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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
OFFIOB, BULLHTIIT JBUIIiPIJSTO-, COB. 12TH STEBET A.3ST2D -WS3:isrc-TO5r A-VUSriTJ.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 8. 1872
RETURNS CONTINUE WORSE
REPUBLICAN MAJORITY IN KAN.
T EN N ESS K E RE 1 U I J MO A N.
"pecLd Dispatch to tin; ;alro Bulletin.
UNION t OUNTV.
Anna, III, Nov. 0. Wall's majority
in Union county It 021, Ware's majority
f)70, Wllbanks majority 913.
.pedal Dl-patclito tin- Cairo Bulletin.
Vienna, III, Nov. 7. Grunt's vote ia
1 140, Greeloy, 635; official:
V. II. Darker.
Reported K-p. t i;ill lur tin- Bulletin.
New Ohi.kans, Nov. 7.-37 parishes
outside of llin city give net Republican
majority of r3 1. Tlio net Republican
inHjority in lb70 in the sumo pnrtalics was
18,150. Tliu roinnltiifi sixteen pnrl'lifn
In 1870 guvo a net itipublicAfi majority ol
1,216. Willi tint tatnu ratio of gains tlio
Liberals will curry tlio statu by a hatidsomu
Nkw York, Nov. 0. IJiiitu a number
of election districts arc yet to bo reported.
Sheriff Rrcnnan claims election of Law
rence, which, however, Is hardly probable.
Nkw Youk, Nov. "..St .lolm elected
to congress in Twelfth district by 200 ma
jority over llorlon. Phillips, Republican,
who was indorsed by the committee of
seventy, was chosen district attorney of
this city by li.bOO. Southorl.ind. city
judge, hat 3.1,000 majority over Bedford.
Nkw Yokk, Nov.". Of assistant alder
inen chosen, eight uro Tuinnianyites, six
Apollo HalMtes and seven Rupublicun
ites. Nkw Yokk, Nov. 7. Nearly compllo
returns fur mayor, givo Havcmeycr I7,3tis,
Lawrence 45,39s and O llrien 31,121.
New Yokk, Nov. 7.--Lttst figures
horn placo congrossioriul delegation in thil
state, 20 Republican and 0 Democrat
1 Liboral. .Scorei elected by Republicans
to All vacancy. Statu senutu will stand
85 Republican-, 30 Democrats, 5 Liberals,
I Apollo Hill. The Tims estimates
Grants popular msjority at "01, WW; it
thinks Greeley has carried Virginia and
Louisiana; only 2 states and in electoral
vote', it says, is sure Oreoley ami
this cannot be inerened by more than
'-' states and 20 electoral votes. Addition
al average Republican majority in this
state claimed to be 60,000. Tlio "World
estimates (irant'n popular majority at
620,910, and give him 209 electoral votes
to 99 for (Ireoloy. Dix's majority in the
statu will net vary much from that of
Grant. Knrnan i ahead of Greeley in
largo portions of tlio state.
Thu Tribune gives Grant twenty-three
.tales and '-M3 electoral votes. It claims
Georgia, Louisiana, .Maryland, Tenneco
ami Kentucky for Greeley, making a total
of 67 electoral vnte, and asserts several
states making aggregate electoral vote of
72 aro.ntlll In doubt. Tlio Tribune alio
gives Grant 16,000 majority in New York
state. A di-patch from Jacksonville says
Florida is clouly contested, but will prob
ably go for Greeley.
Nkw Youk, Nov. 7. The Tribune says
the result in this state teems to point
clearly to two conclusion : that a marked
percentage of Democrats refused to sup
port Groeley, or that a largo percentage
even of those who supported ,S?yinour
did not votu at nil. The Tribune i.s well
pleased with the result of thu city election,
though its candidates wero not elected.
It says there is nil end to tlio era of fraud
and violence in this metropolis. A Haiti
more dispatch says that the state, outside
of that city, will give 3,000 majority lor
Grunt. Groeley is everywhere behind on
the ticket. For congressman there is a
largo Republican gain in tlio .Sixth, or
Western district, which creates much sur
prise. Nkw Youk, Nov. 7. Tlio full city voto
for mayor, with only two lists missing, is
as follows: Lawrence 40,653, O'Hrion
34,452 and Hnvomoyor 51,010'
Nf.w Yoisk, Nov. ".Revised returns
to nine o'clock to-night, glvu Grant 17,717
majority in tlio state, while Dix is over
1,000 votes ahead, having 48,851 majority.
Tho innjority for each is likely to oxcoed
Sr. Louis, Mo., Nov. 7. Tho following
additional counties in this state, have been
hoard from. A few of those previously
reported, uro roported und tlgures cor
rected! Qreeloy, St Olalr 108, Mississippi
383, Rates 240, Gontry 150, Clinton 230,
Gasconado 002, Randolph 816,Mnrlon l,0u0
For Grant: Dado 200, Barton 200, Do!
Kalb 170, "Washington 237, Toledo 300,
Sholhy 430, Atchison 90, Nodaway 108,
Worth 07, Lawrence 100, Groono 410,
Christian 355. In most counties heard
from "Woodson, Domoerat, for govornor
runs ahead of Grooloy, and Ilondorion,
Republican, for govornor runs slightly bo
hind Grant, l'arkor, republican, for con
gross in tho ninth district has about 200
majority, Crittenden in tho lovonth boats
Hurdott about 1,000. Moro comploto ro
turm in this county show that the Repub
licans bave lost tholr sheriff, and probably
eavo lost most of their county officers that
they bave been claiming.
1 St. Louis, Nov. 7. Tho following nro
tho reported majorities Tor Grant in this
' stato: Caldwell county 140, Linn 200,
Mercor 050, Groono 300, l'olk 173, Jasper
, 600, Nowlon 75, Harton 160, Androw 100,
Clinton 460, Webster 46, Macon COO,
Carrol 228, Livingston 200, Pltlls 200,
Vornon 760, Audrain 030, Colo 170, Iron
200, Ray 800, Cooper 800, Jefferson 400,
Washington 230, Charlton 1,000, St. Fran
els 235, Morgan 278, Randolph 1,400,
Crawford 200, Johnson 225.
Marysvii.le, Mo., Nov. 4 Total voto
In Nodaway county 3,201, Henderson's
majority 12!l, Parker' majority 190,
Mlvely Republican representative 57,
Wyntt Republican for slato senator.
Sr. Louis, Nov. 7. Tho following aro
tho reported majorities for Grant in tills
statu- Caldwell county, 440; Linn, 200;
Mercer, C50; Greene, 300; l'olk, 173;
Jasper, 600; Nowton, 76; Utirton, 150;
Andrew, 100; Nodaway, 100. For
Greeley, Clinton county, 450; Webster,
46; Macon, 000; Carroll, 228; Living
stone, 200; Vernon, 750; Pettis, 200; Au
drain, 030; Cole, 170; Iron, 200; Ray,
800; Cooper, 800; Jeflorson. 100; Wash
ington, 230. Chariton, 1,000; St. Francis,
266; Morgoa, 278; Randolph, 1,400;
Crawford, 200 and Johnson, 225.
Mkxico, Mo., Nov. 7 Tho following Is
tho official voto of Andraine county;
j Groeley 1,570, OrantC71; Woodson 1003;
for congress Ruckner, Democrat, 1,033,
Fogg 008 ; for representative McKlhaucy,
Democrat, 1,023, Gamble, Republican
030; Hon. C. II. Hardin for statu senator,
had no opposition.
Wkto.v, Mo., Nov. 7. The following
Is the otliclal votu of Platte county com
plete Grucloy 2,14'.i, Grant 915, O'Conor
251; Gov. Woodson 2,433, 013; for con
press, Comingo 2,452, Wichell 920; in
the statu senate, McCarthy 1,807, W. H.
Palmyra, Mo., Nov. 7. The official
volu of Marion county gives Greeley
2,692, Grant 1,091 ; majority for Greeley
997. Fov governor Woodson 2,G35,Hcndcr
son 1,705; majority for "Woodson 930.
For congress Glover 2,195, Benjamin
1,705; majority for Glover 766. .For
state senator Newton, independent has 578
majority. For representative, tualy
Democrat has 957 majority.
Chicaoo, Nov. 7. Votu of this city
all In but 2 products. In 1st ward Grant's
majority Is 8,232, Ogloby for governor
hat about 1,000 lets. Voto in country
towns in Cook county is not yet in, but
will Increase the majority to at least 10,
000, The legislature will stand, senate
34 Republlcnnx, 17 Democrats; house 81
Republicans, 09 Democrats. Clements
for congress in the Kighlhtcenth district
is undoubtedly elected, making con
gressional delegation stand, 13 Republi
cans and 0 Democrats.
CiiiCAUu, Nov. 7. Further returns in
dicate tho election of Morrison, Democrat,
to congress from the Seventeenth district,
over Hay, Republican If this report
proves correct the Illinois delegation will
stand 12 Republicans to 7 Democrats.
Memphis, Nov. 7. Otliclal voto of
Shelby county, exclusive Ninth district
Greeley 0,158 Grant 8,151; Gov. Rrown
0,55, Freeman 8,070; congressman at
large Cheatham 3,620, Maynard 7,801,
Johnson 2,974; congress 9lh district
Itayncs 6,710, Lowis 7,893. The majori
ties aro Grant 1,993, Freeman 1,517, May.
nard over Johnson and Cheatham 1,367,
Lewis 1,953. Citizens' legislative ticket
which was put forward a few days beforo
tho election, was elected by over 3,000 ; it
is for senators A. F. Lacey and Virginius
Leake, Democrats ; representatives
Overton, Hajncs, Mulvehill, "Ward
and Rrown, Democrats, Williamson, Re
publican. Lowis, Republican candidatu
for congress will havu n majority of about
two thousand. Henry county gives Greo
ley 1,821, Grant 678, Rrown 1,821, Free
man 650, Cheatham 1,528, Maynard 600,
Johnson 493. Congressmen, seventh dis
trict, Atkins, Domocrr.l 1,385, Travis, In
tlopent 704, one precinct to hear from
Handordale county gives Greoley 815,
Nashvillk, Tenn., Nov. 7. Tho Re
publicans tired a saluto of one hundred
guns In Nashville this p.m., In honor of
the re-oleclion of Grant and tho success in
Tennc6ieo. Returns horo from Democrat
ic and Republican sources, make congres
sional delegation stand, 8 Republican to 2
Democrats. It was not expected that the
Republicans would carry, under the ap
portionment law, more than two districts,
though they concede tho election of May
nard. Returns from Middle and "West
Tennessee, show that Drown has lost heavy
on his vote for govonor in 1870, and fears
are entertained in Democratic districts
that ho has boon beaten. Republicans ox
pocted no such result and uro astonished
ut tho prospects. Brown's losses in Wil
liamson, Giles, Cheatham, Morrisson,
Lnudoralo, Ilordcnmn, Weckloy, Honry,
Shelby, Davidson, DcKalb, Muth and
Lincolin counties, amount to 10,000, whilo
Frocinan makos a gain of 1,000 In Hay
wood county. If the same rolativo loss is
kept up in middle and wost Tennessee,
Rrown may bo overwhelmed by Free
man's majority. In oast Tennessoo tho
Republicans hnvo m ado largo gaines in
legislature, but nothing dotlnito yot as to
the complexion of that body.
Louisville, Nov. 7. Roturns still vory
mcagro, onough however to indlcato that
Grant carried 4 out of 10 congressional
districts with 2 doubtful and 4 certain for
Grooloy, but tho nominees for congress
are olected in all district except that of
Burns, Republican, in the Tenth dlstr
and Wood, Republican, in the Ninth dis
trict. Tho result is not yet certain in tho
Kighth district but indications favor Dur
ham, Domoerat. Tho Republican state
committee, concede, tho stato gone for
Greeley from 7,000 to 10,000.
Toi-kka, Kas., Nov. 7. From election
rotutns rccclvol horo by tho Republican
stato central committee, estimate Grant's
majority at 30,000.
Aiiiho.v, Kas., Nov. 7. Grant's ma
jority In Atlchlson city, official, is 395 in
total volu 1,610; his majority In tho coun
ty 691. This is tho largest by over 2,000
2,000 ovci given this county for stato or
national Republican candidates. Stato
ticket runs about tho same, only a few
votes behind. Grant Republicans olected
tbolr entire county ticket by over 600
majority. Tho 2 state senators and 3
representatives elected aro Republicans.
Doniphan Co., glvos Grant about 1,000
majority, Rrown Co., 700, Noosho Co, 030,
Marshall Co., 700, Washington Co., COO
Jackson Co., 100 and Jeirerson Co., 800.
Every conuty nortli of Kanscs river will
net 1,000 to 1,600 majority. Atchison,
Rrown, Nernat, Marshall and Jackson
counties, all send full Republican delega
tions to the senate and house. In Doni
phan Co., the sonator and ono representa
tive r.ro Republicans and two representa
Ric hmond, Nov. 7. Complete and par
tial returns from 47 counties show an ox-
cess of Republican gains on tho Walker
majority of 1809 of nearly 90,000. Rrax
ton, Democrat, is elected to congress in
tho Sixth district, Piatt, Republican, in
tho Second district, Stowell, Republican
in Fourth, Davis, Dcr.iocrat in Fifth, and
probably Whitehead in Sixth, Hams, Dem
ocrat in leeventli, Hunton, Democrat in
Lighth and Rowcn, Democrat Ninth.
Tho Democrats gain new congressmen by
reapportionment of state.
Richmond, Vu, Nov. 7. Smith, Repub
lican, elected to congress over Who In
Jlilrd district. The congressional dele
gation will be 0 Democrats to 3 Repub
Means. Immense Republican gains every
where justify tho conclusion that Grant
has carried the state.
San Francisco, Nov. 7. A dispi.tch
just received from Nevada gives Grant's
majority in tho stato at 2,000. Tho legis
lature stands 62 Republicans to 20 Demo
crats. This secures the election of J. P.
Jones United States senator. Kendall,
Democrat, Is elected to congress by 200
majority. The returns from this stato are
still incomplete. Tho central committee
claims 8,000 majority for Grant. Cogh
Ian is defeated and Pago nnd Houghton
aro elected by large majorities. A dispatch
from Oregon gives Grant's majority at
San Francisco Cal., Nov. 7- Tho
stato election returns still incomplete.
Latest, Grant 9,375 majority.
PiiiLADKLrniA, Pa., Nov. 7. The
board of return judges officially an
nounce tho majority for Grant in this
city to bo 45,440. At a meoting of the
commercial exchango to-day appropriate
resolutions wero passed relating to the
death of Gen .Meade. Tlio mayor will
submit a message to tho council this
afternoon recommending appropriate
action to bo taken.
Hartford, Conn., Nov. 7. Comploto
returns show total voto in this stato to be
900,901, of which Grant received 50,520,
Groeley 46,890, scattering 385.
Nkw Havkn, Conn., Nov. 7. Returns
from all but ono town givo Grant t,720
plurality, and 4,316 majority.
Rai.timore, Nov. C Returns Indicato
Greeley's mnjoilty in Maryland 30,000.
H.u.timork, Nov. C Albert, Republi
can, is elected to congress by tho Fifth
district by several hundred majority.
Nkw Uri.ka.nm, Nov. 0, Official and
unofficial returns from twenty-eight par
ishes and outside of New Orleans, gives a
net Republican majority of 7,348. In 1870
they gHvo a net Republican majority of
13,601. Darroll In Third district nnd
Money In Forth distaicl aro re-elected for
congress, Nothing lias developed to
chango thu bollef that fusion Uts havu
10,000 nmjoruy In tho city. Geo. A.
Sheridan is undoubtedly elected congress
man at largo.
Galvkston, Tk.w, Nov. 7. Election
progressing slowly but quietly throughout
tho stato. As far as hoard from the Libe
rals uro bollovol to bo ahead and. Houston
for tho capitol.
Savannah, Nov. 7. Savannah gives
Greeloy 3,182, Grant 2,335. Tho olection
for congressman in tlio Atlanta district is
closo. Young, Domocrnt, is olected in tho
Sixth dlstrictHndliull, Republican, elected
in tho Third district. Wright, Democrat,
has 3,01,0 majority In the Kighth district.
Tho Republican gains nro heavy compared
Willi tho election for govornor and will bo
nbnut 30,000. Tho returns Indicnto thu
olection of sevon Democratic nnd two Re
publican congressmen, Tlio voto of Flor
ida will bo vory closo. Rloxlmm, Demo
crat, probably elected governor. Greeloy
runs behind tho stato ticket.
Auousta, Nov. C Ono hundred and
thirty-six towns givo Grant 49,308, and
St. Paul, Nov. 7. Minnosota will givo
Grant over 20,000 majority ; all tbroo Re
publican congressmen olectod; Dunnoll,
10,000 mojority, Strait 4,000 majority nnd
Averlll 7,000 majority. These Are rough
stirnatos of partial returns,
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV.
Dktroit, Mich., Nov. 7. Grant's ma
Jorily in this stato is 65,000 to 00,000. All
tlio Republican congressmen nro elected,
Field First district 2,000, Walton Second
7,000, Willard Third 8,000, Rurrnws
Fourth 5,030, Fostor Fifth 8,100, Rcgalo
Sixth 6,500, Conger Sevonth 2,600, Brad
ley 1,600, Hubboll Ninth probably bv
1,000. Tho Damncrats may Imvo cloctcd
ono membor to tho sonato, while tho houso
wlllhavo nol moro than scvon or eight
Doinocrats out nf 100 members.
Monti'KMF.h, Vt., Nov. 7. Tho horses
in tho stato all sick nnd mails, except by
railroads are nearly nil suspended, henco
it is impossible to giro anything like the
full voto of the state vet.
Nkwaiik, N. J., Nov. 7. Now Jcrsoy
gives Grant nearly 18,000. The Ropub
llcan congressmen in tlio state havo about
Raniior, Me, Nov. 7. Returns indi
cato about 30,000 Republican majority in
l'KINCK NAPOLKO.V DKTKHM
INK!) ON I'KO.SKCI'TIOX.
MOT AT KXKTKK, IC.VGhANI).
THE KLKCTION IN MKXICO.
LONDON JOURNALS SATISFIED
WITH THE RESULT OF OUR
Tho papor was dated October 23d near
Durango and the goncral promised to
prosont himself at tho capitol. This movo
completes tho pacification of tho country.
It is reported that president Lordo intends
to restoro generals Parfarlo Diaz nud
Tovino to their former rank.
THE IIOHNE PLAttUE.
THK EPIZOOTIC SI'KKADINU
A SLIGHT IMIMJOVEMKNT
A MKMRKR OF THK CABINET
KX-SECUETAUT COX VISITS
THE WHITE HOUSE.
BORIE THK GUKST OF MR. AND
GEN. HOWARD ALSU INTER
VIEWS THE PRESIDENT.
THE PRESIDENT TU ATTEND THE
f UStllAb Or GEN. MEADE.
ALL HORSES IN VERMONT SICK.
THK MAILS AND ELECTION
El C, ETC., ETC.
Reported Especially fur theCutro Bulletin.
Gf.np.va, Nov. 0. Rublec, United
States minister resident, has tendered to
M. Jacques .Stoemptli a formal resolution
of thanks of tho American government
for his services as member of the board of
London, Nov. C. An attempt was
mado yesterday to celebrato Guy Fawku's
day in Exter. Tho affair was turned into
a demonstration against the liquor licens
ing act. Several speakers denounced
measure, but met with much opposition
from persons in the crowd. Proceedings
soon became dlsoiderly and finally degen
erated into n riot. Cudgels and brickbats
wero frcelj used, and many of tho rioters
wero injured. The police at last got the
hotter of the mob nnd dispersed it, after
making several arrests. Seventeen men
nre in the hospital suffering from injuries
received during the riot.
"AWAY WITH THK IIOI'SK OP l'KKRH."
Rkrlin, Nov. 0. A pr.mplilet entiteled
" A way with the House of Peers," has
appeared. Karl Blind is the author of its
publication, and sales havo in no way beon
interfered with by tho authorities Pro
vincial Correspondence, intimates that tho
government, whilu maintaining its basis
of tho country reform hill, will ask tho
lower houso to agree to a partial modifica
tion. In thu meantime measures will bo
taken to Insuru adoption of tho bill by
Pa kim, Nov. 0. Procureur-geiieial ha9
declared that Prlnco Napoleon cannot le
gally bring suit In court against n minister
of tho interior. Thu prince's expulsion
from France was an act of tho government
over which tlio assembly nlono has juris
diction. Princo Napoleon wntos that ho
utemU to parsttt In the prosecution of the
case, notwithstanding tho opinion of tho
procurour-genorrtl. A potition to national
assembly praying for restoration of bour
bons is in circulation.
R it ua.sK i8, Nov. 0. In a mine at Maur
burg near Chnrlcrai, whilo lowering tho
maehinory, gavu way as n gang of minors
was descending to work. Twcnty-ono
men and boys wero precipitated several
hundred fuet to the bottom of the shaft
and nil worn killed.
Reported Especially for the Cairo Bulletin.
London, Nov. 7. Tho presidential
olection in America is tho principal topic
in tho morning papers. Tho prevailing
sentiment is favorable to tho administra
tion. Thu orderly manner in which the
elections aro conducted Is the chief subject
of complimentary notico. Much surprise
is expressed at tlio completeness of tho Re
I.P.RDO I)K TKJADA KI.KCTKD.
City op Mkxico, Nov. 1, via Havana.
Tho oloction for president In Mexico re
sulted in, at last, tho unanimous choice of
Lerdo do Tojada. Tho votes against him
wero fow and scattering. Tim programme
of tho courso tho president propascs for
himself has boon mado public and may be
condensed into this phrnio: A llttlo poll
tics und much administration. Since u
few days ngo, tho nowly olected president
has ceased to oxorciso any of tho extraor
dinary powers with which ho is invested.
An army publication has boen mado of
tho names of officers of tho government
who aro by law inolllglbio to congress.
It is reportod that Honor Mnntiol Lozada
Parferio Clar, has sent in his own sub
mission to the government and the sur
render of the. forces under hit command,
special Dispatch to the Bulletin.
OHANT AND COX.
Washington, D. C, Nov. 0. Ex-Sec-
rctaryoflho Interior, J. D. Cox, called
upon tho president this morning and had
an interview with i m. Gun. Hownnl
who has Just returned from a special In-
dian mission in Arizona, nlsohad an inter
view with the president.
IIORIK AND JONKS.
Ex-Secretary of tho navy, Borie, and .1.
Russell Jones, U. S., minister to Belgium,
aro guests of President and Mrs. Grant ut
tho white house.
SHERMAN AND MKADK.
Gen. Sherman has Issued it general or
der roviewing In a feeling manner tho lifo
and services of the lalo Gen. Meade, and
directing Gen. McDowell ut Now York to
make ail arrangements for his funeral, and
directing that ut all military posts on that
day flags bu displayed at half mast and
miniito guns Bred, and that officers wear
thu usual badge of mourning. It Is un
derstood that either Brig. Gen. A. H.
Terry, now commanding tho department
of the South, or E. R. S. Couby, command
ing tho department of Columbia, will bo
appointed major goneral in tho placo of
Gen. Meade, dcceaseJ.
Washinqton, D. C, Nov. 7. Gen.
Sherman to-day tolegraphed to Gen. Mc
Dowell to proceed to Philadelphia and
nonsuit Mrs. Meado in relation to tho ar
rangements for tho funeral of her lato hus
band. President Grant will attend the
THE HORSE EPIDEMIC STILL IN
CREASING. Bai.timokk, Nov. 7.No abatement or
tho liorso disease. Tho street cars on all
the lines wuru taken oil' Saturday ; nono
will probably bo run this week. Business
on thu wharves and depots aro suffering.
Numbers of thu wagons in the streets to
day nro drawn by men. Fow ox tenms
Nkw Havkn, Nov. 7. Tho liorso dis-
eoso is at its height. Thero nro no horso
jcars running for n week pat. Mules and
oxen nru used. Husines hegins to feel tho
Pittsiiuho, Nov. 7. Tim epizootic is
preaditig rapidly and is seriously interfcr
ing with business. Only a few of tho
street railways arc In operation to-day.
Soveral iron mills have suspended for want
of coal. Authorities of soveral railroads
havo issued orders, east and west, directing
agents to rcceivo no freights directed to
this city, it being impossible to get toams
to romovo freight from tlio depots. Sover
al cases nro reported, whore tho disease
has attackod mules. Ox toams aro be
ing substituted for horses as far as possible.
Chicago, Nov. 7. Thero is n marked
Incrcaso in the number of horses on tho
streets this morning, though they all show
6omo traces of cptzootlc. The weather Is
bright, Jwarm and clear, nnd accounts from
vairous stables uro onocouraging, though
some deaths occur ovury day.
C It I. HE.
WARD'S ISLAND ASYI.l'.M COM
OUTRAGEOUS SHERIFF'S FEES.
THE PATH THE PRESIDENT PRO
POSES TO PURSUE.
Reported Especially for the Bulletin.
HOW (IRAN r WILL TRKAT TUP. LUIKUALS.
Nkw York, Nov. J. A special from
Washington says it member of the cabinet
was asked to-day what tho course of Gen.
Grant would bo toward Groeley, Fonton,
Trumbull, Schurz, Sumner and other Re
publicans who had opposed his election.
Tho officer answered that tho president
would treat them with a i-ovoro letting
alone ; that tlio proper course of the pres
ident and cabinet would bo marked with
indifference nnd disregard for thorn ; that
they had left tho party and tho fault was
tholr own, and that thu president would
keep along In his old paths and not bo in
fluenced by anything that hnd taken
placo during tho canvass.
ward's island ahvi.um.
Nkw York, Nov. 7. Tho committoo
appointed to investigate Ward's Island
Lunatic Asylum, iibuics tho report in favor
of abolishing tho office of Physician and of
placing tho asylum under the charge of n
medical board, nnd in increasing thu num
ber of nurses and ordinaries.
Nkw York, Nov. 7. Tho sociutyof the
army of thu Potomac has forwarded u let
tor of condolonco to the son of tho lato
Tho board of aldermen will
moot as tho board of county canvass
on next Thursdoy to canvass returns.
Judge Robinson to-day in u caso where
foes charged by tho shorllV uro contested
as illegal, the bill being for $419, decided
that tho sheriff could only legally collect
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II E ALMOST KILLS HIS KEEPER.
Reported Espscially for the Bulletin.)
Dover, N. J, Nov. 7. Two Italians
came hero to-day from Now York and vis
ited tho shot store ot Giovanni Bariotti.
One of tlio men claimed Barlotti's house
keeper as his wife, and after a slight al
tercation stabbed the woman in tho mouth
with a stilllotto. She died immediately.
Barrntti attempted to rescue her and was
also stabbed In thoabdomon nnd will prob
ably dio. Both men are under arrest and
tho affair creates great excitement, sumo
citizens wanting to lynch tho murderers.
West Chester, Pa., Nov. 7. George
Grant, under scntenco to bo hanged for
tho murder of a woman named Sponcc, a
year ago, mado a desperate attempt to cs
capo last night. Ho attacked his keeper,
B. F. Haines, whilo the latter was going
his rounds und nearly killed him. Cooper
under keeper was attracted by tho cries of
Hainos and fired four shots at Grant with
out wounding him. Grant was finally
forced back into his coll and hand cuffed.
Ho is still savage and declares ho will soli
his life dearly. Ho had paddod ills body
with blankets, and tho pistol balls did not
take effect. Haines in a critical condition.
Tit A IN
Buppalo, N. Y., Nov. 7. McCormlck
and Lynch's canal stables burned last
night, between 40 and 60 horses and mules
perished. Loss about $20,C00.
TRAIN THROWN KROM THK TRACK.
Indianapolis, Nov. 7. Train No. 2
on Indianapolis A: Vincennes railroad,
was thrown from tho track one milo east
of S.inborn to-day, by a plank being
placed maliciously upon tho truck. En
gine is completely wrecked. Tho engineer
and ll reman wero instantly killed. No one
COLFAX DKXIErJ THAT HE ASPIRES
Imported Especially for the Bulletin.
Cincinnati, Nov. 7. A special dis
patch to the Chronicle dated Indianapolis
contains tho following card addressed to
the Indianapolis Journal ;
South Bend, Ind, Nov 0. Tho Chicago
Tribune ol to-day aguin stntos that it ap
poars that Mr.Colfax is, after all, i. candi
dato for tho senatorshlp in Indiana Even
at tho risk of subjecting myself to more
choap wit by opposition papers about re
tiring, I ask tho privllego of restating In
your columns what I have said publicly to
tons yf thousands for the past month, that
I am not u candidate nor an aspirant for
uny position, senatorial or emtoriai, state
or national, and am of course for, the elec
tion of the Republican nominee for the
senatorshlp by tue united ynte of the Bo.
publican members of the leglslsture.
' New York, Nov 0, 12:15 p.m. Flour
j dull and hoavy. Wheat steady f?I 60
j 1 05; red SI OOtfM 70, ambor Jd 70($l 16.
, Corn (pilot OoQiifojo. Oats quiet 4349c.
j Receipts, flour 29,0011, wheat 141,000, corn
71,000, oats 00,000. Mess pork firmer
10 00. Lard quiet but steady 8 Jc, quota
tions nominal. Wliiskoy quiot but firm,
nominally 95o. Gold 12.
Chicago, 12:26 p.m. Flour inactive
and nominal. Wheat flrmorSl 04JrTM 05
uiwn, i ottaji in jMovemoer; i vsj
December; $1 04 fuller year. Corn
steady and fair demand llUJc cash;
3113llc Novomber; 30J3Io December.
Oats quiet and steady 20JfS)2Ic regular;
fresh. 20c November; airS-'-'io December.
Ryo quiet at 63c, and held for 6354c
Barley steady and mcKleratoly active. No,
2 00c. Provisions quiet and itoady. Pork,
old is held at 16; now $14; offered at
$12 60 January; $12 02 March. Lard
steady 7l-67 cash Dswember and
January jeld7t Jc Jlitoim y, hams
toady and uncbanod: Green maau nnlut
and held at previous nrlcaa. AVhUkav
I - - - .
St. Louis, Not. 7. Plour unchanged.
Wheat firm, No.a extra He. Corn dull
at 88o. OaUt; lower, Me. . MyaMitthi
doing. WbMMy qM wc Vork
steady at $10; dry silt quiet; clear boxed
Gc. sel.er to loth of Jan'y. Bacon un
changed, small lota and shoulders GGJc;
clear 1 1 jc. Lard steady 7 Jc; seller feb'r.
New Orleans, Nov. 7. Arrived: Car
rie V. Kountz. Receipts, Cotton 2,118,
flour 3,001, corn 1,580, oaU 624, bay 134,
bran 800. Flour dull, superfine $5 26;
good XXX $77 50, (holce $88 60
choico extra $8 750 76. Corn mixed,
demand unchanged. Bran dull at $1 10.
Pork sales to arrive $19 50. Lard dull,
8i9Jc; kegs He. Cotton in good de
mand, 18 Jc; sterling 20Jc; sight Jc dis
count. St. Louis, Nov. 7. Arrived: Kellogg
and barges, New Orleans, Jo Klnnev,
Vickshurg, Victory and barges and Lake
Superior, Keokuk, Keithsburg, Peoria,
Gasconade and barges, Daven
port, St. Luke, Memphis. Departed:
Alice, Now Orleans, Fannie
Lewis, Vicksburg, Dictator. Cairo, Legal
Tender, Memphis, St. Johns, Keokuk.
River rising slowly, weather clear and
St. Louis, Nov. ", Flour dull and un
changed. Wheat, nothing doing in spring,
fall unchanged, sample lots No. 3 red, sold
at $1 60(3)1 03, No. 2 $1 761 80. Corn
Inactive. No- 2 mixed 33c. No. 2 whitn
mixed 40O4lc. Oats dull and lower. No.
2 mixed 2o25Jc, No. 2 white mixed 26
20je. Barley dull and unchanged. Ryo
dull, easier for buyers, No. 2 6Cc. Pork
steady, mess $10: salt meat in e-ood de
mand; shouldors 6c, clear rib 8J, clear
sides 88e; bacon lower, shouldes Gc,
clear rib 11 jc. Lard not much offering,
nominal. Highwines firm 90c. Cattle
unchanged, fair and prime $34 50,
choico and extra $50 Hogs ac
tivo and higher $44 40, packers lots
Ciiicaoo, Nov. ".Flour quiet, wheat
quiet and weak, unsettled lower. No 1
spring $1 10; No 2 $1 C43t 04J; cash
or November $1 05; December No 2 93c.
Corn steady, No 2 mixed 31c, spot No
vomber or December. Oats steady, No 2
2021c. Ryo dull, shado lowor. No 2
53c. Rarloy steidy, No 2 fall 0060c.
Pork steady, $15 for old; $14 for new;
spot $12 50 December or March. Lard
firm at 75Ojc; cash December or Janu
ary. Bulk mutts dull and lowor. for old
shouldors 42(ni5c; short ribs 8l(Si8c
crccn meats steady, hams 8lf7i81c: shoul
ders 3 jlc; short ribs 6Gc. Whiskey
quiet Biid weak, nominally, SOjQOOc.
Nkw York, Nov. 7. Flour hoavy;
uuyors lavor suportlno western $5 D0(5
0 30; common to good, extra 77 10;
good to choice $7 16fn7 00; white wheat
extra $7 95'J. Whiskey actlvo 95c.
Wheat heavey and lowor, No. 3 Chicago
$1 43; No. 2 $1 471 60. Barley dull.
Ryo unchanged. Corn in medium de
mand. Steamor mixed at 04G4Jc; sold
05jc. Oats quiet; old wostorn mixed at
47fu48Jc; now 42l3jc; white 4450c.
Coffeo quiet; Jtlo 1518c. Sugarsteady;
refining 99jc- Pork active and firmer;
mess $16 'J,"; prime moss 16. Beet and
cut moats unchanged. Lard quiet and
firm; No. 1 to prime steam 8Jc; kettle 82c.
New Orlkafs, Nov. 7 Oats advanced
from 40 to 42c. Pork market bare last
sales at $20; bacon dull, 7UJ12.
Sugar quint, fair to fully fair 8 to 9c.
Molasses 02 to 03c; prime to choice 05 to
08c. Whiskey 91 to 99c: others un.
changed. Sterling 20; sight j discount.
Gold 124 to 13. Cotton quiet, sales 3.50O.
good ordinary 17c; low middlings 17c;
miuuungs lPjc; miauling Orleans lKjc.
Rccoipts 10,700; exports Liverpool, 3,G27;
Rarcelora 1,094. Stock 109,240.
HIV E R NEWS.
Cincinnati, Nov. 7. River fallen 11
inches. Ten feet 9 inches in channel.
Memphis, Nov. 7. Weather clear and
settling, and the river declining. Arrived :
Kati", New Orleans. Departed last night:
Bolle Sbruveport, Henry Ames, Susie
Silver, fur St. Louis, und James Howard,
Cairo, and Mary Pac, Now Orleans.
Nashville, Tone, Nov. ".The river
is swelling slowlv, with 11 inches on
Harpelh shoals. Tho weather is fair and
Kvansvillk, Ind., Nov. 7 The
weather is clour, with a frosty morning
ami plotsnnt afternoon. Thu rivel has
risen 8 inches, but Is now about stationary.
.Mercury 35 to 00. Port list up: Favetle.
9 a.m.; Arkansas Belle, at no u B. II.
iiuit, opm. Down: Isvaiisvllle, 4 p.m.;
Mary Anient, 5 p.m. ; Morning Star, U p.m.
uusinoiB is ihi r.
.Memphis, Nov. 7. Weather cloudy
and unsettled. Tho river is about station
ary. Arrived : Pink Varblo, St. Louis,
Mary Boyd, City of Augusta, White river.
Departed: Indiana and Glenco, St. Louis,
Katie, Now Orloans.
New Orlkans, Nov. ".Arrived: Car
rlo V Kountz, St Louis. No departures.
Rained all tiny.
VicKsiiURU, Nov. 7. Down : Mary
Miller, Pouuinah. Up: Robt Mitchell.
Cloudy urd cool. River falling.
Louisville, Nov. 7. The river has
fallen 2 Inches ; 6 feet 8 inches in channel;
0 foot 8 inchos in chute. The weather is
clear and pleasant. Arrived: Charmer,
Minlola, Cincinnati; Wild Duck and
barges, Pittsburg. Departd : Charmer,
Kvensville; Minneola, Memphis ; Wild
Duck, St. Louis All through cannal.
FiTTsiiURfi, Nov. 7. River 4 feet 6
Indies in channel; this evenincr about
stationary. Weather clear and coal.
Departed: Arlington, Now Orleans; Brill
will leavo for New Orleans to-morrow.
Exchange, Mossonger and Marrv Davaea
aro announced for bt. Louis.
Washinqton, Nov. 7. Probabilities
Over all Northwest and thence to Ohio
valley, Kentucky and Tennessee rising
barometer northwesterly winds and clear
woathor with frosts on Friday. Over on
lakes and thence to the Western and
Middlu states clear and very cool weather
with frost and brisk northwesterly winds.
In the South Atlantic slates clearing
and northwesterly winds veering to north
erly or west. On the gulf brisk north
erly wind voerlng to northeasterly with
partly cloudy weather. Warnlnr signals
havo been ordered for Detroit. Cleveland.
Toledo, Buffalo, Rochester and Otwveo.
and aro continued for Milwaukee, Grand
Haven and Chicago.
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