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NORTH CAROLINA STRAIGHT AS A
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The Very Best kind of Reading for
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A. Arthur and the Bosses.
I Mecklenburg County.
The election returns from the county
indicate great Democratic gains, all the
county ticket, except McClintock, can
didate for Treasurer, bein elected by
majority ranging from 400 to 000. S. E
Belk elected by 144 majority.
Special to The Obsenrer.
A glorious victory here. The vote of
this township is: Bennett 453, Dockery
185; Payne 370; for the house, Liles
375, McRae 224. The judges have a ma
jority of 202 and the county tieket 210;
Dowd 447, Johnston 130. Ticket 300 to
Special to The Observer.
LUMBEItTON, Nov. 8. 3:38 p. m.
Robeson has gone Republican by at
least 150 majority. Five returns not
yet in. N.
Allendale. The Democratic State
ticket is elected by about 40 majority.
For Congress Tilniau's, Democrat, uia
jorty was about 250.
Maysville. Tlie election passed off
quietly. For Congress Mackey, white
ltepublican, received 200 and Lee, color
ed Republican, 137. Total vote cast
40ti. For Governor Thompson, Demo
crat, received 117 and AIcLaue, Green
backer. 1. For Lieut-Governor bhep
hard, Democrat, received 117 and Whit,
Greeubacner 1. Tlie Democratic legis
lative ticket received 109 votes to 3 for
the Greenback nominees.
Ciikstkk The vote at this precinct
was 359 for the Democratic nominees
lor Governor and Lieut-Governor,
against 35 for the Green backers. For
Congress Hemphill, Democrat, received
487 votes and Cash, Independent, 69.
Columbia. A lull Democratic vote
was polled in all the counties. Dibble,
Democrat, for Congress in the 1st dis
trict, is ahead in Orangeburg. In
Beaufort the Republicans largely re
frained from voting. In Sumter the
election was quiet, the Republicans not
voting with the Greeubackers. In
Darlington both parties polled a fair
vote, and Dargan, Democrat, for Con
giess in the Gth district, will have 300
majority, in Laurens the itepuoacans
did not vote at the State boxes and poll
ed a light congressional vote. In
Greenville the negroes voted with the
GreenOackers for Governor and Con
gressmen. In ttietown oi Georgetown
the Republicans voted almost unani
mously the Democratic State ticket.
At Blackville the Republicans polled
not more than i their usual vote. In
Columbia a very large Democratic vote
was polled in Ward No. 2, Thompson
received 354 votes and McLane 59. In
Ward No. 3 Thomuson 395. McLane 47.
Evine, Democrat, for Congress from
the 4th district, has a majority of 235 in
TCvw Yort.. Nov. 8. Brooklvn elects
4 Republican assemblymen and 8 Dem
ocratic, 10 Republican aldermen and 3
Democratic. The city and county tick
ets are generally Democratic by small
majorities, uieveiana nas aooui, ouu
majority in Auburn. This is the first
time the town has gone Democratic
in the State election since the organiza
tion of the Republican party.
The Times gives uieveiana s majori
ty at 171,000. The assembly will stand
80 Democrats and 48 Republicans, a
Democratic gain of 13; the Congres
sinnl rlelAo-Htinn will stand 19 Demo
crats and 15 Republicans, a Democratic
gain of 0. The Democrats nave un
doubtedly secured a considerable ma
jority in Congress. Our returns give
them 174 members against 150 Repub
lic&ns Miles Ross, Democratic candidate for
Congress in the Third New Jersey dis
trict, runs Dehina his ticKet ana nis de
feat is claimed by the Republicans.
. ... t i a itr
In the sixtn isew jersey uistnci, v.
TT V Fidler. Dpmocratic candidate for
Congress, is elected by 2.500 majority, a
Democratic gain or o.uuo.
Wm Walter Phelus. ReDUblican can
didate for Congress, is elected in the
Fifth New Jersey district. His major
ity is about 800.
New YoitK, JNOV. 8,-Among mem
bers in the present Congress, re-elected
from this State, are Hewitt, Cox,
Hutchins, and Belmont's majority is
put at 10,000. His majority in his own
rrmntv Suffolk, exceeds that in his en
tire district last time. Among Penn
sylvania members returned, are Kelly,
Curtin, and Kanaau, wnue ivepuoncau
iu twenty fifth district, is defeated by
Richmond, Nov. 8. Returns received
up to 11:30 pm, show that the vote
polled has not been as large as was ex
pected. Both Democrats and Republi
cans are making gains. The Demo
crats are hopeful of Massey's election.
Thftv hsiv a maioritv of 12.000 to over
come and if their gain3 continue as they
1 1 . )
have been coming iney win succeea.
They claim as certain the election of
tho fniinmino- ennffrfissmeii : Garrison
in the 1st district, Geo. D. Wise in the
3d, Tucker in the 6th, and uaroour m
the 8th. The coalitionists are jubilant
and claim the election of John S. Wise
for congressman-at-largeby from 15,000
to 20,000. They also claim six congress
men as follows: Mayo in the 1st dis
trict, Libby in the 2d, Hooper in the
4th, Sims in the 5th, Paul in the 7th,
and Bower in the 8th.
Norfolk, Nov. 8. This city gives
Marshall, Democrat, for Congress, 124
plurality, a gain of 508 over the May
election. Norfolk county gives GOO
Democratic gain over the Gubernator
ial election. Elizabeth City and coun
ty show a gain of 500 Democratic votes.
Gains are reported in all the counties
heard from. Massey, Democratic can
didate for Congressman-at-Large, runs
about 5 per cent behind the ticket. The
vote is believed to be close, and in best
informed circles it is thought that only
the official count will decide the re
Nashville, Nov. 8 The indications
nm thai-. wr is elected Governor bv a
considerable majority, over Hawkins,
republican. The entire Bate ticket is
elected in this city and the county.
The democratic Congressmen are elect
a a riiarrir. Warner, demo-
crat, is probably defeated by Tillman,
Independent democrat, in the 5th d lis-i.-
-cianHnn ia flriRfl and doubtful
between Dibrell and Prewhitt, republi
cans, in the 3rd district;, uemocrais
will have, probably, 85 out of the 130
members of the legislature.
Indianapolis, Nov. 8, 3 a. m. From
the most reliable information at this
hour the Congressional delegation will
stand as follows: First district, Klei
mer, Democrat; Second district, Cobb
Democrat; Third district. Stockslager
Democrat; Fourth district, Holmes'
Democrat; Fifth district, Matson.Dem
ocrat; Sixth district, Brown, Republi
can; Seventh district. Peele. Republi
can; Eighth district, doubtful; Ninth
district, doubtful; Tenth district, De
motte, Republican; Eleventh district
Steele, Republican; Twelfth district,
Dowrey. Democrat; Thirteenth dis
trict, Calkin?, Republican. The Demo
cratic gain of one Congressman is cer
tain and a gain of 3 is probable. Re
turns received show a decrease in the
vote of 8 per cent, and a probable Dem
ocratic majority on the State ticket of
1,500. Very few reliable returns have
been received from large cities.
Milwaukee, Nov. 8 Returns from
throughout the State indicate the elec
tion of five Republican's and four Dem
Reports indicate large Democratic
gains in every congressional district.
The chairman of the Democratic State
central commUtee claims 5 and proba
bly 0 out of QVongressmen, a Demo
cratic ain of 33or 4 congressmen. Re
publican advices concede Democratic
gains, but are silent on congressmen.
The election in this, the 4th district,
resulted in the election of P. Z. Deus
cher, Democrat, for Congress.
The following is the result in con
gressional districts in this State. 1st.
Williams, Republican, re-elected by
2,000 majority, Republican loss 500. 2d,
Sumner, Democrat, elected by 1,500
majority, Democratic loss 1,200. 3d,
Jones. Democrat, elected over Keyes
and Hazleton, two contesting Republi
can candidates, by 3,000 plurality, a
Democratic gain of 1,500. 4th. Deuster,
Democrat, re elected by 1,500 majority,
Democratic gain of 1,400. 5th, Rankin,
Democrat, elected by 4.000 majority, a
Democratic gain of 1,500. 6th district,
Guenther, Republican, re-elected by
800 majority, Democratic gain 700. 7th
district, Butt, Republican, elected by
1,000 majority, Democratic gain 3,000.
8th, Price, Republican, 1,000 majority,
Republican gain 5.500. 9th, Stephen
son, Republican, elected by 1,000 ma
jority, Democratic gain 700. "
Jackson, Nov 8. Congressional
election returns are very meagre, but
arre suflicient to insure the election of
Muldrow, Money, Singleton and Barks
dale, Democrats, whose majorities are
large in every county heard from.
Partial returns from five counties give
Chalmers 1,000 majority over Manning,
Democrat. Carter, Republican, col
ored, in same district, is receiving but
few votes. Two counties give Jef
fords, Republican, a majority of 800
over Waddel, Democrat, tiix counties
give Lynch, Republican, a majority of
480 over Gov. Eaton, Democrat. The
Chairman of the Republican Commit
tee claims the election of Chalmers and
Jeffords, with a chance for Lynch.
Democratic chairman concedes noth
ing as yet.
Lexington, Nov. 8. James F. Clay,
Democrat, is elected to Congress from
the 2nd district; F A Robertson suc
ceeds Procter Knott. Albert S, Willis
is re-elected from the 5th district. John
G Carlisle fr'om the 0th and J C S
Blackburn from the 7th district. P B
Thomason, Democrat, is probably elec
ted from tbe 8th district, and General
Frank Wolfe is almost certainly elect
ed from the 11th district. Hatnell, dem
ocrat, in the 3rd district is probably
elected. The other districts have not
been heard from sufficiently to base an
estimate. The election in the 10th dis
trict is close, with the chances in favor
of Calbertson, republican.
New Orleans, Nov. 8 Associated
Press dispatches from various points in
this State, and special to Picayune and
Times-Democrat, indicates the election
of the entire Democratic Congressional
delegation, except in the 3rd district,
which is regarded as doubtful. In this
city Gen W J Behan for Mayor.and the
regular Democratic ticket, is elected by
from 4 to 5,000 majority over Indepen
dents. Siikevepout, Nov. 7 Very little in
terest has been taken in the election
here to day, and only about a quarter of
& vote was polled. There were no Re
publican candidates in the field. Blanch-
ard is elected to Congress, and Jones
for additional district Judge.
NOON. THE LATEST.
San Francisco, Nov. 8. The count
in this city up to midnight, being par
tial returns from all points, indicates
a majority for Stoneman of about ten
thousand on the total vote, and for
Blake. Republican, for Mayor of San
Francisco of about 7 thousahd. The.
Democratic city ticket, except Ma or,
is elected by varying majorities. There
are no returns yet on Congressmen.
San Francisco, Nov. 8. A despatch
from Seattle, Washington Territory,
claims the election of Brent, Republi
can, for delegate to Congress by 3,000
majority. Advices from Arizona state
that the vote was large throughout all
the Territory. The election of Ouray,
Democrat, for Congress is certain. The
Legislature is probably Democratic.
Boston, Nov. 8 The Republican
State ticket outside of Governor is 15,000
with nine towns to hear from. Butler's
purality for Governor is 13,658. The
congressional delegation stands 4 Demo
crats, again of 3, and 8 Republican?.
The Democratic split in the 7th district
lost the congressman from that district.
Boston, Nov. 8 The following is
the correct vote of Boston, Butler 30,
166 ; Bishop 16,873.
Concord, Nov. 7. One hundred and
forty towns heard from and these are
supposed to include most of the bad
places for Hale, except Somersworth
and Milford, leave him 1,000 majority
to overcome. It is impossible with so
many towns to hear from to state ab
solutely whether he is elected or not,
but he probably is by a small majority.
Should he fail of election there will be
no election by the people.
Hartford, Nov. 8. One hundred
and iiftv-three towns give Bulkley
51,501, Waller 50,138. In 1880 Bigelow
62,020, English 00,905; net Republican
loss, 6,280. This includes all but Llo
towns.which will not materially change
the result, except to slightly increase
the Democratic majority, which will be
about 5,000. The Legislature in Re vh
lican, Senate by 2 majority, Hon -epr
ably 15. For Congrets the majt.ri1
Eaton, Democrat, is about 750; Mi'.ch
ell, Democrat, 2nd district, nbout 1 500;
Sevmour, Democrat, 4th d -1 1 ict, ! t-
ably 5oO. The Republican n . tj rity for
Waiter, in the 3d district, - i rubably
Montgomery, Nov. 8. Returns in
dicate the electiou of all the Democrat
ic candidates for Congress, in this
Denver, Nov. 8 12.40 a m. At
Democratic headquarters the majority
for Grant, Democrat, for Governor, is
estimated at 3,000; for Wallace, Demo
crat, for Congress, at 1300. and election
of the entire Democratic State ticket is
claimed, with large gains in the Legis
lature. The House will be Demo
cratic, but whether the Democrats will
have a majority on joint ballot is un
CinoAcso, Nov. y. The Chairman of
the Republican State Committee says
P M Dunham, Republican, is elected to
Congress in the 14ili district, John F.
Finnerth, Independent, in tlie 22nd, Wm
C Kruffner, Republican, in the 18th,
over Wm R Morrison.
2:45 a. m. Never have returns been
so meagre and indecisive from Illinois
as in the present election. At this
hour intelligent judgment of the situ
ation is impossible. The Republican
State committee claim the entire State
by a majority in the neighborhood of
20,000. it will probably be some hours
before anything like an estimate of the
result can be made.
3:15 a. m. The Tribune estimates the
Republican Cook county tecket elected
by 5,000 majority. The Republicans
elect three out of four Congressmen in
Cook county and a majoritv of their
Kansas City. Nov. 8. Advices from
Kansas indicate the defeat of St John,
republican, for Governor, with the elec
tion of the remainder of the republican
ticket. In the 2nd district the result
for Congress is doubtful other dis
tricts and Congressmen at large will be
St Louis. John J O'Neil, democrat,
is elected to Congress from the 8th dis
trict of this city by a plurality of about
1,600. The 9th district is still undecided
as to the long term, but republicans
claim the election of Dr J H McLean
for both terms. Successful candidates
on the democratic city ticket have plu
ralities ranging from about one hun
dred to eight thousand and republicans
elected have pluralities of 680 and 1,692
St. Louis. Nov. 8. City returns indi
cate the election of the Democratic
ticket with the probable exception of
sheriff. Estimates of the districts, made
by the secretary of the Democratic
State committee, and others well posted
as to the situation, are as follows: 1st
Hatch, Democrat, about 3,000 majority.
2d, Alexander.Democrat, 3,000 majority.
3d, Dockery, Democrat, 2,500 majority.
4th, Burns, Democrat, 2,500 majority.
6th, Cosgrove, Democrat, about 4,000.
7th, Buckner, Democrat, had practi
cally no opposition and has probably
5,000 majority, llth. Bland, Democrat,
1,500 majority. 12th, Morgan, Demo
crat, 3,000 majority. The 13th district
is doubtful but the Democrats claim it.
notwithstanding that it is a Republican
district there is Greenback as well as
Republican and Democratic candidates
in the field, who will draw more from
the Republican than the Democratic
vote, and therefore the Democrats have
great hope of carrying the district. The
14th district gives Davis, Democratic,
4,000 majority. Democratic majority
on the State ticket estimated at 00,000.
Wilmington, Nov. 8 Nearly com
plete returns from Newcastle county
indicate a small Democratic majority.
Republicans concede the rem under of
the State and State ticket to the Demo
Topeka, Nov. 8. The vote is close.
The count is incomplete, but so far
progressed, Glick, Democrat, for Gov
ernor, is ahead. Both State Committees
are equally confident.
Baltimore, Nov. 8 Hoblitzell,
Democrat, is re-elected in the Third
Congressional district, and Findlay in
Talbott, Democrat, is elected to Con
gress from the Second district by 10,000
Baltimore. Democrats elect Cov
ington in the 1st Congressional district,
Talbot in the 2nd, Hoblitzell in the 3rd,
and Findlay in the 4th. Republicans
lindrtuhtedlv plppt MfHumaQ nvor fnnf-
gomery Blair in the 6th district, and a
large majority for Halton, Republican,
in Anne Arundal county ,in 5th district,
renders his election certain. There will
De again or one Republican member of
Congress in this State.
Des Moines. Nov. S midnight.
From returns received up to this hour,
the State Register puts the republican
majority in the State over democrats
at forty thousand and twenty thousand
over all, with 9 republicau Congress
men, certain, i arweu. republican is
defeated in the 2nd district and the 6th
district is close between Cutts, republi
can, and weaver. Greenbacker. with
chances in favor of Cutts. In this dis
trict Karson has a majority over all of
two thousand and a plurality of over
Detroit, Nov. 8. In the 1st district
Lord, Republican, is defeated by about
25,000 majority. The rest of the con
gressmen in the State will probably be
Republican, but in the 4th and 5th dis
tricts the contest is close. Begcle,
Democrat and Greenback, is probably
elected Governor by a small majority.
The rest of the State ticket is Republi
Omaha, Nov. 8. Woman suffrage
amendment defeated by 20.000 majority.
Returns indicate a Republican majori
ty of ten thousand on the State ticket,
and the probable election of three Re
Ciieyenne, Nov. 8. Post, democrat,
present delegate to Congress from Wy
oming, has been re-elected.
Philadelphia. Nov. S. Wm. D.
Kelly is re elected to Congress from the
Fourth district by a very heavy major
Randall is re-elected to Congress
from the Third district by 4,400 major
ity. Beavers' plurality in this city is 8,604
in a total vote of 146,975. The entire
Democratic state ticket is elected. Pat-
tison's plurality in 60 out of 67 coun
ties in the State is 27,000.
PniL'A The Press says the Pennsyl
vania delegation in the next Congress
will stand 16 republicans and 12 demo
crats. New Jersey.
Camden, Nov. 8. Returns from the
First Congressional district indicate the
defeat of ex-Secretary Robeson by 1,500
Little Rock.Nov. 8 Brecken ridge,
Democrat, for Congressman at Large,
is elected by a large majority. Dunn,
in the first, and Peel in the fourth dis
trict, both Democrats, were practically
unopposed. Jones in the second, and
Rogers in the third,are probably elected
by small majorities.
What the Times say About it.
New York. Nov. 7. To-morrow's
Tunes will say majority by which Mr.
Cleveland is elected Governor of this
State over J ubge Folger, is absolutely
unprecedented in the history of State
elections. In New York and King's
counties alone it is over 117,000 and the
votes of Queens, Suffolk and Rich
mond counties carry it to the neigh
borhood or 125,000. lhe indications
are that there is to be no offset against
this beyond Harlem river, but the ma
jority is to le increased rather than di
minished. Nothing approaching this
nas ever Deiore occurred in this State,
When Mr. Folger ran for office of
Chief Judge of Court of Appeals in
isso, ne proved to be an exceptionallv
strong candidate, bis maioiitv over
Rapallo was 44,160, while that of Gar-
Held over Hancock was onlv 21.133
Notwithstanding his popularity when
standing on bis own merits, only two
years ago, he nas been buried under an
adverse majority absolutely unparaJlel
led in the history of this or any other
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ottter house can offer the same Goods. We are now prepared to offer the largest ana kest assort
ed stcct of HEADY-MADK
in thU section. OUB Furnishing Goodi Department comprise the latest out, and we arc confident that
for beauty and novelty will compare with any In the South. The last but not least, our Eat Depart
ment, consists of only the latest out. and finest that could be found In the market. We have taken
special pride this season to secure such goods that cannot be found elsewhere. Our prices In each and
every department are Invariably bottom figures, and every article sold with our guarantee.
Thanking the public kindly ror past favors, and soliciting a share of your trade in the future,
we are Very Eespectf ully. . T Borwailgor fc 33ro.,
octl Leading Clothiers and Tailors.
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I NOW HAVE
The LARGEST and Prettiest Stock of
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET,
WHICH I INTEND TO SELL AT
All are invited to call and see my goods
and learn the Prices.
E M. ANDREWS,
Wholesale and Retail Furniture Dealer
in Style, Quality and Price of Goods,
Smith Building, East Trade Street.
Styles! Closest Prices!