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OGDEN ''DjijLY COMMERCIAL. VOLUME IV. NUMBER 30. .viC.pabEX, , m UTAH, WEDNESDAY MORNING. NOVEM3ER 5. 1S90. Danville etta tLLt -. . iNr.rta ; stajurtty cf i3J Hum-- j & this city, Cannon boo, lor ehwiir, Storer, ipublican, cuiiua that bas majority w ill b liU. lit crrir bis own State central (uniaiiutw unrrt !ht prDciuci by t majority, which is nuucb advices ..how the liecomu larger than ever before givea to a Re private Lave oc earned the state by a rood ma publican raJxlMltl. lie mad n gain of three Li in Madiaoovuie, The Lincoln club jority. They erpt-- a definite from estimates Ryan s majority is Hamilton pocxrfM.ii.io. .Nothing Cuok COIiBtV. county at 7.UO. ChITaQO. NOV. 4. Mi.lrL-V-t Return. v. 4. A dupatrb rrom CutvELAMn, that ex Governor on the elate tkfcet are coming (n very Fostoria, Ohio, Pustor. Republican, is elected to con- slow. Only irht oouetMs in the state, exclusive of Cuok county, have hem gress in tb Eighth dwtnet by 400 beard from. These, on a vote at stats Chairman treasurer, give Ambrrm, Republican, a Cleveland, O, Nov. Wayne of the county Republican com- net plurality of 23J0 over Wilmn. 1W mittee, tolii that McKinley earned the orrmt. In the same counties two vmii uukty rive Rvaa lleun, IrfvuUtcan, i- t RETURNS FROM ALL OVER THE UNITED STATES. nu nn 4- - Not Much Definitely Settled But Democratic Gains Shown in Many county by 400 Campbell carried it one year ago by 930. Cincinnati, Nov. . One hundred and eigbtv three precincts in Hamiltoa Go. show Ryan. Republican, 29.951; Cromley, Democrat. 23,41ft 'ZM prociocU in Uhw out side of Hamiltoa county give Ryan a majority of 3.106. Cincinnati. Nov. 4-- 197 precincts in Hamilton county give Ryan.Republicau, n majority over Cromley of 907. Last year in the same precincts, Campbell had n majority over h onker at 7,057, show, ing a net republican gain of 364. The entire Republican ticket in Hamilton county is elected by majorities ranging Counties-Prohibit- ion from four to seven thousand. 470 precincts outade of Hamilton county give Rvan TillS; Cromlev, 70,071; Look wood SjSn. The same in 1889 gave Foraker, 73,520, Campbell, 75499; Helwig, 3,417. ColcmbcSj Nov. 4. At 10:45 p. m. Republican and Democratic state committees have no reliable returns from congressmen in Ohio except Cincinnati, where both Republican oougreeauien are elected. the law before the election. There were Toledo, Ohio, Nov. 4. Chay nea. DemS(mU! to Tn Counnu. to Congress in the ocrat, is Omaha, Neb, Nov. 4. Return, which a few serious misunderstandings. Many arrests have been made during Seventh Ohio district are ooming in very slowly, indicate the for illegal registration and the Canto. Ohio, Nov. . Thirteen64 preelection of Jaraee E. Boyd, Democratic votingdayand for destroying ballots. A cincts in .Stark county out of the give candidate for governor, with Luciui D. number of saloon keepers were arrested a gain for McKinley over 1889 of 545. Richards, Republican, second and John for keeping open too near the proximity McKinley 'sown ward complete is just Grants in. giving a gain of 385. This makes IL Powers, the Alliance candidate, third. of polling places. At Mayor the voting is proceeding rain 846 in fourteen of 74 pre headquarters . will is probOmaha an who man, in an intelligent manner with Boyd, cincts in Stark county, which went 1,100 thous-and At Mr. GofTs headquarters on the for Campbell last vear, ably go out of this city with ten 11 o'c'ock twenty-fiv- e voting was very Canton.O.,Nov. 4.-majority. Ricbarda has been badly contrary, it is said in many down town districts. of sixty-fou- r voting precincts of scratched throughout the state. This is backward It is estimated there that a full vote Stark county rive McKinley a net gain largely due to the vote polled by the could not be cast. O'Brien, Dillon and of 1,346 to overcome the plurality of Farmers' Alliance, which drew much other Irish leaders visited the several 1.031 in 1889. Tabernacle, where Major McK nley is surrounded by 500 eithti- more heavily from the Republican than polling places. Buffalo, Nov. 3. Returns from .western siastio citizens, with aa many more from the Democrat . ranks and to the New York counties indicate the election ouUide trying to got in, presents a scene prohibition agitation which gave the of the following candidates for congress: of enthusiasm unequalled even at any Democrat candidate many Thirty first district, J. V. Wadsworth, part of this most remarkable campain. votes. The Republican; Thirty-aecondistrict, D. The legislature will be Democratic by Republican N. Lockwood, Democrat; Thirty-thirmajority in both houses. in First contest the Congressional district, T. L. Bunting, Democrat; Colvmbcs, Ohio, Nov. 4. Donovan. district between Connell, Republican, probable. Thirty-fourt- h W. B. Democrat, is e e .ted over Urlgham. in district and Ryan, Democrat, is very close with Hooker. Republican. the sixth congressional district. In the New York. Nov. 4. Seven hundred second congressional dWtrict, Caldwell, chances in favor of ConnelL There is districts out of 947 Republican, is elected over Brown, Dem little doubt that McKeighan, the Demo- and eighteen election over Scott, ocrat. Democrat, Grant, give cratic and Alliance candidate in the "Fusion." for mayor. 17.100. , A dispatch from Maasillon, O.. at 3:30 Second has defeated Harlan, the Repub- Middlktown. N. i- - Nov. 4. Recent this morning gives the defeat of Mo-TX T, MWWWI a certain tr. KinlfY. lican. .Nominee jreeyyTp u uucnii, . ThTrrgatiOflfl are tba4feKyaaflpnDaiu oc rat is elected eongresaniaa Trom the a Third elected in the by veiy Fifteeenth district.' probably Illinois, Demo. small plurality over Thompson. New York, Nov. 4. The total city Nov. weather is unChicago, crat and Alliance. Prohibition is vote for mavor shows Grant js 114,425; brilliant and a largo vote is being polled. doubtedly snowed under by from 20,000 Scott, 91,058; scattering. 4.516. to 30,000 plurality. New York, Nov. 4. Eight hundred Many voters came w ith ballots already Omaha, Neb., Nov. 4. At 11 o'clock and ninetv-tw- o election districts show prepared. The ticket! are heavily returns from over tho state are too Soott 80,591, Grant 109,415. scratched. Everybody is at sea as to inassertion but bear to scarce positive Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 4. Daniel N. results. dicate the election of Boyd, Democrat, Lockwood, Democrat, has 3,145 majority Chicago, Nov. 4. The Illinois returns Demofor governor, the choice of three in the will be compared with the presidential over Williams, Republican, of cratic congressmen and the defeat vote of 1888, when Harrison's plurality nd congressional district. Twenty-sec- t prohibition. The majority against the was 22,000. Chairman Jones of the ReN. Y., Nov. 4. The elecKingston, latter will be 17,000 to 20,000. tion of Isaac N. Cox, Democrat, for publican state central committee, claims Congress in the Seventeenth distric is that all of the Republican congressmen Sew York. and couoeded by the Republicans by a ma- in the state have been that in the Eighteenth, "Morrison's" New York, Nov. 4. The polls opened jority of 750. New York, Nov. 4. Returns give the district Lindley, Republican and the at 6 o'clock this morning for the work of as reasonably certain congress- Farmers' Alliance will be elected over following An law. voting under the new ballot men elected in New York state: First, Foruian, Democrat the present incumunusually large number of workers wore James W. Covert, Democrat; second, bent The first result of the election to be about the polls, the People's Municipal Davis A. Boody, Democrat; third, Wilfor a certainty was the success known G. liam Wallace, fourth, of Republican; small a army League alone supplying M. Clancy, Democrat; fifth, Thomas of the proposition to increase the backJohn them. The politicians of every party F. Wagner, Democrat; sixth, J. R. Fel- ing of the World' Fair to ten and a half have made unusual efforts to get a full lows, Democrat; seventh, E. J. Dunphy, million dollars. The votoof the city vote early. The voting, in consequence Democrat; eighth, T. J. Campbell, Dem- was practically unanimous in favor of of the requirements of the new law, pro- ocrat; ninth, A. J. Cummings, Demo- adding to the fund already guarateoded, ceeded more slowly than usual, but with crat; tenth, F. B. Spinola, Democrat; $5,000,000, by the issue of city bonds a greater eleventh, J. D. Warner, Democrat; and by means of the South park bonds greater steadiness. At noon proportion of registered votes than cus- twelfth, R. P. Flower, Democrat; thir- a half million more. McLeandboro, 111., Nov. 4. Congresstomary at that hour had been cast The teenth, A. P. Fitch, Democrat; fournew ballot law did not seem to interfere teenth, W. G. Stahlnecker, Democrat man Williams, Democrat is reelected in tennineteenth district by 4,000 majority. to any extend with the voting in the Albat, N, Y., Nov. 4. From special theDanville, ement house districts. They all had r urns from all over the state to the Ills., Nov. 4. The Republibeen instructed in the use or the pasters J urnal, Republican, it it estimated that cans claim the election of Cannon to and far more of them than of the origi- ihe Republicans will have 71 members Congrese by 500 majority. The Democrats claim that the state is still in nal official ballots were used. In almost sure in the next assembly. E. J. Dunphy, Democrat, seventh dis doubt every district, however, some citizens lost votes through failure to comply trict Chicago, Nev. 4. Of twenty congreswith the provisions of the law within N. Y., Nov. 4. Tracey, Dem- sional districts in Illinois indications at Albany, the prescribed ten minutes. to congress in the 11 o'clock are that Congressmen Adams, ocrat, is New York, Nov. 4. From estimates nineteenth district by over 2,000 ma- Hopkins. Hitt Henderson, Hill and made between the number of votes cast jority. Payson, Republicans, are unquestionably as is also Powell, Republican. in several election districts, and the number of names on the registry list, it There ia not a great deal of doubt of the Ohio. , success of Foster, Republican, in the is thought the total vote polled will be Cincinnati, Nov. 4. With the excep- Tenth district In the Eleventh Conabout 228,000. The total number registion of a few saloon keepers who violated gressman Gest has been stubbornly tered was 245,164. New Yoek, Nov. 4 One hundred and the law of keeping their places open on contested by Cable, Democrat and the forty districts in the city give Grant election day, there were no arrests in the result is still in doubt Wike, Springer, Scott 11,892. On this basis Lane and Williams, Democrats, are re15,000. Grant's majority will.be over 12,000. city today en account of the election. elected, and indications point to the reFellows, Democrat, is elected to Con- Today's voting was a reflex of the digni- election of Smith. Republican, in the district and Herman, Demgress from the Sixth district by 6,000 fied calmness that has marked the con- twenty-nint- h duct of the campaign. Divisions among ocrat in the eighteenth. The sixteenth majority. New Yokk, Nov. 4. In 622 out of 947 Democrats caused by the abolish tnentof district ia still doubtful but Fithian election districts Grant's majority over the board of city improvements at the claims a In Chicago the Democrats still deny suggestion of Gov. Campbell has its efScott is 13,055 for mayor. New York, Nov. 4. Returns received fects in a general apathy among many of the election of Taylor in the first and at 8 p.m. indicate the election of the the usually roost active men in the Dem Mason in the third districts, but it seems entire Tammany ticket by a majority of ocratic party, so when the polls closed probable now that both of them are rethere was a general feeling that the Re- elected. The Democrats are claiming from 15,000 to 20,000. New York, Nov. 4. Grant's majority publicans had carried the county by a the defeat of Cannon, Republican, in the will certainly be 22,000; Gorman for good majority, that Storer, Republican, fifteenth district but the Republican sheriff, 10,000: Nicholls, district attorney, had defeated Ossgrave, in the first dis- state central committee still assert that by 500 majority. 20,000. The vote for the balance of the trict; and Caldwell, Republican, in the he is Chicago, Nov. 4, 12:30 a. m. Returns county officers will be very close, to that second district, been reelected by a large of Grant. The Tammany nominees for majority. The Democrats, however, do from doubtful senatorial districts of the and city court not concede the defeat of Ossgrave. state are so meagre that it is impossible supervisor, court judges Alliance, Ohio, Nov. 4. Indications to predict what the political complexjudges and city court will be elected by are that McKinley has made heavy gains. ion of the next general assembly will be. not lees than 20.000 majority. In several of the hotly contested disNew York, Nov. 4, 10 p. m. Tam- Stark county will give him a majority. Cincinnati, Nov. 4. One hundred and tricts indications point to the election many Hall has gained a decisive victory all along the line over the Republican nineteen precincts in Ohio, outside of of the Democratic candidates; but that and county Democracy fusion. Grant's Cincinnati, give Ryan 16,292; Ciomloy these gains w ill continue to such an exfall below 14,785; Lockard 881. tent as to give them control of the genmajority for mayor will likely All Tammany candidates foT Clncinnati, Nov. 4. 8:30 p. m. It is eral assembly on joint ballot does not 28,000. have an now claimed that Storer is electod in yet appear upon tho mejtgre returns. other county offices and judgesThe new the first district over Copgrove; CaldChicago, Nov. 4. One hundred preaverage majority of 20,000. ballot reform law worked smoothly as a well, Republican in the second district, cincts give Oilbert for sheriff 10,905; novel is elected by a heavy majority. Lawler, 12,435; Hutt Republican, for rule throughout the city, and the Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. 4. The indi- city treasurer, 8,211; Kern, 10,147; for conditions of the secret ballot did not have a pronounced effect on the vote of cations are that Johnson, the Democratic state treasurer, 89 precincts in the city for Congress in this district, give Amberg, liepublican, 8,742: Wilson, the lower districts which fomeispolitical candidate This largely is elected. n,2Cl. Democrat 10,178; Link.Prohib? prophets had anticipated. of "'ii to Cincinnati, Ohio, Nov. 4. One hunSpringfield, I1L, Nov. 4. A due to the energetic work both parties in educating voters in the intricacies of dred and ten precincts in Hamilton the State Register, Democratic, from Different Places. Both Parties Claiming Victory and Waiting for Beports From the Back Defeated in Nebraska McKinley Probably left. little-delay- d d two-thir- o . ago, when the vote was somewhat heavier. HarriaoB's nt nluralitw ri.t land was 5,080. ' Maryland. Balm no rz, Nov. 4. A disnatch to the Sua says that McClain, Democrat, will probably be elected in the Sixth He leads Mo- eofigreeMonal district tomas in the latter s own county by one hundred majority. Returns from the fifth dintrict show Urge ginj for Com p ton over Mudd, Republican. PRICE, FIVE CENTS. for an year. There is no trouble I aDywhxre. There was nuc! FpAk i cuctuMua the practice trial tA the Auktniiaa istem. KaxaAS City. Mo, Nov. L- Nearly f u! returns from this, county, ho a majority fur the DemorraUc ticket Tareoey, DtMwocrat candidAU for Cua The He great, raa abuad of hts publican committee conceded Tarsal election by 3.000. trt etu-ftaii- - Jat-kau- a tk-ke- luh. Salt Lake Crrr, Nov. 4.-- The dVl gate election rinsed off quietly. Caine Mormon, U elected over Goodwin, Liberal, by 3.000 to SAO major y. Wahtnjrton. Seattle, WaalO'ov. 4 The Republicans were so eonndeot of n sweeping victory today that many of them did not come out while the I VtuocraU worked most energetically. The result is thst there is couaidrabIed doubt tonight about the outcome of the election, although Republicans claim a majority of egklative eeatn and local offiowa. The Democrats are jubilant and confident of large gains in the legislature. Wilson. Republican, is probably elected to congress, though by a reduced majority. South Carolina. id the excitemetit on the tfct and : mgretiwknal dktriel, a bitter fiht l be permanent capital brvght cut every ote poaNble. Lat fall, the hrtt tuU lerttoo, the total vote was over 77AJU, ad that will probably be found to have, 'jeen exceeded whan all returns are in The lUkcertaiiity of the al Uance vote makes an early eetimate aa Mt the result unreliable. onht Pennsylvania. PmxBi Rc, Nov. 4. At I p. m. Senator Quay telegraphs bk belief that D!a-xiateRepublican, will Lave a xuajority i,0Uu in theaute. j Hackisui'so, Nov. 4.-- 2 tie governor ia probably elected by a good majority. Philadelphia, Nov. 4. Report from i majority of counties which have been turned in up to midnight show largw LVnior ratio gains. Thirty five eountiee including Allegheny, and not including Iliiladflphia give Pattisonanet plurality of i 5. He has made large game even in counties w here the Republican tkket is succeesfuL The repablicaa committee however insist that their tk ket is elected by a reduced majority. It is announced in the utestdiepaiche that Pattiaon, Demorrat elected governor of Pennsylvania. r. Iowa. Returns from various eonfreeaional Nov. 4. Election returns Dm Moines, w Hampshire. district indicates that the regular Dem- in Iowa a net Republican gain on ocratic candidates had a walkover, ex- the stateshow N. . Concord, 530 IL, Nov. 4. The indicaaa ticket of compared with cept in the seventh dint riot, where the last year's vote on governor. 9 The tions at m. are that there ia no M p. contest between Elliott Democrat and and Democrate are both choice of governor by the people of the Miner, nepuuiMan, is close. claiming the election of their state late, that McKinley, Democrat is setickets. lected to congress in the first district, WirironKin. Dim Moinem, Nov. re- and the second district very close, the MiLWii KEE, Nov. 4. The day opened ceived up to midnight indicate a Repub chances favoring Moore, Republican. In on lican state the ticket oi seventy-thretowns the Democrats gain bright and from present indications from plurality 4.000 to 10,000. The Democrats in the house of repreWisconsin will exceed the heaviest vote claim the election of their state ticket sixteen members and at their headquarters in sentatives, she ever cast In this city the polling by 5,000 plurality. Returns so far re this city they claim that they have car ried it by a good majority. is proceeding quietly although it is ex- ceived are from towns and city wards. isiRMNoTON, ov. 4. Incomplete re Concord. N. H. Nov. 4. The Republipected some disturbances will occur iu turns great Democratic gains in cans concede the election of McKmney, the Polish wards before the day is over. the firstshow is district Democrat Seerley, Democrat to congress in the First The result in the state is a matter of probably eleoted by 500 majority over 700 plurality. Return from great doubt The ecclesiastical element Gear, Republican. towns give Tuttle, Ropubli seventy-fivhaving upset all calculations based on former elections. Perk, Democrat will can, for governor, 12,600: Am loin. Demturns e dia-trictb- y e Louirtlana. New Orleans. Nov. returns inJicate that Meyer, Democrat has de-- t jated War.nouth, Republican, for con gress in the First district by 2,000 majority, and Lagan, Democrat has defeated Coleman, Republican, in the SecLutheran bolt ond dint riot by 3,000. In other district Sixty-thre- e Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 4. w as no organized opposition to the in the state of there voting precincU Democrats. x Wisconsin, including thirty-siprecincU in the city of Milwaukee, show a net Michigan. Democratic gain of 3,480. John L MitDetroit, Nov. 4. Owing to the new chell, Democrat is undoubtedly elected to congress from the Fourth congres- election law which is in operation toda sional district for tho first time, roturns from all part MiLWAi kw, Nov. 4. In today's elec of the state are late and from man) tion the ttepuimcans lose ono congress- points it is announced that they will not man! Mitchell, Democrat beingelected be forthcoming till tomormw. Tlu in thin district, so far aa receded the gubernatorial candidates are making retiirra inilWte the election of .Cooper, a eiose run with chances ia favor of the Tti iiiMinw4i iiinill1 Xi jfrfKWgS he ia mr win. Democrat in the eecouu, TLaFoll ning behind the ritofTtrt! ftnvut fTUiw ette, republican in tho third, Mitchell, the Democratic committee it is learned Democrat in the fourth, Hricner, Dem- that their candidate for governor hat ocrat i the fifth, Clark, Republican, in made big inroads into some o! The the sixth. Thomas, Republican, in the the Republican strongholds. eighth, and .Uaugen, RepublicM! in Democrat are claiming the first conthe ninth. gressional district sure, and fifth, sixth, The Democrats claim the election of seventh and tenth doubtful. Peck and the entire Democratic state Grand Rapids, Mich., Nov. 4. Close estimate have pluced Ford's, Democrat ticket but tho returns are meagre to warrant the claim and Repub- majority in the city at 2,000. The licans think Hoard is Massachusetts. legislature is Republican and Spooner will be 4. Twenty-fivNov. towns in Boston, Milwaukee, Nov. 4. When the polls closed at 6:40 this afternoon, the most Massachusetts give Blackmer, Prohibillrac-ketRepublican, 3,430; unique and exciting political struggle in tion, 348; the history of the city came to an end. Russell, Democrat, 2,427. Brackett's The feature of the day was the activity not gain over last year is 53. towns in Boston, Nov. 4. Seventy-fivof the Catholic and Lutheran clergy in marshalling their forces against the Masanchnpctts and 200 out of 205 preBennett school law. At tho polling cincts of Boston, give for governor: booth at the corner of GreenbiiRh and Blackner, Prohibition, 3,058; Brackctt Mitchell strecta on the south side, al- Republican, 33,862; Russell, Democrat, most in. the shadow of the Stanislaus 44,250. Ruesell's plurality, 10m If Catholic church, two Polish priedts Russell continues to train on Brackett busied themselves in seeing that each in the state outside of Boston as he has of their countrymen voted and examined so far, he is elected governor by at least the ballots, to make sure that they 5,000 plurality. The Democrats have were casting against tho little school gained two congressmen at leapt Boston, Nov. 4. Sixty towns in house. Father Crucza wan the busiest show a net gain for His church ia outside the city in the Massachusetts town of Lake and he stated triumph- Russell, Democrat, of 679. If this conis elected. antly to a friend that when ho left the tinues Bunnell Nov. 4. At 11-Boston, p. m. Conlocated in bis church is which precinct in the there had been only one or two repub- gressman Lodgo is licans votes cast ''against one hundred Sixth congressional district Boston, Nov. 4. From gains on the democrats. vote so far the indications are that Russell, Democrat for governor, will be Arkansas. elected by 5,000 plurality. The Demotwo congressmen. Little Rock, Ark., Nov. 4. Informa- crats have gained Boston, Nov. 4. The vote of Boston tion is received at Republican headcomplete gives Russell, Democrat quarters here of trouble at Pine Bluff, in 32,986; Bracket, 19,876; Blackmer, which a deputy sheriff shot a policeman Russell's plurality is 1.654. and an indiscriminate exchange of shots 13.110, a Democratic net gain of 7,650. between Republicans and Democrats fol- The democrats claim the state by 10,000 and the Republican state comlowed, in which two other parties wore pluralityconcede Ruseell's election. wounded. All is now quiet with a favor- mittee t towns in the Ninth disTwenty-eifehable outlook for the Republicans. for connress trict give Candler, Republielec4 The Nov. Little Rock, Ark., tion was without incident here. Terry, can, 7,423; W illiams, Democrat, 7,375. towns are expected to Democrat 8 running 1,385 to 1,143 for The remaining elect Williams. Harrison. Little Rock, Ark., Nov. 4. If proVirginia. portionate gains for Breckinridge continue at the rate the have been coming W- - Va., Nov. 4. The inCharleston, his majority will be 1,200 to 1,500. to a Democratic victory dications point Pine Blcfp, Ark., Nov. 4. This after in tho and senatorial discongressional noon, a negro named Hancock, who was tricts. The Democrats made large gains working for the Langley ticket, got into in the but the result a quarrel with Jim Jorrs, colored, who will notcityboand county known until todefinitely Policeman morrow. supported Breckinridge. Learning, a white man, told him to be Richmond, Nov. 4. Wise, Ruckor and quiet As he did, Hancock put a pistol Lester, Democratic congressmen are fired. stomach and against Learning's The officer fell and Hancock fled, but from Richmond, Na., Nov. before doing so, fired into the crowd, diBtrict in the state Congressional every wounding two others, though not ser- whore there is contents show Democratic iously. Learning's condition is critical. gains over the vote of 1888. Jones,inDemHancock was arrested. the is believed to be elected Little I4ock, Ark. Nov. 4. If the ocrat, First district, over Browne, Republican. proportionate gains for Breckenridge Edmunds, Democrat, in the Sixth, continue at the rate they have been Prohibition. O'Perrali, coming, his majority in Pope county Democrat in the Seventh, defeats Law-sowill be 1,200 to 1,500. Independent Republican. Le in the Eighth, rloft-iit--- Ilim.e, Independent Missouri. The i ont"l iu the Socoiid, Fourth and is still in doubt but the Demo-cr-- .; St. Locis, Nov. 4. Tc l..y o wu: a Vinh ' ; rlaitn them all. and clear. Repor' i from all cf the Dakota. twenty-eigh- t wardj u.dirato that the total vote w ill be large, some of the St. Pavl, Nov. 4. Today's election Wlers p'ac og itas high as Cf'.noo. Th throughout South Dakota ia very excitL""at is rvuring unusually Lgh ing and a full vote is being polled. Be- iC undoubtly carry Milwaukee city and But the county by a good majority. Republicans are hopeful that Democratic disaffection on account of the educational iiue added to the prohibition and labor support of the Bennett law will more than make up for the Catholic and atest t. e 10 Pro-hihi'io- : ocrat 13311; Fletcher, Inhibition, 371 Ions The republirn ret Concord, N. IL Nov. is 642. 4- .- Returns from 55 town jfive Tuttle, Republican, 8,H'J5; Amwien, iMMuocrat, y,i;a, notch, 241. The Republican net loss is 414. Ucncobd, X IL, Nov. 4. Returns from thirty town give Tuttle, Republioan, 4,257; Ambden, Iemocrat, 4,457; Fletcb-er- , Prohibition, 127. The liepublicou net loss is 82 from tho vote of 1888. Connecticut. Hartford, Conn., Nov. 4. Thirty four towns show a net Democratic gain on the state ticket of .'(83 votes. Hartord, Nov. 4. Fity towns gave the state ticket a net Democratic gam of 230. No change in the legislature. Hariwrd, Conn., Nov. 4-.- Later Eighty-tou- r towns (uo cities) show Mer-kin- , Republican, tor governor, about Wu . ahead of tho vote polled by Bulkley Republican, in 1888, and 4,000 ahead of his competitor Morria. The cities w ill put Morris ahead, but no choice by the people is at proeent probable. The is apparently Republican on a joint ballot. Colorado. 4. An unusually Nev. Denver, henry vote was cast hero, and throughout the state. Returns will be late as the polls closed ut 7 o'clock. At Democratic headquarters, everyone is jubilant, and Chairman Arbucklo claims the election of the entire ticket by 5,000. Chairman Ashley of the Republican committee, whi'e admitting the state treasurer, attorney general and superintendent of public instruction tuny be doubtful, in satisfied they will elect the remainder of the ticket including the legislature. . Sonth Carolina. S. C, Nov. 4. Scattering reports from every section of tho state indicate the election of Tillman for governor by 25,000 majority, and the entire regular Democratic state ticket by a large majority except in tho const counties, which have very large negro majorCoLUMRiA, ities. Chahlexton, S. C, Nov. 4. Tho total vote in the state will not exceed 150,000. Tillman is elected by not less than 25,000 majority. The election was absolutely devoid of incident or excitement tho negroes having no regular ticket in the field, for most of the party declined to choose between the Democrats. The vote in Charleston was the lightest ever known, the total being about LTiOQout of a total registered vote of about 10,000. Returns from the congressional districts are not yat complete, but fignros received appnrently assure the election of Democrats in all the districts except the seventh, where T. E. Miller, a colored Republican, will probably succeed. Tennessee. Mkmtiiis, Nov. 4. Dyer county gives the Democratic ticket a majority of This oounty in 1888 'gave Cleveland a majority of 188. The Dorch law loll tax registration hiis played havoc with the negro vote. 18,000. C&liforuia. San Francisco, Nov. 4. A close contest was made on several municipal offices and reports of trading and scratching were numerous. Notwithstanding tho fact that the election was complicated in this by the fact that a number of independent tickets are in the field, the principal ones of which aro the Reform Democrats and O'Donnoll ticket, the real contest is believed to be between the Democratic and Republican parties. The Republican state committee claims that Houk, Republictin, for Congress in the First District, will bo electod over Clunie, Democrat, Tho total registration in San Francisco this year was sixty thousand, which is twelve hundred more than the registration two years ago. San Fbancihoo, Nov. 4. Ninty seven precincts out of 310 In tho city of San Knincifloo show a Republican majoritr of 3,725.