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TELEGRAPHIC.
JJUX IX n.
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tiic- EC epu lili cusís no Claim
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C'ollc-Ke.
'v lork Ciives 25,000 Major
ity and l't'iiiisylvaniu
about 3O,00O.
California and cvai!a go to ttie
Democrat s. Tennessee .
State Ticket Eoibti'tiI.
Iowa, Kansas and Other West-
ern States Cáivo Iisitnense
Siajortties.
Cliicco. November 3. 1 he Inter -
Ocean's Washing ion i-p.-eial savs tii..
.... 1 .. 1 1 . ! í . : :
i i ;
congressional cootmitlue to-niühi, ;r .
e.hdm tot ni is 15a tli rciiisbiicui. no v.-
'U'l'- of tl.',: MC'V? 'ei:-'c wi:.-..'. i- ;
x:',' ; ;;n;iori". ol 1 ! if cl.M;.- Iv.'ú '
1 1 i' ' I:: ( 1 1 : i i i -1 i t Mil ii"'it'J.' i:
'üodj bu of títi.- hevicv!. í':"!''-.reñí-
woubt: they Jaim a i.;. ef :
vaeh i;. M 1. ebu-et t it'-.-':
Ní'iii) Caroiiiui, A !al.!-:iua. i.-'ui;.::
í.l títo-f . ''- Vir-.i;::. ;.:t i 1 ''!:!:
". aula. Xev Vork .Liu! í í'i::; '--" : 1
v TJjcy c.o.'ic(-iie !'-- ,
)! Nevada, ami . mIÜC.m ;.,
' (' t;i:!. tí f s' -t. e -- !. !H:t'''!'.
ot.-. 'J i-e iotuliii:' jcpi.íi -".:;í- c:n
!: have líoi'liia! io;i Uwo M'tíioii e
;U i , ; í 1C!H Í!l
Lhe -oi::U; a! the h
e offí'! üizat sou
m 1 ' 1 1; u' ' t ?' . ;
í f
e ii
roiicrale tlie hejo-e t
bul ciaiui it by .1 i-mal!
fli-patch received iroe:
..itii.r. A
no a;' . H ai-
ker, from New York savs ihc rcpiib-
licans chiini tlie house but Ihev have
not got it. We will have a lair v 01 k -
ing majority ; the democrats alMielaiui
the senate by a majority ol three; not-j Chairman Dmmim (1 "t!ed the conn
withstaudiug the dciuocrstlc claim, ! trv. !..c! the results decid; mi;- rc
however, the republicans seems to , -.eclive Hiles to fairness :íd e'cn-
have the house beyond a tpieslion by
a majority of at least 8, though the
senate is in gr at doubt. The demo
crats here, both foreign auJ domeslic
bear their defeat with great fortitude
in fact, as the result had been known
days. The democratic cougresiiomi
committee here shows conspicuous
absence of courage or confidence since
the defeat of the party in Indiana.
Before that nearly one hundred hands
had been employed in iolding and
sending out campaign documents but
after the Indiana disaster these hands
were discharged. Silence and gloom
has settled over what had been a hive
of industry, and it was plain to out
side observen that the democratic
backbone was broken. To-day, in
conversation the democrats were forc
ed confess that they were fairly beat
cu by the Oclobi gale. It was In
diana that defeated Hancock, said a
prominent democrat to-day; it was
the decision of the supreme court
making it. an October state that prov
ed our destruction. Amid the wreck
of all tlieir hopes t ho democrats insist '
that had Indiaua elected Landers in
October, Ilam-ock would have walked
into the white house in March.
In a private letter written before tin
Indiana election, Garfield said we had
lost Maine but we would carry In
diana. New York, Nov. 3. At Governor
Island yesterday afternoon the first
dispatch regarding the result wa
from Colorado, n follows:
Dythe eternal God Colorado w 1
surely go democratic.
Hancock returned to (ioveri.r
lsland ti-fUi 1 he cil a I six i.7h,c.
lie waiked in ii;s eiis'Oio:. ry i-h.y, .-, ,1 -
Up the SWMic -l'-l;- to ni;'.- b.l; lie
was in .'il ici- .1 1 -j mc! ;.- ej -
ped til" o '.' V. :..!(( -1
tin ml
''. le'-
band and '-en. ,T:d o:.-o .. bin. .m
favorable new-- ii.nt Ion', been rceei,
j'.ipeock retunivd the salüüdíoa v,
smile am! a ):.:. rt;. oiad.e
ü .He ! hands, be. -.M.i r- ;
!iie- ::ougraí u':d i'!i-, - c. ki:
;7Krc about ti.e :be. lorn iatei '
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t
icitve UNS'ioy . :
: :i',i'y v bo lent U-:
v ce r 'uuesied t i'm
bv ing them. ''!,..
v;bicd Tor f I'll,,; ')
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p:'c,si"i j.n
br ba l ; -- :
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li-.t i"'1 sj.ivi'eb
in tno j'ciierid t 10 tat iou
II uncock retired jo bi.nl, having given!
dereetions that he should not
Uwakencd on account oj any new
i Hint might be received.
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! New York, November S.-To-niaht
I the appended inessasre was sent lo
kieneral Garfield: "The Kcpublieans
: of New York City assembler in mass
meeting :U Chb-kci ing Hall send tlieir
most hearty congratulations 10 the
l'reiideut elect and assure him of a
handsome majority in the state, over
40.000. Dow i goes 329." From this
time the President elect felt moro
fiee to express himself. He said :
after one of the most favorable 'dis
patches : ''Gentlemen, this result
means three things, first, that the
American people believe in the Na
tionality of i ho Government, second,
,ll!,t ,llC' ,J(,5'iVV a good, h-nes,
and hesrit l:y uiianeial policy, and 1 turd,
they a'fe determined not to disgrace
lite sphere of American politic by
endorsing a campaign of personal
abuses ' s
! New Yolk. Novs ut!.-; r 3 - A -pec-
, al tr.m .u Ktoiy Or, . .rr
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2ÍEW YORK.
New York, Nov. 3. -Laical, returns
from New York oily 011 mayoralty:
it race, democrot, 98,051; Dowd, re
publican, . 718.
New York' November 3. The total
vole gives Grace 2910 majority for
n avor and Daeharly for register 8,
100. Ncva York City, Nov. 3. Presi
dential vote complete: Hancock 123,
102; Garfield 1,726. The Times
says that the republicans have carried
the state by 25,000 majority, and pub
lishes a table of ail the counties, show
ing Garlield's majorities 85,181, Han
cock's 59,946, a republican gain of
over 56.000. staled at 58,143. The
Times also uves a list of members
elected lo the 47th congress as ascer
tained and devides them politically as
follows: Popnblieaus 156, Demo
crats 132, G reenbitck 5.
The democrats claim thai it. is ut
terly impossibie for the parly to
gain general success iu the north with
1 solid south stone hanging to their
necks.
Now York, November 3. A news
paper extra insists that, Dowd
probably elected mayor of New Yolk
but this is slid doubtful.
New York, November 3. The Star
says general condemnation was ex
pressed by the democrats and i .crab
('publican in the seventh a.-seni!iy
district yesterday when ;u fbet be
came known 1 li.it Maj Gou. MeD .'v
1 II h 1 1 register, d i-d-ely and con-e
iinidlv had 1:0 r;gh' as ii-p.'i"or o
lb- la-;, i-1 r': !!; of (b - ; pi v, ; !
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COLORADO.
ivokomo, Col., Nv. 3. Oíiiic.ial
m.,j0,.pcs ;,fRo!Jn nn nre a f-,1-
,ows i!ani.()ck (1,,c,Jr;u ticket 118
' ! ' v '' ' ' , ,. "I '
Morrison, for e ingress, 121 ; Ilough,
for governor, 117; ifobiasou for Lícut.
ír.veror, 173; Unfeeg, lor secretary
of state, lió; Ilnll, for treasurer, 115 ;
Drey,, for auditor. 1H; Stulup, for at-
toi uey guncrul, 113; (Jrook, for super -
iutendent ofinstruction, 103; Mann,
for district'judge, 121.
Out ral City, Colo., Nov. 3 The
following is the official returns of
Central City, Gelpiu county : Total
vote cast, 825. Republican electors
297 majority; Delford, republican can
didato for congresf, 211 mjoiity;
Pitkin, for governor, 297 mnjority ;
liobinou, for secretary of stale, 302
majority. The bmance of the state
ticket received 302 republic '.n ma
jority. innniao, v or, ovemuer ó. 1 in
Trinidad, Col., November 3. I I
j 1 n" ""I precinct gives Ila-.cock a
maj rit v of seven! v-four ; .Mcrrisoii
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over '1 !k in, cip id u : Ije V' 1 - Í .
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lí.)b'Tl-'.li. b-fi 111 11 -d h'.i.'k c,- ii,u;, .
No. 2 was eU'ctcd. assi-tant clm-f.
(iolorado' Springs. Nov. 3. -Tins
county a - ar as iiearu iro.o gives Pit
kin a majority of 599aud the electoral
ticket 554. and Helm 438. Full re-
turns will give Pitkin 650; Cariieid
600, and Helm 500. Helm was scratch
ed because of some local rivalry. He
received al least 75 democratic votes
in this city, and had good faith been
. . . i. : , ..r ..l.i 1., t..-..
uepi ins majority wouiu nave .-ecu j
over 700.
t, i , v o 1 i
Pueblo. November 3. i he demo-.
. . , . , -1 . , . -i . 1 i ii, 11 1 i in i. . uui juitl il II- C'JIILIlt. I11C11.
ci'iitic electoral and state ticket, h.isi,,,, ,
dó majority iu this county, with the
exception of Hough, who has but live.
The entire democratic county ticket
is eh-cted by. an average of 100 votes.
Ilelurns from 77 cities and towns
and precincts ever half the slate find
including Denver and Leadvilie,
nea;ly complete give Garfield 3,011
nnjorietiy and Pitkin for governor
3,918; Del fast for congress is 600 or
700 ahead of Gariieul. Ail the strong
.emocratic counties have been heard
from excc)t one which may perhaps
decrease the above i'mures more than
the other portion. Denver gives Pit
kin over 900 majority and Garfield
500; t e legislature is three-fourths
republican.
IOWA.
Des Moines, la , Nov. 3. The con
test in the 8th districl has been per--istent
by the, greenback party
Choir candidate for president threw
his whole weight to t in- scab s am!
made thrie vi-'ds ami numerous
-peecl 1 c - iu ' iie .1 i .!-t 1 i e ! . i f. iMid vi
, if í 'i' I :a na. W' 11 1 twice UP , ,vn 'i-,r
'. he ilwtrh'!. T'ic fribe.o.-d y pub'teiiii
pec k I'-' W ")' ( ;.!..! ' fi ' .,' '
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Ríe I. -publica!, s curry till
,ho '"írressioiial districts, vgaming the
i Üth hy m:.Vr"5" 1'r t'l!
7th -bv íí.5"0 ibr Ka.
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MISSOURI.
i ' L'OJ1 '' .iinost competo
rc,urI,s "f h(i d,-v "arieock a
1 l:1"rf Crittenden, Dem -
1 '-'ra"c candidate lor governor, has a
! llllir;iüiy of 514, t;ml the remainder cl
j1'10 Hcki ts pluralities range from
o to MJ, except lor the secretary of
state, P.nuhvail, republican candidate
for thatoflice, received a plurality of
C3. 'the city part of the first con
gressional district give Fletcher, re-
be ..", í!i'.i.
public m. about 1800. The five conn- . , ' ' . ' . i '"' ?' "v" 1,1 ' n'1"1 'weu.y-e.K
lies outside oí the citv, belonging to '! a ! f " "! . ?' ".vns to h -.r from, v,, r
,. . . ' . this rute tlier will b- ju the ne;!i- .,.,1.1:,..,,, i-.m-ic ei, 1
this citv, will probablv give t lardv,
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democrat, a map. r.tv which, will elect
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iin by perhaps 2500. The 2d district
give Thomas Alien, morral , be.
t ween 2t!0'l and 3000 majority. The
3.1 district is very close and will pi-cb-
dilv ake the "(ljcitii 1- Mirns to -'!.:!
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cole. Í! !.- l;i,CS-.liie ,0 iiiako 1'! !.i-
blc eslimaics from ii;(.- ;,;c! Cm' :
repnblier.n gaitir r.ie f.Miad 0 a con
siderable extent in democratic slrou"
holds and vice versa. In the third
! Cf;ugre-iouid district Derry, demo
craf. is piobiiDly rc-elecled. in the
fourth district the race between
Pacheco and Leech is so close thai thej
outcome, allium at present be stated .j
Pa.e is re-elected in the second I
trict, which proves tli;:,( California
i will choose democratic electors and
lie.; resuti may i;e lairly atinldd- d.
to ihe influence oí the, .Morey letter,
at least that is the genera! belief ex
pressed. The republicans claim they
will at any rate get one elector, as
Judge Terry, on the democrat, ticket.!
is believed to- be very badly M - ratcb -
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San Francisco, November 3.--A lire
at Denecia last night destroyed two
brick buildings containing construc
tion department machinery and a bub
ef press belonging to the U.S. Ars
nel. The loss is estimated at $'200,
000. Since Monday 36 cases of small pox
have been discovered in the city and
taken to the pest house. The health
oflicer has been granted extraordinary
power.
IIiIiIKOIS.
Chicago, Nov. 3.- Síelnrns iroin
! low lis ami oréeme s m iiíumh-
outside of t he city of Chicago, gi 0 a!
republican g di) of 3029. This iudi
es that ( biilb'bi's pM.i'a ! i t ir- 1 bi
S'ü'e wili Ir- 15.0:i:i .' o,'c d ',;i'::
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hcie. t WiV í, 3, tjoí! :JéUiÍct;, x;
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K'f. 5; .',i.ne. i; M!;iMn'!.t.'c.i.t,
Mlcbiu'ilb '.' ''I.bl.e, 5, "eb!'l;'k!', .';
''''v; H.ur-p-bírc. Net Jcrsrv. í ;
Ni-v Y! k, 35; í i io íit;;ou , b;
l 'en;.- . i v;biv. V'.f; .Ü.ode I.-h'.i.d. 1 .
W'Mmod, ó; V
'c: n.i.;-!, ó; ,-1 p.-iii, 0; 'j'ob'il :
Hí.Uji.Me.--)', the ?u!j: S.lidji tdifi!
I.T; l" ".."--..-..- " ,- I "jj,
i liicnp', Nt.v. uAn-v -c:t rii!'
: rKunn 1-úu L.wa siiovv . net repub-
! licnn gain ovor the vote l.r gownier
' :.. iwr . i.,,,. i .- ti,. ,. .
j L' J 01 '".nt i. per cení. 1 lie ia-
tio hold good throng :t the Suue.
'.niniu b iuii.ih --t i.aiici-e. i -
83,327.
j Cljk.;),n, in 0(.lnb(n. ;!Ue, u,.,js
, October 3. lieturus
from 337 towns ami precincts ouMdo
oí Chicago and Cook county give
ner repuuiicaii gam o; ;''.;.s Imi'imo
ing Cook county to
io m.'t ivouo:
gaiuiu hc state so far as heard !".,
: i Ai .... i i i i .
is u 'cr -ioow, unu vu:c!i m.iKes uc ma
jority in that section of the sia';
U'liie1. Iin tieen licii d f'i'i. in Mini !.!..!.
, , , f A(V1 . . . ;', ; !"" ' ''"
j bornood of -to. 000 ntaj r.i v in '.he;,...,, 10...i
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Mate and u m,.v iu eoü.-td.T-ibb
ab'o e t hat iiu'i! 1 c
r-priii'.licli. 1 -.ii'. N cm
The li'cpuh! ic:ui ;i.ii in 11 .
On 1 " or i ti .mt, 'i ! le un c; , . ', .
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p. ray
v, :t: 1;
St.i.OOO. Total vote in this city : Gv
Ih'ld. 96,794: Hancock 75.067; 'eacr
261; Dow 45: republican plurality
20.727.
!M.'J.A.A
lndhn.ipoü-, iudi.-ma, Nove.uber 3.
-Ti,,) bulletin sliows ih-ii 699
v.-tieg places wbtcii ca-i nc rly 58 per
cent of the vote in (.)cie,!'..' i' -bto-, ;! n.
gaia of 505.
l.OUiüiüHií.
New Orleans. November 3. Con-
grcssman Ackler arrived from the j
third eoiigrcs.-io!i,'i! distj'ici tbis even-!
ing. lie concedes 1 l.o election oil
Fen-ell, republic-ill, by rom ibre- n.
four ihous.md lmjorily.
TENNES331;.
' A'ashville, Tenn., November;). The j
i ciiy and county are carried for Han-J
' ll .ijl .11 -T.. I
civ online ropuoiicaus carried Hie
ticket for governor and their cniirc
legislativo ticket. The result over
the state is still iu doubt bet ween
I Lin kins, the republican nominee for
;:' c"eor and Wright. The complet
ion (i the general a-,-emb!y is siil!
doubtful as between the dcrmcrals
and republicans, bul the repudiation ;
delegation in (he legi - i a ! 1 1 re v. 1 i ' b" i
i 1. significant .
COHKECTICUT.
I '.art ford, (Jounce, icu ! , Nowinb-.-r 3.
P. T. Carmtm, i-.-'p i'Diiean, : defeat
ed for sbco mí is a tor. The senate stan;!-
k;
epiibiicans end 5 ib no' ra; s.
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3ir.vV IVVMPSHIRIJ.
Grcco.-bt.ro. N. IJ.. Nov. mber .
i .;,,.) (s has been re-elected to Coti-re.-s
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