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' WANTS," 'TOR iAI.K." " FOR RUNT.
LOST," "FOUND," "HOARD! NO," Ac Ail.
Vprtlsemf-nts cnmifif nndar thrso haadlncra, not
, mil llnsirtxi twire for 'J., cents.
WANTED CABT5KT-MAKKR Innnire at
Ollisnn Hnnso, Itoom No. 5'J.
tVA1TKD-ll 0-Bnstnoss Paper, by W,
T H Hill tll'D. 8 1 West Tlilro-st s29-ara
WANTEIs-1!W 40fl-M..rlsraa;.. Notes, l.rW,
II Villi l lTS, K.l WastTlilrJ-st. aWs-am
WANTFO Tliroa r 'ur carpcutors. Apply
a3.Vl t'siilml.av. . or h
ANTH'n-TAII.OIlFSH-A flrst-rato tailor-
os to worn on coats st S4 East rourtu-st.
rANTF.I A (lOOl) OIRL Who iinor.tanis
general LouicworR Apply at l wo uourt-at.
RANTED A BOV-Who ran mako him-nlf
iiih'iiii aiMMit a .mil- itj.' nin'iia lun lltirmilo
lnnfiunKc. Apply at 8 Kirtli-stri'Pt. ocin-ti
V''','kn-A BOY-To wash ilislm a .4 ,,,
vw himself uhimI, nt Dining Saloon. 197 Vn.
trr-et, Bofrrpnroa roqiiimd. oclO-b
7ANTED-IUI,-Aimnrt itirl to take ram
V of rlill.lrrn anil do nn-stairs work. Aim'v nt
Jn. IS Vle-t Fifth-street, near Mnin. or9-b
WAWTKn-MAn,irNK H'tl.-A "O.I Bil-1 to
vv mo a sewing-mai-hlne for ladles' anitrrs.
Apply at 2416 Nir Hi st., near Bayiniller. or-S-h"
, YV-ANTKn-SITI'ATION-By romptnt
1 v omuin-nnio ranKrr. Anpi
I at.,betwen John and Ontrnl-av.
Apply at 3011 'irui-
WANTED Bran oMa young mm, a pUrs ni
Porter In some store, wboifHlo or retiil.
Aildross DAVID BW ISHK, Fro (Knte. i..9 l,
WANTK1M' J VKrbKRPEf Flirt
Inquire at thorch of All-saints, East Third
at., pear Front orS-d
WANTED THUKB GIRI.R-ttne, clumber
maid, one dining-room Rirl and a (rood rook,
rinno l.irt those tbnt are competent need apply, at
J7 Thinl-st.. cant of Broadwav. nc9-b
WANTED TO KfcNT-A Row and Store,
for a bnltcr depot. Would bur n plare ont.
AiltlrrM.stntlug price, C. M. JOHNSTON, at the
Frees OBlce. ocx-d
WANTED A AUM Any one ha-inga farm
to b t 00 sfcares, ran hesr of a g..od tenant by
addressing FAR Mbit, fltf Avery-at., atAting wh-re
sl interview can bo had. oclo-d
WANTED Orent crouds of citizens and
similiter are daily supplied with superior
J. ikenersos of arery style, and yet there. In room for
more, at APPLKOATR'S Mnmmoth Photograph
Oallcry. corner fifth and Mnin, oclD-b
WANTED N INK CE N T8 At APPI.B
GATK'8 new Oallery, corner filth and Main.
J'rlres h low aa nine centM, or fifteen cent!" in eaaea.
tnr-rior Phntoirapha taken. The lara-ext a-ort-mrnt
of fancy Caeos in ('Inrinnati, by ten thousand
WANTED A PURPOSE Notwlthstalding
mr etfudfiwt purpoae to roniHt all bluniliah
inente which might tend to peril my liberty of
tlieopbt and afloction. 1 numt have ronr likenena
from JOHNSON'S Gallory, Ninth, and Main. The
vork ie trood and pricos very low. oclO-b
WANTED FOR RENT Rooms. Stores,
Dwelling, Offlree, c. Pemons having the
above to rent can find tonants by leaving their
orders with N. J. CHaPIN ft CO., Real Eitato
Agents, 1ST Watnnt-st. Prompt attention irnld to
any buslna left with them. oclil-b
WANTED Two young men (ona to go South 1,
with J20 or Jlull, as clerka or partners in a
linslness paying each from 8000 to 91, nut a rear
front. For particulars, address a note to H Y
Fran Office, with name and residence. oclo-b
1 VT.111 PBllBON Who can lend 1150
I TV (well aecnred) for a abort time, can have a
1 p easant situation at 510 per week. Apply peraon-
!nli No. S5H Main-st., second atory, betwoen 8
A.-M and 6 P. M. 'oclo-b
V4.NTKD-1 BKNT A room to a man and
T hiB Wife. Or tWO Sinffle irplitlnmnn S),.m nH
the second floor. In a private fam'ly, where thero
re no other boarders, at 317 KigUtn-st., wost of
WANTED FLOORINO-MACHINE HAND
An Industrious man of good habits, who nir
Tertly understands the business, to run a Flooring-
T. achln.. To auch a person good wages and ron
tnnt employment will be given. Nona others neod
apply. Inquire at No. H'tr Central-avenue.
WANTED TO RKNT-Either in this city or
Oovlngton, a small ahop, and two rooms con
nected. Any onathavlng smh can hear of a good
tenant by ratllog on O. KKLLY, on Bace-at sorond
poor above front, north-east corner. or be
ANTED One good varnlsher (one that nn
V denutida rosewood graining perfectly), and
three good ral.inet makers, to go to Lawreneebiirg,
Ipd. Steady employment .nd good wages. Apply
t 67 ine-st. or9-V,
UTANTKIV-A RITIIATIIIV 1 A
' boy,sixteen years old, deilrea . place with .
'"" wuum nis eervices will 00 . con-
5!tlS5?I1?,.S"iA1" .fc0,w? n clohii8. Address J.
V. FOLUK8. Clnclu. at I Post-offlce. or9-d
WANTED SITUATION In a drag store, by
a youtig man 1 who speaks English, French and
s.ennaji; has had five yenra' rxpttrienrn. Address
M. A. P , care of 8. 0. TOMLINSON, Mo. 41 Kv-crett-strrt-t
"VANTIiD-T0 BENT A honso.with four or
. Ave rooms, about twenty-five minutes' walk
Trom tho Po8tottice. Any one having a house of the
above description will II ml a vrompb-payiag tenant
liy addressing A. B., Box 10 J. oc9-tf
VA'TKnA SITUATION By a young man
v eighteen years of ago Is not afraid to work.
W oiild prefer to be a copyist, or learn aomo busi
noes. Satisfactory city references can be gtveu.
Addreee APPLICANT, at this ofllce oru-b
WANTED A C U 8 T O M E B For a lot of
, Orapea i also, a quantity of excellent Fall
nnd Winter Eating Apples. Apply to M. NF.RNY,
first house north i f the Clifton School-homo, one
mile from Vine-it. Hill. ocD-b
WANTED MEN All respectable men Beek
ing situations as clerks, salesmen, etc., should
apply at the Merchants' Clerka' Registry Office, 1-is
Walaut-st Long established. Reference to the
test houses. (oru.b'j HALK ft CO.
WANTED ,nuo PBOPL E To come at
COWAN'S Pictnnt ll.ll.n l'l West k illh.
at., and set good Pictures, in good cuses, for nitron
, ..'uis. iurge ruoiograpus, in gooo gill mimes, lor
. one dollar. ocO-b
1 1 "araaTANTED livery one to know that the finest,
I t T largest, and best assortment of fancy cases In
-vueciiy, can ue seen at lUWAfls, lij vret t irth-
im.. ami can get mem cneaper tnan at any other
t.allery In the world. oc9-b
VArTFDA 8ITUATION-By a man, to
i v work on a farm, who understands garden-
'lig, the care of horses, milking aows, and is willing
1 ,0 make himself generally useful. Address S. W,
f.t this office. octf-b
WANTED A NURSKMIRL Twolvo to four
teen years old. in a small fomily Any one
; 'anting a good home can apply at itH'l Bichmond
f or t the Mayer's office, south-west corner of
iKiiiu-sv. anu ventral av. oe7-a
WANTED AFFECTION My arTeotiona lio
r not so near the surface that they may be
rung or sported with by every touch of accident or
iriety: but I will accept of your likeness from
'iIINNON'B Gallery, Ninth and Main. The work
good and prices very low. ocv-b
JC7ANTED-APPBKNTICE8- Rare opportu-
'1 nit) for absolute perfection. The Advertiser
acknowledged by all, the beet pattern-cutter and
ees-tlfter in the wont. Fifteen years' experience
' Paris and London fuhlons Apply at iilJ.'l Kim.
reet, lietweeo Eighth and Ninth sts. acl-b
ANTED TO RENT -House of six or seven
rooms, aleasantlv loreted. and mnn.iii r..M
o families; or three pleasant, convenient rooms
r a buiall family. Terms must be moderate. Pay
f'"ravt. KiAmt, with ternia, location, Ac,
H. C., PresaOffice. ocv-b
WAflTKB A SITUATION-Asengineer, by a
' sober, industrious man, that thoroughly uoder
Asds the business. Wanted, a good f male cook
r private family, tea girls f r general work in city
d country; also, a good, steady man to drive car.
jge, take care of horees, and make himself "gener
ly useful. None but one that can milk will suit,
rply at my office, 307 Elm and Ninth-street.
uc b T THOMAS BUCHANAN.
NTANTKD TWENTY GIRLS To do all Kinds
fofwoik, in city and country. Apply at the
Uy Employment OfBce, 187 Waluut-st., upstairs,
mng nen in want of employment will find aome
Ing to their advantage by calling as above. All
rsons In want of nrxt-claas nelp can be supplied
lourofbce. lod-dJ N. J. CHAPIN ft 00.
'ANTED A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN
n ho linderstailOB rot.kins unil knn..tu-
-a. anu woo can come won recommended. For
'ich a germane situation and good waires are
flcrrd, in the country, distant right miles, on an
mnlbiis route. Inquire at lloom No. 1, Art Union
.nilding, N W. cor. Fourth aud Sycamore, octi-b
IVA!NTED-Jl'ST OUr-The Horn Husker,
Ww IIusk-IMrker and aeneml Feed. Cutter. All
ersons wauting rl.hla or machines will please
all or SOI. d in their urd.r, earl v Cllnn
I blKAIT, lAtf West fhlrd-st., seoond floor, left
iile. Cincinnati. Ohio. Wun,.il lti i
P"k. 'oca x
tfTANTRD-To sell double-entry book-keeping
dry's C iiMu. rt'ini C illege. Good for day aud even
ing and full course of study, and just the place to
riM'Ud the lopa Winter evenlnoa, in.l mima m..n
I ,nivo nionoy b buying certlhcates of W.H. ACKLkV.
north-west rorner tycamore .ad Third-sts., Tuttle'a
, Tf7,!S ' .T'j-Block-aiid-tan Ter - ierPuTTieTI5
' M i nicnlhs old; mlwiiug since Mooduy last' A lib.
r wi it in tra noi iwr uu roiuru at NO Mill
i yiecnt. . oclu-X
I O8T-810 REWABD-A white BCtLM(T
a wttha Iculhercrlkr around bis neck, and muit
air on. On his back be bad a few bla k spots in his
SkJ.Q:.nA?. tx'laon bringing him to HKNBY HI.
lJKIi'8 1 -11111 street Anctlon Stable, between 8yca.
Main, will receive the above reward. a
T i ''.7P-U' KJ" T-BOOK-On Friday, Dot. A, a
. A-'.'ber Po.-ket-b.Hik, containing tour Hve d d
lar gold p ecoe and about two dollsre la silver. Tho
fin.rer will be rewarded by leaving the earns at this
I'JfT-Oo Saturday evening, oa Elm, betweeu
J Eighth 1 and Niuth-sts., a largo Bcotch gray
hound, with a little .bite spVt on fns TrV.st. Aiiy
sTtArsU.il rftllirrilna 1,1... a U .. I -a .a - VA
1 ) r. rii;r.ii7w.,d"d. . , rr, . auomjiii
-MU YOU WANT A HKRVANT Ot? tV
ild. scription ? Advertla, "u tbellllLY PREsJ
Iteoate but a trifle, and yew iU oob hav"yo
vant supplied . , , 7 '
(WK, VAIMMA, II.VKIsV At
J MONTDXiLAfiS ttTAbCH. i'.Z.,
a.is ah -
as, rt 1 it-n t.riAa, ami 1001,
Vluur. aiul Mui.d llluil.u
V - , OTU-V,
c i." ... , aiB
'MAti'MAea set iaa
A TM.VO-STOaF-'-lB the West
M find, doing a good bdaioess.
OAl fldfllAeSB. Will he a..ia e
bargain, if applied for aeon. Inquire at corner of
Cotrt and Lino-eta.
fTWH HAI.F-BRICK nOTTAOE-Flve rooms
M. and cellar, rront end side yards, on ftest-street,
lowrorrh Frame Cotlane, four rooms, cellar,
front and side yards, oa Mnth-st., west of Harriet
ilrVJSVj! h!''K "Ob?'- A. B. McMAN AMA,
70 Went Third-st, oelO-b'
WR KAT.E-nACKMEy, ATTRNTIONI A
. iiirne nan-top ra nh t nnrh.
Has been In ue
two yeiirj, and is nosrly new. For terms c
inlreat Room No. I, Art Union Building,
onrth aud Syruinore-at , Cincinnati.
For terms of sale. tn
IjMW SA1,K-FARM -A nlro little Farm of
hM arrea of land, situated on the Covington
and Lexington Railroad, in Kenton County, Ky.,
adi. ining the town of Visnlia,on the Licking River,
and in miles from Covington. All good bottom land;
Ave arree nndnr tho beet cultivation, well watered
nnd fenred, the balance in timlier. The buildings
consist, of n go. d frame cottage of fonr rooms, nnd a
stable. This farm is connldered be best in the
tielghlwrlinnd; there is none bettor. Will be sold
for tho vory low 1 rlro of Si, am, nn easy payments.
SAMi ul a. saboent;
, . No ' Apollo Bull, lings,
wlO- Corner of Fifth and Walnut-ta.
13011 8Al,K-HnrSES-I have Tor sale fovr new
three story Brick Houses on Kverett-st , east
of Freeman; two do do. on Eighth below Itaymlller,
Abo, thTO splendid Brick Houses on Heyenth-st.,
east of Freeman; one splendid throe-story briok, on
t-eventh, hetv eon Cutter and Linn; one do, do., be
tween Monnd and Cutter. Also, Houses and vacant
Lots of all descriptions, in every ,'part of the city,
and several plnres in the country. For particulars,
apply to GEO. H. SHOT WELL, 75 West Third
I7SOR SALE-VERY LOW A new threo-eprlng
. peddler's wagon, ten feet body, leather calash
top and two movaldo seats, with tongue and thills
for one or two horses; built to order, for strength
and service. Also, a new open buegy, and a now
brnss-mountod two-horse harness. The owner hav
ing no use for the above art idea, will anil ilnm n...k
I'eiow ineir vniue ann cost. Apply at
West Bocond-st., C'ncinnati. J. BKDi
Ii OK RENT-ROOM AND POWKR-Apply at
av. soulh-eHt corner Plum and Pearl. oclu-bB
FOR RENT A store and dwelling, No. 3'J7
Ccnlrnl-avenne, near Ninth-street. Apply to
fim tAniLb,mi rcari-street.
FOR RENT-A COTTAGE-Contalning four
rooms; front nnd side yards; No. 1'IH Everett,
street. Apply at 14S Clinton-st. Rent IS per
IjOR R ENT STORE Store No. Lower
market -street. Also, dwollingnn Third-street;
in pood order, rent low to n good tenant. InQuire
at Ko. 143 Main-st.; or 37S Third-at. ocH
T1SOR REN T HOUSE A
frame house of six
av rooms, aide and rear yard. 01
will rent to a prompt paying tenant for ,'wn per
anuum. Address BENT, Post-oriee Box, No. 857.
FOR RENT At No. 1T-0 Milton-streot, throe
good rooms In a well built briok house. The
rooms are papered,
n small family: van
.grated a nd distinct; suitable for
d and goul cistern. Inquire at
1 COTTAG'S, near. oc9-b
FOR RENT HOUSE 20 Fonrth-et., betwoen
Alain and Sycamore, now ocenpied asafurnl
UV..",17b.'!ohn Geyer. Inquire of Mrs. RED
DISH, 31 8Fiftb-st., nonr John. oco-h
FOR RENT-BRICK HOUSE-Wilb eight
rooms auu large yard; nowly papered and painted.
Apply to M. B. EW INU, Fifth aud Lock-streote.
Iocs f 1
WOR RENT-OFFICE R00M8-
In fl.e A
N. W. rorner Villi, and wuin.,.
-,W1! tnci, en second floor, and several
fora longing-rooms fn ronrtn story. Inquire of H.
HOKTON, 1 Apollo Buildings. or7-f
ROOM8-T0 a small family with-
Ollt children, tivn rnoma nn hA .
well ugtited. largo cellar for wood, roal .nri
blcs. Convenient to Central-avenue ferry, in Oov
ington, Ry Beferrnoes reqnired. Terms, In ad
vance, S7 rer month. Apply at No. 54 West Third,
treet, Cincinnati, O. oc9-b
ilea Tint room
tbr a gentle.
MM man and wife, or for two sinele a-enileman at
Ko. 164 Elm-street, above Fourth
BOAR DING-Two or three gentlemen can be
accommodated with a pleasant second-story
front room, with or without board.
Apply at 198
. unii-B.. xeriiis uiouoraie.
BOARDINO Two single rooms and boarding.
1"J. few boarders can be accommodated
at 2!i5 West Fourth-atroe, between Plum aud
BOARDINO Furnished rooms for fnmllloa;
also, rooms for single men. Day-boartersean
bo aMommodatcd at 177 Syaamoro-at., between
Fifth and Sixth, west side. oolo-f
BOAHDrNG A pleasant room, with gas, suita
ble for a gentleman and his wife, or three sin
gle gentlemen. Also, a few day boarders can be ao
couiniodatod with good board. Term reasonable.
Apply at No. 243 West Flfth-st. oc-b"
BOARDINOFamillea and alngle gentlemen
can be accommodated with board and pleas
.nt rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Apply at
it 13 iilui-st., betweon Longworth and Sixth.
BOARDINO-Families desiring board for a
number of children, at a comfortable nlace,
can no accnmmoantoa iy adnressio,
fains. E. OS
; i yvainiit Ainu t'ontouice,
BOAKDINtJ A pleasant unfurnished front
room and board for a family. Also two single
gentlemen con lie accommodated with boarding in
a prlviito family. Apply at 469 Ninnth-at., be
tween Central-avenue and Johu-st. oc7.il
TnUBSDAY, OCTOBER 11, AT 4 P. M.
For Parkersburg and Marietta.
SVt aciiBRm,i ANNY ?'-BURNIE. rVPT.
BLAGG, will leave as above. a
oclO T. McBURNIE. Agont. PAiL-gaaf
FOl'ND A GRAY HORSH On the eornor of
. VViiTd W.'nut. on Saturday night. Was
left at BARD 8 Stable. oclO-b
STRAYED OR STOLEN On last Saturday
evening, a gray Horse, nine years old. If the
finder will return blm to JAMES WOLS'8 stable,
on Sycaniore-Bt., between Third and Fourth, ho
will be suitably rewarded. oc9-b JA8. WOT.S.
ATCTION SAI.E-By 8. G. HUBBARD, Filth,
treet, between Main and Waluut.
FINE BOOKS AT AUCTION t
Wo will soli on TO-MORROW NIGHT, a large lot of
LAW AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS:
.k,'" i.Ky-' B'POft"! Bacon's Abridgement; Hawk.
ins's Pleas oi the Crown, c 4c;
Clnrini.atl In 1816; Pittsburg in U2; Parliamentary
Debates; Gognet's Origin of Laws:
Btate Poems (.containing Poems by Karl of Rochos.
ter, and one of the richest and rarest books to bo
found; The Mormon Bit le, Ac, Ac;
The Books are on exhibition at HUBBARD'S.
1 he reading season U now at hand, au this If a
fine opportunity to get good Booke.
Catalogues are out. oclfl-a
AUCTION SALE. -BY KELLOGG ft WILLIAMS-
Sales-rooms Si -J and 24 EnstThird-st.
Begular Auotl. n Sale.-On WIDNHSDAY MOKN
ING, Octolier 10. at o'clock, a general variety or
Dry and Fancy Goods, Clothing, Cutlery, Watches,
Guns.ftr. ' '
A I BO Fifteen cases Boots and Shoes, to.
A t 10 o'clock-Second-hand Furniture of a family
declining housekeeping, and a good at -ck of new
Furniture, namely: 10 dozen Cane -waited Chairs, 1
doien Bcdteada. Sofas, Parlor Chairs, Bureaus,
Curd-tablet, Aorkand Wash-stands, and a general
A 1 SO One second-hand Iron fafe, Ac.
p' A. KELLOGG, Auctioneer.
' .A I fTIIlN NAME.
mThe undersiunud will aell
1 puone vondue, at
V?lVi,niv",.".-Ji.n.,h ;ltyof Cincinnati; on
1 II UH8DA Y, the ilh iusl., at eleven o'elock A. M..
the entire interest of John V... u, ij Ti
the Aume being aa interest of one Tom th. aud eaij
one fourth appraised at el.WO. Notes of the pur.
chaser at six months, with iutereat, with two ap
proved securities, taken in payment.
t. . . , 1 JOSEPH CIT.LEY,
oc9-b Admln'tor of John au Bergen, uoo'd.
XL Witf.WILSONMcCl.KW, fL
iLJfc JEWELER, .Eli
tiouth-wett Corner Main and Fourth-ttt.
uT Cloeki asj Watchea repaired by axperleuoai
workmen. . aul-ay
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
OAK-IIALL CIOTnUVQ DEPOT.
Barwiso U King,
NO. 5 MAIN-8THEET,
THIBD DOOB ABOVE FOCKTH, CINCISSATI.O.
kins; Oahmero, elvet and H.lk e,liig,J Beaver
and other at) lea of Vrercootiug. Alao. a larte aa.
aorlmeut of 1
Fine Custom-made1 Clotkingy
For Dreoa attd Busidrss wear all of" our aara euan.
. , uiaoiro,,. i TT.rTr.
' fitTS' rUUi!fHINBfiOO0$ IN tVERT Hflim.',
..jh II IIMN1 l.la.Ai'.
a ,lA .0 I ,.ji1tVt,'
THE DAILY PItESS.
Ware, Optician, October 9 1
OV.'oc. Barorasr. TttrmonM
I A. M Above sero 19
I; M... .....2o.:i Above aero ivi
r. M ro.1.1 Abort tero-63
LrTTsn DgTAisit!) rott Waxt or Postaoi.
Ttiesdfiy, Octolnjr 9, 1800:
Miss Klira Simmons, Illhlnnd, Mrm.
M. Holliiluy, Oswego, N. V.
Ili-my DoualnSH. Ht. Louis, Mo.
Aturphy A Bolliday, Indianapolis, Tud.
Atthstion ! ADVKnTiKitg H The Daily
Press lias the largest city circulation.
Wantid Immediately. A cood cylinder
press-foeder. Apply at the office of this pa
per at ten o'clock to-night.
Tfi Adams Exprkks Company. We are
daily placed nnder obligations to this excel
lent company for Eastern papers in advance
of the mail. Such favors are always appre
ciated. Raimioab Orrica for Rent. A well
rentilated, pleasant room, on the first floor of
tho Daily Press bnilding, suitable for rnil
rond or insurance office. Apply at the Press
Counting-room, Vine-street, opposite the
To thb Ladies. Millinery, dress-trim-
mmgs and cloaks, in great rariety, at
Wilson s, No. 78
West Fourth-strcot. See
Meciiamcs' Isstitctk Fair Thr Billiard
Natch Thit Evening. The billiard tourna
ment at the Mechanics' Institute will com
mence this erening at eight o'clock, pre
cisely, in Greenwood Hall.
Speech of Robert Emmit. A rery beau
tiful lithograph of the speech delivered by
Robert Emmet in Dubli a,. before the House
of Sessions, September 19, 1803, can be had
at M. II. Bird's book and stationery store,
Central-avenue, near Eighth-street, west
Payment or a JIew&rd fob the. Arrest
or a Homicide. We learn from the St.
Louis Democrat that the roward of $200
offered for the capture of the homicide of
Brust, wboj it will be remembered, was con
victed and hung a short time ago, has been
paid to the policemaji of this city who made
Burglary in Fhont-btreet. The grocery
store of Jacob Deifj;er, in Front-street, near
the Little Miami Railway Depot, was
feloniously entered, night before last, and
robbed of a quantity of articles and money
to the amount of nearly $50. A noise
aroused the family, which slept in an adjoin
ing room, and the burglars were put to
Sewing-Machines. Read the following
genuine home testimonial :
"I am dolighted with the Grorer k Baker
Sewing-machine which I purchased of you
about one year sinee. Having used the
Boudoir and Wheelor Wilson in our
family, and having examined others, I would
state yours gives us every satisfaction, and I
would recommend it to others in prefer
ence." Jfrj, Daniel Baton, 61 College-street,
Licinse Receipts at the Mayor's Office.
From the weekly report of the Mayor's clerk,
Mr. Charles Betts, we learn that the
receipts for licenses, during the past week,
ending yesterday, amounted to $88, derived
from the following sources :
Drays......... a 3 Ml
Inhibitions and Balls..
' a ka
Fatal Accident A Lad Instantly Killed
by the Fall of a Pile of Lumber. A lad
about eleven years of ago, named Wm. Nel
son, residing la the family of Wm. Flanni
gan, at the corner of Wade and Cutter
streets, was instantly killed yesterday after
noon, in the following manner He was play
ing in a building which is in process of erec
tion on Cutter-street, between Davis and
Wade, when, by some accident, a pile of
heavy joist fell upon, and crushed him to
death. Coroner Carey held an inquest upon
the body, which resulted in a verdict ia ac
cordance with the facts.
Kcnaway and Accident. A band of
music which was driven through the streets
yesterday, for electioneering purposes,
frightened a horse attached to a buggy, con
taining a man whose name we could not
learn, at the intersection of Wade-street and
Central-avenue, about four o'clock. The
scared animal rushed np the latter thorough
fare at a break-neck pace, dashed the vehicle
against a lamp-post, and threw the driver
against the bowldered pavement with such
force as to fracture his skull. He was taken
into a neighboring house, where his wounds
were attended to, but his recovery is con
sidered extremely doubtful.
Board or City Imfrovements. At the
regular semi-weekly session of the Board of
City Improvements yesterday morning, Mr.
Gilbert, City Civil Engineer, submitted plats
and estimates for the following work:
For Daving with bowlder-stone Front
street, from Mill-street east to connect with
the bowldered pavement.
Also, Langdon's-alley, from Sixth to Seventh-street.
For paving with brick the' sidewalks oa
Dayton-street, from Baymiller-street to Central-avenue.
The Clerk was instructed to prepare,"and
transmit to the City Council, ordinances to
assess a special tax on real estatev bounding
The Commissioner of the Western Dis
trict was instructed to hare repaired:
Sixth-street, from Mound to Hoadley, at
a cost of $40.
The sealed proposals offered were opened,
and the contract to pave with bowlder stone
tho intersection of Smith and Augusta
streets, awarded to Lowry & Humphry, at
sixty-seven cents per square yard.
The bid3 offered for improving McMillan
street were laid on the table. Adjourned.
Shocking Casualty! Man Almost Sep.
tred by the Burtting of a Afillitone.-A.boat
six o'clock yesterday morning an accident
occurred at the Uounng-mill of A. Utz & Co.,
No. 157 Clay-street, which resulted in the
instant death of one of the workmen, named
John Schwartz. An inquest was held by
Coroner Carey, which developed the follow
The engineer visited the establishment
Suite early, and after building a fire under
le boiler gave orders that the engine should
not be started until he returned, and thnn
went to breakfast. In the meantime the de
ceased came and concluded to go to work.
He therefore told one of his fcllow-work-men.
who pretended to be familiar with the
machinery, to attend to it while ho arraaged
the stones for grinding.
The governor to the engine was not prop
erly adjusted, and this, combined wilt the
would-be engineer's ignorance, rendered it
wholly uncontrollable, and it ran so fast that
one oi we stones now to pieces, and struck
Schwartr. in the side, almost cutting him in
two. Other pieces were thrown through the
roof to a great distance, and the building in
this manner was considerably damaged.
The deceased was horribly mangled by the
accident, and could have lived but a few
moments after it occurred. Hia abdomen
was lacerated in the most shocking manner,
and his entrails and flesh scattered about the
room in almost every direction. No other
person happened to be in that part of the
mill at the time, or the casualty would in
all probability have been much more fatal. -
The deceased is a native of fiermsny ani
has been in this country but throe weeks.
its was aoout tort v-seven years tf age, and
leaves a wife and three children in hia native ,
country. He Is icpresented as having bees
quite industrious, aud boarded at the corner.
pf Walnut and .lltion-streeU, troia which
place lu9 renukuu will L interred to-Ur. -
ELECTION DAY IN CINCINNATI.
Great Excitement in City-King Alcohol
Great Excitement in City-King Alcohol Abroad-Political Broils and Affrays-
Sanguinary Scenes at the Election-Four
Men Stabbed. Three Shot and Several
The sun yesterday morning roso bright
end beautiful and throughout the dy
the city was canopied by a sky as
calm and blue as ever overhung our
lovely valley. In every respect, and
in the fullest eonfe of the term, the
wenthcr wag delightful. Tho air was soft
and yet invigorating, and its balmy kisses
eeenicd to succcsstully invite tho entire
population into the streets. Our fnshiona
ble promenades were thronged with elegantly-dressed
women, and the day seemed
to have been made for the express purpose
of wooing persons to the polls.
The excitement in various parts of the
city was intense. At some of the voting
places, although large crowds were at all,
the balloting passed off very quietly, but at
others, party feeling ran very high. Com
paratively, taking the whole city into con
sideration, there was less disturbance than
usual; but there were nevertheless numerous
broils, affrays, fights, resulting in gome in
stances quite Beriously, although in none,
we believe, were any of the parties arrested.
We subjoin an account of the more san
MAN STABBED IN THE NINTH WARD.
A mnn named John Murray, who resides
in Dublin-street, became involved in a rlifli
rulty in acolTce-housein the Thirteenth Ward
House in Sycamoie-streot, near Abigail, and
was stabbed in the back. The wound is rep.
resented as quite painful, although not dan
gerous. The row seemed to be general, and
several persons whose names we were unablo
to learn, were more or less injured.
STABBING AFFRAY IN WATER-STREET.
A man named Lawrence Perry became
very drunk and abusive in a crowd in Water
street, between Walnut and Main, lost even
ing about six o'clock, when a row occurred,
during which he was very severely beaton
by a couple of "rounders" and stabbed twice.
One wound is quite slight, being in the
fleshy part of tho arm, but the other is in the
thigh, and much more painful and severe.
MAN SHOT IN CENTRAL-AVENUE.
About nine o'clock yesterday morning
William Boyle made a bet with an acquaint
ance in Central-avenue, near Melancthon
street, during a political discussion. Words
ran high and at length became personal,
when Boyle knocked his opponent down. Ho
was then seized by some bystanders, when
his adversary, whose name we could not
learn, rose, and deliberately drawing a pis
tol, shot him in the right side. Luckily the
ball glanced on his ribs, but it nevertheless
made a painful and dangerous wound. The
would-be homicide escaped and has not since
SHOOTING AFFRAY IN DEER-CREEK VALLEY.
A man named Stephen Burman, during a
discussion in one of those miserable dog
geries in the extreme eastern portion of the
Thirteenth Ward, was shot in the side with
out apparent or immediate cause, by some
unknown person. The ball lodged in the
side and was extracted by Dr. Morrison with
out difficulty. The wound is not likely to
CUTTING AFFRAY NEAR THE BRIGHTON HOUSE.
At a German beer-saloon in the neighbor
hood of the Brighton House, yesterday af
ternoon, a couple of men became involved
in a difficulty, which resulted in a serious
injury to both. One received a wound from
a knife, which extends from the left nipple
downwardly toward the abdomen, and may
prove fatal, while the other is wounded in
the right side. The names of both the par
ties are unknown.
MAN'S SKULL FRACTURED IN THE SEVENTEENTH
A man named' Ellis, residing in the
Seventeenth Ward, bad his skull fractured
in a tavern during an affray. The fight
originated in a political discussion, and
glasses, bottles, chairs, and numerous other
weapons were used indiscriminately. It is
thought he was struck with a bottle but it
is not known by whom.
A broil occurred, last evening, at the cor
ner of Second and Smith-streets, during
which a man named Henry O'Hayly was
shot in the foot by another named Jamas
Bush. All the parties were drunk, and
when Bush fired, some one had presence of
mind suQieient to strike his arm otherwise
the shot would have proved fatal.
George Gregg, a steamboatman, becume
involved in a quarrel, about noon yesterday,
in Front-street, above Lawrence, when he
was struck with a club, which fractured his
arm. Two or three others, in the same row,
were more or Icbs severely injured.
We heard, during the day and evening, of
numerous ouier urous ana ngaLS, Dut these
are the principal ones. The city, which was,
as we have said, comparatively quiet during
the day, became more and more noisy in the
evening. . The newspaper office were be
sieged at an early hour by an eager and ex
cited crowd, and, while we write, a thou
sand throats in our immediate vicinity are
bellowing .as though they were used by
Fall Mektino at the Trotties Park
The Bate Ytiterda;. The race yesterday
afternoon over the Cincinnati Trotting Park
was largely attended and quite spirited. The
match was made for a purse of $250, mile
heats beat three in five, and was won by Bid
well's "Fillmore" in three straight heats.
The following is the
Bldwell enters ch. g. "Fillmore." M i
Smith enters b. g. ' Dick Turpin." 3 2 1
Dimmlck enters l. m. "Flora. ' .....M.. 13 3
Dodge enters b. g. "Waggoner." di.
Time-2:324i :M J:33.
The race this afternoon promises to be ex
ceedingly interesting. The match is between
"Reindeer," "Bolly Lewis" and "Ike Cook,"
mile heats, best three in five. Race to come
off at three o'clock, precisely. A special
train will leave the Depot of the Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Dayton Railway at two
o'clock, and remain until the race ia over,
when ii will return immediately. The regu
lar train will leave at 2:23, P. M.
Tni Entire Nursery Stock of W. Hea.
veb. To-morrow niorniiff at nine o'clock.
on the premises, Cooper at Stokes, Auction
eers, sell the entire stock of the well-known
Reading-road Nursery, on the Reading-road,
consisting of evergreens, fruit, ornamental,
forest and shade-trees. Also, grape-vines,
ever-blooming roses, ornamental shrubbery,
Without Pain. Dr. R. P. Belknap, yes
terday, extracted from each of the following
gentlemen a tooth, without causing the
least pain: Wm. Orr, No. 107 Court-street,
and J. H. Gossre, of Moreer County, Penn.
Office 131 West Fourth-street.'
Pike's Opera-house. Mrs. Hate man's
drama. The Bomanee of a Poor l'ouna Woman.
will be presented at this establishment, this
evening, in connection with the capital
comedietta of Th Two Queens.
National Theater. Jane Coombs will
appear, this evening, for the third time, as
"Evelyne." in Mrs.Xcve's play of The Wift't
Secret. The farce of Somebody Else will con
clude the entertainment, a part in which
Aaaie r roc ter nag won gulden opinions
from all. sorts of people.
Wood's Theater. The Seierist and Zan-
fretti Ballet, Pantomime and Gymnastio
Ttoupe is doing a fine business, and will ap
pear, this evening, in a variety of their won
derful performances. 1 '
Peksonal. ?harleg M, Bsrrss arrived in
the city, yesterday, and V stopping at the
- --- - i
. ( Eleven dwelling-houses, to ' cost $3,000
eaoh, are to be built in Cambridge, Mass, for
, the Efyptiaji povernment, every thing damw
tainiug iatiAeAitobeeompletet. n tiiU toua-
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PRESS OFFICE, 3 A. M.
The following nearly-complete returns
will serve io give an idea of the result of the
election. The hteness of the hour compels
ns to close onr first edition with them :
VlABIIF, TOUXSnil S,
Millrreek, 8 K. r...
Millrreek, N. K. p
Willrreek, Clifton P...
Millrreek, I,. I'
Millrreek, W. P
Columbia, K. P
ri,,,i,i- w i
.icnog afr-H'MK coraT.
Anderson, rl. P...
a .. . i u i.
Sycamore,' K. P.
ro cmore, n. I ...
tiii.i s n
Delhi, W. P....'."'....'..'.'..,
,- .a.uiw, a-.. .........
SprillfciltiU, IV. P
FIBBT CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT.
Vi Anns, towitsnirs,
First Wnrd 416 693 126
Second M ard....... 471 309 132
Third Ward 438 63 122
Fourth Word .......,..,.. 220 737 149
Fifth Ward ..., 61.3 3.39 11 1
Ninth Wanl. ...................... 602 9(2 " 24
Tenth Ward . 12.V, (137 43
Eleventh Ward 12iv 699 si
Thirteenth Ward........ 227 997 23
Bevonteenth Ward.. ... 161 337 190
Millrreek, B. E P 210 90 31
Mlllrref k, N. K. P 70 147 26
Columbia Tp., B. P 82 137 19
Columbia Tp , W P 4 93 12
Spencer Township.,, ........ 161 173 60
Anderson Tp ,fi. ...... 48 165 13
Anderson Tp., 8. P. lot 210 46
Sycamore Tp., F.. P 60 148 39
Sycamore Ty., W.P............ 217 2"3 12
Symmes Tp 69 116 2
SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT.
H ARPS, TOWNSHIP,
Fonrtinth Ward. ........
Hixteenth Ward ..
Mlllcreek Tp.,I.. P .........
Millrreek Tp , W.P
Millcreek To Cllf. P
Sorinuftehl Tp, E. P........
Sprincllrld, W. P............
Delhi Tp., E. P. .,..... ,
Delhi Tp., W. P .
roa SHiairr. roa avimtob
WARPS, TOWNSHIPS, H
Fifth Ward ...........
Millrreek, S. E. P..
Millrreek, N. E P.
Millrreek, Clif. P...
Mill, reek, L P.......
allllcTeek, W. P....
Columbia, K. P...,.
Columbia, W. P
Anderson, N. P
Anderson, S. P
Sxamore. P.. P.......
Sycamore, W. P
II arriaon. .......
Delhi, K P
Dolhl, W. t
SprlUKfldd, W. P....
Sprintftit'lil, K. P....
First Wnrd 427 M3 lea
fecord Ward 413 399 loo
Third Ward ' 428 m Hal
Fourth Ward..... Wi 7II7 lf.l
Fifth Wnnl f.2 ,V.l li,2
Bixth Ward 3fU S.-4 134
Seventh Ward 673 394 TO
Fight h Warci..... .....
Ninth Wnnl .ait 933 3J
Tenth Word 1KB N14 34
Eleventh Ward 1243 71A1 62
Thirteenth Ward... 222 fins 32
Fourteenth Word.. 049 613 247
Seventeenth Ward. I.H 202 207
Millrreek, ft. V,. P. 202 on 4.1
Millrreek, r3. K. P. 70 149 27
Mill, reek, Olil'. P.. 1.13 124 IS
Millrreek, I. 1' ISS 97
Mlllcreek, W. P 3S6 20S
Colombia 80 149 2S
Columbia, W. P..... SO 90 13
Spencer 160 172 1)2
Anderson, N. P ... 49 1H2
Anderson, 8 P 103 208 49
Sycamore, E P 49 14.1 48
Sycamore, W. P 222 2.11 20
Symnies 09 111 7
Coleraln 2',2 4SS 7
(ireen ..... 30 831 43
Crosby 78 His 4
Hnrrrieon 173 211 4
Whitewater..- 13 142 10
Miami 130 129 33
Delhi, K P. ......... II! II 9
Delhi, W. P.......... 57 M 6
Btorrs 242 2"0 40
Springfield, K. W... 212 143 63
SpriUKneld, W. P.., 101 220 1
413 680 152 413 M 17
457 312 127 4i 307 163
4.31 637 1.38
838 668 157 325 (196 1.30
612 390 146 817 369 137
369 738 90 38.3 701 18
032 421 64 67S S-.7 63
4!S "93'i '"33 "iiii "93'i '"Si
l:!07 656 60 1229 669 S8
1222 727 69 1262 707 63
"232 "VCS "'25 "23'i "690 31
711 613 163 664 Ul 362
"64 '238 "lis "r5i "37'i "l89
169 93 66 195 88 54
36 117 36 73 147 34
130 1:12 11 149 126 19
132 lno ..... 1.32 99
385 315 24 S85 210 23
79 166 24 80 149 38
47 94 11 61 90 11
161 175 47 162 167 A3
49 Ml 16 48 163 17
91 226 43 103 209 48
63 139 43 64 140 40
330 249 40 3(6) 31)1 9
65 101 21 69 HI 7
234 436 7 234 436 7
SO Sill 41 367 332 43
79 168 S 78 108 4
173 211 4 173 211 4
US 143 10 105 143 10
136 143 33 129 149 2J
114 85 S 111 16 9
49 51 17 67 S3 6
237 394 33 230 fac 42
98 229 17 101 224 16
2U0 1.19 77 335 1--9 64
FOB CI.RRK. FRO. ATTOBNKT.
I f r ! f
620 1..4 483 530
379 174 t 75 290
690 161 484 6U5
663 161 371 673
334 164 57 ait
666 1:12 433 667
407 69 663 390
"889 Ji "622 "iiii
533 61 1244 632
747 67 1254 703
7,iK "38 "3sj "627
SMI 393 75 613
Ninth Ward ,
123 , I
Mill, reek, B E. P...
Millcreek N. E. P.
Millcreek, Clif. P..
Millcreek, L. P......
M. litre, k, W. P
Columbia, W. p....
Columbia, . P....
Anderson, N. P......
Anderson, 8 P..
Sycamole, E. P......
Sycamore, W. P....
135 1 41
. 44 364
Delbf; VV. PIJ
Storrs 1 t-....,
fcprinKneld, K. P...
. . 49
1113 ' 140
'49 ' 6
- 3Zt - 13T
1 .99 SA
4 tt v I,)
ItlvUlmnHiDO) 1 saw
smhs ewiit tnm umii naamwa
aoa. lunar, con is'ioa'i
First Va'd 4!3 &8S 164 413 ant 137
Bcond Ward......... 4'it 312 1.34 418 I9S 173
1 h.rrt v,..rt 411 , : 142 433 fm
F,.nrlh Wrrt 2 1 ' W9 li l",4 " IM 161
Fifth Ward.......... 634 .14 149 8J 363 18
Civil! We,H. 34 64 118 4(10 1:1
Seventh Ward hi7 894 65 675 39o 60
Ninth Ward..... ri (,.13 .m fv.) 413 23
Tenth W arT) uv.3 f..3 :ut 1243 3.VS r:7
Fleventb Wnrd 1214 Ti8 M 1219 7SJ 47
Twelfth Ward ,
1 hlrteei th V aril.. ri3 63 ' ri ir f :w .K
rVnrrrn th Waid... 670 52J 239 669 489
Slxte. nth W nr.l ; '
Seventeenth Ward. H.2 23.3 '20b "1V.3 lif.'l 21
Millr reek, S E l'... 20 1 91 44 21 92 , 2
Mill'n'f-k, W. K. P. 73 117 26 Kl 1(3 19
Mlllrroek, Cllf. P... ll i a 113 Wi 13
Mlllcreek,!,. P lf.3 98 l.M n
Millrietk.W P 3.H4 2119 24 2 213 23
Columbia, F.. P.... t2 KO 28 81 13 J
Columbia, W. P 4H 03 12 41 wi 9
rpcnrer..... 162 170 62 H',2 168 63
Anderson, N P 47 163 17 47 lr.2 17
Andereon, S P I03 IVI Irrj 2ns
Syrsni.-re, E. P 49 118 40 47 143 44
Sv reinore, W. P 213 231 18 237 V 19
Swnmns... - 39 Ml 7 39 114 7
Colersin 231 4.W 7 234 4.9
(freer .. ,163 ,ra 41 361 336 41
Cro.l.y 78 Ilia 4 78 108 4
Harrirmi... 171 213 4 171 213 4
Whitewater 1114 113 10 106 11.1 9
Minn, I 133 H 22 130 119 32
Delhi, F. P 113 83 I III u 7
Delhi, W. P...... .38 36 s 67 53 6
Stoirs 232 301 M 260 272 40
Spilnuneld, W. P.. 99 223 16 99 22 16
Bprluijfield. K. P.. 2'o, 1:12 r.i 217 13i 62
roa st.nvf.roB. ron conoNi-.a.
Second Word. ......
Millrreek, 8 F, P...
Millrreek, N. F-. P...
Mll'rieek, Clif. P...
Columbia, K. P
Columbia, W. P
Anderson, N. P
Anderson, H. P......
Svcnmore, K. 1'
Sycamore, W, P....
By m ines................
Delhi, K. P
Delhi. W. P
Snrinirflcld, F IK...
Springfield, W. P..
0 a n n w
? I" i R &
1 j f f g I
462 .3ts 176 433 .71 170
477 279 163 IV3 292 173
4'0 Sir 138 462 6-18 I'd
.',L'l 371 162 M .372 161
.33.3 327 163 6.15 310 178
391 1.31 171 3el CM 12(1
673 3'.K) 67 676 378 79
"fi'1'3 "ii'i ' "37 fii'i "(ii'f 'iii
1231 363 40 12id Sl'.l :i
1240 m M 1234 683 61
"ir? S43 "Si "330 6i :a
712 462 238 662 494 262
"i; "i'S "iiii "2.37 iiii
189 67 78 2O0 88 48
89 113 37 63 139 41
130 119 16 1.34 121 13
1.34 61 1.38 91
,K3 203 23 881 227 28
85 133 28 79 148 29
49 90 13 49 90 13
164 169 62 162 160 32
48 161 17 47 162 17
104 l"fl 30 98 207 60
32 137 42 49 143 43
230 232 18 248 230 211
39 111 7 39 l'.l 7
232 4'7 7 232 433 7
366 337 43 3. 3:6 44
78 1(16 4 76 108 4
172 211 - 4 171 213 3
10.3 136 10 103 110 10
131 119 22 131 149 32
111 8.1 9 111 81 10
66 33 67 61 6
217 276 40 262 264 40
222 1st 62 218 13 9
1(10 225 17 98 226 17
D1RKCTOR ro. IKIMBM'T.
9 ? ff
438 66 169
467 297 152
461 624 1.33
832 573 159
633 361 148
674 .... 60
"iii'i "oiS ""'30
13A 606 86
1255 707 65
"im "663 ""31
6U.1 499 173
"179 "357 "iS
llJ 93 38
68 172 It
126 165 3
1.32 100 . .....
3.S4 315 22
91 . 145 20
47 92 12
162 169 62
47 162 17
103 208 49
49 145 43
339 2i,0 19
69 111 7
247 460 9
356 814 St
78 1.17 4
173 211 4
105 110 10
1.1 149 32
111 84 9
M 5e 6
245 2S7 35
213 142 61
93 227 14
Seventh Ward..,.. ...
Millrreek, 8. E P..
Millcreek, N. T. P
Mlllcreek, Clif P
Millcreek, I.. P....
Mlllcreek, W P...
Columbia, E. P.......
Columbia, W. P.........
Anderson, N. P........
Anderson, 8. P
Sycamore, E. P
Sycamore, W. P.........
Harrison . ....... ....
Delhi. K. P.......
Delhi, W. P -
Sprlnglleld, V. V
SpriUKneld, W. P
The Latest Returns
The following are the latest returns we
have received by telegraph :
Zaneaville City 200 Democratic majority;
heavy Republican loss.
Norwalk Brinkcrhoff and Sherman 284
majority; a gain of 67 over Dennison's vote.
Lorain county, 13 townships, Brinkerhoff
1,400 majority; a gain of 300 over Dennison's
Scattering returns from Huron and Sum
mit counties, show Republican gains over
last Governor's vote.
Columbus Galloway, (Rep.) for Congress,
40 majority; a gain over last year of 346.
Lancaster Martin's majority 241; Demo
cratic loss of 75.
Miami County Horton's majority 1,300.
Chillicothe and Scioto Townships Demo
cratic gain of 11.
Supreme Judge Smith 904; Brinkerhoff
Congress Hatchins (Democrat) 776: Trim
ble (Republican) 768. Republican gain of
Springfield Township gives Hutchins 39
Vilniington, four townships Republican
mnjority 2H0; Republican gain of 82.
Circleville City and three townships
Cox's majority 311; large Democratic gain.
Cleveland City and Cuyahoga County
Republican gain of 1,300.
Summit County, twelve towns Republi
can gain 450.
Lorain County Republican gain 300.
Scattering returns from towns in the
northern part of the State indicate the sue
cefs of the Republican State Ticket.
Washington Marietta City and township
complete; Brinkerhoff 671; Smith 521; Demo
cratic gain of 112.
Congress Cutler (Ren.) 698; Jewctt(Dem.)
4S6; Democratic gain or 12. Reports from 4
additional townships give a Democratic gain
Spring&cld City Republican maj, 225;
Republican gain, 50.
Defiance County, 3 townships Steadman,
(Dem.) for Congress. 92 maj.: Republican
train of 42. Defiance Township gives 36
Sandusky 8 townships heard from.
Smith's maj., 491; whole Democratic county
Huron County, 8 townships Republicans
Erie County Berlin Township,150 Repub
Columbus Cox is re-elected to Congress
by about 7b0 rraj.
Sandusky County York Township, Re
publican maj. 113.
Toledo 3 wards, Republican maj. 233.
Republican gain, 128.
Lucas County Washington Township,
Republican maj. 90; Republican gain, 4f.
Summit County Republican majority 150;
Republican gain 700.
Portage County Republican majority
1,000; Republican gain 400.
Butler County Seven town ships and three
wards in Hamilton give Yallandighain 807
majority; Democratic gain of 83.
' Zanesville Muskingum! County, as far as
heard from, gives Jeweft, (Democrat) for
Conmrtjas, 300 majority; a Democratic gain.
Brinkerhoff is about 300 behiud his ticket. '
, Athens County Five townships give lior
ton, (Republican) for Congress, tk3 majority,
Republican gaia 300. Five additional town
ships give Uorton 445 majority, an additional
Republican gaia of 60, ...
" lJighland Covntv, UadisOB - Township
Brlukerhotniy majority. Murphr. (Repub
Uciuk) rorC.Bgr.au, liX mnilj. .
Shelby Ctinsfty Rives Utlen Ylfelai 't
Congress, 92 toaiorifT.
Clark Comity, all ' tint one townaMp,f
Brlnkerhoff s majority a little over 8 JO. BaU.
hcethe Bute Ticket over HA Repubileasi
gain 160 to 2(K). -
Dayton i A . if. Mon tp (vrnery' Cotiify',
as far as hoard from, gives Craighead, (Rep.) :
ui uiiHrcee, auout ioij majority a gala or i
aisDut 90. -..'!'
(Vinnf T!,,bo4 o1.aa Tl.- T. , l. , .
, , . J -v.". aim Ayniiiucraia wiia
proliably -loct Sheriff and Connty Clerk, sir.
..u iiciuuii(na Hro miner aispamd to eon- 1
ccdo the election of Yallandighnm to Con-( '.-
gress. . , , :
Ko returns from Preble Connty.
Su-nnchanna County New MUford, Cur
tm Hi maj.; Oakland, 54 roaj Susquehanna,
58 maj.; Great Bend, 70 mnj.i Lnnesboro, CO
maj.; Sfontrose, 158 maj Bethlohemboro,
Foster's majority 43 and Fromaosburr, B8
Wayne County Honcsdale, 78 majority
Luzerne County ThTnonth Township,
Curtin 7:i majority. Pittston Townshiii,
,u-"o -o iiiao.ruy. n phi i iLwnn. i.nrLi
74 maiority. 'PittMinro'. Curtin 41 maioritr.'
', First Ward, Curtin 85 majority ,
T i rrl W.rrl r.i.. i r: ' .
1 . r. - UJ,VI A IlllllVllLJ. JXIUITOMMA-
lxro', Curtin 45 mnjority.
Monroe Connty Stroodsboro', Curtin 16
mnjority. Stroudsburg Township, Foster
Blair County Tyrone, Curtin 28. Sny
der, Curtin 28 mnjority. .
Lancn?tcr City, roster 20G. Westfall
Township, Foster 60 majority. Shohulav
l oster 54 mnjority. Tyronesboro' and Soy
dergivc Curtin 148 majority. The Demo
cratic gain, compared with last jears' vote for
Auditor, is said to bo 2ft0.
Northampton County Xazarctuboro
Democratic pnin of 11.
Bnthboro, Foster 10 majority; Democratic
loss of 5. " .
Little Hanover, Fo?f cr 48 mnjorif r.'
Doyiestown, Buck County, gives Foster 83
Durham Township gives Foster 13 major-,
ity; Democratic lossof 14.
Ducunnonboro, Perry County, gives Corti
Union County will gie Curtin 800 major
ity; a Democratic loss ot'22.
T Bedford gives Foster 127 majority; largo
Lancaster City Democratic gain 600. Ia
four other townships the Democratio losa
Johnstown, Cambria County, Curtin 28
Wilkecbarre North Ward, Curtin 28 ma
jority; South Ward, 20 Majority for CnrUn,
South-west Ward, Foster 10 majority.
Ham'slmrr City Foster, lw? majority.
The county will givo from 1,000 to 1,200
mnjority for Curtin.
Blair County About 750 majority for
Curtin. A Democratic gain of over 400.
Huntington Curtin, 700 majority. , A.'
Democratic loss of 220.
Susquehanna County Five towns gtvw
Curtin 440 majority. Republican majority
In this county last year was 718.
York Connty Yorkboro gives Foster 10A
majority. A Democratic gain of 406.
Philadelphia. 10 P. 11. The impression
is gaining ground that Curtin is elected
Philadelphia 11 P. if. The following an
reported majorities for Curtin: Chester
Connty 1,200, Blair County 900; Allegheny
County 6,300; MiHlin County 227; Lancaster
County 4,500 and Erie Connty 2,300. It il
said ork County gives 1,300 and Cambria
County 600 maj. for Foster.
11:30 P. M. The majority for Foster ia
city will range from 3,000 to 4,000.
First District Lehman (Douglas Dem.) ia
Fourth District Kelley (Rep.) probably
Third District Verree (Ren.) probabljf
Philadelphia Midnight. .The following ia
the vote or this city, as far as heard from:
Fourth Ward Curtin, 975: Foster, 1,7S. '
Fifth Ward Curtin, 997; Foster, 1,670. .
Eleventh Ward Curtin, 1,125: Foster 1
420. ii i
Fourteenth Ward Curtin, 1.9C9; Foster.
The following are reported majorities:
Northampton County Foster, 1,600 nvaJ.
Cartoon County Foster, 400 majority.
Monroe County Foster, 1,200 majority.
Lehigh County Foster, 500 maiority.
Thompsonaboro Curtin, 32 majority.
Jack son boro Curtin, 68 majority.
Wyoming Foster, 82 majority.
Covington Curtin, 29 majority.
Abington Township Curtin, 127 maj.
Col. Scranton, for Congress, in Lucerne
County, has 1,500 majority. He runs ahead
ot his ticket.
Philadelvhia. October 181 A. V Th
following are reported Democratic losses:
i 1, r. . . , . , "
uciika uuuuijrj 1U AW WWUBUipS, OA.
The following are reported Democratio
gains: Cambria Connty, 325; Blair Countr.
25; York County, 1,080. "
Philadelphia, 1:30 A. if. First Ward.
Curtin, 2,2,5; Foster, 2,008; Democratic gala
Sixteenth Ward Curtin, 1,657; Foster.
1,717. , '
The political clubs of all parties are marck- -ing
the streets with torch-lights and music:
The Republicans are cheering over Cur
tin's success in the State; the Bell mac over
Foster's increased vote in the city, the Demo
crats over the success of their county ticket,
and the Douglas men particularly over th
election of Lehman to Cowrress in the First
District. The forth Amtriean newspaper
office is illuminated with the word "Victory,"
in gas-lights. The city is alive with excite
meut. Additional returns from eight town- '
ships in Alleghany County give Curtin 884
majority, a gain of 585. Curtin's majority
in the county is now 5,690, and It will prob
ably reach 7,000.
The following are the latest returns that
have reached us :
Elkhart 70 Republican maiority.
St. Joseph County 700 Republican, ma
jority. Allen County, four towns heard from
Republican gam on the vote of 1858, 190.
Monroe County, Blooming-ton Township .
Lane 21 majority.
Fort Wayne Republican gain 264 Re- '
publicuns claim the county. .
Indianapolis Vote In this city about 700)
larger than ever before. A large Republi
Marion county Warren township, Demo
cratic gain 60.
Delaware county One township, Repub
lican pain 39.
Richmond city Repnbllcan majority 663.
Wayne county Reported 200 majority for ,
Sixth District Porter (Rep.) for Congress
500 to 700 majority.
Putnam county One township -Republican
Randolph connty One precinct Republi
can majority 23.
Wabnh county Wabash, town and town
ship, Lane of amujority 414; a Republican gaia
Laporte county Six townships Republi
can majority 700, which is a gain. .
Wayne County 6 townships, Lane 870 i
maj.; Republican rain of 302.
Hancock County Brandy wine Townshtp.
Democratic maj. 66.
Marion County 3 additional townships.
800 Republican loan Republican gain 107.
The following Republican members of
Congress are certainly elected: Third Dis
trict, W. M. Dunn; Fifth District, J. W. Ju
lian; Sixth District, A. G. Porter; Kinth Di-;.
itict, ocuayier ioiiax; lentil UuitrKf, sir,
Mitchell: Kiebth District. Albart S. White:
Eleventh District, Mr. Shanks; Seoond hit- .
trict, Jno. S. Davis (Ind. Whig probably, '
ine r our in and Seventh districts arc duuoi-.
ful. I : , . , . ' k ' ' i
It is generally conceded that the entire ,,-
Republican State Ticket is elected. . ' ... j
- TlieKi publUan aiajoritviu alarioa Count r a
sll reach Wkj to l.Otki. ', 4 I'"
; LajKirte Count reported I,UQ0 EepuUIctA ,
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