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OFFIOB, BTTXiXjTUST BtTXX.PIlrC3-, OOI&. 13TH STEBBT A.3STX) WA8HI1TGTOK' AVENUE
JOHN H. OBBRLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER G. 1872:
RETURNS FROM TIIK DIFFER
OREELEY CARRIES LOUISI
ANA BY ABOl'T 12,000.
THE LIBERAL STATE TICKET
HEAVY REPUBLICAN (JAINS
COL. GKOSVKNOK ELECTED
TO CONGRESS FROM.
THE LIBERALS CAltKY OEOR
01 A AND ALABAMA.
NEW YOJIK STATE DOUBTFUL
SUSAN H. ANTHONY I K POSITS
HER It ALLOT.
INDIANA FOIl OKA NT HY f.,000.
Imported Especially Tor the lllillelln.
Rochester, N. Y. Nov. 1. Till
.in. ut mi mrly hour, Suiuti li An
thony and clifht other litnnki, wiu in m
bvdy,tolliu iulli,iii(J proetiled their votes.
iuu inspectors received tliu votes miiu
deposited luein in tho-uoxus. 1 litre were
eighteen women registered in thu mine
Skw Yokk, Nov. I. Numerous arrest
weru made up to liulf past ten o'clock at
the polle, mutt of tl.cm upon wurrniils is
sued by u comiiiitsioricr on charges of
Mtn registration, lho rest were lor viri
St. Louis, Nov. i. Dmpatchot from
New Orleans, speaking of thu election
yesterday, say it was quiet and orderly
throughout the state. The number of
votes polled in this city, is between 35,000
and 40.00C. Thu I'lcnunu saysthe entire
vote of the parish of Orleans 'was USfi'U.
Majority fur tho Liberals nnd Democratic
fusion estimated at l'J.UoO. Thu slate fu
sion ticket is probably elected. Thu times
estimates in this city'tt majority for Gree
ley and Drown of 11,0110. Thu Liberal
Uto committee claim heavy gains in the
interior, and heliuvu their candidate will
comu to tho city about even, leaving them
a clear majority of 12,UU0 in thu tUte.
A dispatch dated at noon snys, indications
point strongly to 12,000 or 15 000 mnjority
in tho statu fur Orceley and tliu Liberal
candidate for governor. Wnrinnth this
morning has nodoubl but Greolcr's ma
jority in tho Unto will bo 15,000.
St. Louis, Nov. o, VI precinct in this
county give Orant 3,65'Jj Ureeley C,&5ti;
O'Conor Ml. State ticket hu not yet
Camkkon, Mo, Nov. 5. Ullntun town
ship give Grant 207; Greeley 100; O'Con
nor C. 1'arker, Kepublicati for congress,
Jkkkkiiso.v City, Mo., Nov. 6. This
county is very close nnd will require offi
cial volo to determine tliu result. Grant
will probably curry it by u small majority.
Nk.w Yohk, Nov. 6. Several ladies
voted in thu Seventeenth ward.
7;20 i'. M. One hundred and two city
districts heard from giving Greoley 4,000
majority, indicating that his majority In
the city will not exceed 25,000. Kornan
ran largely ahoad ot Greeley and proba
bly received tho bulk of thu Apollo Hall
voto. Roth undoubtedly defeated In the
State. Grunt piobably curries tliu state by
from 30,000 to -10,000.
I'ohtland, Mil, Nov. 5. Portland
gives Grant n net gain of 904 over thu
Rephblican voto of September, and Lewis
Uanoou, Me., Nov. This city given
Grant a majority of IHW againt i2 lor
Perham in September.
Ciucaoo, Nov. 5. Tho election through
out tho city was unusually quiet, and it i
thought tho aggregate voto will bo full on
account of tho numerous candidates for
aldermen in various wurds. Any specu
lation nt to tho gonoral result would bo
tho merest guess work, as by law In this
tato no votes can bo counted until thu
polls am closed, nnd tho hour of closing is
tlxcd nt 7 p. m. Tim Journal say it Is
tho impression than Grant has carried tho
city by a handsomo majority, but that
of Oglcsby, Republican candldato for gov
ernor, is doubtful.
Memphis, Nov. G. The election passed
off very quietly. A heavy votu was
polled, Riid it is probable tho cntiro clti
ion's ticket for tho legislature, put for
ward in opposition to tho regular Demo
cratic ticket, is elected. Maynard, Re
publican candldato for congress at largo,
will carry this county, wlulo the contest
between Hayncs Democrat, and Lewis
Kopublicnn, for congrots, will bo vory
Dktroit, Nov. 0 Partial returns Indi
cate nearly 1,00(1 majority for Orant in
Nashua. N. H.. Nov. 6 Tho Republi
cans claim Now Hampshire by l,brJ0 to
Philadkli'Hia, Nov. 6. Twenty wards
in this city give Grant 30,000 majority.
Nino wards yot to hear Irom.
Ralkwh, N. O , Nov. B. ltaloiirh ulves
Grant 01!0, gainof8!4 on Caldwell's voto.
Balmbuty Kives urant 1 1 majority, a gain
mi fluid well's voto.
Nkw Yokk, Nov. 5. Fourteen election
districts in this city givo Dlx for governor
1.143. Kcrnnn 1.075. Fourteenth ward
of Brooklyn gives Orceley 1,347 majority;
llnmoeraUo loss 240. NeW lorU filEIIlll
lusembly district gives Greoley 4.037,
Grant 3,030; Tenth district gives Oroeley
' Nw Haven. Nov. 5. Now Haven
elves Greoloy 4,700, Grant 4,651, O'Conor
42: Kepublicati gam i,uu over souo.
ThtnV Fourth and Fifth wards stand the
ame as In August. Halifax county shows
finntoFratlvo sain of 13. All estimates
of gains will be based on tbo voto of
August last. . ,
nni.viLLi. Ky.. 6. Tha official
voU In this olty gW Grant majority o:
205. Partial returns from ! other pre
cincts, givo Orant 000, Oreoloy 503, and
indicating a majority in the county of
about bOO. Tho total vote In tho county
for Orant will bo over 2,300, a gain of
one hundred. The total voto in thu county
for Greeley will bo about 1,000; n falling
oft" of about C00 from AuguU elections,
llrown for congress will recoivo about the
samo voto us Orceloy,
Dktroit, Nov. 5. The Indication! aro
that Michigan will give tho Republicans a
majority or at least 30,000. Great Interest
is lull in tho roiult for congressman of tho
Kin, district, which includes Detroit.
Tho result cannot bo known until a Into
I.NDlA.VAi'OMe, Nov. r, Election re
turns are coming in slowly. In thothlrty
two townships and wards hoard Irom
show a net Republican gain over Hend
ricks for governor in October, of 008.
Tho comparisons on tho presidential voto
will all bo maao on the votu for governor
in October, which gave Mr. Hendricks,
Democrat, h majority of 1,148. In thu
returns thus far rocoived, twonty-ninu
townships and wards clvo thu Republicans
gain of Oil, and in three townships and
warns llio uurnocrats aln tblrly-lhrce.
llAimomi, Conn.. Nov. 5. Now Krlt-
Ian, for Grant, 1,140; for Greeley. 782,
Wilminuton. N. C. 'Nov. ft. Unoffi
cial returns from all the wards. Wash
ington will Kivo Orant l00 maturity. Con
servative tain 140.
Nkw Ioiik. Nov. 5. Sixth district
fives Greley 3,131 and Grant 1,030.
Thirteenth districtgives Greeley 2,"OJ and
Orant 3,200. This flute, lol towns
and districts outside, givu u net gain for
Orant of 1,400. City returns Irom 21
election districts give Lawrence for mayor
l.OBU, u Urien 47i and Huvemeycr 1,1Uj.
Haiiti'ohd. Conn. Nov. 5. Helurns
from sixty towns, including IlArtford,
New Haven, New Ilritain, Mcriden and
v aieroury, givo orant 134'J majority.
South IJknii. lnd Nov. 5. This city
gives Grant 1,403, and Greeley 085 ; Re
poblican gain over October 20'J. In Clay
townihip and St, .1 teph county Greeley
majority Is 37; Kepublicati gain of 32
.MemI'IIIx. Nov. 5. Snultbtiry. Tcnn..
Greeley l2!i, Grant "C. Congressman-at-
large, Johnson, lndepi-ndont, 101, May
nard, Kepublicati, 70, Cheatham, Demo
Como, Miss., Nov. 5. licpublicaii ma
jority 300, and in the county probably
too. Uaklanil, .Mils., Grant 14U, ureeley
l.nxiNOTON. Ky Nov. 5. Lexington,
Grant's majority 1,053, iteck, Democrat,
forcongress 707 majority. Midway, Grant
42 majority, Keck l'l!) majority. Re
ported majorities indicate tho election of
Heck for congress by about 10,000 major
ity. Vote small and election very quiet.
Tho Republicans havo gained on thu vote
Cincinnati, Nov. 5. All reports from
this city show Republican gains. Grant's
majority in Newport, Ky reported to bo
Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 6. Columbia
county gives Grant a majority; Uodge
county, six towns givu Greeley a majority
of 2U4, Democratic gain 13); Fondu!ac
county, four towns give Grant 478 majori
ty, Democratic gain 10G.
NKW lORK, ov. o Syracuse gives
Grant 000 majority. Tho Democrats con
cede tho oicction of Duel!, Republican
congressman, all tho Republican members
of thu assembly and county ticket.
Pnuuhkecntio irlvcs Grant 291 majority;
a Democratic gain uf 200. New York city,
rint assemblv district, Ureeley J.lut,
Grant 'J,1."J. Ninth assembly diitrict,
Greeley 3,100, Grant 2,001.
.M km phis, Aov. fi LBgrange, lennes-
see, Grant 30, Greeley 00, Governor
llrown 101, Freemen 3U0 ; congressman
at large, Maynard 804, Cheatham ,7,
Johnson 25; congrcif, Lewis 305, Hayncs
Senatoiiia, Miss., Nov. 5 Senatobia,
Miss- trivit Grant a majority ot 105; for
congres,Hawe, Kepubllcau 71 majority.
OKoLo.va, Jllss., rov. Ukolona,
Min., uivos Grant a majority of 305;
Greuleyi'.'97 ; congress, Barry, Republican,
305; Hailing Democrat, 207 J Repub
lican majority 338.
Mir oklkanp, iiov. o.- unotneial re
turns from 14 parishes give Oroeley a net
majority of 1,052. Ir. 1870 tiny gave u
net Republican majority of 2,840.
Camkkon, aio., 2av. o. Clinton town
hip gives Grant 207, Greeley 1C0, O'Con
or 0 and Vnrkcr Kepubllcan candidate
r t. i..f...
ior i-uiigrep iou mnjuriiy.
WtLLUtNdTON, Delaware, Nov. ft. Re
publicans claim state by 1,500 to 2,000.
1'nii.AiiKi.i'iliA, Jiiov. 5. Scattering re
turns from tho interior of tho state show
guins for Grant over governor's vote.
Mw loitK, Nov. . lirooklyn Ulty,
ten of tho twenty-two wards givo Greoley
H,B4, ana urnnt iu,iut; uemocra'.ic loss
2,210. The Fourth assembly district gives
Greoloy ft,00!), and Grant 1,470. Ono
liunured nnu sixty-eight olocllun Uietrlcts
givo Greeli.y 8,011 majority.
Milwaukkk. Nov. ft. Grant county,
one town gives Oreoley 5 majority. Re
publican gain ovor 1808 of lo. Jetlorson
county, ono town gives Grant 251 ma
jority; Domosrntio gain 14. Junocounty
two towns givo Grant 107 majority; Re
publican gain 44. Oak Crock, Mllwaukco
county 7IJ majority ror ureeioy, .Milwau
kee city about 3,000 mnjority for Greeley.
Hoxton, rov. o. 'ine vote in uoston
except First ward, gives Grant about
5,u00 majority. Tho First wnrd will in
crease the majority for Grant. 141 towns
in Massachusetts give urant a majority oi
Auqusta. Go.. Nov. 5. Greeley's ma
jority in this city will bo about 100 and
1 .i.. ... ..1 RAM (..t.ll.. -
111 iuu county nuuiib uuu, unjuriiy iui
Greoloy lr tho Kighth district will proba
bly roacii 4,uuu. uon. a, j. vrigni,
Doinocrat, is elected to congress by a
CoNcoBD, N. H., Nov. 0. Eighty towns
givo Grant 17,000, Oreoley 14,280, scatter-
ing 107. Tho same towns in mots gavo
Grunt 17,381, Seymour, 13,702.
.Monti'KI.IKK, vt., JNov. . aixvy-six
towns givo Grant 18,105, Greoloy 1,028.
Tho O Conor voto U very light. Tho
thrco Kopublican nominoss uro oiectcu to
congress by tiio usual majorities, oxcept
in tho second district, whoro Steolos, Re
publican, has takon a tuw nurmrra votes
frnm Poland, tho rocular nominee. Po
land Is however olectod by a handsome
majority. Tho same towns In 1808 gave
Grant 18,308, Seymour 5,130.
Mkmpius, Nov, 0. Aberdeen, Miss,,
threo precincts including this city givo
a Kopublican majority of 700, small uom
Kenton, Tenn.. Nov. 5. Elcbt con.
gresslonal district, Obion county givos
Cheatham 12P, Johnson 5, Maynard 2.
Brookiiaven, Miss., Nov. 5. Grant's
mnjority 123; synch's itopublican niBjori
tv over Caiserly, 83.
Pittsburq, Nov. C -Reports from tbo
western counties of this stato show that
comparatively light vote bai boon polled
Republicans nave made heavy gains over
tb October eUctlons. The number of die.
tricts heard from in Alleghany county in
dlcato that thu Republican majority will
' approximate 18,(jW. Twolvu wards in
Piitsbursj give Grant 4.427 ur.d Oreoley
1,810, Republican majority 2017 a gain for
i Republicans of 1,550. Tho lower wards in
. Alleghany city givr Grunt 1.445 and
I Greeley 1,235. Republican gain 2,103.
j Cincinnati, Nov. 6. Fourteen wards
and precincts In till city givo 030 Repub
lican gain. Republican gains in every
, ward arid precinct heard from but one.
Returns fiom 20 wards and precincts in
tho city show 502 Republican gain; slmi
I lar changes in tbo remainder of the couu
I ty would reddcu Domocrutic majority
Hakti'okii, Conn., Nov. 5. General
Hnwley is elected to congress over Katon,
by over 500 majority.
Hartforii, Ct, Nov. . Hartford gives
Greeley 3,0'JO, and Grant 3,531.
Crawkoiuj. Miss., Nov. 5. Orant 341,
Greeley ftl. F.or congress, Uarry 30, Hull
ing 30 and Henderson 14.
N w York, Nov. 5. Tho Klevonth dis
trict gives Oroeley 2,513, Grant 3,639;
Second district Greoloy 2,0.12, Grant 1,197.
Tho districts already reported, embracing
230 oicction districts out of 018, givo Gree
ley 10,080 majority. For miivor uighty
two election districts givo Havemoyer
7,200, Lawrcnco 0,946, O'lirien 4,305.
Newark, N. J, Nov. 6. Scattering re
turns from dill'.i rent parts uf thu statu
show Kepubllcan gains.
Osewkoo, N. V, Nov. 6 I). G. Fort
Republican, is elected to tho assembly in
the First disttict by 138 mnjority over J)
C. Little ohn, Liberal-
Utica, N. Y., Nov. 5. Kills 1L Roberts
has ruielved about 2,600 majority for
congreM. Four representatives and as
semblymen aro elected In Oneida county.
Grants majority in the county is about
Ciucaoo, Nov 5. 10 precincts of the
city of Chicago gavo Grant 3,550, Greeley
2,070, Kepublicati majority 874.
Kai.tim'iiik, Nov. 5. This city gives
Orceley 6,090 mnjority.
New York, Nov. 5. Tho Sixteenth
district gives Greoloy 4,098, Grant 2,193.
Nineteenth district Greeley 2,215 Grant
1,300. Twentieth dittrict Greeley 5,353,
Grant 3,917. Third district Greelev 3,212
urani 1,125. f lttb district Ureeley :s,059,
urant aJUS. Thus lar Ureeley s majority
in three hundred and sixty election dis
tricts of the city U 18,298.
Ciucaoo, Nov. 0. IU turns from three
precincts in Chicago and three townships
In Cook fount v irivo a net majority for
Grant of 6G1. Kendall county, 111., threo
townships givo Grant 324 minority, Re
publican gain cf 20 per cent, over tho volo
of 1808. McLean county, threo townships
give Grant 185 majority, net Republican
giin 8. Logan county, three townshipi
five Grant 245 majority; Kepublicati loss
ii on vote ltstia.
Omaha, Neb., Nov. 5. Returns re
ceived from all prominent towns in Ne
braska givo majorities for Grunt in every
case, and Republican gain over October
eloction. Grant's majority In the stato is
In ij! an atoms. Nov. 6. In 120 town
ship, precinct and ward heard from,
tho net Republican gain is 3,488.
Thu Republican central committee claim a
majority in tno state ot irom lo.vwio
15.000. The Democratic Central commit
tee conccdo the slate by 5,000.
Nashville. Nov. 5. Tho returns re
ceived indicate the defeat of Johnson, unil
leuves the race between Maynard and
Cheatham, with tin: chances in lavorof
Maynard. In Nashville district tho con
tent bulwe&n Harrison, representative, and
linen, Independent candidate, tuo cnances
aro in favor of Knelt. Greeley runs
uhead of thu stntc ticket, but tho returns
aru too meagre, however, to indicate results.
Duiiuquk. Iowa, Nov. 5 Gratithas un
doubtedly carried tbo city, und Dubuque
county gives only 1,200 Democratic ma
jority, a very large uepuoiican gain.
Tho Republican candidntu lor congress is
elected by 2,000 majority.
St. Louis Nov. 6. Slxtcon city
precincts and four small county precincts
givo Grant 7,503, Greoloy 0,718, and
O'Conor 187. There, nro tlfty-four
precincts in the county. Thu returns
irom the state aro so ineagro tint not even
a conjecture nan bo made of tho result.
WEIISTEU UROVK, JIO, it. I IIO VOIO Ot
this ptcclnct shows tho following result:
Lawiieni.'k, Kit, Nov. Chetopa town
ship Neosho county, Grunt 117, Greoley
00. Ualdwiii city, Grant 203, Greeley
49; Osborno lor governor w, walker
Democrat CU. C'tierry townsnip tnciuu
iug Chorry Vnlu town gives Grant n mn
jority of 10. Tingu gives Grant 250,
ureeioy n, uconor 4.
Leavenworth, Kan,, Nov. 0. Elec
tions passed oll'qiiiotly with tho exception
of a difficulty in tho Fourth ward, result
ing in the snooting ot jno. j. juirpuy in
the neck nnd irrolu but not fatally. Prob
abilities are that the Kepubllcan tlcxot lias
a good majority in tho city out tliu county
will elect a majority of Liberul candidates.
in thu city districts neiiogg, uepuuii-
can, Hond, Kopublican, nnu riummor,
Liberal, aro believed elected, but in thu
other districts it is vory close, Jennison,
Republican, Moonlight, Liberal, nnd Kir
nie, Liberal, aru probably elected sena
tors. Tho count will not bu mushed ueloro
daylight. Wulkor runs fully up to his
ticket, llotli parties aro juuiiunt. in
four county districts it is believed ull tho
l.iborai representatives uro elected.
Pleasant Hill, Mo., Nov. 6. Tho
result is very close, nothing but an official
count will determine tho rusult. liotli
parties claim tho oloclion. Nothing
hoard from other points in tho county.
Skoaha, Mo,, Nov. 5. Very largo
voto polled. In a count of 128 Rurdett,
Kopublican candidate for congress has 88;
votb of county not known till to-morrow.
At r-cdalln ptcclnct, uurdett, Kepubllcan
candidate, leads tho entire ticket. In
Johnson county hu aho runs far ahead of
Kansas City, Nov. 3. iclsto-od
vote not rolled by 600, -,vi)l not finish
counting vote boforo morning. Democrat
ic county ticket certainly elected by at
least 1,000 majority. Tho two represen
tative dlslrlctx in tins city uro uoiibitiii
and will require official couut to determine
It is thought that Grant will carry tho
city, but not the county. No returns in
from county precincts yot.
Inuki'kSdkniik, Mo., Nov. 5. First
and Second precinct in this city, and Itluo
township givos Groeliy 313 majority; stato
t cket uhottt tbo same.
Hoi'kinh, Mo, Nov. 5. Grant, 00 ma
jority. Henderson, for eovernor, 08 ma
jority. J. O. Parkor 07 majority for
Maiiquahp, Mo., Nov. 5. Greoloy 01,
Grant 13, Woodson 05, mid Henderson 12.
All tho rest of the stale nnd county of
ficers went nearly altogether Democratic
Wkhstbh Okove, Mo, Nov. 6 Tho
vote In this precinct shows the following
result: Grant 100, and Oreoley 02;
Grant's majority 44.
Paoli, Ks., Nov. 6, Precincts enough
- BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGT0N-AV.
Iiavo been hoard from to Indicate Grant's
majority in Miami county not less Uimi
800, ii gain of 300 over tho voto of 1872.
Osborno Republican candldato for gov
ernor, runs behind, his mnjority will not
exceed 000. Tho Republican congress
man will la) elected by about 750 majority.
Gen. Mitchell, Liberal candidate for
congress will gain about 200 in HiU, bis
homo county, motlly ul thu uxpento of
Judgu Lowu. Lowu's majority, however,
will oxeced Osborno'.
WyaNIiottt, Kan., Nov. ft.-- Vynn
dotto county is very cloo and will take
official count to determine. The Liberals
will elect a senator Hint ono member of the
lcgisluttiro with u majority of minor of
ficers. St. Joseph, Mo., Nov. ft No posltivo
figures ran bo given to-night of the elec
tion in this city. It Is believe that Grunt
nnd Hondersoti havo full three hundred
majority in tho city, whllo Judge Parker,
for congress, will reach nearly four hun
dred. Woodson runs considerably, behind
his ticket. John L. Klttinger, Kepubllcan,
carries ovory ward In hit diitrict, and Is
re-olected to tho legislature by a largo
St. Lniri.s, Nov. 5. Six ward", ten
prccints nnd threo county preclnts givu
Grant 10,901, Orceloy 13,107 and O'Conor
208. Democrats claim, and tho Republicans
concede, thu city by 2,500 majority on
thu presidential election.
Wilmington, N. C, Nov. 5. Scattering
returns Irom different portions of tbostnte
imlicato that North Carolina has gone for
Grant. Conservatives concede thu state to
the Republicans by 5,000 majority.
Raleigh, N. C Nov. 6. -Partial re
turns from about 25 counties indicate thai
tho statu has gone for Grant between
6,000 und 8,000 majority, with largely de
Rochester, N. Ym Nov. 5. Grant's
majority 1,600, Kepublicun gain 1,233.
New York, Nov. 5.--State, 210 towns
and districts givo Grant a net gain of
3,050. Grant's majority in tho stato will
be about 40,000; Dix elected for govornor
with rest of Kepublican stato ticket by
25,000 to 30,000; 1'rcmain chosen congress
man at large by similar iiiaioritv. outside
of this city ond Urooklvn. Democrats
hardly secured more than 2 congressional
New York, Nov. 6. Seventh district
Greelev 2,311, Grant 3,018. Twelfth dis
trict Greeley 3,050, Grant 1,872. Fif
teenth district Orceloy 4,407, Orant 2,871.
Seventh dUtrict Greeley 4,757, Grant
4,075. Eighteenth district Greeley 3,452,
Grant 2,901. Twenty-flrst district Oreo
ley 4,843, Grant 4,097. Total city Greeley
77,527, Grant 64,599. Greeley's majority
22,028. against 00,000 for Soymonr in 1808.
Huffulo city gives 3,000 majority for
Grant, gain 1,'JiA, Onondana county
3,000 majority for Grant. Alvord beaten
for assembly by COO. All three Kepubli
can assemblymen chosen.
Alexandria, Va, Nov. 5. In Alex
andria city there is a tie vote between
Greeley and Grant. Harris, Conserva
tive, in tho Seventh district, elected to con
gress. Huntre, Conservative, in thu
Eighth district, also elected to congress.
1'uit.Aiiet.iiiitA, Sitv. A It u Mti.
mated Delaware county gives Grant 2.500
majority, gain 950 over voe of 1808;
Lycoming county gives Grant a majority
of 3-VJ, gain 225; Chester county gives
Grant a majority of 5,000, a gain ill" 2,500.
Portlanh, Me, Nov. 5. In this state
50 towns givo Grant 18,160, Greoloy 8,500;
in 1603 samo towns cave Grant "21,020,
Seymour 11,025; Republican maijoritv in
the state 1808 was 28,033, this election in
dicates nlut thu name majority with a
much smaller voto.
Lockport, N. Y., Nov. 5. lletiirns
fro.n various towns in Niagara county
and tho entire four wards in' the cltv of
Lockport indicate 1,000 majority for
Grant nnd Dix.
PitovinENCE, R. I., Nov. 5. Rhode Is
land gives Grant increased Kepublicun
majority and elects both Republican con
gressmen. This cltv complete givos
Grant 4,225, Greeley 1,511.
New Yokk, Nov. 5. Returns from 41
towns and districts in varinti" parts of tho
stato outside of thu city of Now York givo
net gain for Grant, compared with tho
presidential volo of '08, of 1748.
Concorii, N. H., Nov. 6. Nlnety-nino
townships cive Grant 19,131, and Greeley
10,214. Tho stato gives Grant over 4,000
Monti'ELIER, Vt., Nov. 5. Eighty,
nino towns givo Grant 23,308, und Greeley
Hartford, Conn., Nov. 6. Gen. Hnw
ley's majority in this district is 011, with
a few str.all towns to hear from. Con
necticut goes for Grant by about 3,000 ma
jority. Kings county gives ft,000 Greeley
majority. In 283 towns and districts out
side of New York nnd lirooklyn, Grant's
net gain is 0,400.
Philadelphia, Nov. 6. Cumberland
county gives Grant 300 majority, gain 773;
Lancaster county gives Grant 7,500 ma
jority, gain of 221; Lycoming 'county
gives Grunt 600 majority, gain of 270;
Korks county, Redding city, givos Grant
1,007 majority, gain of 1,192 ovor Octobor
Kaltimorr, Nov. 5. O'Brien, Demo
crat has 1,330 majority for congress. In
tho third district Swunn, democrat, olected
to congress from fourth diitrict by 1,272
majority. Greeley's majority is 5,410.
- Junction City, Kan , Nov. 6 Junction
City and ubout half tho county districts
givo Grant 131 majority.
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 6. Greeloy proba
bly carried tho stato by 20,000. Demo
erotic congressmen elected.
Montgomery, Ala.. Nov. 5. Returns
thus far aro meagre Tho indications aro
that tho stato is carried for Oreoley and
Liberal stato ticket.
Cleveland, O,, Nov. 6. Estimated
Republican majority 3,300. Gain ovor
reform bill, b.cforothat measure Is again
introduced by tho government.
l'ARta, Nov. 5. Tho military commis
sion trying Marshal llazaino had that offi
cer before them yesterday. They exom
Incd him at-grcnt longth. Two hundred
and forty wltnotscs aro summoned for ex
amination boforo the court.
OPINION OK TIIK LONDON TIM EH.
London, Nov. 5 Tho London Times
of this morning, in an article forecasting
tho result of tho presidential election In
America, says tho ro-electlon of Och.
Orant will bo eminently satisfactory and
will defeat the audacious Intriguu to socuro
control of tho government. IT. S. Orant
has not proved a perfect chief magistrate.
Ho has been guilty of extreme careless
ness, and it is to bo hoped ho will take n
lesson from tho developments of the pait
six months. His errors wero errors of
ignorance, but this defense will
no longer hold good. The past
must be effaced. Reform of tho
clvll-iervlco urgently demands tho
appointment to oflice of person qualified
lo administer their duties accessory to tliu
power of tho people. Grant' will must,
forcu national legislation to reform.
Toronto, Ont., Nov. 5. Tho Globo has
tho following from Fort Garry: It is
reported heru that tbo boundary line com
missioners navo tour.u tno Canadian cus-to'n-house,
at Pembina, to bo on tbo
American side of tho line, which Is said to
bo run between the custom-house and
the Hudson bay company's port.
Paris, Nov, 6. Henri Kochofort ban
been permitted lo como to Versailles to
marry tho dying mother of his children,
in order to logitimnlizo his offspring.
When tbo ceremony is concludod ho will
return to prison.
The evacuation of tho department of
tho upper Marne, by tho German troops
has been completed. That of tho depart
ment of the Marno is slowly proceeding.
Our Homo Advertisers.
nro v.N. tin w Alt t:, rrc,
WK GUARANTKK THAT
Who has ever had one of the
Our. Home Advertiser).
OTMMIIBlll AW MWAIII.
oblbbeated GENERAL AQENTS
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
WAOONFACTORY II URN ED.
Sprinofielu. Ills., Nov. 5. A Are
at Knoxville, lilt;, last night destroyed
the extensive wagon factory thoro with
all the contents. Tho loit Is estimated nt
$75,000. Tho Insurance is unknown.
RUSSIA WITHDRAWS HKIt EX
PEDITION All V FORCES.
Cincinnati, Nov. 6. Flour dull $7 10
7 30. Wheat nominal, red tl 481 05.
Corn firm, old 41c; new 38(j39c. Oats
quiet 2H033c. Cotton dull, lower ml. Idl
ing 18Jc. Whiskey steady Die. Pork
nominal; cut meats steady and fair de
mand, shoulders 4J6c;clenr rib 8c; clear
Sc, all new bacon lair demand, shoulders
Cc; clear "rib lOJc; clear 11c. All old hogs
firm $4 254 45; receipts 2,876. Lard
firm, steam I jc; kettle 7Jc.
St. Lou ib, tfov. 0. riour undoingm.
Wheat slow. No. 2 spring 1 111 111;
ditto, full 78c. Corn unchanged, 3:c.
Oats unchanged nt 25 jc. Ryo dull,llttlo do
ing. Hurley unchanged No. 2
spring 58C0c. Whiikoy quiet 89c. Pork
nothing doing, dry salt lower, packed
shoulders 6Jc; clear rib 8Jc; clear HJe.
Hacnn quiet, only small order trade. Lard
New Orleans, Nov. 6. Arrived:
Mohawk and barges. Receipts flour6,781;
pork 82; corn 2,779 sack?; 16,000 bushels
oots; cotton 9,313; hay 1,040;. brnn
1,080. Flour dull good XXX S7 50,
choico S7 75(,,9 50. Corn dull, mixed C
(o70c. Oats moderate demand at 38(n39c.
Hay dull, $2C27; choice $28. Bran dull,
SI 05 Pork uti-ong held $10 6020. Kacon
quiet steady 7 jc;' rib scarce 12c; clear sides
12 Jc Lar'd steady 8J9Jr, kegs 11c.
Cotton raodorato demand 1878. Sterling
20), sight j discount.
Cincinnati, . 2fov. 5. Pork dull and
nominal. Hulk meats steady and in fair
domand, new 4j5o, 88Jc. Bacon in
fair demand, old 610J lie. Hogs firm,
S4 264 45. Receipts 2,876. Shlnmonts
630. Lard firm, steam "jc; kettle 7c.
Whiskey steady, 91c.
St Louis, " Nov. 5. Flour hotter do
mand, seller firm.- Wheat spring' very
little doing; No. 2 soft 1 14il 16; fall
dull nominally unchanged lor low and
medium; good demand for choico but nono
offered; No. 3 1 01; No. 2 $1 78. Corn
quiet No. 2 mixed U3c. Oats firmer but
unchanged: No. 2 mixed 2Cc; No. 2 whito
2CJ27c. Uarloy all balow No. 1 dull,
unchanged. Ryo dealers apart, littlo sell
ing, choico No. 2 67c. Fork steady at $10;
bacon fair order domnad; shoulder C$c;
clear ribs lltfc; dry talt shouldors 6Je; clear
sides 8jc; clear sides 8)c. Lard dull, nom
inal, 7Jo offered for primo steam, seller tho
month, with no tcllors. Hlghwincs higher
Cincinnati, Nov. 6. Kiver fallen
thirteen Inches; thirteen fuel two Indies
in tho channel.
BAZAINK BEFORE HIS COUHT-MA11TIAL.
ROCHKFORT ALLOWED TO GO TO
WOOD I WOOD I 1 WUOD 1 1
Th undernutneil will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
An t:henp, It not t'henprr
had any wood dealer In Cairo. I.eaye order
on the MlateM ut the Poitofllce and at !!o
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Tenth and twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. I
give good measure und will cord tho wood
up if desired.
uiWlO-tf DENNIS HA1.KY.
St. Petersduro, Nov. 6. Tho'govorn
ment lias issued orders for tho recall ot tho
expeditionary force, which It now murcli-
ing on ivuivit.
llEitLiN, Nov. 6. Tho government has
create! a number of new peora to lecuro
a majority in tbo house of lords. It Is
stated that tbo house will be given suffi
cient time after the reopening of the new
dltt, to recontldtr its vote on the country
CAIRO CITY COAL
iireparml to iiply cintume? with th
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OKDEKS lea at llallldav Uro. otllco, 70
ouio lkvek, or at the Coal Yard below tho
Ht. Charles Hotel, will recelvo prompt atten
tion. Tho Tuo "Mont auk'" will bring coal
alongside to Hteanteri at any hour.
8T. CHARLES HOTEL,
r, i RExra, rMiriiv,
Con. Ouio Lkvek, & Skcovd Sr.
I WILL MOST CIIKKHI'I'I.LY UKCOM
MEND IT A-TIIK MOST
I DURABLE, j
THEY HAVE EVEU.DSEI).
ADAPTED TO ALL LOCALITIES
EVERY KIND OF FUEL.
EXCELSIOR MANUFG COMPANY
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
C. W. HENDERSON',
Cairo, - Ills, i
A. U A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tib and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wringer Toll
War, Coal llodi, Flrt Stiotels. Air (itlM.
TIN ZINC, COFFER AND SHEK1
Nc. 166 Washington-avenue
aOrk ilonnitt hoitt antic.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
Ad A(MU Of
HIO XIVIH AMI XAXAWHA
8ALT COMIJLITI3Ba "
70 Ohio Lkvhb,
"Rooflns;. Outtrin, and all klnda of Jo
C. CLOSE, ,
JDIE-iVIER X2ST XiIUCJO
CUIIHT, FLAJTSUI PAtUf,
KO. Tl OUIO LKVKK, CMOXK CITY XATIOlt.
WTKor the purpose of bnlkliag sp a
wholesale trade In Cairo. I will Mil to sltsJ
rr asd contractors in lota of 00 bamlt oad
upward, at aamifActurloff prieet, addlac
Cairo. Atuust IS. 1871.
. Our uew
11ETAIL AND rifESCULPTION
Cor. WtMlsltiKtoii Av. itnrt ElKhtb Ht. ,
F XT Ii Ii Y OPBUTBD.
Whero wo will Veep
A COMPLETE STOCK
FANCY AND TOIUOT ARTICLES,
SICK-ROOM AND ii'UKSERT APPL1 NCE9 ,
I O 33 COLD:
Our Pure SPARKXINO BODA WATER
GENUINTi FRUIT SYRUPS
Can not ho excelled,' We also draw the
.1) .1. V K L10 WATERS
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huecetton to K. B. DtDdricat A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
ssfrnSSfc Liberal AdTaneemtBti mad aAf
tMfc. upon ContiROmttiU. EfV
Are prepared to rceite. store ud lonrtrd
freiht to all point and buy a4
tell on commlstloB,
WHinttieeS attended to pmropUr;
WOOD RITTENHOUSE & RRQ., ;
General Commission 3IerobanU ".
183 OHIO LKVKK, .
MILLER t PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR,1 CORN
AGENTS tob FAIRBANK'8 8CALXS
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.' ,
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Huccettort toHtratloo, BudtoeA Oluii,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
tHuPceitort to John B. Phlllie,)
FOR WABDINO' MERCHANTS
DEALERS IN HAY, COHS, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Con. TENTH-8T. ap OHIO LKV
OA I HO. I LI.
' It. A. CUNNINUU.
CUNNINGHAM A CROSS,
Succctsort to Incrgn Cuuulnhi
u&Vt'rvtsorh. quu I GBNERALpP MBRCHAHn
PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT, akupmauhhik ujiWi-
Will receive expeeltl attention and caia
being at all hourt In charge of compete!.!
and careful partlei. Prewnptlonsctrelullv
NOME BUT TUB. PUREST AND BKSt
"itiyiug its or proYMoM, how to
tnem go ittrtMat t a UM lteMltll, If
tern, orar, tluiMM.viM th