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tblrd dlstrlat, Wat elected by Uto major".
Ity and Hwann, democratic! candidal In
the fourth district, elected by 1124 J
Thomas, democratic candidate for con-"
gross in tho tlxlh district, wa"elcted by
760 majority. '
M.1NOIH OENI'IIAL 11A'K0AD.
T1IAIN8 LKIVK CAIIIO
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168 !M7-tf. .Iahi'.h .Johnson, Agent.
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ST. LOUIS A.Si) IK )N MOUNTAIN
Atfusui luttlt.N JIAILKOAD.
Omiilbtibc, arrive at and dcpirtfrom the
om u i-ornerNovenlh street noil Commcr-
n il nvcnniiu' iiiuim 111 :
Texa Ktprcsw leave Dally nt 1:00 n. in
n I nriltei nt .'l:0O a. in.
Through 1'rclKlit leaves Dally except Hun.
day, at .1 W 11. m-, and arrive ut 'i-M p. m.
uin: "ii i.iui in 1 cm ami ArKaim.
HVKNTY lOtnllOUKSLXNSHIAN IIV ANY
'I iiio from I alro to l.lttlo Itook 15 liotir.
1 1 uxnrcaiia -1 liourn.
To.felTL-rann, Texas, '25 hours
Tj Hlirercport, Louisiana, llionr,
To JUIU,, Ti'Xat, 'in hour.
To llearue, Texai, ,19 hours.
To lloiKton, T w, 41 hour.
To (J.'Uvetlon, Texai, 41 hours.
It Aitki.i., Oh Iff Ktijrlnwr.
( . V. Hr.ijUK.Miiouwi, Agent, Colro.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. Ill
MIKO, EVANSVILLE, INDIAN-
Al'ULIS, CINCINNATI AND
Dl IITI.KS UOUItS EACH WAY, AND
ALL DAYLIGHT ItCNd.
Indianapolis and Cincinnati Express,
t.nvei Cairo 6:00 A. M
Arrive Janiil 10:05 "
la M. I.011U and Southeastern It. It.
Arrives l.vainvlllc 3Mv. M.
Arrive Vlnccnnen i";45
Via Indianapolis and Vlnctniitu, It. It.
Arrive. IndlatiapolU 70 p. M.
Ma Olil'i and Mltti'tlppl It. It.
Arrive North cnion
Arrive , uic'niibtl
I.i avi'f l luclmiatl
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81 A. M.
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WOUND OITr XCCOUMOUATIOM.
cavca .'a1ro KM a od S:00 P. M.
" Mound City 1:10 and r:M '
Mound City accomodation .rnni U'ediic
day and Saturday.
Maklnc cbe connortloti" to and from all
point K.iU and North, at Indlanapollx and
i incinnaii, ana to aim irom an poiiik
outU and Wfft ot Cairo hy rail and
M. II (iDoniucil, 1J. I.. Mokiiii.u
(JcnT Ticket Ag't. (leneral hupH.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
No. 70 Ohio l.vrec, CAlltO, ILLS
HTpBcUl attention given to consign
menu and tilling order. ll-'i tt
Cairo 3ox and J3asket Co.
OK AM. KINDS, HARD AND HO FT,
Connor 3 1th Street
Mill and Ya
ami Ohio Lcvce.
The "Modal for Progress."
At Vloniiii. 1873.
mc IUirbCBt Order ot "Medal" Awarded
at the Exposition.
NO SEW1N0 MACHINE RECEIVED A
PKW nOOW REASONS:
1. A New Invention thoroughly teiled
i .....,.1 Kr l.nttnrn Piltfitlt.
-Uki ai PKItPKCT licfc'SUUh, alike
on hot'i bi.lun. uii all kliulaol irooda.
a.-Huii I.Uht, Miiootli, Noliielfjs, and
lliiplil linn ooiniiinaiion oi iuauiii:.
Durable- Hun lor yoara without re-
Pll!.-VIII do all vurltlmof Work and Fanoy,
Stltelilngln uSUlicrior manner.
0 U most oaUly lminascd by tho opera
i n..n, (ifuiftch mav be altored while
runnliiL-.uiui inaeiiuiu cuh iiuiumuu mvu
aut pasnlntf thread throiiyb hplc.
7--l)elSn Simple. Ingonloufl, Wegant,
lormlntf the ulltch without the uio of Co'a
Wheel Gears, notary Uama or Lever Arnia.
lias tho Automatlo Drop t eed, which In
mroh unironn leoKth of Htltch at any ypecod
'im our new Thread Controller, which fol
lows eay movement of noodle-bar and
nroventa Injury to throad.
1 B.-Construetlon inobt carelul and I n
lulicd. Uii mauufactuiert by the most nklll
lul an I experienced iiiachnnlct, at the colo
...... i iivuiNriTDN' Aiimouy. Il.VON. h, .
i'..i.inrn oiUi'n ol tho company, S17 State
Street Chiciifo, III. au-iWI-d&w-lm,
1 LncoMsir.itctAL AV-
lfcWr.SlE.-l L. Will-
' hams. Dentist. Iiaa alwaya on
t i iv..ii. kiinn v or uru u&mu m
IuisulDg Oaj. Teelh
hours, day awl nUlit.
extracted at al
A NEW IMPROVED
DoWIlfall Of th.6
Party. Large Democratic
Even Massachusetts Has
Gone Back on the
Glory Enough Tor a Cen
The mult of lha election la Cairo ii
giren below la detail.
North Cairo precinct rote.l ai follow! :
Carroll, Domocrat 303
ltidgvray, Itepubllcan 'ibO
Democratic majority 20
fiTATK SUrSKI.VTI.HDEXT PUJILIC IStTBCC-
Etter, Domocrat 312
I'owelly, Itepublican 1181
Dam ocralic majoilly 38
Hartzell, Democrat 293
Clement, Kepublicao V97
Damoeraltc majority 1
ron Tilt LIQI3LA.TUBX.
Albright i, ., 23
Krob , vy '-"
THorp ...T.T... l'J
Iniccre 762 J
CO HO NCR.
For Special Tax S8S
Agalnit Special Tax 113
In South Cairo Trocinct tho reult wai
ai lut.uni :
Carroll, Diinocrat 3CC
Kidgeway, itrpubllcao 220
Democratic majority U0
mjreuiNTK.NDi.NT runLto miTuugriOM
Etter, Democrat 370
I'owell, Kupublican '!
Demovratio rnJorlty 102
Ilartzell, Democrat ool
Clomonti, ltopub'.ican 203
Hopin i 133
Wll.nn 403 1
all tbe candidates
For Special Tax
Against Special Tax
Col. Winston loads
for tho legislature by a largu majority.
Ward, for coronor, has 395 votes, Ooss-
inaa Mi, anu uugau, ouo. . ,ii
loavea tho city with a plurality of I. Ho-
gun runt behind Oossman '20, and Ward
Newt from Vulaskl county Indlcatei
that Hartzell baa made largo tsaint.
Union county hat given probably 1,000
for UarUeli. Jonesboro give 1!08
majctlty and Uongola 13S.
Chicago, Oot. 3. lteturna from the
city and county indicate that the election
Ii democratic. Tho county ticket Ii elect
ed by 0,000 to 7,000 majority.
Ward in tho Second and Fariveli In tbo
Third diitrict, both republicans are re
elected by imall majorities, and Caulfield,
democrat, In the Firit dittrlct ii eiocted
by ft fair majority. Keturni from the
Hate at large are very meagre.butTodicate
that much icratcblng wai done in lotno
townei and countie.i. There are tereral
full republican mijoritiea in olhen, and
coniiderablo democratic galoi. bhelby
county reports Ave hundred majority for
Etter, democratic and independent can
didate for Superintendent of l'ublic
ichooli. Wllkioi, independent candi
date for coogrett, will probably carry tbe
county agalnit Eden, aemocrat. Scott
county report! Springer, democratic can
didate, a majority of 300. I'.ockford,
Winnebago county, with one. precinct to
bear from, givei Ilurlbut, straight repub
lican for concretises majority.
jt.LiKcoLH, III , Norember 4, 3 p. m.
Fire towm in thii (Logan) county ive
ltldgeway, republican, for treasurer, 43
majority, and Stevenson, domocrat, for
congrear, 73 mrjority.
1'r.ORU, III., Novembor 3 Whiting,
republican candidate for congress in tbo
Ninth district, bai from SO) to 1,000 ma
jority in this city. A largo republican
l)V QuotN, III, November 3. l'ink
coyvillu gives tbe republican candidate
for state treasurer l0, and Clementr. re
publican, for csngrett, 21 majority.
OiirsTKi, III, Nov. 4, 'i a. m.IIart
zell's voto for congress in this precint is
four hundred and thirty-five, Clements'
ono hundrod and thirty. Carroll, fur
state treasurer, four hundred voles.
CuiCAoa, II!., Novomber 3. lUturns
from the city of Chicago and the county
of Cook are still incomplete. Enough is
known to tecuro tbe election of tbe entire
oppoiitlon county ticket by a majority of
probably, 5C 00 ; but tho republican, it is
concood,; ro-elect Farewell in tbe second
and third Vard, and probably will elect
Smith in tbo tlrst congressional district.
Katurns forMbe state up to midnight indi
cate the following result on congreiiinon :
Fourth district, Ilurlbut, republican, re
elected. Fifth district, Ilurchsrd, republican,
Sixth district, Henderson, republican,
Seventh district, Campbell, democrat,
Eighth district, Ford, republican, re
elected. Ninth district, Wbiton, r cpubllcan,
Tenth district, Ilagley, democrat
Eleventh dlstrici, Wlko, democrat,
Twelfth district, Springer, democrat,
Thirtoentb district : Stovenson, demo
Fourteenth district: Canton, ropub
lican, re-obcted. '
Fiflbtoenlb district : EJon, dcmocrr.t,
Sixteenth district: Spark, domocrat,
Seventeenth district: Morrison, domo
EighteeDth district, Ilartzell, democrat,
Nineteenth district, Andorson, indepen
Tbe republican statu tickot is undoubt
edly olected, but it is impossible to say by
St. 1'a.ul, Nov. 3. Scattering returnt
from all partt of tho ttato aro receivod
but nothing definite. Tho voto of nlno
citlo is not yet reported at this hour,
10 p.m., though thorn it every probabill
ty that all throe republican congressmen
are elected by roducod majorities, ine
tupreme judge'i vote It genorally light in
tbo 3rd district. King, republican, for
Congress, hat 000 majority in ii towns.
Minneapolis will glvo him 1.8JJ, hnd at
Paul will probably glv 1,800 for Wilion,
democrat. Tho democrat mado a pretty
cleaa weep In tbo lower wards, wnicn
are generally repuoucan. auouiuu,
republican, for tbe legislature is defeated
bv F. 11. Delano, democrat, a defeat tho
ranubllcan aro vory oro over. Tbero
ran lin no Qitlm&to mado at vet a to the
complexion of tho legislature. Domo
crat crrled the city of Winona by an
average majority of 200.
Leavenworth, Kasbas, November 3.
.-H.turn. from a few prec.net. In
county and estimatei of tho city
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ... 1874.
1'arrott, reform candidate for congress,
700 majority, and Osboro. repnbllcant
for governor, at Leavenworth 1,500. A
light voto was cast,
Nkwtok, Ka.vsas, November 3. In
Ford county 110 v'otoa polled. Itepubll
can state ticket elerfod all through l'aw
ooo county. Osborn, 65 majorlly,' llrown,
for congress, 71 majority. Comanche
county gives Casey, for governor, 63 ma-
' ...i... . tr. i ... . t . i .
joruy. in iiarrey couuty ma uraigai
republican ticket is elected by a large
Ellis, Kan., November 3. Ellis
township gave Oitora CI majority (or
governor : Salter CI majority for lieuten
ant governor; Vhlllps for congross C2
majority j Stevens for state senator 72
majority; Murphey lor state representa
tive 20 majority.
Mkiudex, Kan, November 3. lie
form county and atate ticket elected by a
good majority, except congressman which
is a lie vote on l'arratt and Phillips.
D.teoit, Oct. 3 The usually largo
voto hat been polled throuhout tbe state.
Tbe returns show a considerable demo
cratic gain. Tin new constitution is over
whelmingly defeated. Tho women suf
frage amendment is also defeated, but
seems to havo received a larger voto than
was generally expectod. Indications are
that Williams, Democrat, is elected to
congress in the First district. Totter,
domocrat, in the Fourth, Ddrand, demo
cratic in tbo Sixth, "Waldrine, republican,
in tbe Second, Conger, ropuolican in tbo
Sovenlb, Hubtlo, republican, in tbe
Ninetb. Tbo Fifth district is claimod for
Williams, republican, but considered
IJ08TON, Mass., Nov. 3. A privato dls-
path to tbe Advertiser from Essex uys it
undeniablo tbat.Uenoral lsutler has
been defeated for congress by 1000 minor
ity, if not more
Henry L. Fierce, repuolican, Is elected
n tho third diitrict by a major
ity of ,1,742, with bis own ward to bear
from. Tbo congressional situation, at this
hour, 8 p. in., it summed up at follows by
republicans: Chapln, domocrat, in tbe
eleventh district, is elected by a largo
majority; Ayor, republican, In I'jo sev
enth district, doubtful; Willinmi, repub
lican, in tbe eighth district, doubtful;
Hoar, republican in tbo ninth district, Is
elected; Frost, republican, in tbe fourth
district, doubtful; Banki. Independent in
tbo fifth district, Is elected by a largo
majority; IS. W. Harris, republican, in tho
second district, and J. llulHngton, repub
llcan, first district, aro elected boyond
doubt. Tho democrats nlroady claim the
sUto lor Oatton, and tho republicans aro
waiting for further rolurnt. So far Tal
bot it ahead.
Hank hat a majority In tbe fifth district
over Good, who had n majority in 1872 of
4,439. Tbroo towns givo Talbot 10,412
and Oatton 1-1,030. Last year's voto In
these townt tjavo Washburne, U',678, Gas
"WonrusTKH, Mas., November 3.
Worcester glvos Gaiton, democrat, fur
governor, 4,010; Talbot, republican, 3,670.
UotToN, Mass, Novombor 3. Ninoty-
nlno towns, without Hotton, glva Talbot
124,519; Gaston, 21,093. Tho eamo town
last year gavo Wathburne iu,l4 ana
Gnston 10,818. Majorities against Butler
aro still rolling in. At Salem he was
uearly 1,000 behind hit tickot, and his do-
foat is overwhelming. In tho sovontn
and eighth congressional districts, as near
.... -1IMM1 - .1
at can bo ugurea oni, niit uu
Ayort aro both about 1,000 bohind tbo
democrats. At this hour tbo alroet aro
full of jubilant democrats, who ponltt In
bollovine: that Gaston it oleetoi. The
excltemenv Is greater than bat been known
Tho Journal glvos tho voto of ono bur-
dred and fifty-oigbt townt as toiiow! ;
Talbot, 43,008; Gaston, 40,318, with Eos.
ton not included. It concedes 0,000
jorlty to Gaiton in this city, and snyt
unless back towns como up nobly boforo
morning tbo rosult must bo tho election of
Gaston and tho defeat or all republican
candidatos tor cougrou except U. I
Fierce. U. W. Harrl and Jamoi Hulling
ton. Tbe Herald sayt Ayor is undoubt
odly defeated by Tarbox. Tho republl
can have oleutod 30 stale representatives
. , tun tnnators. and tbo domocratt 14
ronroiontatlvei and 3 lonators.
' . .i . . . 1
Tbe Traveler, ropuuuean, cuncouus tuu
ttato to Gaston.
Bohton. November .J. lioorgo F. Hoar
carrloi tbo ninth congressional district by
in tnninritr. Two towm to hear from
vet. which will notaltor results.
Gaston's election It conceded on all
tides, with a proimuio minority 01 irom
r. nnn tn 8 000, Fostor'a clecllon In tho
' -' . . , i.imi ,, ,i, .n
th!. j JjJ Ubadly b Men.
glvo win no vory tiu. s j
Thompson a has a, majority of of 1,051,
with one small town to hear from, lianki
has made a clean sweep In tho fifth dls
ttict. .lock has not carried a single
town except his own. llIUins and Al
exander aro also defeated by email ma
joritiei. Ayor is defoatod In tbo seventh
district Later return do not cbango re
suit foreshadowed In ear loo r roporli.
Milwaukkc, "Wis., Nov. 3. Koturne
indicato that the Itepublicans have eiocted
Williams in tbo first congressional dis
trict, Caswoll in tbo tcccnl, Mazoon in
the third, Kusk in tho sotca'.b, McDill in
tbo algbth. Democrats elect Llnde in the
fouith, Uurcbard in the fifth. Close In tho
sixth, and doubtful with tho chances in
favor of Kimball, republican. Tbero is a
strong probability that the republicans
will bavo a majority on joint ballot of the
legislature, thus securing a republican
senator to succeod Carpontcr. T'boro Is
but little doubt that republicans will have
a majority in tbe ttato at large.
Milwal'kes, Nov. 3. Tho legislature
is very cloio, but tho republicans prob
ably bavo a small majerity on joint ballot.
Tbe senate is probably democratic by two
majority. Tbo chairman of tho republi
can state central committee, claims a ran
jorty in tbo legislature, and tbo election
of six out of oigbt congressmen, vhbh
will preserve tho complexion of tho dele
gation in tbo present congress.
MEMHili. Oct. 3. Tho election to-day
was unusually quite, the democrats claim
a majority of ton thousand in tho city, and
tho election of Cole, Casey and Vuung to
congress, by 1,501) majority. His compe
titor, Hon. Harbour Lewis having carried
tbo district in 1872 by 3,700 majority, hit
defeat to-day is attributed to tho civil
rights bill and a well known conservative
of Col Young, many republicans, both
white and black, having votol and work
ed for tbo latter.
Memphis, Ten.v , Mov. 3. Democrats
claim 2.000 majority la tbo city, and
elect E. Casey Young to Congress bv
Little Hoc k, Ahk., Nov. 3. a full
voto polled ; Democrats secured First
and Fourth Wards, and I'.cpubllcans
Second and Third Wards; contest close.
Hyner, Itepublican, will probably carry
l'ulaski county; Wllthlro, Democrat,
Is running ahead in Saline county.
Tologramj to tho Appeal and Ava
lanche show that Caldwoll, democrat, Is
elected over Nunn in tbo i tneth dis
trict, and Whithoroi, democrat, in tbo
Sixth by 6,000 majority. Tho democrats
are jubilant over tho remits hero and
in tho cast.
Naiuville, 0:t. 3. Tbo election
patted off quietly, tho voto is light, at
least ono-fourth lest throughout tho state
than at,tho Augutt election. Tbo ttato
has gono democratic by from 25,000 to
30,000 mtjority,iand all the congressional
delegation except tbo First and Second
districts, which aro ('oubtful. Moth homes
of tbe legislature aro largely democratic.
The Conservative tickot In Davidson
county is elected by from 1,000 to 1,600
New Yohk, Nov. 3. Upturns from 100
district. Dlx, for govornor, 0.902, Til-
den, 14,630 votos.
Wlckham, democrat, considored elected
mayor by a gocd majority.
Smith Ely, Jr., domocrat, for congress
1.. 11 nni
was olected in tno un uuirici or .iuuw
majority. Two hundred and rour dls
trict! outsldo of tho city glvo a democra
tic gain of 3.508.
Tbo contest betweon Hays, democrat
and Jones, republican, for register is close,
to far ai known.
Fifty-four district outsldo of city glvo
a net gain of 1,213 for Tildon over last
Ueturns from half tho districts In tho
city glvo Tildon a majority of 23,000,
Jones, republican, for register, 6,000 ma
Two wards In Brooklyn glvo l,uco
democratio gain. King county llkoly to
givo 10.000 domocratio majority for Win
chester. Britton, who was displaced by
Gov. fix, it probably olootcd dlstrlot-at
Schonoctady county givos Tlldcn iuo
majority; Uathorn, republican, for con
gross, 20th dittrlct probably elected; Geo.
A. llagley, republican, ror congrwr, i
olected in tbo 22nd district; W. A,
"Whoelor, republican for congress, 14th
district will havo 0,000 majority, Wil
liams, republican, oloctod to congress in
tbo 17th district by 3,000 majority.
Tildcn will go out of tho city with be
tween 40,000 and 45,000 majority. Dem
ocratic ualnt in .101 district outside tl
tbo city will roach 0,000.
Piatt, republican, Is eiocted to congreia
from tbo 23th dlstrUt by ahout 2,000 ma-
NO. 27 0
Jorlty; Mead, democrat, elected to con
grcts in tho Clh district.
New ioiiK, Nor. 3. City complete
Ttldon, 87,218; Ix, 15,187. Wlckbatn
democrat, for mayor, 57,729; "Wales, re
publican, 37,339.' Ottondorfer, Inderond
ont, 64,772; Hayes, domocrat, for register.
01,03C; Jon os, republican, 71,425.
Utica, N. Y Nor. 0. Lord, democrat
for congrcis estimated to have J,000 ma,
Jorlty In this city and it probarly o'ect-
Dunkirk, N. Y., Nov, 3. Dix' ma
jority, 433, republican gain, C85.
I'ouoiiKEEPfitE, N. Y., Nov. 3. City
roturnt complete. Tildon received 648
majority, a Democratic; caln of S71.
Booneville, Mo., Nov. 3. In tho
township election Gontry rocoived 330
majority. In Madison county 1,000
votes woro cast, of which tho Democratic
ticket received 700; People's ticket, 300.
Anthony, Independent Democrat, elect
Gentry hat 330 majority In ltaonoville
Piorco City Lawroncs county bis
gono democratic and all aemocratto can
didates are olected, oxoept senator; demo
crats claim (mall gain in this county.
"Warrenaburg Nothing defintto from
the difleront townships, but from indica
tion! and count to far tbe entire demo
cratic county ticket is olected. The ma
jority for tbe democratio state ticket is at
least 300. The voto In tho county will
fall COO abort of resgittration.
Ferguson, Mo. Democratic 3Ute
tickot running well ahead.
Pacific Pooplo's ticket carried. Ma
jority In Bates township, GO; franklin
cjunty from 2,600 to 3,000.
Springfield Groen county has gone
terribly mixed, but It Is suppostd tbo
democrats nro ahead and havo electod
Sturgeon Hardin, 328;
democratic gain, 8.
Krodoiicks town About
cast. Democratic state ticket
700 and People's tickot near 3U0,
Nkw Orleans, La., Nov. 3. Tbo re
turns this morning Indicato 13,000 demo
cratic majority in this city. Gibson In
tho 1st and Ellison in the 2nd congres
slonal districts, each co out of tbo city
with over 0,000 majority, and tbelr elec
tlon It regarded at cortuln, they alto
claim tbo olectlon of Lovy, in tbo 4th,
Spencer in tbo ulh and Mooro In tho 0th
Additional roturnt favorablo to con
servatives; Indications aro that tliSy will
eloct Uvo congressman and state troaturor.
Domocratt now claim tho election of 08
members of legislature 55 halnu Uo ma
Mo.ntoomekv, Ala, Novombor 3.
In this city the Democrat! claim 800 gain.
Eukaula, Ala , Novombor 3. A rlet
occurred hero at tho polls to-day at noon,
originating in an attempt by ono negro to
whip nnothor negro for voting tho demo
cratic tickot. Tbo assailant drew a pistol.
Tho rosult was thrco uegroei killed, four
mortally, seven terlously and eight
tllghtly woundoJ. Flvo or tlx hundred
shots woro fired.
Moiiile, Ala., November a. Tho city
and county of Mobile havo gono demo
cratio by about 1200 majority. Two riots
woro caused by negroes attempting to res
cuo a negro ropcator from tbo United
Statot manhal. Two negroes woro killed
and ono white roan wounded.
Lexinoton, Ky Nov. 3. Blackburn,
democrat, for congress, hat 211 majority
In tho city ; republican majority In Aug
Louisville, Nov. 3.- Election In thlt
city wai tbe nulotott over known, and
only about a ono fourth vote wet polleo,
E. Y. Pariont, domocratio nominee bas
about throe thousand majority over Gray
and Wood, Independent democrat!. No
ArmiHTA. G.. November 3, Alexan-
s v - - , ,
dir II. Stopliont was oieoieu iu cont'"
almost without opposition.
Savanvaii, Ga, Novomber 3.-Jullan
HartrlJg, tbo democratic candidato for
congress, was eloctod by 3000 majority.
Auciu&ta, Oa Novomber 3 Caudlln
democratic candidato In tbo sixth district
and McMillan democratic candidato in
tho ninth district, aro olected by largo
Baltimoke, Md, November. 'l-O' Brien
democratio candidate for congress, In tbo
Dttuso.v, Texai, November 3.-J w
Throckmorton, democratio candidate for
congress, rccoived 281 vote 1 Sumner.
republican, 14. Cram, democratio candl
date for utato tonator, receivod 281 vote
over nil tho other candidate.
PnoviDENCB, It. I, Novembor 3
Benjamin F.amea wat eletted U AQsgrett
In tho first district and Latlm,r -yv. Dal.
'mi In the itcond both "republican!.
There waa a light vote cast. Eatn' mal
iorlty wai 1408 and Hallou't 1001.
Sax FnANCJsco, Cai., ilfliemW 3
Tbo election In Nevada to-day waa eon
ducted quietly. Most all placet ot bail
nets, all mines and laleona cloied. No
return recelvol yet.
Uutlahd, VI, November 3 Dennlson 1
I elected to congreia over FeWdllhout
doubt by a largo majority.
IticuMOND, V., November 3. TIiU
city gavo "Walker, conaervaiivacandldato
for congress, 1848 majority. '
Ciiablmto.v, S. C, Novomber 3.
Tnf city give Green, fushion candidato
tit govornor, 6,000 majority.
PiiiLADiLriiu, Pa., November 3.
Monroe county estimated democratio by
And Dealer In
Lirue, Cement, riastcr,Hair, Ac.
J3TI will sell In car load lots at manufac
turers pricea, adding freight-
COFFEY, IIARK1SON& CO.,
(.Successor! to D. Kurd & Son,)
aki Commission Merchants,
rLOUB.HBAIH AND HAT.
No 03 Ohio Leviw. OA1RO. ILLfl
Wood Rittenliouse & Brother
Genkral Commission Meuchant,
183 Ohio Jjcvec, Cairo.
ii. A. Thoma 1 I. Tioiat
THOM8 & BROTHER,
tiuocetosn to H. ILUulen,
MtAitii and Fancy Clrwcerlea,
foreign and DomesUo
fruits .Ajsrm nrxrus
131 Commercial Avenue,
OAIRO. - - ILLINOIS.
NJ3W tflMH UTUrtK,
WUOLKSALK AND RETAIL,
lahqbmt vabibti- stook is tub citt
GOODS BOLD VEHY OLOBB.
Jornrrof MtnetMntb alrtaiel Ooaa
U. O. 1'A.TIE.U
MILLER & PARKER,
LaOUH, CORN, OATS, HAY.Ac;
Agorifs for Fairbanfc Scale.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS,
JOHN B. PHILLtS &,SON.
lSuccchor to John B. PhlUis,)
FORWARD ING MERCHANTS,
MEAL, BRAN, Ac.
Agents for Laflin 4 Rand Powder Company.
COB. TENTH ST. A OUIOLEVEE,
W. Stratton. ,,lr'1
STRATTON & BIRD
Agonts Amcricau Towdcr Company
ST OHIO LEYJSS. CHJXO.