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Equal and Exact Justice to All Men, of Whatever State or Pemasion, RellQlous or Political.-rhos. Jfcon.
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RALEIGH, N. C., WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER
THE TIGER TRIUMPHANT.
PRICE: 5 CENTS.
ill State OScers and Leg.
Nov. o.-From a
U point the weather to
tded as a square deal
5fur it was a certain
t bi. vote and no favors.
tiling places were man-
L workers ot the several
wiizations at t 0 dock,
if opening, but between
o'clock the vote cast was
r .1. , .lif-jfc
latter hour the TOters
A lamer numbers. The
Vied to proceed more rap-
it did last year, but
a most entire! t to me
V of the voters concern-
);a Isew Most of Election
of tlw v.l to u tradcs-
oih'U Ai'jwtJ a.s a rule
of wh.it they had to
iVy were in the filing
tin.1 laboring men th'jm-
ind Totes it Straight.
i'leiit I'levduml voted
r 11 oVlnck.ut the corner
rt and Park avenue.
Votes Early if not Often.
! Huwrr, the Demo-
J JutctW (iovt-rnor, voted
fees Claim 20,000.
"'K. Nov. S. At 7 p
!!"i?fn the result in the
he Hoffman Housm. was
f 'publicans claim the
over -iOin) ,n:,j()1.itJ.
rWtt was elected.
pa Gain ia Assembly.
p1! D.'inoerats had
V,,,,,H twenty-four 11 a
in this city. This
1,1 Hire.' .M.i.v.i:
BOSWELL P. PLOWEK,
Democratic Governor of New York.
is lost. McKinley will carry the
State by 15,000. Anything above
that, you can use your own figures
for we are showed under."
RUSSELL'S TLURALITT IX BOSTON.
Boston, Nov 3. One hundred
and seventy-one of the 205 precincts
of Boston give Allen 18,817; Rus
sell 30, 795; Russell's plurality
Detroit, Mich., Nov. 3. One
Congressman is being voted for in
the tilth district to-day. The three
candidate were C. E. Belknap, Rep.,
who is the present Congressman
from the district, J. S. Lawrence,
Democrat, and S. W. Richardson,
(Election was held for part of the
Legislature which will elect a U.
SMALL REPUBLICAN GAIN.
Boston, Mass., Nov. 3, 11:30 p.
ra. Three hundred towns in the I S. Senator to succeed Senator Dan
State give Allen 12,393, Russell I :ei
W. P. iHEliHAN,
Democratic Lt. Governor of New Yoik.
majority of 443. Miller's major. ty
in Watertown in 1888 was 204.
Democratic gain of G47.
OsWEGO COUNTY GIVES DEMOCRAT
IC GAIN OF 1,G00.
Oswego, N. Y., Nov. 3. The
indications are that the Republican
majority in this county will not ex
ceed 2,000. A Democratic gain of
of 1,600 over 1888.
siieeiian running behind.
Buffalo, Nov. 3. Sheehan
running behind his ticket in all the
city and county
districts so far
DEMOCRATIC GAIN IN CAYOU.GA CO.
Auburn, N. V. Cayouga county.
City of Auburn Conip give Flower
2,285, Fassett 2,570. Vrooman 2,
529, Sheehan 2,300. Democratic
gain of about GOO.
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PLATTSBUKG ALL RIGHT.
Plattsburg, N. Y., Nov. 3. Three
towns in Clinfon county give Flow
er 42G majority same towns gave
Hill a plurality of one in 1888.
Democratic gain of 425.
FLOWER'S INDICATED MAJORITY
Executive Chamber, Albany,
N. Y., 10 p. m. The compilers in
this olfice estimate from present
figures that the Republicans will go
to the Harlem bridge with only 28,-
j 000 plurality and that it will be
met with G 1,000 majority tor Flow
er. TRIBUNE BULLETIN.
New York, Nov. 3,11 p. m. The
New York Tribune, (Republican,)
concedes Flowers election by 10,
BIG DEMOCRATIC GAIN IN SYRACUSE.
Syracuse, N. Y., Nov. 3, 11 p.
m. Syracuse city shows a net Dem
ocratic gain for Flower of 1,922.
N. Y. CITY'S DEMOCRATIC MAJORITY
IS ABOUT 57,000.
New York, Nov. 3, 10:45 p. m.
834 out o4' 87 districts in the city
of New York give Flower 135,031,
Fussett 81,1 1G. Flowers plurality
in the entire city will probably be
about 57,000. This is the same
plurality that Cleveland had over
Harrison in 1S88, and a loss of 12,-
000 from Hill's majority.
DEMOCRATIC GAIN IN KING'S COUNTY
Brooklyn, 10:40. Five hundred
districts, out of G47, give Flower
G 1,500; Fassett 48,300. On this
basis, Flower will have 16,500 plu
rality in Kings county, a gain of
DEMOCRATIC GAINS IN COUNTRY
New York, 10:30. Five hun
dred and two election districts out
side of New York and Kings county
give Flower 55,006; Fassett 57,567:
'IM 1. . .
1 ne same districts m 1888 gave
Hill G0,G49; Miller 69,899.
N. Y. CITY'S VOTE COMPLETE.
New York, Nov. 3. 11:45 p. m.
"cr a j iSew York city complete for Gover
nor Flower 145,998, Fassett 87,708.
Flowers plurality 58,290.
SAME OLD THING.
Watertown, N. Y. H. M. Cur
tis, Republican, is elected to Con
gress for 22d district. District is
DEMOCRATIC GAIN IN GREENE
New Y"ork State Executive
Chamber, Albany, lip m A dis
patch just received says Greene
county has gone Democratic by 240
plurality. Democratic gain of 313.
SIIEEIIAN RUNS "WITH THE TICKET.
New York. There is no marked
difference in the vote of New York
City for Governor and Lieutenant
Governor upon either ticket.
LARGE DEMOCRATIC GAINS.
New York, Nov. 3. 11:40 p.m.
Six hundred and thirty-six election
districts outside of New York and
Brooklyn give Flower 71,H55;
Fassett 7G,592; a net Democratic
gain of 7,353.
New York, 11:55 p. m. Wayne
county (New York) gives Fassett
1,750 majority; a Demociatic gain
Albany, N. Y., Nov. 3.
Ed. Chambers Smith, Cttm'ti N. C.
Stale Ex. Com., Raleigh, N. C:
We have carried the State by a
David B. Hill.
FLOWER'S MAJORITY" IN KING'S
New York, Nov. 3. A World
bulletin gives Flowers a plurality
of 15,000 in King's county.
HAMILTON FISH DEFEATED.
New York, Nov. 3. Returns
indicate the defeat of Hamilton
Fish, Republican, for the assembly.
FLOWER'S ELECTION CONCEDED.
New York, Nov. 4, 1:25 a. m.
The Press bulletin says the Repub
lican State committee concedes
EVEN THE TRIBUNE ADMITS IT.
New York, Nov. 4, 1:40 a. m.
The Tribune says Flower's plural
ity in the State is estimated at 15,-
IT MAY REACH 25,000.
New York, Nov. 3, 1:40 a. m.
The city press association says
Flower's majority in the State will
be about 25,000.
A DEMOCRATIC MAYOR IN BROOKLYN.
Brooklyn, Nov. 3, 1:45 a. m.
Body, Democrat for Mayor, is elect
ed by about 10,000 majority.
Huron. S. D.. Nov. 3. Returns
from fifty precincts show that Jolly
Republican, for Congress, leads both
of his competitors Woods, Uemo
crat, and Smith, Independent,
will probably be elected. ,
Election for State Officers and Legisla
ture Which Elects U . S. Senators.
Cleveland, O., Nov. 3. Ninety
per cent, of the vote was cast by 2
p. m. So far as estimate can go,
McKinley is conceded in Tioga
county by 4,000 plurality, a heavy
gain over 1889.
THE PEOPLE'S PARTY NOT IN IT.
The People's party vote is not
. At! Campbell's Home.
Hamilton, O., Nov. 3. A full
vote is being polled in this city.
The: Democrats claim that in the 4ih
ward, where Campbell lives, he will
make a gain of 150 votes. Repub
licans concede Butler county to the
Democrats by a plurality of 3,000
Some bets are being made tl.at it
will go 3,200. lt is almost certain
that Campbell will not carry the
county by as large a majority as he
did two years ago.
PARTIAL RETURNS FROM CINCINNATI
Cincinnati, Nov. 3. Certain
precincts give McKinley 4.089;
Campbell 3,050. The same in 1889
gave Ryan, Republican, 3,928;
Cromby, Democrat, 2,839.
9,309, a net Republican gain of 825.
TIIE GLOBE'S BULLETIN.
Boston, Mass., Nov. 3, 1 1 p. m.
The Globe estimates Russell's ma
jority in Boston at 12,000.
RUSSELL SEEMS TO BE ELECTED.
Boston, Mass., Nov. 3, 10:30
p. m. The Globe says Russell and
I Allen will come to Boston about
even, and that Russell is elected by
about the plurality which Boston
gives him, which is not far from
SMALL REPUBLICAN GAIN.
Boston, Nov. 3. Sixty towns
give Allen, Republican, 9,292 Rus
sell, Democrat, 6,640, net Repub
lican gain 564.
Norfolk, Va., Nov. 3. No op
position to Democratic ticket. Mal-
lett and Cook received complimen
tary vote 2,440 votes.
Richmond, Va., Nov. 3. Prince
Edward county votes solid for
Democratic Senators and elects
members to the lower house by a
majority of 250, a gain of over 200.
Edward's, Alliance Democrat, elect
ed without opposition from Smythe
and Bland counties.
DEMOCRATS CARRY LEGISLATURE.
Richmond, Va., Nov. 4, 1:30
a. m. Of 19 State Senators, the
Democrats have certainly elected
12. 01 the 100 members of tne
House, the Democrats have elected
70. The regular Democrats are
defeated in Matthews and Middle-
RUSSELL'S ELECTION CONCEDED.
Boston, Nov. 4, 1:30 a. m. The sex by the Alliance candidates.
Journal concedes the re-election of
Russell by 1,500 plurality.
Des Moines, Nov. 3. At the
State election to-day the voting
was for Governor, Lieutenant Gov-
ernor, a Judge ot t tie Minreme
Court, a Superintendent of Public
Instruction, a Railroad Commis-
Republican standard bearer is Geo. noner, thirty-one Senators and one
M. Gregg, an officer in ihe regular hundred Representatives. These
W . I' . A ll f ll 1 1 1
army, tlis opponent tor the An- were me lour uckcis in ine new
ditor-Generalship is Robert T. the Republicans, Democrats,
Wright, a wealthy corporation he 1 eople s and Prohibition. The
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11AKKISUURG, I a., iOV. O. 1 ne
contest in this State is for Auditor
General and State Treasurer. The
Columbus, Ohio. There are
2,677 voting precincts in Ohio, and
if the present ratio is maintained,
a gam 01 six to i precinct, lucivin-
ley will be elected by nearly 26,
00 . Returns coming in slow.
Cincinnati, O., Nov. 3. One
hundred and fifteen precincts in
Ohio, outside of Cincinnati, give
McKinley 2,075, Campbell 1,325.
The same in 1888 gave Ryan 1,967,
RETURNS COMING IN SLOWLY".
Cincinnati, O., Nov. 3. Owing
to the Australian ballot law, returns
are coming in slowly.
CHURMAN HAHN S YS IT IS 19,000
Columbus, O., Nov. 4, 2:30 a.m.
Chairman Halm has been present
at Republican headquarters during
the entire evening and has had his
clerks hard at work figuring up on
every return that came in. He said
to-night at 11 o'clock: "I have not
the slightest reason to change my
estimate of Ohio going Republican
by at least, 19,000. Every return
strengthens my belief. I lay claim to
the Legislature and three closeDemo
cratic .counties, Hardin, Hancock
and Paulding, which have hereto
fore been Democratic, and which I
held in doubt, have been won by
the Republican candidates for the
Legislature. The entire Republi
can ticket will be elected."
DEMOCRATS GIVE IT UP.
Immediately afterward the Denao
cratic committee room was visited.
Chairman Neal said: Everything
temperance question entered largely
into the campaign Governor Hor-
ace Boies, the Democratic can
didate for re-election, fav
oring the modification of the pres
ent law, while H. G. Wheeler, Re
publican candidate for Governor,
insists that the law f-hall remain and
be enforced. The other guberna
torial candidates were G. West fall,
Auditor People's party, and Isaac Gibson,
"v-v lav i . rm . t
a JJemo- rrolii unionist. 1 he candidates lor
Lieutenant Governor were S. II.
Beston, the present incumbent, and
G Van Houston, Republican. Kin-
Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 3. The
chairman of the Cumberland couu
ty Democratic Committee estimates
a Democratic majority of l,25o in
that county as against a Demo
cratic majority of 552 in 1889.
Pike County, Pa., Nov. 3
Wright, Democrat, for
General, 550 plurality,
craticgainof 128; Tilden, Demo
crat, for State Treasurer, GOO plu
rality; democratic gain 178J
Philadelphia. Pa., Nov. 3. Sny
R bl ran m:
. j B . r
jority for State Treasurer, estimat- oui,ltu UUIU
nev, Democrat and JSilas M. Wea
ver were candidates for Judge of
ed at 700; a gain of 180.
Topeka, Kan., Nov. 3. Nine
District Judges and a nu nber of
local officers were voted for in this
State to day. Interest in the elec
tion lay in the effort that was made
to break the strength of the Far"
mers' Allianceor the People's party,
which swept this State a year ago.
Topeka, Kan., Nov. 3. It was
raw and chilly all over Kansas to
day and a drizzling rain fell, caus
ing a lighter vote than would other
wise have been polled. Nine Dis
trict Judges wrere elected, and in
each of the courts the following
officials were chosen: Treasurer,
Clerk, Sheriff, Register of Deeds,
Surveyor, Coroner and one County
Commissioner. It will be difficult
to tell whether the Alliance has
fallen off or not, even after the full
returns are in from all the counties,
unless the victory is a sweeping
REPUBLICAN GAINS REPORTED.
Kansas City, Nov. 4, 1:30 a. m.
Returns are slow coming in from
Kansas owing to wire service. Re
ports received so far show Republi
can gains everywhere.
Des Moines, Iowa, Nov. 3. The
vote in Iowa was very heavy, one
precinct in Ottawa gives Boies a
gin of 57, one in Des Moines,
Wheeler, Republican, gains 12 com
pared with 1888.
Baltimore, Nov. 3. The elec
tion in this State to day was for
Governor, Controller, Attorney
General and Clerk of Court of Ap
peals. The campaign has been a
lively one, with the main fight on
the Governorship. -The candidttes
were Frank Brown, Democrat,
Wm. J. Vannert, Republican, and
Edwin Iliggins, Prohibition, for
Governor. The candidates for other
offices were D. K.Smith, Democrat,
and John McDonald, Republican for
Comptroller, and John Pope, Demo
crat, and George M. Sharp, Repub
lican, for Attorney-General.
THE LEGISLATURE DEMOCRATIC.
Baltimore, Nov. 3. The Sun
says the Legislature remains Demo
cratic by 30 to 4 on joint ballot.
Brown, Democrat, for Governor, is
elected by a large majority.
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