUMBUS. Whiteyille, Nov. 4. Majority for will NO EXTRA SESSION. Harrison has Evidently Heard Some thing Drop. IBy United Press. Washington, D. C , Nov. 5 It can be stated on the authority of a Cabinet officer that the President will not call an extra session of Congress. The first of December comes on Monday and CoEgress will meet in regular session oa that day. There is no urgency demand ing an extra session. It is stated on the same authority and the reasons that were potent in svggesting it several weeks ago, do not hold now. Only four weeks remain before the regular session begins, and members of Congress from distant States could hardly arrive here in time for a session if one were called. There are other reasons, it is stated, that have led the President to determine not to called an extra session. This conclu sion was reached at the last session of the Cabinet, held Friday, Oct. 31. THE SILVER DOLLAR V V -W J A g -1 1 1 . inquiry, n VV. Jtauceue, uowies inde pendent competitor, wired King's news frw niirhfc ttini, if he was elsetpil hnMni-nnpratftwiih the demnnrat- a majority of GO. Biddix, Democrat, elected to the House. Democratic loss . AllV".'J - - ' " " fl-.ct with the demands of the Farmers' Alliance. He was for the Alliance first, and democracy second. The Chronicle's information from Cowles' district is that it is in doubt. Cowles' maj cities are about: Cleveland, 300. Caldwell, 500. Burke, 250. Lincoln, 50. Alleghany, 200 Maiorities, 1,200. His opponent is Prof. E W. Faucette, of Lenoir, who calls fcimseir "an Alli ance cmdidate." He has al ways been a democrat, cette are: Gaston, Wilkes, Ashe, The majorities for Fau- 310. 400. 100. Majority, With vVatauga doubt. They will 800. and Alexander m be close. It looks Barman's CircusRaleigh, N. C. I'll'.!' VMUNUTOW ing, democrat,, i,ouu majority; jgniu, Youmans. 7. democratic by small ma jority. Congressman Bliss concedes this; like Cowles will have 500 majoiity. Ninth, Wheeler, democrat, probably elected over Congressman Cntcheon, ... . ... .Ill -1 .ii V- altnougn republicans sun ciaim laner , occasion the Richmond and e ec ion; tentn "3 '. Danville railroad will sell tickets to eiecieu over numpureja, . tpaux.u, , . followinar a i- r i i i, i . w-.s-iftk I - - - - - luevenin, oievenaoii, repuuuauf Mtfnr th rnnn.l-t.rin from rjoints A. U V- vuw w- f - X of 100 votes. Republican sheritt elected. Cabarrus county, official, judicial, congressional, log slative and county tickec Democra-ic by 000 maprity. Democratic loss of 130. Rutherford county elects entire Dem ocratic ticket by 200. Dtmocratic gain of 115 This is the home of the Repub lican Chairman, Mr. Eave3. Bulletin No. 205 P. 31. Pitt county gives Murrow tni Branch 800 majority, a Democratic gain of 535. Gives ttie legislative ticket toe same majority and county ticket 1,100. Northamp.on county e.ects demo cratic county and legislative ticket bj 500 majority, democratic gain of 881. Cleveland county Rives Uowles 3U0 majority for Congress. Bulletin No. 108:30 P.M. Returns show that Crawford, Demc crat, carries Jackson county by 505 ma jority; Dimocratic gain of 170. The county is Democratic in everything by about the same figures. Cowan, Dem ocrat, defeats Painter, Independent, for the House by 600 majority. Bell, Dem ocrat, is safe for Senator. rv.f. v.ve with Deuo- trJ.,,!,;?s ""ll, Democrat, for ) '""Hg.deulof his ticket. 'he in ' Arnica Salve. rVs- s V ALiK iu :he worU1 for Cnks ,r!' T ur'4' Salt Kheum, Fe h ',: iU, Clapped Hands, Ohil- r!l"-i v i a,i't Skiu Eruptions, I ' i' il 1 1 : tUi' Piles, or no nav re- give perfect ably elected by small majority. Michigan's democratic gain is live, and probably more. On Governor, Winans, democrat, has snowed under Turner, republican, and his pluralty is now esti mated at 11.000. The democrats will also elect State treasurer. In Detroit, the democrats carried their full ticket for the county of Wayne by majorities of from 300 to 5,000. The Republicans Concede the State. Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 5th. Chair man Payne of the Republican State named. Tickets on sale from points on O. & C. and O. & H. railroads and points between Auburn1 and Golds- boro inclusive, evening ot JNov. otn and 6th from all other points on Nov.6th. From Mtbane, N. C, $2,00; Cbapel Hill, 180; Hiilsboro, $1.65; Durham, Union county gives a D3mocratic ma jority 1,200, a gain of 160 tor Democrats vote lihi. Beaufort county gives Merrimon 300 majority; gain of 200 for the Democrats, and sives Branch, foi Congress, five hundred majority, a gain of 400. Davidson county elects Democratic clerk, sheriff and register and one mem- member of the House. Omcial returns necessary to decide as to other Damo- Democratic nominees in Columbus exceed five hundred. A. F. Powkl. SURRY. Mt Airy, N. C, ov. 5. Surry gives a probable Democratic majority for the Slate ticket. SAMPSON. Clinton, N. C, Nov. 5. Butler beats Beaman, Independent Democrat, for the State Senate, 500 votes in Sampson county. Tne State and Con gressional ticket gave 1500 Democratic majority. H. E. Faison. WARREN. For The First Time in 25 Years it Elects a Democrat to the Legislature. Warrenton, Nov. 4 Warren over throws one thousand Radical majority and selects W. W. Long, a Vance Dem ocrat, to the Legislature. BLADEN. Elizabethtown, Nov. 5. Mr. Allen, the democratic nominee, carried the 13th Senatorial district. County ticket safe. Bright outlook for Democratic representative. Heavy gains for Grady. BLADEN. Elizabeth town, N. C , Nov. 5 Bla den solidly Democratic by from 150 to 250 maioritv. Tatem, Democratic nominee for the House, is elected by 150 to 200 maj jrity; Allen, for the San- ate by 138. District gets about 250 ma jonty in Bladen. I R. S. W hite. HARNETT. Bonn's Level, N. C, Nov. 5. Har nett gives Merrimon and Pou seven or eight hundred majority. J. M. Davis. NASH. Phillips, Democrat, elected to the House by over 200. Phillips for House beat Marsbourne over two hundred. Bunns majority in Nash is about seven hundred. BEAUFORT. State ticket about three hundred and fifty majority. Branch for Congress, about five hundred. Calloway house. No opposition. Luca3 and Chesson, Senate about the hundred. EDGECOMBE. It Elects a Solid Democratic Legisla tive Ticket The First lime Since The War. Edgecombe reduces the Republican majority by eight hundred and elects a solid Democratic legislative ticket. Donnell Gilliam. GASTON. Gaston gives Democratic judicial ticket 790 majority. Cowle3 for Con gress, is defeated. R. W. Saxdifer. GATES. (iatlin-, Ind., Elected to The Legisla-lure. Gatlin?. Ind.. elected to House. Dem Which Jefferson Davis Paid a North Carolinian To Carry Him Over The Ferry. Norwood, N. C, October 28. Rev. H. M. Mills, to-day says: 'I have con cluded to give you the out lines of a war relic which I now have in my possession. In the year 1865, the 16th day of April, I had the honor, as well as the pleasure, of ferrying Jeffer son Davis and his family across the Yad kin river, between Salisbury and Lex ington. I was guarding the railroad bridge, and it was my duty to attend to the ferry at this time, and about 10 o'clock in the morning the president and his staff and family came up to the riv er. General Breckinridge told me to arrange the boat in order to get them over. Mrs. Davis and her two daughters came on the boat first. When we had got about half across the river the lead mule jumped out in the river. I had the harness cut and he wont back to the opposite side. In jumping out he came very near throwing Mrs. Davs and her two daughters out in the river. I had several of my neighbors with me on the boat and when we landed I had them help me to draw the ambulance out in the shade. Then I returned with the boat and brought Mr. Davis and his horse safely over. He paid me a silver dollar for services rendered. I now have this very identical silver dollar in remembrance of him. The date of this dollar is 1860, and I have been offered a premium on it, but it was not enough for me to part from it. YOU CANT DOWN A LEE. Gen. Lee's Brother Triumphs Over the Independent. (By United Press.) Richmond, Va., Nov. 4. The election passed off quietly to-day. The vote aa reported was light without sufficient re turns as yet upon which to base an esti mate on doubtful districts. Lee (Dem ocrat) in the 8th Congressional district is re elected Dy an immense msyjiuj. Norfolk Makes Democrtaic Gain. Norfolk, Va., Nov. 4 Norfolk gives Lawson, Democrat, 1467 major' ty; Dem ocratic gain of 2,000. Portsmouth city gives him a majority of 331. Epoch. ' tt'ii' ... . t . i - a . t a. in. i. ,a ' I' d i i VUiC! Piles, or no nav re- central uomrauiee gives ine oraie ami r-Mac:;, ' y'Jar autuc-d to give perfect legislatur b Cfenty ' Uiii''v refunded. box. e to the Democrats, and says . - M . 11 . Price Wisconsin's uongresionai delegation l or sale by John Y. will stand G Democrats and 3 Republi- i 1 i cans. $1,10: Cary, 35 cents; Auburn, 35 cents; cra-tjc gains of over 300. Clayton, GO cents; Selma. $1,15; Prince . Alamance county State and Congres- gain of 275. Chatham county gives the Democratic judicial ticket 900 majority, Democratic gain of 380, Johnson county gives Pou, Democrat, ton, $1,50; Goldsboro, $1,95; Wilkins, $1,70; Stems, $1,95; Oxford, $2,25; Datmey, $2,25; StovaU, $2,70. Rates from intermediate points same proportion. in Telephone subscribers will please add for Solicitor, 2,304 majority; Democratic "Telephone No. 98; Mrs. Lottie P. Mc- gain of 1,288. It gives Bunn 2,100 ma Aden." jority for Congress. it;. ocratic Congressional, Judicial and Sen atorial majorities, five hundred. W. P. Roberts. VANCE. V. R. Henry, E-q., of Henderson, is in the city. He tehs us that the demo crats elected treasurer and clerk. The democratic ticket i3 defeated by only 25. The usual republican majority is 450. R E. Young, the republican war horse, was defeated. t The transition from long, lingering and painful sickness to robust health marks an epoch in the life of the indi vidual. Such a remarkable event is treasured in the memory, and the agency 'whereby the good health has been at tained is greatfully blessed. Hence it is that so much i3 heard in praise of Elec tric Bitters. So many feel they owe their restoration to health, to the use of the Great Alternative and Tonic. I f you are troubled with any disease of the Kid neys, Liver or Stomach, of long or short standing, you will surely find relief by use of Electric Bitters. 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