Danbury Evening News - November 7, 1888 - Election Results.

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1888-11-07

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THE

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DAXBUKY, CONN., WEDNESDAY, KOVEM.I

VOL. 19, NO. 30.

From Onr Morning Edition

^RECORD OF1 -A.

The f ollowing is the v ote by t owns r

KEPt'BMCAiV T ICKET.

1st D. 2d D.
For President,
BenjarulD H arrison
For Governor,
Morgan G.
ttulkeley
For L ieut.-Governor,
i Samuel E. M erwin
For secretary or State,
R. Jay Walsb
For Treasurer,
E. Stevens Henry
For Comptroller,
Jobn B. WrtgllC

Total

1253

607

1946

1279

G52

1931

President. I Governor.

IN DA.NflTJ.B-?. |

i

How They Were Received.

Conne
For!

A t no t ime during D anbury's h istory
is it probable t hat so m uch interest has
PAIBFIBLP C OUNTY. ,
been m anifested Si the r esult of a presidential election.7 A lthough f ully as
1939
1SS4
655
much concern may have been f elt, it
{has not been shown.in so g reat a degree
194S
1283
660
Bridgeport ........... 4«61 4183! 9 24S494120
Danbury . .......... :10(>01946 12919671931)
I I n at li a it m any years. P erhaps it was
! 296
10, 298 463,
1940
1284
655
the u nusual facil'Qes for p resenting the
Hmokfleld
' i w 117; 1! 129 116l
Darten.
M5| 24-3| ..! 243, 240!
results t o the p ublic t hat occasioned t he
Ea-tnn
.,J 9T| 139| lj 98 13S|
1933
12TG
557
excitement.
^
Falrftelcl
' 425i 3<>8 ..! 425 398
For congre^B, 4th Dlst.
Greenwich
\' SJfi,
251 941 845
When the polls closed at five o'clock,
Frederick Miles
1289 656 1936 ilumlngton
322 439J 12 323 438
the vicinity of eaoi votlcg place was But t he
Vonroe
127:"125j fi 136 1*0
o 00 126
For senator, i cth Dlst
, 254: 31SJ ffl 269 310
crowded w ith peojjle, b ut the a pproachHenry < irofut
1321 700 2021 NewCaman
^ w falrfleld.
! 95, 70| s j 95 70
Elec
ing supper hour Caused a perpeptible
For Judge of Probate,
Newtown
'., 613; 213! fii 618 213
Norwalk
1590 1940 126 1B13 1913
1909
Howard W. Scott
12-15
C61
scattering, and from six to h alf past
Peddinff
132 195:
2! 132 193
For Representatives,
there were but fdjw persons watching TH3 CON
1<^9 313
: 191 9(19
Kidgeaeid
1918
Dwlgbt Rogers
1270
648
79 108:
(I 79 108]
Sherman
the n imble f ingered tellers, w ho were
14S3 150D 60 14K5 1502[
STAT
Cnrlatlan Q ulen..:
1222 621 1843 Sramford
left in comparative peace.
^i,' f iitf1
547 601
I 516 60S
^trarrord
s: in 150!
15G
I'rumbulL
Early in t ne evening the c rowds in
PROHIBITION TICKET.
West-OD
: H2 l ift. 9 82 lilt
these places began to increase, and at The Hartfo
475 301
IStD. 21 D. Total Westnorc
1S6 213
Wilton
half-past seven there was h ardly stand- lays "Clevela
For P resident,
I
leg r oom in either Ot-the poliiog places Harrison hae
I-ITCTtKIELU C OUNTY.
120
Clinton B. Fink
."3 83
44
191 809
1S9 313
Lltc&Qeld
At the first d istrict t he tellers occu- and three t ow
For G overnor,
Barkhamsted
1« 152
12S| 153
134
Hiram Camp
86
48
pied the stage, and the crowd was k ept
Bethlehem
i 71
70 79
No G
For Lleut.-Governor,
Brtdgewater.
121
at a r espectful d istance b y the o fficers
: 13i> 12S.
19i 130 127
" For G
135 Canaan
Nathan Babcoclc
L SG
49
present. Those engaged in tbe same Bulkeley overn
Coleorooi;
] 128 95 21 128, 96
For Secretary of State,
Cornwall
171 138! 1T4: 132:
occupation at the second d istrict occu12 98! &9
135 Gosnen .............. ! 99'
Theodore I. Pease
87
48
pied one of the little ante-rooms, where
HanvlDton .......... ' 78' 126. 36j 78j 134
For Treasurer.
Kent.
...........
: 161 160
3....I... i
they were well p ut of the way. The
GeorgeW.Kles
88
49
137
Morris
...............
! 95 59: 15 94' 65
result at this place, was of course ob- Total vote -New ITartrord ....... : 235 UO: 12 234' 308i
For comptroller,
Necessary to e
613
tained first, and the count was i mmedi135 N e w M l l f o r d ...... . 610, 4&4 10, 207 460!
Edward Manchester
87
48
163i
Nortn Canaan ...... ; 20Si 157 . .1
ately taken to tbe first district, where,
For Congress, 4 tu Dlst.
Norfolk
..............
• l lol 197- 18 III 197'
Plymontn .......... j 216 240: 65 218' 230:
when the latter -wai counted, the two £ First— W. E
151
Ellsba z. Ellis
100
51
13i>: 1I9
3 1321 1191
Roxbury
For Senator, 15th Dlat.
were a dded and t he t otal result a n- Rain.
; 41* 3521
Salisbury
............ 440 352.
William Wliumson
83
40
I2S
Second—W.
Sharon
.............. 306 ssi , . .., 308' 240!
nounced by Moderator Ryder.
THOmasi.on
.......... 584. 4 39!. . , 252| 428,
For J udge or Probate,
The l atter was not accomplished u ntil Third— Chae
400 1 675: 3-il 400 669!
...........
127
Benedict Starr
83
44
66 69!
Warren
............. 61 67
nearly 9 o'clock, but long b efore the Fourth—E,
For Kepresentatlvea,
wasbington ........ ism 1 192: 14 200 188 j
result or even of any portion of it was probably.
Watertown
........ 215 258. 20 214 256.
138
E.E WUOman
87
51
Wlncnester. ......... 626' 720' 46, 642, 697
presented in full, It was displayed In
137
Edmund A llen
86
51
WOOJlOliry
........... 183: 245! 43; 184I'.J45!
tabular f orm, t o those waiting in f ront
W1NDUAM COCNTT. I
1—Edward
of THE NEWS office.
Brootljn....
ISO; 153 33 158 153
THE N EWS was f ully one half h our in tonf, d. W
For J ndge of Probate.
AKhlO'd
..............
! 132! 110! 8' 130 109
2-8ilas
..........
advance of the official announcement. r, gain.
Scott r Taylor d Starr p Canterbury.............. :' 140; 117^ 15!: 129 113!
Chaplin
62: 80' 4 65 77!
3—Seorge
This was accomplished by tbe aid of reThe f amous I njunction t o v ote early Danbury
1909
1940
125 Kaetiord ............. i 80: 89 8! 79' 89!
4Hampton
...........
63' t* 4! 67 85'
porters, who as q uick as tbe columns of gain.Philip
6d
so
and often haa been observed in part, at New Fairfleld
UllUn«by ............ ' 477 696 401 483 684^
flgurts were added >jjr the tellers, trans
Iftast. by I Danbarians this year. T he Total
Halnneld ............ j 292, 43* 9l 294; 425]
3976
2c36
afnK.™.... ...... I SBt 1731
ferrBfl 'iZMia *ros"tii6rry8wit "Trote" "booKs fl,"~r"~
trettber was very favorable to the poll Taylor's majority 58.
tnaui. ............ j 405. 455: 20) 404: 452! M and despatched them to the o ffice by
0—George
of a large vote. There was s unlight
12! 40 71. 17
Scotland ............. ! 48,
gain.
10 messengers.
I'l; J J2I 11
early in t he morning, and a lot of fl«rcy
7—James G
111 217! 376
Thompson
220
Tuesday w as a b usy day in m any
T uesday
8—James K
cloud?, w ith occasional r ifts f or m ore
Vote for S enator.
65! 766! 805 J£
Wlndham
770
9—Stephen
24j 1541 322 34'places i n t own, a nd at not a few p oints
Woodstock
' 166
sunlight the rest of the lime. The inI5tn District.
don. d.
were displayed large placards a nnounc- 10-Nathan
NEW H AVEN C OUNTY
dications y esterday p ointed t o a day of
1888—,,—1886—,
New Haven
J9960 '556! 271i 322 7089 3821 ing t hat ihe e lection returns w ould be gain.
cold storra. The indications .made a
Bacon Palls
, 31 42! 41
11-R. N. P
posted d uring t he evening.
welcome mistake.
94 „
bahly).
a g rf a Bethany
Uranrord..'
j 476! 364
The p olling places in the two d istricts
THE NEWS made f ull preparations for 12—Becjam
IS 225! 225'
Cheshire
j 234( "
wera opened at 6 o'clock, the a ppointed
prtstnting t he l attst newi t o t hepublic. naan, r.
46 1635 1640i
Derby
1630 1G77.
§
105: 115!
East Haven
rOl 121
bour, a nd there w era voters a t b oth
Early in the day a h uge b ulletin board 13—Lymsn
3661 57 273' 361i
Gulldlord
14—IJavid
.....................
292 444 355 322 llamden
places ready and anxious to give in t hur Jethel
was erected in f ront of the office, and g ain.
27! 257i S5'
35S 363|
127 118, 119 104 Madison
Brooxneld ...
145 216 9!2149' 211
ballots.
2021 1278 1162
Manager W ightman, of the electric 15—Henry
Danbury
'2572 2231 ... 25S821S5!
136! 84 "118 Merlden
This Is a r emarkable e vent in the eleclight c ompany, placed in position a 1 C—Lucius
14[ 44! 701
: 44
44^1 2*2 330 Mlddlebury
17—John M
I 440 411 IS! 437 400 22 large arc l amp.
tion history of the t own. Carriages Hunt.lngton ......
126 122
1! Mllrord
Moaroe ...........
I S58
655' 534 ....
18—Joseph
6*
69: H4
were r un f rom t hat h our during t he New Falrfleld. . . .
!!4 119:
97 116
6
Meanwhile Manager A rc
1 9—I-aaoN
181 North B rftnfnrd.
213 .',14
Newtown ........
I 115 235:
11» 216| 50
rth H aven
day In p ursuit of voters who needed to Reddfng. .........
196: 130
179
20—Eiwin
: 391 404!
393 495! 26 were p lacing a s pecialwlpgraph line i n
1
103! 55 1 3 urtmEte
21-Gwrge
becarri d to the polls. The following Sherman .........
7( 113 108' - 7 ihe o ffice, a nd M anager H oyt h ad his
Oxrofd
'ii—V. Vmo
8! 43] 63! 8
figures s how t he l ively interest t aken Total
I <3
13678 3371,3003 26i8 Prospect
23—William
257
iS 226 «1 2J licercen a t w ork o n an t xtra t elephone.
Seymour
by voters in the present election :
' 142 149 ... 104' 1 47J..-.
Kouthbnry
Crofut, r, elected by 198 p lurality.
A* d ark t he c rowd began t o g i'her,
636! 542 57' 716, 5 /7! 39
At 8 o'clcck in the m orning 380 votes In ism cole's plurality was 315, m ajority orer
and b efore eight o'oloofc n ot on)y t he gain ('jiobati
water D ury
1:3263 2519 116:32152549 132
Republican
bad beeu deposited in the second district. all 69.
: 62!.... aidewalk, b ut t he r oad h alf w ay across
WaUolt
I 44: 51
Fifty-eight v otes were oast in the flrat
Woodbrldge
• b3 121
m;.... the s quare w as a masi o f h umanity Toe Coura
e'ght roiautes. by BO many man who
TIARTFOBD COONSY,'
loo r esults of one or two e mail neigh- At tbe last
were a nxious to be the first to vote.
Hantord ...
... 5743 5429 10556365595! 101
boring t owns were b ulletined a t first. press It appe
6
Avon
138
At the same hour In the first dis"«96;;263|
Beam
2-7
tilot there w ere "50 voles cast, or n early
Bioomneld
205 146 11 203) 149!

3,978 VOTES CAST

TOWNS.

HO CHOIC

THE VOTE IN FULL

SUNDERLAND AND ROGERS
REPRESENTATIVES,
CROFUT S ENATOR AND TAYLOR
JUDGE OF PROBATE.

At the Polls.

Harrison 1,946, Cleveland 1,900

I ii !

Coiwctat Goes For

I

For Jndjre of Probate.

Scott r Taylor d Starr p Canterbury
cnapllQ
1940
Kastford
Hampton
m
69
UimniJbY

The f amous i njunction t o v ote early Danbmr
and o ften haa been observed in p art, at New Kalrneld
least, by IDanbarlans this year. The Total
1978
weather was very f avorable to the poll Taylor's majority 58.
of a large v ote. There was s unlight
early in tbe m orning, and a l ot of flnecy
cloud*, w ith occasional r ifts f or m ore
Vote for S enator
sunlight t he rest o f tbe l ime. T he i n15th District,
dications y fcsterday p ointed t o a day of
cold B torra. The indications .made a
welcome m iatake.
The p olling places i n the two d istricts
were opened a t 6 o'clock, the a ppointed
hour, a nd t here w ere v oters a t b oth
Bethel
892
444 355
places ready and a oiiom to give i nth.ir Broonneld
127
11B 119
ballots.
Danbury
18*1 2021 1418
130 84
Eoston
j 98
This is a r emarkable e vent in the eleo- Hunt.ington
322 442 242
-tion history of tbe t own. Carriages Monroe
1ST
126 122
New F alrfleld.
94
68: 1(4
were r un f rom t hat h our d uring t be Newtown
615 213. .',14
day lu p ursuit of voters who needed to Redding
I 1S8 196! 180
I 79
105 55
be carrl d t o tbe polls. T he f ollowing Shermin
figures s how t he l ively I nterest t aken Total
[3678 3371,3003 26-.S
by v oters in the present election :
Crorut, r, elected by 108 plurality.
At 8 o'clock in the m orning 380 votes In 18H6 cole's plurality waa 315, m ajority o ver
bad beeu d eposited in the second d istrict. all 69.
Fifty-eight v otes were oast i n t he f l r at
«;ghs rcinutes, by so m any m en who
were a cxioua to be the first to vote.
At the same h our i n the first d istrict there were 750 votes cast, or nearly
double t he c ount i n the second d istrict
At 11 o'clock the n umber of v ote?
polled in the firat d istrict was 1,750. I
the second d istrict the n umber at 11
o'clock was 1,010.
From returns received last n ight w e
At 2 o'clock i n the a fternoon t here h ad
gave H irrisoii 60 679, and Cleveland 62,been 2,148 votes polled at the first district, a nd 1,290 at the second, a t otal of 699 v otes in C onnecticut, but f rom
vised r eturns t his f orenoon, C leveland
3,430 votes.

Ualnneld

Putnam

i 132

1 140

ooi I.TO; IM
81 130 1 !
0)
IN 129 l lSi
4 6.V 7 7J
' 79! 891

' 477 690; 40 483: 684! 40
284 i.':
9
i 43:i|
•SIMmf-WI
4IW- 41.5
404' 452; 24
48. 7
46 71 17
921 11
_J2 117
10
220i 359
217. 3761 11
770
766 803 63
156! 327
164' 8221 34

j

THE N EWS wa« lully one half h our In
advance ot tbe o fficial a nnouncement.
This waa s ccompUst*ed by tbe aid of reporters, wbo as q uick oa the c olumns of
agurts were added _>y the tellers, t ram

and despatched t iiem to the o ffice by
messengers.
Tuesday was a busy day in m any
Woodstock
places in t own, and at not a lew p oints
were displayed large p lacards a nnouncNEW H AVEN C OUNTY
i
10,-!
9960 7556. 271 322 7089|
New Haven
ing that ibe election returns would be
Bacon Fulls
-, ^i 4S|
posted d uring t he e vening.
lietbany
M «|
476' 36* -,0i 4MI 356]
Uranford
THE N EWS made f ull p reparations f or
234 2iK! 19' 225 22.",
Cheshire
1630 1677! 46 1035 1640
Derby
prtBfnting t helattst news to thepublic.
121
Si 106 115
East Haven
Early i n the day a h uge bulletin board
366, 57' 273 361
Guildrord
363 , 27,' 857. S57
was e rected in f ront of tne office, a nd
IJamden
1451 216! 0 2149 211
Madison
Manager W ightman, o f the e lectric
'25722231!.... 25SS 81SS
Merlden
441 70! 14 44 70
ligut c ompany, placed in position a
Mlddlcbury
Mllrord
4401 411! ]8 437 400
large arc l amp.
£58! 53^
' 553 584
Na'igutucK
04 119
6 ' 97 116
Norm R raniord
Meanwhile Msnsgsr A rnold's m en
115 835. 64! 119 216
North Haven
were p lacing a s peoialTelfgrapb l ine i n
391 464 26 393 4 961
uninge
108i
Oxrr.rd
7 113 108:
ihe office, a nd M anagtr H oyt h ad h is
43!
Prospect
i 43 '64!
Seymour
4J2: 28 226 4 411 - licencen a t.work o n an e xtra t elephone.
MM.... 104 1 471...
A'J dark the crowd began to g j'her,
542
716
Willlnsford
Waterbury
'32632519 116 3215 25491 132 and b efore e ight o 'clooK n ot o nly t he
Wttlrott
! 44; HI.... 45 62!
sidewalk, b ut t ho r oad h alf w ay across
Woodbrldge
:
b3 121J . ,; 66 121
tbe E quare was a mass of h umanity
BARTFOED COUNTY.!
Fno r esults o f o ue o r two E mail n efgtHarllord . ..
... 5743JS4S9; 106 5636 5595
iioriug t owns were bulletined a t flist,
Avon
................ 138 117'
i76i 22: 296i 263!
Be: Uo
...............
und a ll w ere received w ith o vations.bui
Biooinrleld
.......... 205 140' Hi 203! 149!
when t he local r reuit was placed b sfore
Bristol
.............. 75) 782! 60! 7-4' 771
B"rll"gton .......... 103 09, 7 163 96
the w aiting m ultitude, t he s hout t hai
Canton
............ 268 2'J3; 7 272 282
went up c ould h ave b*:en h eard at the
East G rinb.- ........ 111' 87: ...i 111! 86
East Ilaittord ....... 417 495
Ne» York a nd X nw England s tation.
f. S Hii 321
East W indsor.' . .... 314 334
The people o oniiijUed t o fluCtt a round
536 184 75 526' 729
24C S3o 15 244' 332
the v icinity, a nd at n ine o'clock t here
45 • 43ti . 30' 4 59i 429
(ila3!onoury
were full} 2 MO people in f ront ol this
14'J l>0i 141 150, 195
GritnDy
Hartland
office. I t w aa e xpected that as t he b cur
Manchester
grew l ate t he c rowd w ould i hin out, b ut
Manboroi

Scotland
S'erllDg
Thompson
Wlndham

! ConnectaiteFor
Cleveland,

mi a

has A SEQall p luiality in the state.—£Ei>
the first d istrict, and Samuel C. Hoyt NEWS
the first at t t t- second district.

Tbe Courant
At the last t
preea i t a ppear
aon a nd M ortoi
7,000 to 10,COo p
New Tons. It
the r epublicans
15 votes; N ew J
aectlcut w ith 6
in the electors
183. They c oul
nod still h ave 2
But, o utside of

crowd b ound t o leara s cmetbing. a nd as [ t h e r epublican
'fast as Operator"Sheldon c ouid.lake Wittrtbree to
down t he m ysterious d oto a nd d aahts. 'po, H arwintor
Q nt
s
THE SESTJLT.
the news w as spread o ut on t h e b oat d pre fl '<i4,729, ia :p i
la&d 7
and, placed under t ha glare of the pow to w r.H v ote as i
The polls closed at 5 o'clock, but there
etflll electric l ight. E veryihing was re- Oe412
iras no o pportunity to learn the r esult
ceived w ith a pplause, n o m atter w hich
•e ven in the general sense.
way it pointed, and each w ord was careTOLLANn COCNTT.
There were so many scratched tickets
fully scanned by h undreds of pairs of The vote was
Tollaod ... ,
I 130
H«-rison. 418
43
the true c ount could not be made
eyeSf a nd. b undrtdd Qf_j)airs o f l uugs irj,i36; M orri
BotMjn
' 69 62
shouted roars of approval." -"----— - rootifr" 298T't^ro
known.
Columbia
93, 85
c.-mntry
i 814. 231
Tbe streets-were~tn"ronged with peo
At eleven o'clriotr. the u proar had Taylor r epubli
Blllnffton...:
I 177i 133
- pie all the evening, 'all a nxious to k now
reached s uch a h eighthtnat it was j j.-.ti
BBFt
Mtnmeia".I.'.'.'!'.'.'."! )1* 'i'3 28 1561250; 28
Bow the election t urned o ut hei'e, b ut
129' 1 781....' .
.... to i mpossible t o s atisfy t he d emands o i For President, Be
FOIt <
cone being able to.
-tafford
. .1 4 -9< 4 1^!
' 4291 409'
the crowd. It was expected t hat ro.d" Fo<- Governor, Mo
Pnlon
' 50! 6 8 . . . . : 61; 57 12
Fourth District.
For Lleut.eni*nt-G
At 3:30 it was reported to THE NEWS
would s urely i lnre t he naultitufi*- For Secretary t f s
. ..
Vf-rnon
j 7^41 S*5
F.URFIELD COUNTY.
office t hat the first dis r iot gave 12 ma! 133 20 117 1331 19 homfl, b ut w hen t h« h nn.Is p ointed t o For Treasure r, (S.
WeUtngton .
For C
Miles, r Seymour, d Elllr, p
jority f or Hnrriaon ; b ut this w as s imtwelve, a.'id t be e lectric l ights w ent o ut ycr Romptroller. J
KBW L OXDOK C OCNTT
-presentitlv
3rldeeport4829
ply su e stimate.
V6W London
J1270 1201J 145M272 1197 1*5 n t i B s oul s tirred. As q uiclfly as p o-ti" por Seuator, H eor
D^nnury
151 N'drwIoU.
1891
. J2J412240 8821442231: 9 4
.for udge cf P'-ob
6 o'clock e verybody was c lamoring
4-2
296
16
ble order.. w«re g iveu l or the l ights f or For Jlepresenrattv
103!
2! 114 n il
2
l
119
128
1
for the n awtf, but no U bWs c ould be ob- >*rlen
III 274| Srtl 21 the r emainder of t he n ight, a nd a fter a
249
238
174 2 1»i
l; L - tne.
tained.
KasroD
1OT
98
brief interval, wtiiob wai supplied b j ?or Prestaent, Gii
' 56: 82!
06! 82i
Franklin ...
400
4St
There was a t "-tal of 3,978 votes in
1 torch l ight, t he electricity w as a gain i l>
«
245! 337!
Qrt-wold ...
633
042
?or L leuu-Goreroo
61S1 8U2|
617! 399.' 53
Jro-on .....
both d istricts, 2,433 of t he n umber be- Huotlngton..
444
318
, 329 2421 30 Ii9! 235 32 operation. At or.e o 'clock c nere w ert- For secretary cr s
Leban..u . . .
12rt
127
G
ing c<iet in tne first d istrict and 1,515 in
8! 136!
i 136! 1 2UJ
not less t ban 500 persons p atiently For Traasurer, J. N
7 Canaan
315
V66
?or Comptroller,
4! 861 62
the s ebaud district.
7 F alrfleld..., 71)
95
awaitinis the D i: t "bulletin," and at ^or M emoer of C o
.
,,
* 71 159; 102
m
215
Ifhr Senator, Alexa
The largest v ote p revious to t his was
. 1 «90. 2J8; 111 Ml 275
two o'clock some 3 0 remained.
1945
1496
for J udge or Proo
. ' 144! 2 371.... 1*144! 21:7
In 188t, w h f n 2,700 wore east. The v ote
191
ta
At three o 'clock t be stoops and d coi For Repreaentauve
. • 107, 1-12! 9 1D7| 131
311
I*
in 18eC was bi-iwuew 2,600 and 2 7JO.
. j 333[ 2S7! 9 t»'l\
PBOH
Sherman
103
79
ways In t he v icinity were black w ith
56! 83
2 5C 83
It was not t iuiil
o'clock t bat a oj I Stamford..'. _
1475
1517
B
Bleeping i uduviduals, w bo would rout" For Preslden, C. lra
619
?or Governor, H
511
/-real n ews was received, and the result Trumbull
lai
174
np a nd t tke In each n ew line, a nd d rop ForHeuteiiant Gf
"olunrown /. ...... -..
then In tnie t owu was as f ollows :

r SC
82
tiack again About this hour a d iutu For secretary o<ieo
: 310;
Vacerlora
301
For Treaaurer.
Westport
416
!>K1100KATII- TICKET.
Wilton
213
189
corps w as l Ubt-d u p f rom gomewbeie,
MIDDLESEX COCKTY. [
!
FO- CoTigrtt.srEn8
and w ith a n acpoirpaniameat o f tit For rhenator, WllU
______
1377;ia05i 62'13S41JS4
istD. SflD. Total
ll'i«
14342
H-dl»m
! 2S1 855. : *•», 244 .
horns,they;paraded u p and down I ht For liepretentaUv
For President,
42 229 18«!
UTCBFULD COCKTV.
•Graver Cleveland
1054 545 i900 LUeMeld
street ot the be«d of a h owling mob.
17! luO! 185
............
311
190
NEW
14! 126' 2-21!
Clinton ............ :
For Governor,
Barkham&ted— 158
shouting for each and ali candidates in
124
2: 180I 2lo|
Cromwell ...........
Cleveland, 1'5
87
71
" Luzon B. Morris
KMO
847 1907
urn and e ltoKettier. Daylight f ound » 95; M tlenVO; V
115]
10;
Durham ............
'Brldgewater...
45
121
Por'Lleiit.-Governor
- -331 17! 24,
123
crowd still in f ront of i be board, n od it Fred Q. K nupp
Canaan
130
Ksfiex
S17
-Joans. Kirkham........ 1067
846 IMS roleorooK.
98
IX!
wa. up to t h r> t ime of our going to pre;g. representative
— Klllmgwortn
Cornwall
: Por Secretary of state,"
";.; MiddieDeid.
T H K NEWS issued an extra at 0 o'clock
"i64
.' r ttrt U Ji-hrflrtl
Eenry A. Bislup......... low
838 isso Hartlnton
81
last ulgtit and s hortly after daylight
Ponlaod
For Treaaurer,
Kent
Saybrook.
this m orning.
Kotwlthstand
-.J. Griffin Martin
IOM . 845 1901 Morris
Weatbroi.4
110
New H artford....
The Democrat displsyedj»e results of election n ight i
: For Comptroller,
'(As
436
New Mliford
10
-':»i0l>0la8 StlUD.
1063 ' 843
180J
Lodge No, ^781
Korrh C anaan... 152
209
' '{ j
Pamela county, Jour years ago, gave Cleve- the election by means of/ast^reopt
205
91
Norfolk
For'Congress, 4th Disc.
on a Urge oa&yas placep on the f ront oi room las:, eve
212
ST40
Plymouth
Wart W. Seymour.... 1047 844. 1891 Eos bury.
^ i Middlesex county gave Blalne, la 1884, 487 tne building o pposite their o£H«;.
about t-eventy180
11
3
I plurality.
;. _Pur Senator, 16tn Dirt.
SttllBoury.
*13
feea and rec
|;" j Harttonl O JO_ity gave Blalne 270 plurality la Ttiti republicans htld - forth at the
243
Alexander Wlldman.... 1014
807 lest Sharon..
rink where ttte crowd .remained all for membersh
434
'-judge* i Probate, - .
. VV" ThomaBton
"as i Jn' if 84, New Baveci oouQty gave" ctovelana night, and the demooraM rt ad reralt* at
401:
'>'orrtngtoD.
«65
in this lod«e an
ft |*v6»» piaraiit.y-. _
-:
J.Howard Taylor...
109? 843 M40
M
; i Lltcbfleld county In 1884 gave Cleveland 470 their headquarters. Several private in- membcrBhip ar
Wismnyt^c , . . . . 199
sul
' Representatives,
jj IjplurfHity.
215
867.
If. W.Bunderlana....... 1107. 875 1983 Wawrt&wn
633
42 r Hew London couMj-Lfl 1884 gave Blal'.e 804dlvlduaie aiwi merchant* alto bulletined on throughout
Jamee a, Fa»lon,-...,... jj»i
ssj woi W<xxU>u_.y..V.'.Y.'. SU
the r emits IB part,
, •, '
Honor, J

THE FULL VOTE.

MOM ELECTED.

-'•'•

itILUil
tnurui stiuiuif Am IAILUK
JUDGE OF PROBATE.

George W .KIes..
For Comptroller,
Edward M anchester....
For Congress, 4tll Dlst,

At the Polls.

For Senator, istll D13t.
William W ilkinson
For Judge or Probate,

88

49

137

87

48

135

S3

40

123

86

51

137

For Kepresentatlves,

Harrison 1,946, Cleveland 1,900
1,900

Edmund Allen

Kenr,. . ..
Morris
New Hartford
NewMilford
Nortli Canaan
Norfolk
Roxbury
Salisbury
Thomaaion..
Torrlntrton
Washington.
Watertown
Wlncnester
wood bury



4
100
59 15 94 65
110 19 2S4 308
464 10. 613 460
157 .. . ' 2 0 7 163
19" 18 111 197
240 65 218 230
3 1321 119
119
35! . 4H5 Sit
231
308' 240
4»S
.. 252i 428
675 81, 400 669
67
3: 66 69
19S 14! 200 188
'«» 20 214 256
46 642 097
ISJ 245 43 184 '.246
161
95
235
610
209
111
216i
ISi
440
3(W
VS4.
400'
61
1!W'
215

WINDOAM CODNTT.

For J ndge of Probate.
Scott r Taylor a Starr p Chaplin

150:
13-2:
140|
62'
80i
6S
417
292,

153
111
117
80
88
b6
69C
43:

33
8
IS,
4
8
4
40
9
1 1»l
455 201
72 12
117 in
35S 11
660 65
327 24

158; 153
130! 109
129 113
65 77
79; 89
67 86
483. 684
254' 4i5
' gj'-ltt
404 452
46 71
M. 117
217' 376
766 805
164' 322

23
8
16
4
8

they were well out of the way. Tlie
result at t his place, wae of onune obtained f irst, and the .count was immediately taken to the first district, where,
when the latter ~wu counted, the two
were added and the total result announced by Moderator Ryder.
The latter waa not accomplished u ntil
nearly 9 o 'clofk, b ut l ong b efore t he
result or even of any portion of it waa
presented in full, It was displayed in
tabnlar form, to these w aiting in f ront
of T HE N EWS office.
THE N EWS was f ully one half h our In
advance o f the o fficial a nnouncement.
This was a ccomplished by tbe aid of reporters, who as q uick as the c olumns of
Sgurtg were added >y the tellers, trana

Andrews
Total vote
Ntcesaary to el
•First— W. E.
zain.
Second —W.E
Third— Chas.
Fourth— E-. ^
probably.
Sen
District.

forrf. d.
2-8ilas W. 1
r, g ain.
3— George V
4 -Philip O
gain.
5— Homer T

e early
The f a m o u s i njunction t o v ote early
part,
and o ften baa been observed in p art, at New Kalrfleld
69
90
40
miltneby
'
.
least, by :Danb»rlans this year, Tbe Total
Halnfleld
1978
2C36
d.
the
weather was vary favorable to the poll Taylor's majority 58.
405
24
6 — George J
of a large vote. There was s u n l i g h t
unlight
48
17 and d espatched them t o the o ffice b y
Scotland
gain.
10 messengers.
92
early in the m orning, and a lot of flnecy
f flnecy
7— James Gr
11
220:
Tuesday was a b usy d ay in m any
r
cloud?, w ith occasional r i f u f or m ore
8— James *f.
Vote for S enator.
65
770
156
34 places i n t own, a nd at not a few p oints
9— Stephen i
Woodstock .
sunlight t he rest o f the l ime. T he i nThe
15tn District.
were displayed large placards a nnounc- don. d .
dications y taterday p ointed t o a day of
day of
NBW H AVEN C OUNTY
10-Sathan I
r-1883—, r-1886—,
a %0 755C 271: 3227089 382 ing t hat i he election r eturns w ould b e gain.
cold storci. The i ndications .made a
lade
1
». I
'"_ New H aven
31 4-2
4
4 33 42
•a
•a Bacon Falls
welcome mistake.
11— R. N. Pdi
'.'4 «
3 96 39
S posted d uring t he evening.
bahlj).
476 361 10' 481' 355 1
1
Dran'ord..
istriel*
The p olling places In t be two d istricts
THE N EWS made f ull preparations f or 12-BeDjamii
234 2if
18 225 225 18
Cheshire
lointed
were o pened a r 6 o 'clock, t he a ppointed
Derby
1 630 107- 46 1635 1640 50 prtsinting t he l attst newi t otbepublic. naan, r.
101 12!
5 1061 115
7
it otb
hour, a nd t here w ere v oters a t b oth
13— L yman S
Gulldford
, 271 see ; 57 : 273 361 I 48 Early i n t he d ay a h uge b ulletin board
14—
in hiir
places ready and anxious to give in th
Ilimden
J 356 36: ! 27; 8571 357 34 was erected in f ront of the office, and gain. David M
145 2 H
9'2149 211 11
ballots.
Danbury
18-ii 2021 12TS U BS
Mertden
,'S 572 2231 .... 25SS2165 IS Manager W ightmsn, o f the e leeirlc 15— H enry Cr
93 136 84 I IS
he leeThis is a r emarkable e vent in the eleo- EastOD
44l 71 J 14' 44 70 11 lignt c ompany, placed i n p osition a
16— L ucius H
Mlddlcbiiry
rriages Monroe
4iO 4 11 19 437 400 22
-tion history of the t own.
IT — J ohn M. E
127 125 122
123 Milrord
large are lamp.
:.is 5:^
! 555 534
New F dlrfleld,
94
63 U 4
5n
18— Joseph N
og h e
were r un f rom t hat h our d uring t he j
6! 97 116 '"a
Newtown
615 213 .',14 581 Nortn B ranford. ..'.'. 94 119
Meanwhile Manager Arnold's men 19— NaaoN I
eded to ReddtDg
115 235 54: 119 216 r>o
<iay i n p ursuit of v oters who needed
133 196J 180 )79 North Haven
20— E Jwin Mi
391 404 26 393 495 26 were p lacing a s pecittlT^lfgraph l ine i n
79 I <M! 65 j is umi§re
lowing
be carrl d to the polls. The f ollowing 8herm*n
113 108
7 113 108
:he office, a nd M acagtr H oyt h ad his 22 — U. Vincen
figures s how t he l ively I nterest taken Total
t aken
Prospect
| 43 64 8 43| 63 6
^5678 3371,3003 26-8
257 i 442 28 226 J41 2') linenjen a t. w ork o n an t xtra t elephone.
23— W illiam I
by v oters in the present e lection :
Crotut, r, elected by 193 p lurality.
144 149 . . . . ! 104 147
A t , d a r k t h « c rowd b egan t o g a'her,
j:''<; .VJ- 57, 716 5i7 39
0 votes ID I8ne Cole's p lurality was bis. m ajority o ver
At 8 o'clock i n the m ornin
gain ( yi obably
all 69.
Warerbury
!3
11632152549 132 and b efore e i^ht o'oloca n ot o nly t he
istriot.
bad beeu d eposited i n the second d istrict.
Repablioaue,
<4 51 . . . . 45 62
Wttl(0tt
sidewalk, b ut tho r oad h alf w ay across
he first
W 121 ..
66 121
Fifty-eight v otes w ere cast i n the first
Woodbridge
the s quare was a mass o f h umanity. The Courant
n who
e'gat. m iaufes. b y so m &ny m en w ho
HARTFOEP COUNTY.
At the l ust E
743 5429 105 5636'5596 101 The r esults o f o ne o r two s mall n eighwere a nnoun t o be the first to vote.
te.
138 117
C,
boring t owns were bulletined at first, press it appear!
st disAt the s ame h our In the first
2-7 276 22 296 263 24 and all w ere received with o vations.bui son a nd M ortor
Be? Un
205 146 11 203 149 10
tilot t here w ere 750 v otes caet, ornearly
n early
75), 782! 60 7-4 771 72 when t he l ocal r ^ult w as placed before 7.COO to 10,000 P
Istriot.
double t he c ount i n the second d istrict.
1031 99,
7 163 96
BTll'.gton
the w aiting m ultitude, t he s hout t hat New Tors. If
268 293,
7 , 272 282
At 11 o'clock the n umber of VOtPP
votep
Canton
went u p could h ave b ten heard a t the tne r epublicans
11C 87!.... I l l ' 86
East G r<*ob> r
polled in the first d istrict was 1,750. ia
rso. lo
417 4 95'.... «S3' 465
East Hartlord
No * Y ork s nd N ew E ngland s iation. 15 votes; N ew J
314 824
7 ' 311 321 '"i
sr
the s econd d istrict t he n umber at 11
East, W indsor.:
uectlcut w ith 6
636 i34 75: 526' 729 76 The p eople c omioU&d t o fl^cs: a round
o'clock was 1,010.
From r eturns r eceived last n ight w e -Farmlcgton \y
24IJ S831 l.=i 244 332 18 the v icinity, a nd a t n ine o 'clock t uere in t he e lectoral
4,V 4 3bL 30 4 59i 429 3C
At 2 o 'clock in the a fternoon there had
sre had
gave H irriaou 60,619, acd Cleveland 62.- Grinbv
were f ull> 2 MO people in f ront of t his 183, They c oul
140 I Mli 11 150 195
•Bt d
been 2 ,Ufl votes polled at the first dis71 99 .
72 93
Hartland
office. I t was t xpeoted t hat a s t he h cur Hud B tiil have 2
648 781 59 S53: 760 si"
trict, and 1,290 at the second, a total of 699 v otes in Connecticut, but f rom regrew l ate t he c rowd w ould t hin o ut, b ut BUT, o ucnae o f
Manborougo
' 60, 37
vised r eturns t his f orenoon, C levelaud New B ritain
3.430 votes.
1Sfi 1769 ]2'. )S23 1754 iai on ! he c ontiary i t i ncreased I t W ES a doned, t here se
iwi, as| 8 101 1 «3 8
Nathan Terrill oast the first v ote a t has a small p lurality in the elate.— [Ei>
vote
Ihd republican"
Platnvtlte..'
f.' 195 269J 3^ 195' 257 36 crowd b ound to learn s cmethiug, and a§
the first district, and Samuel C. H oyt
J.
Roriy Iltll
r.t 134- 114 - - "J- IJBr TM 2 fast as Operator^ S heldon c suid-iake "With t hree to
NEWS
the flr»t a t t he second district.
175 237 85, 118 233 38
'on, H arwinton
Soutn.ngr.on
! 013 70S 3z: 6251 690 32 down the mysterious dou arjd dashts.
204. 189 18i .
Sour.h Windsor
1'HJB BBBTJLT.
the news w as spread o ut on t b e b o a t d
ai
aod 74.T29, a p l
The polls closed at 6 o'clock, bat there
t
122i 274 . 6 222, 21ig
s and, placed n nder t ha g lare o f the pow lO*t.M v ote 88 1
wc-str Hartford
139 281
2' ISil! 279
4 erful eleolrio l ight. Everything was re- be 412
was no o pportunity to learn the reiju 1 t
result
316, 331 23 32u 32!] 3>
Wluasor ..
'.
6' 302, 202
8 ceived w ith a p p l a u s e , n o m atter w hich
Windsor Locks
«ven In the general sense.
way it p ointed, a nd each w ord was caro
TOLLAND COCNTT.
The vote was
There were so m any B Oratched tickets
t ickets
fully scanned b y h undreds o f pairs o f
130 135 17 129 ISf
63- H *-3<—**!' . 62
the t rue c ount oould n ot be made
eyes,- ttnd^limidredj Qf ^airs of l ungs loj,4^6: Morri
69 ft2
41 69 !1 ~
Dolton
fanown.
^_ „—
Columbia
i 93 85 li 94 80 K shouted r oars of approval." '"' ' " •'-' 'ro oitir. " 296~r~ t'ro
A r f'put>lioan
Coventry
, 2ti 231 20i 2M 230 1>
The streets were" tnrorfged with peob
Ellington...:
[ 77 133 ». 177 133 13 At eleven o'ulsok the uproar had Taylor r epubli
106 1;*
%-^ple all the evening, all a n x i o u s to k now
3
reached siich a h eighth t eat it was ur-s.i
RKP
56 ' J f b 28; 156 263 "28
Minf-fleiii
'•*•- now the e lection t urned out here, b ut
re,
to i mpnfegibte t o s atisfy t he d emands o f For President, Be
12S 1!6
FOIL C OrVftUK.S*
none b eJng able to.
t-9< 4u
" ' 4 2 9 4 09
the c rowd. I t waa e xpected t hat m id" For Governor, Mor
50 58 . . . . 6 1 5 7 12
For Lleurenuut-G
Fomtfc District.
At 3:39 it was reported to THE N EWS
NEWS
nifthc w ould s urely t inve t he multitude For Secretary t f st
27 752 625
Vernon
FAIRPIELD COUNTT.
offloe t hat the first d istrict gave 12 ma12 ma77 133 20 177 133 19 borne, h ut w hen t he h ands pointed t o For Treasure- r. B,
Wellington
For Comptroller. J
MUes,r Seymoar, a Em?, p NBW L ONDON CODNTTJ
jority f or H nrrison; b ut this w aa l imis s i m twelve, a:,d t he electric l ights w ent o ut ircr R- presentativ
1
Bridgeport.
4«ni
4829
ply BU e fitimate1 70 1201 145»272 1197 14S n M H S O U I t tirred. As q uickly a s p o-tl" eor Seuator, H enr
D4n.nury
103*
1891
151 New London
Ndrwicli
i. i 41'2240 S9 2144 2231 91 ble orders were g iven l or the l ights f or Por J udge uf P'"ob
6 o'clock e verybody was c lamoring
mering
I-/ 11)2
a 114 mi $
For ltepresenr aliv
119
128
1 Bozrah
for the n ews, but uo news ooultt be ob- Brookfleld
be ob- i >i*rien
63 300 U 874 292 21 the remainder of tne n ight, and a fter a
' DBMC
249
sss
5 coicnester
74! 21S
3 1S^. 2X5
Bast L • me
Hasten
ids
gs
tained.
Presloents Gii
66 82
8 i6 88
8 brief i nterval, w hich waa s upplied b > For Govemor, Hu
Franklin
400
42t
for
There waa a t - tal
nes in FalrQeld
'45 237 14 2 *2 28*
t o r c h l i g h t , I h e electricity was again i u For Lleut-Goverc
Greenwich
s33
0*2
23 Qrt-woid
111 602 62 617 599 63
jtro on
fcoth distiicis, 2,433 of the n umber be- FIUDttQgtOn
444
318
42
er
29 242 30; 129, 235 32 operation. A t one o 'clock t here w ere For secretary cf S
12B
127
6 L^bin .>u
,545
ing c inst in the first d i s t r i c t and 1,515 in Monroe
36 120
Lei j ar J
8: 136, 120
8 not less t han 600 persons p utleutl)
S>w C anaan
sis
V68
31
8J '05
4 85; 52
4 awEitinx the m : t "bulletin," and at For Comptroller, N
the seoand district.
New F airfield. ... 70
95
3
For M ember of COD
1.12 102 J 7 159: 104
7
ei3
sis
.... \jyme .'.
Ktir Senator, Alex
Th6 largest vote previous to t his was Newtowa- • • • . . . . 1945
is
(90; 2 IB 11 294- 275
Moatvllie
two o'clock some 3 0 r emained.
So'walk
I4fl6
.... North s tonlngton . . . 44! 237 . . . ' 144! 2!'.7
For Judsre or proo
In 1884. w hi=n2,700 w nrc cast,
ie v ote Redding
1JW
139
12
j 07i 1^2 9 137 131 '"> At three o'clock the s toops snd d coi For BepreaentaUv
itidgtitteKl
311
i&o
^ Old L jrao
)
in 18e6 was bt-iwee* 2,600 and 2 700.
PBOH
33 2S7
12 waya i n tbe v icinity were black w i t h
Sherman
IQS
T9
5
56: 83
S 56 83
•1
I t w a t n o t u ntil
o'clock t hat a ny Stamford
it
For Preslclen. C. B
1475
1517
60 Salem
15 t?
5 114 8?
S dleepiag iuduviduals, w ho would roust For Governor, H tr
Spragae
Stratford
619
511
/Teal n ews was r ectived, and the result Trumbull
r esult
513 7 ,6 32 625 690 32 np and tt-ke i n each n ew line, a nd d rop
101 - . 174
H
61 14»
Volunfown .:. . .'*... .. 64 161 ....
then In t his t own w aa as f ollows:
fS
WfettOD.
116
82
About t hlfl h our a d rum For secretary oGeo
47 S161 239 40 Nark a gain
Watertow
ForTreaaurer,
wpetport.
sol
446
i
DjeaiOCKATIO TICKET.
Wilton
213
.189
....
corps waa fleht-d u p f rom somewheie ForXJooaptroller, E
MlnnLKSEX COCNTT. !
I
7T'1305 CJ ' 3 - 4 12SJ 98 and w jth a n s i'L'ompaniameot o f tit For henator, ftJIU
11369
14M2

1st D. Zd D. Total
SI 255
b o r n d . t h e y p araded u p and down f h t For IteprefcentatlT
For President^
!2* 192 42' 229' 188 45
IJTCHFIBLD C00NTY.
<}rover Cleveland
• 1054
815 1900
09 117 i;7J 100' 185 US street ot trie bend of a h owling mob,
Cnesitr
NEW
24, 230 14 126 221 11 shouting f or each a nd all c andidates in
For Governor,
Barkhatnfited
lot
124
9
2 180 810
4
851 220
Cleveland, 1'5
Bet biehem
81
71
8
.Luzon B. Morrts .......,• 1060 ~ 847 1907
)urliftin .............] »8i 115 10 98 110 -10 'urn and eltogether. D ayligbt f ound a 95; M iles 70; W
Bridge water. .... 4&
121
6 £a»t BiKlam .."
Kor Lieut.-Governor
40 351 17 34( 3*4 18 crowd aliii in f ront of t b* board, and i t Fred G. Ro*pp
Canaan
123
130
20
ml 317 25 32ft 314 29
-JohnB. Kirttham........ 1057:
843 1903
t 'olefcroofc.
98
las
] 00; 66 10 108 M 11 wa. u p. to t he time of our going to p r^s. represeuiailre
Cornwall
,...
-,.. Kllltngwortn.
For Secretary or state, "
62 119 21 62 114
Middleneld
1 HE NEWS issued an e itra at 0 o'clock
iHenry A. Btolup
iocs
838 1890 Har*ttitbn
57! 162
4 136 161
DldSaybroot
123
81
37 vonland
',79 484 6 278| 486 . -» last n tgttt snd ebortly a fter daylight
For Treasurer,
Kent

Snybrook..
..;. M 95 29 12«l 96
Notwithstand
this m o r n i n g .
.-J.Grlffin Martin
;.. 1064 . 6 4 5 1901
Morris
W
*8
8 Weatbroi.4
6-| 140 ' 10 Sn 129
The Democrat di«pl»yeatte results of election n ight u
Por Comptroller,
NPW M llfora
003
406 .
10
-'.mobqlU 8Cau6.-,;
10«3 ' 843 180S North C anaan... 152
the election by means o f/BaWeoptloonj Lodgw No. a?8l
soe
Tjklrfleld county,
Norfolk ........ £05
&7
15 lands.-; plaiallty. fou r years ago, gave Cleve- on a U rge c anvas placep on the f ront oi room las: eve
For Congress, tth D^t.
W. Seymour.... 1W7
844 1391 Roxbury . . . 180
Middlesex county . aye Blalne, In 1684, 487 toe balluipg opposite their offloe.
about t event y-t
131
S
Senator, ISta List.
SttUsoury.
413
339
.... plurality. CDUr-ty K&T BBlatne270 plurality to Ttiu r epublicans h i Id f orth at the dafces and re60
Harltord
Sharon..
24*
308
.... J 1884. :
.Alexsi,<ler Wllamaa.... 1014
807
1821

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ConngciiCiit Goes For
. Cleveland,

THE FULL VOTE. .

DELECTED,"

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“Danbury Evening News - November 7, 1888 - Election Results.” WCSU Archives, 9 July 2019. Accessed on the Web: 22 Sep. 2019.

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