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Vo1- XXVI.It* 7,069.
NEW-YORK, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1866.
PRICE FOUR C NTS.
THE ELECTIONS.
Ceu. "can's Majority in IVniisjlvania
About 18,000.
TWO RADICAL CONGRESSMEN CALNED?
TEE -'.MON MAJORITY IN OHIO AIIOIT tfJM
Indi-lia r>,000 Majority-Eii,'Iit Inion Con*
gregra.- Elected.
? CLEAN ?SWEEP IN IOWA.
PENNSYLl AMA
r.X?SYlA'iNIA fOB THE ONION.
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t*rM?wi olOeorj-iid ('Ijprier Tvi'b those ol' Lincoln
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Mt.
!__ 6__a_-_; BC?ULT.
a**?rl_l llier/ali*!-?? to Tkr "I. V. Trifeaee.
i".Y'S VAVjaiT*..
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-"bel.'"
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Uitli??.'- riiy )i?)i I? ?t ni m i".' 9, l? i
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In the Scbuylkill District, Is elected by 300. Thero
:s nothing certain about Covotle, but it is supposed he
ii MBYI
rniLADKtPltA, Oct. 10.-The Prttt has received
lal I dispatches, dated this morning, indicating the
el?'? tion of Cuke, Republican, iu the Xth Congressional
D.'triithy about ,r>00 majority, and also the po? idle
aJaaUeaaf Corode, Republican, in tieXXist Cou?
(Ti??sion?l District, Indiana County giving him 2,200
liiijnri'y. Tbe ? dispatches to The Frets (-?timatn
ti.it the Congressional Delegation will ?itaad 16
ii'?-|i?i!ilicsns to ?! ?Democrats, and (?hat Qeairy vill bo
el? !?-d Governor by 18,000a?Jorftr- possibly 20,000.
The DemiKiu'K St.iie (?eticial Con.mitte? have re?
ceived dispatobsa abiea ladieate aa entirely different
laanlt 'I hey latlaiH? the inajorily o! Geary is 0,000,
with ih?; prospect that it will ho reduced.
The greife t aiiviety is expreiecd to hear l'roni the
northern ten cuiiut.e?, and c-pecuiHy Tiogi, Bradford
an?) fHwjiiriiaima. ^*
7'/??- In ti,m' Bulli'in ?.- tilinten that Gearys ma?
joritj in the Htau? will h? alunit 17,109.
Tb? Republican* Jote the ?tate Senator in the I?t
District.
COX'CTfFs'MIUN ELECTED.
??larilrl Ultputchc? ?o The N, Y. Tribune.
RBPCIH.ICAN OAI5S.
riTTsuuB?.!!. l'.iin., Oct. 10.-Westmoreland gives
I.l.""i Diinu! rain mujo;.I;, ; Fuyi ttc, 7C<0 D? itiocratic?
in..j?mt) ; liitliuiin, -.,'^00 Union mnjority. Covode's
iliTi.uii n certain.
l'iui.Ai'KiPHiA. Ott. 10.- Cake and Covode are
both i 1??.?!? ?1, both pan.?; ibis making th?: Union dele
i'.i'iiui 1- m the X1.th Congress.
PIIILADKI.I'IMA. (??t. lu.-In the Xllth Congres?
sional District. Donnison, Democrat, is elooHu t?>
H H - election b lo be eoateeted.
in til?* Vth ?Ooagreealoaal District, Tailor, ?Bepab?
- e)l'?-tl-(l,
'I? -rallcarries Cambria County ard ?la elected by
2,600 in the X \ 11 f li ('(iiifrc-Mt.ii.ii In.?!ri t.
I' aiej's | B< p. ) n ijonty for CoagHSB, iu tbo XXth
Di?tn?!,' li 1,000, ?according to the Republican ?Beti?
lil.I'".
TI.?. Daaaeeiatk state Coamittaa give in the xth
Ct iii_'r?-s-?;?ii)iil District ?is very i Umt), with the ftn_\.
b lily (.1 the dm t.mi ?d' ?Dr. Qlaaiager, Democrat. Di?
].at? i-.?-- received bj tilt Daaaoi ratta committee, from
?UM XXth Congressional 1?.strut, say that McCaluiont
i-, ?defeated BJ 1,000 iniji.rity, a pin i f 1,193 ?in Liu
.nin'-t von-. Their retttrnsnon tin xxi-t. ?Coagrea
li Hal D.ttrict indicate the ?lection ol' Weir. ?Damn
?.rar, over Coi ode. Republican, by the following vote:
lialiana County. 2,200 Rcpulib an majority: rayait?
Count?, 1,100 Demon..tie majority, Westmoreland,
1,400 Demo?"a'.;, m,j ?r.iy, urtam.
PbiLADiiLPiiiA. i*1 p. m.", (?ct. 10.-The Democrats
elain the election of Dr. Gloonlger, Democrat, ??ver
Col. Ci'Y.i; in 1he Xth (Scl-:;ylk;ll Uli I.cbauon)
Ci.ngre??)oim! Di-tr?'t, and ?estimate Geary'?*; majority
i:i ihe pilule at In ni 6,1 M to lo.OwO.
I'ITTSBCRGH. I'd., (Kl. JH.-I.iii renee County gives
I Repul?,can m?}oritJ of 3,061 with a!! the dlttrk M
hi'.ird from. Covad? \t ? arl unly elected by about ,'i.'?0
niajor'ty. Westmoreland Coiatj gives a DaaMHrasio
n; -DI, I y of alun' 1,000, ?and I'ayef!? I ?slaty I Demo?
cratic majority of tK>0; -which is overcome by Indiano
Comfy gning Civode am*?jority ot l,KW,
VOTi; OF PHILADELPHIA FOR MEMBEl OF
OOHOlEtt.
The vote in Philadelphia for OaafaaaBBHa show?
.?.iiMtl.rahltt falling olT at present appearance;? frcm
the Radical majorities of lotii. On the Beta for
Governor, the ?fifty gives l.t'.'J;! majority for G. ary.
and on the J <.'i?ia;y i..te, ,\372 for Jadge Alli?(?n.
Tbe Congress rot? i?? ?ewer than either of these:
rntii i-istiiiT.
-isa?.- -no4.
i? i- i)??_. M#p. r???.
I "Ji Olabieem, rmHi!!. Pair,. RrKlali.
M . 710 ill
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v . ?IH .... -A7
i I . BU .... IM
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I . M
VII .
vin. na .... o?
IX . -?II .... 2-IO
x. i.'iir, .... ..-.".-.
"-.'.'?I . -?.-' At*
I', j, m?J . ,r.*.'l t.'tTJ
inikD DISTB1CT.
li. i? D?ut Rap. I .-* ?
IV r,l,. My?? E-ickwiil*,. My,. I -ckw??n?r
Ml. oyj .... 115
XIII. 'aCl
X11. M H?
M !l . 'JOd da
xviii. M3
xix. u: .... IM
Bey m.ij . n**o 11.J5
VOIBTH 1..!-mu I.
It?o I'.? nj Rip D?m
II ?ria K.ily. 11.1-'. l?!ly Neilin?.?.
XIV. ?H ... .v.'1'
XV. M
XX . ?HI? .... '?'?
XXI. :.- .... d10
XXIV . . Hi .... ?5?
XXIII. M .
..ct Kip nu* i itf?D Bep. nuij
HITII DIS1K1CT.
H?p. D?ti.. R??- D*m.
Vi i, ?li. '!?? . Jt,,.t li?.,?- Um.
XMI - M ... W
XXIII . tP3 .... til
xw. t(JB .... tia
HU, Rtp muj.
Kepiiiji-an mijotity itjtm.
Hucki Co?nty to Wai from.
??(Arm ?IA not.
I . HI.J 8167
TI. TA-4 ... tom
111 . 10MS .... IM*
iv . ?MU -?-? :?w^
V. io?*? .... Hd
77K) ' 7
HKi ?nat
SOW lep m..J. MH lep ?Mt
The Democratic majority in Bueki Co which is a part
ot the Vth District, will out down Taylor's majority to ?300
or -tot?.
COUNTY RETURNS.
lp?clal Vlspalcbe? ta Th? N. T. Trlbu?e.
WATKK.
Ei?ven districts in W?yne County h?ve been he?rd
from. The Republicsu gain ia 267. The probable
Democratic mojo-iity is ?375. This is based on com?
portion of vote of Ie64.
BRADFORD.
TOWAKDA, Pa., Oct. 10.-Partial return? from Brod
I fort! County indkutu 4,000 m^ority for Geary for
Governor and member of Congre>8.
WARREN.
WABREN. Pa?, ?Oct: 10.- Warren County pves a
Union majority of about 1,100
CAMERO?.
ST. MART'S, Pa., Oct. '?-Cameron County givei
70 majority for Geary and for fecboiield Union Cou
?gr-essmun.
CrMBERLAKD.
CARMSI.I, Oct. 10.-The Democratic majority in
Cunibcrland Co?tuty it K?0, a Republican gain of 2ie
on tbe vote of IN4.
DArratit.
ITABRUBURO, Ott. 10.-From returns now in it is
...?T.iii.itcU tbat Dauphin County will give Geary a
majority of 1,1100.
TlOGA.
WtaUMHDHBBi Oct. 10 -Rcturc? from 19 town?
show M gain of .HI for Condren? und Govcinor, ?and
indica!, 3,100 minority in Tio?g? County.
CBAWKO?D.
__ADTILLK, P?., Oot. Id.-T^t*ty-ont? t?WB??hip?
in Crawford Coui'ty give Geary 1.791 m?jority. Nine
iu?tnshi?p? gi?? Clyme? t?*7 niaj?nity. llepablienn
ii ai.a.ty uf ?..MI4. -?venteen lnvti?.hi^ >vt li lum
it,?in, wbicb will iucrea.?-? liie I.'cyublkan msjon'y t<>
OjHOQ. Fin?t?-v l??r Cougrcse bus run about lou Luhiiid
tnc ticket. The whole Republican county ticket is
i lo? ted.
CLKtltFlKLI'
iTRONli, P? , Oct. lu.-lu Clearfield County 1C
. - are ht ?l-l from. Om-half the county o I'nr
*AW ,, i; i. , .a pum oltM comparad trttb Us*
i ol?.'? fot?. ChmerV mnjon ty in the i (?in ty is ali?, ?t
1.lim. Th? m^ori'y of Scott"( lb :?. ) ?iver ?Schofield
lor Congies? ii tbo li the sanie.
IVAKlI.'VHrOJi.
Wd-hinntoii c? : 'i 'r?(i HI i Dt iincrati?' gain on
Mt-Clollaa/i ?ataol ..'?'<'.
BUL
Klk CoinIty um" .'.on inaioiitt 1er CJvn.n s cain
0) it
OHIO.
m
THF. GF.NKHAL RESULT.
Ipertel DlMtcie? la The N. Y. Tribun?-,
LAHl.B UNION GAINS.
The ?Governor of Ohio tclegra?)hs the State good for
?50,000 Union majority.
CINCINNATI, Oct. 10.-The total vote in this city
yesterday foots np over 29,000, which exceeds by
3,000 any previous vote. The Republican majority,
it is estimated, will be about 50.0o0. The voto for
the purchase of the gas-works by tho city was over?
whelmingly in favor of the purchase.
COU'MBCS, 1 a. ni-Forty-five counties give a Un?
ion majority of 35,749. The majority in the Stat?
will be about 43,000. Dclany is probably defeated.
Morgan?! election is claimed by the Democrats by a
i. J rity of 2r>0.
MAJORITIES.
( OtfOMH,
PoTiTSil'it'T'i, Ohio. Oct. 10.-The CityofPoit?
niKiiih gives 80uiajoritv, and S.ioto County 4(X) ma?
mmy lor Wilson, Union Congressman, in tho Xlth
1?; Trift.
MARIO?, Oct. io.-C. R. Himilton, Union, is
elected to Congre?? m the VlIIth Di st ri? t.
I'ltKHoNT, Oat 9.-In the IXth Congressional Dis
'-tie Co., lii.ikl.m.Ts, Ri'inibhean, majority is
1,1?'?", Kain over COT, ?f,7; Huron, Buckland, "?,000 ma?
jority, Union fruin l?70O| ?Saadaskf, Fun-frock, Cop
I" "In ail. 17(1 majoriti ; Union gum, ;>o: Crawford,
Fin'frock. 1.000) I'n'ion ?gaita, I?0. Indications of
Buckland being alaeted by 1,600 mnjoriiv.
CLBVKLAND, Oct. io.-Spalding, Radical, is elected
to Ceagrasabj over 6,000 majority.
N?w PHILADELPHIA, Oat. lit.-Micbenor's (Dem.)
majority ?.vor Bingham, for Congre S?, in Tuscarawon
Contitv, is about 'Mm.
CINCINNATI. Oct. io.-F.gglcston's majority in the
IstCtispreesHnal ?DHtrlot over I'endleton is about
90?). In Wi4 Eggles ton'? majority wa? 2,403.
In the lid Coograaaiaea] District the msjority of
Baree, Republican, is 1,000.
Ht (VRis, Ohio, Oct. Hi.-IXth District-Buck
land's, Republican, official majority 1,400.
COUNTY RKTUHNP.
Special IHipatcb la The V V. Tribu?.-.
MAKIO*.
M M:IOI?, Oct. in.-Marion C'ltuty, Ohio, ?ives ?
Duaacntk mayuity ti 140, a I 1MB gain of io.
VAN WKRT.
TAM WpnT. Ohio, O.t. 9-W. !\.r tUnion), for
Congreas, ?.'.tins in live tenaaUps ?nrerCli, in 19S6,
9?|; ?-.-tiuiated majority in County, 225.
OX VAHO?.A.
(II.VKI.IND. Ort 9.-Cuyaling? Couuty givei
8,000 Union major.ty, a cain over Cm <.f over ?St.
( ii uliiiid. tim o ward-. Till Republican majority;
gum of 200 over Cox's majority rote. IlrookJyu
i.ip ."?12 majurav; Union ?gail, IM,
CKAWP'.HD.
Hi? VRIS Oil. 10.-Official Dcmovrstic major.tv
1,17*. AlrClrllM). I.l>.
INDIANA
THE OEMERAL RK?UI.T.
A HARD FIGHT - I ?IHM MAI??BIT 110?.
?pedal Ili.p urh to The \. M . Trihue?.
INDIANAPOLIS, Oi t. 10.-Our dispatches come in
slowly. Partial returns from M .-?unties show in 10
? n for the Union ticket; ia five counties,
a Detu<.< !.?' ( g.u:.. Six counties show an unchangttd
vote. I"r.?in tin-??)1 and general dispatches, the Union
majority in the ?-tate i? put at 15,00(1. The returns
from Marion. Hancock. Johnson, Morgan and Hhilby
Counties show heavy Union losse-?, but they are not
official, ?and may be changed by further returns
INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 1C-Th.- returns suma in very
i lowly, and are exceedingly incomplete, Tn? State is
?g1 .,. rally (onceded totb? Republicana by about 15,000
major.ty.
Ililli map.?li? City mid County give a Republican
majority of 1,300. In 1-(?,',, they gave Morton forGov
ernor ?I.iKKi maj(?ri!y.
Hughes, Iii ?, lillie an. i? elected to the Legislature in
Marion County, which is a gain.
cos?kKs.s MAJORITIES.
Npe.lal l)li|?!< tri I? Thr N. 1 . Trlbaae.
IM'IIVU??! Ir M'r.lliPMlay, (Xt .ii-llp.m.
Fuller returns from the nortln r:i part ol the State,
received this aftcrnocn, ?bow lsrge Un?,,n gains
Fioni the ?kui estimates that ian be made, the Union
majority in the Sta'.C Mm* l-c 15,000. The following
Ccnfre??men aro elected:
DistrietA
lit. Niblack. Demo? rat, ?ass ority 2.<*)0.
lid. Kerr, D.-mocrut, mnj r?ty 1,977.
Hld. Hnnu-r, Union, ma- >?rit? SUP.
IVth. Holman, Democra:, majority 300 to 500.
Vth. Julian, R? publican, iiiujniity ?WO.
Vlth. Cobuni, Republican, majority 2,200.
Tilth. Washburnc, Union, majority ?SOO.
VIHth, Orth, Union, majority 300.
JXtli. Colfax, Union, majority 2,000.
Xtb. William?. Union, majoritv 2,000.
Xltb. 8b??_iks, Uniou, majority 2,000.
The Republicans claim two-thirds of both branches
of the Legislature.
INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 10.-The Vlth (Indianapolis)
Congirs?ioD?&l District gives Coburn, Republican, a
majority of 2.500, which is a Republican loss of over
five thousand on the vote of 1NU.
In the lid Congressional District, the election of
Kerr Democrat, is conceded.
The Republicans claim eight Congressmen and a
majority m both branches of the Legislature.
Wabash County gives Shanks. Rep., 1,000 ma?
jority, which it a Union ?oin of ?100.
TBRRB HACTB, Oct. 10.- Vermillion County, Ind.,
?gives Waahburn, Union, L18f| Claypool, Copper
head, 709-a Union ga'U of 100.
MAJORITIES IB COLFAX'I DISTRICT.
t u..ixi 1 jrpU'i ID.D .1 DI.
Marshal. *A
SUrk.
Can.?170
Fulton . C8
lulaski.2?J0
Total.1,041
Cunnii??. ? ,'ti t mi j
fit Joceph. rid)
La porto.lil
l'urt?\r.5U0
Lake.775
Miami. SO
Jaipet. ?J
Hilton.125
Ne? tun.lu)
Wlilta. 50
Total.?WV
Collsx's majority, 1,608. This ii ? gain for Coliox
ntOm ?ver his majority in 1>%4. A later dispatoh puts
bid aiiij? rity in the District ?t 2,168.
COUNTY RETURNS.
?.?p. rial Dlepelrh?. la The 1. Y. Trlbua?.
TIOO.
Vigo County will probably give u Republican ma?
jority ol 700.
TIPPECANOB.
Lafayette City gives 500 Democratic majority. The
Couuty is doubtful.
BARTIIOI.OM.TW.
Bartholomew Couuty givei a Democratic rrajority
of SOO; a Union goiu of 50 on Congressional VJH.
MADISON.
Modi-son County giv: ?9M Democratic majority.
MONTi.OMKBV.
CRAW FORWIVILM:, Oct. 10.-lgo for as heard from,
there it a small Union gain in thi? county on Morton'?
rote in 1804.
?UBHMH
N.iKTi? VBBNON, -Oct. lu.-Jennings County gives
a I mon majority <>i Gol.
MI1MI.
TBai, Oct. 10.-In Miami County, the Union tieket
ha? 20 majority, with the loss of Couuty Clerk and
I rc.?.:.r?-r. The Democratic guns ara 120 over 18(14.
FCLTUN.
PLRC. Oct. 10.-Fulton County Go Democratic ma?
jority ; Union gam 30.
MARION.
Union majority J. MX), a Un ion lost of 4.MX).
HANCOik.
Demoirati.' maj??Tity 180, a Democratic gain of
no.
10BH0H.'
Tim County give? I Democratic majority ti Ml
MOROAK.
Fun* majority (?I?- n Union gain of IB,
SI!' I HY.
Shelby Couutv giv?-s a D?mocratie majority if 41'??'.
I ? Union ram of 150.
IOWA.
CONT.RESS M.UORITIE?*
Speelal niea.atel.ea te Thr N. Y. Trtbunr.
FORT MADIS?..-, Iowa, Oct. lO.-Wajrren's (Dem.
for Congress) iiiaj-jnty over Wilson in this town ii
149. McC.-..an'? majority over Lincoln in l-**64 waa
11?; Warron'sTntellrsfj; Wil-r.n's vote 286? McClel
lan's vote ?Mil Lincoln'?, tote !t*26. Le? Countv has
?ri'iie Republican. The State han gone overwhelm?
ingly I num. Iti-Dton heit Stone for ?.???vernor 57. in
Loa ('?ninty in IMS. Weimw have '?00majority.
1'AKitHA, GutLrio Co., Iowa, Oct. 10.-Dodgo's
(Ken. ) majority for Congre., in this town ia .r>0.
DtMuim, Oct. 10.-GOD. Dodge (Rep.) fee Con
grc-s, has (00 majority ov?*r Tattle in this County,
'luis is a U'lii-n g ?in of '?19. Dodge', majority in
I'ot'awatamie will na?h 100.
t 0\ MY KETIRNS.
IK?.
Return? do.n l..?> County give A Republican ?na
j??iii> of -'?ii. b 1-01 UM Democratic majority ?*as
,?Tti."
TAM k.
ToM.PO, Io?" ,i, Oct. Hi.-The Republican vote in
t?*"-, if. ii. ...I. In Kangaroo 11rs. ]*___ estimated
ti-., i.!...m majority in tho county is MO. In VBSi
Liu? i.lii i ? .?.*._ lf?v, lind MiCl.ilan C.? in this town
-.tip.
OI'T-BIF.
Patton givs ."><l Republican aiinj*?- i'r.
POUE.
Dr.Moi.NK, Oct. IO.-Col. YA. Wricht's (K?'p.) ma?
jority far Secretary of Stitt?? owr Vanaiidti in this
County is 500. >3tOOa- (Rao.) irmjority in the County
for Govornor in l?w>5 was Ml. Cmon'gain 'J7'J.
POTTAWATAMIE.
Cou*, IL rib?F*., Oct. io.-We have carried thit
tow n by lo?) majority, a K? publican gain if ii. Wo will
carry this Connty for ?_i.ii. Dodge hit Congrest hy 10O
Uiiij'irity, a g.?in of 40.
?Vi.A17a-.V-?
r?p?-? lal I?I.put. h te Thr IS. Y. Tribune.
RKi'CBLICA.? TH1CMPH IN BALTIMORE.
lUbTiMoRR, Oct. 10.-To-day, the fettttk of Bal?
timore join? d hands with their brethren ot p.-nnsyl
vania, (?Ino, Indiana and Iowa, in their rohuke of
"Mi I'o! 11." Noiwithstandiii)- all the influenne of
Pan ral patronage, G.?v. Nrasa'l thrent?, and the
money ol'RP1 ?c1 syrnpiithi_(<r_, the I'nioniuts could
not l?e iniluci'd to '.. -wing round the eircie" and ?tir*
rend? r UM Constitution and stats t?i those who have
ban eiuleavoniiif to obliterate both for the past five
years. The election to-day baa c?.nsc?*iicntly resulted
in ti:?- choice of Joba Loa Chapman l'or Mayor, ami
the ratln Radical ticket for bo_ branches of the City
Coutitil. Anning the Couiuilinen elected are thonn
M!. . *.oted infamst tfiid.rii.g tie hoipitalitiea of tho
eily to I'.eudtut John-ou, on his return from his
matt. el<"' iioneerni. t?nir. A heavy storm prevailing
ttt iba t?laniMa*. prevc-tnl many from going to the
I>?>.1* to vo_ . Tin- Ra?aall carried nil of the Wards
in ihe i ity. Hie fullo'ving are Cbu_?_iun'a.majorities:
\V"A Wari l\ ",?. ^
i i vin . ,; JUT....'.*>
II . I". I IX. 154 i XV.<J7
Itr - - -' X.143 XVI.909
IV. IM ! XI. IM XVII. 19
V . ?.. < Ml . '.'.I XVIII.2U
VI IXL.154 XIX.171
vu a I xx.100
Ch.ipiii?ii'.? L_jj??.ity over Harvey, i.,?..!.
M il-Jh RSEY.
M.?* ARK CHAHTPR XLECTIOB.
Tbt cbarte* election In N< wirk on Tueadriv p*i??t*_ off
veri quietly, ted rtiulte?. in a tri'tuipb for the Repul?? ana,
tleil ?Ity ticket beinc elcrted by I,l<_! majoritv, and a
?tear flin bull?*; ui?de ??fibre. Ke'?ibliriii>s in tLs C??rri
jriiin ( 'nan ii. The following? is the result of the rote upon
tbo eily ticket by n?aj?.ntlei:
l'aies. Peel. TY,tit. IBIOB. D?q?.
IX . 44?,
X . 4.
XI . yo
X11. 383
XIII. 980
T.iti.l . 1?!? *M
TT. yu ....
1!! . 4.1 ....
1*. . 21.1
V _ . X
VI . 75
VII. ..***-.
vin ............ wi
I . O-J ril .'.'. do in lr". 1.33..
On Alderiiii- l ?Iii resiill i* about the ?sine-the RV ?iiibli
esni runiiiii? la tiwi a little lu Hie Pint sud Second \\ ittAt,
but making la-?/?* trama in (lie Suth, Eloventh and Twelfth
Ward*, whore they ran ahead of their ticket
In Iii? Ninth ami utber e.f the itr?>ri(. Kepnblican Wai ii?.
tninr irtgiitered Kepublirnns filled to rote. At the Vo
veuiber eltetin.? (teorfte A. Ha'.sry, the Republican ran ii?
date for Coiigicsi, -ill bar?-nearly -.(sK) majority lathe
?iir, t_?unii_ his triumphant eleirtion over Koli .1 iii!?
chirit by at Isait l.-as' atajorilj.
? ??lisi?)*? OOOMNIB
The ii? w Common ( ouncil will ?laud I? ?.?.?o'* I 15? pub
lirani in ttultn
Teim expire? HIT, Tonn rxpirr? IMI
f'hariet J.y ALtandre tirant
Samuel .itunter. ICi'iiiim (' Hitnltmjttii
trauen Harlin, ll'ilbant Manuttt,
T YY. Lord IWBOOl Robotham.
Jkr-Jsmlii Suillh Jotepk /r-i-ir-r.
tin '. re H'.rii Jume, if I'titerton.
A: lr m Itha. J- hn Purer
o ii Ali mini- r Knirlri.
S e-iAter .? 'I Tltniel D', ?laker,
A t W. ?.? mit Jnhii Wi?i.iins,
i | I'.i ? .? Juin?*? II Neil.
?...i: lurent, .Inn?"? li Tiehcuor
Doutai ISiUimn Atehriiliaek.
li? Ki'tiubiicant tnd IO D?n.o? ruti.
LATKB.
Si-ic- (!,?. n,hcre wit written, reTiaed returns ihow the
Kidiinl l.eptiblii'ui. uinjonty in Newark to be ?.Iii'.'. K.ir
Die lint Utne in ten years erery department of the City
Government ii un?l?r Itepubluan cudro!. The Aldermen
c.iii.i-d are one oach from the Fourth, r-'ifth and'I i.irteeiith
Ward*, uiakiDg? the Couimon Council stand, after the lit
of Jititiirv next, It? Kepubliciiui to 10 Domocrata. The
li? ?an! ??i Kfcholderi and Board of Emue are alto largely
Repubhean.
MEJOICINGS.
POUK KCTICCT.
Mrot>L_T0??I?, Conn-, Oat. I0.-The I)??uglai Battery of
thli city are tiring a talula in honor of tho Republican
Union Mcti.ni'? throag-oat the cnuotry.
KIW-YOUX.
AtiiAKT, Oct. 10-The I'uion Republicana of thUelty
fired 100 Kimi this sflenioou in honor of the virtonei in
Fennirlrania, Ohio, Indiana and Town.
RvB-iriE, N. Y, Ort. 10- The Union Republicana
fir?, li?) g mt st noon to-lay ever the nonti, ot the Bute
election! Tritcrday.
MEXICO.
CRAIOPS l? T?ttt MIKIITIT-RETIRBMEXT O? THB
HUSCH ?tlNI.STlHS -SI'RFrn Of THB K..F-ROR
ra_*IUVNT iOmOMQOfO AJiTf-BLC? KAP? FtOf LA
MATIOK-SrB-tiftKINK TKhkurtAfllS.
Flea ?Jar Ow? Coir??>ft>?iAti_i:
Mexico, ||fi 20, 186?*.
Oa the lit!? s nio.iii.iiitum of tho Emperor. Ministry
took plsce bj tile retirement of Sehor ?Salaxar frtrm the
Miniitry of the Interior and Public Workt, Don Teohlo
Marta incceeding bim as Minuter of the Interior, and
Don JoiquiD de Miery Toran ai Miniiter of Pabhc
Worki. Don M mud flarcla Aguirre ru appointed
Mi'.istur of Worship and l'ublic Itiitraction. The Cubi?
not thus tor.slituted ii ijeoken of in the jour-alt at the
IaBTci Mmlitry, Don Teodo.lo Laros, Minuter of Justice,
a proi.ii.ei.t Conterrutire, being the leider of it. Tho
?.tfieial Diario of the Hub announcca thn retirement of
(len. D'Osmont from the Ministry of War, and Gen.
Kritnt frota ?iul of k munee. The ceaea of the r*4*i*rna
tiont of tt??*su French officert ii not given. Tbe former II
.urce<"led by O? ii. Ramon Tubera, and the latter by Don.
Joequi- Tonn IaOirr_n_ar, both, however, only ad la*
le tin
The aopivetaary of Mexi<-.a- in?l?)?*>endenee, 8ept. 16,
waa tlulv eeltliratc.l in the rnmlai. The Eapnror me-* a
gp< ech, repeiitmc hu determination to defend hit Crown.
He ??? i t!.i.t "It i* net in di_e.it momeatt tbtt t true
Haptburg di-serts hu iioat."
lb? l'r?*si?lint ? auti-blocka?le proclamatioa otcationod
*omc "oiiiioeiit, Lui, as there never waa any bloekad? de?
clared <>r intend?"?! by Matiraiiian, th* ounUrblast inna
(he preiuiicnt was regarded ne an electioneering docum' ut
for hornt? coneumptlon.
A vii tory of the Inipeiialisti unilti M??ile/ o?'?
IUguld iu Hlabaaan i* r?.?M.rt??d. No oibtr miUi.iry
neal of iiii.'icst.
The p.ipcr? iii'liil??!.' in much ipeoulitKiii (one miiTi the
reault ?8* IM Y.inpnm'o % ian to k'rRDi'e, but noihi'it.? wj*
! kllOWIl.
It. I,uni I . M.iury at I ?>. bin! el ' ? BOi I *8-tHefl (?j l.?y
, t!.t___ji_- tel graphs between Mtxico and Cuba.
SPEECH OF OEN. GEARY.
HABRIKB-BO, Oct. ?9-When the returns announced the
fsetofGon. Johu W.Geary's election aa Governor of
Pennsylvania, the " Boys lu Blue'' formed a procession
and proceeded to the .l?in?es ITonso for the purpose of sere?
nading him. When the band h??d ceasea paving, Gen.
Geary, who vu loudly called for, apjicare?! and responded
to the compliment in the following a?idrets:
IKI.I.'IV i iiu.v.ss A? the o&ndidute and rrprwentative of
thi) tricniphant Hiion KepaMaaa pirty of PetinsyIrania, I re
t-iprooate your ootigratulntlons, aud return you my ?iDceire
ti, inks fur t_a? gre. tbig It li Indeed a noble ia tory we have
acbi<*Teil. ws i ?mot too f?-rvently and loo rvp?iite?lly ottett
thanks to AI ii. ig lit y ???si fur thai new evil?-??, of UM pres?
ence iu the nilli.?? of our i.atioi.il ditti.-nltiet. The
?tune hand Ibst gul?!?*.) u? through tho ?alferings and
ile.ith ??t H ritiis.Si su r<-!?lliiiii hu l?i! m nifi-ly through a new
and even more tremendo!?. p?-rll. The tate?teaM? o? the terri?
ble ?ivenhro?? of tren^fn ia Pennsylvania-the sublime chic
sespirt to th" crowning victor of g'eaitbm-tliu ??cond and
final tonender ci lo llcl-el ?ympatl.M?'ti. wfin'orevir m.d Justly
settle n? r,y iU?P'H?''! qoSslaaa It permano??? e?ttMi?bes the
hat Hat taawavataa?at ?af He I'mted ,%ai?-s i* ?wt?d in th?
American pt'irpk- u'ld in tlii-ir rupresnatelvas Is ? ?ingress at
?. inlil.il :_iil u?vt iu u ??iinipt K_auli?e. A iui upon llu-i strong
?ia 1 irraaik' fnateUtlna a s nindi noir piss-eal to fortify ?gamut
th?-iiiruu?!? of Hu?: ?in 1 He ultucki of Vtawm, the following
tri.ttw uni ?Saft sums :
."Thal ti.?OoT??.,u.?-iit of ih? peeph,, by th? people, and for th?
I ? pif lb,II lui. psri ?.'. ?ram ti.? *.?th.
"1 hit ?sr? ?. ?Dil tttenalul Utiort. ?!t?(?l'??<l In hitti?, thill not b?
r?t'or?d l?, rom li e country thor itt?u>pte?l to duttoy.
"Tbit ?(?ti our to.-?fntheri <i?clired DUB ?p?b!? ?nf ?wlffOTini.
m, ni. tli.?y rejected th? hirriy of han.io Hla?ery, ind pledfed ?qnil
pi, at. a, rift.t? tu nU i l.eir tui-i-eiiot?.
.. 1 ka li?/..??, i th- , im ,. r, ?.-relented In ?he uti?? ?nd National
Lejunilui?, ui ml te ? ?."i? ft witt, th? rljl.li < f ? I'lfii'liip
"Ib?l al. tl.??s?.in?iof lb? (?ovarnmrnt, clvlla'id mlHUry, run???
b? p?-i?.-?eiiafly ,i I ?.?my eierclt? J lo p ?.le?? Tiiidt?.?t?. iDd, if
iiirii. li?, ?v, me .un oppiftted broth-ri In Ih? South ifiliwt the
? ?vi,, pii?, cullalla , t iib? t win ate ?till ?<i impenitent tod defiant
la?; t ?ru ?aaW? Jabaasa i?.r? t? pard'?n theoi ?
" Tint tun .?kte-?'"?) !? ?. mrtri ?? t!??t mblrb mid? th? Ronun
rltiiei ?tr nu nod retpreted iii orr th? world, and which ?linnliitei
Ih.? I! .I.ni d.i?. in unit today to defei ?1 Hrtilili IBbJtttl ??ililli op
pi?.ililli mid |cr.?i ti i' ii. i ?,?A??T.?r SMB?te?al fcow??er lemon?. ???
th?' ii we tu a ti choot? betw? en t.-.oi? who will uot yield to th? coo
asante term? In Hie rrci-nt lnxirten? ?Sute? md thoa? who hu?
toni! t itctdily for ti? Ooternmimt ?nd pri? fur !?. pro:?-lion, w?
lilntly pt-let the men who od. red their Uvel IOT UM flat to lliu?? wbo
saataaaa to icon ?nd trau.pie i pen ti ?
The Uefi.it of lbs eympiit!ii/?*rs with tr*?.i???n n nd the ov?#
thro??of iiniihui.k?! ?.<! nu?! -ingr-itefnl Kxectiti? n in I'cnnsylva
mu BpsaatlM ? h.|e sont' . ni ,-ou tn to Hs pwaitatlvs paapi*
? f th?- North, with their D-1 tkoiiianJ Intellct tnaland eletntmg
tat??i?"?, nuil httt.r than this it SSSaSSS to the resi?
de,.! loyalists, ?bite and buick, thosi natural awi
?ii Irtebts ?>?????e.l in th?; Dei -lu i tt ion of Independence and
ei tn? I ty the law? of the land. What I'?-iin??yli .mia. who con -
? 1 to the resplendent majority we i-onti-rnplut*' with ?och
in,.', ?al auilj'.y tonight ullfnotfeclproiulth.it to his vote
BS ! la hw energy mnnkird is Indebted for tiles?* priccl'?? bless
Km mp fortified these gr?-nt tr-itl.s firtfn*! all future
t "t It ii for us of ?Pennsylvania to niiiiiituin the forward
?> lion ve kara sa proudly won. Thi- ratal proves that an
utelligent people i aaaot ira drlien an ay from puneiple by ap
peiil? to prejuilicf. lint it hu? the lint that mere than alf that
profligacy and pioscription in huh plu.x-s neri? to nrotMie popu?
lar Indignation, and to strengthen popular convictions. ?fo
tvr.iiit in anyiige-not even that of Nero, whom' infamy Is
?aiitte? In the (mmortul pages of Scutotiliis, ever iletceud?*! so
lo? It: hlscffoits toili ! a . I, ??i ;? ulled eo high lu hit etlorts
to ,!(?trny. ne Andrew Johnson. Strong in the state? power of
a U-trajeil (Mo^le. H itr? ti l,i?il furtli hi? arm. parulyxing where
he could not purehuie. Binl-,i ni|-i:!g ?here he could not sub?
due. Oin Stale ?ni coiiMii'il into a murket pin-en. where the
olfii ?i of ihe jK-iile wer? profl.-n-d to tlii-niselies a? the f__i of
tiicir min lirgrndation, ar.d when? honest opinion was ?rtra
iin',1 .nal cr:i??T. nyropl.uniy disgustingly rew.-irded. But thi*
attempt lo rett, te the tinUm nf the Houti, and to r:i?.ct th* Cop
prrheitd nj the A'crth has pruied to be a naUmiiiin to brief thal
Au failure hal consi-jni-d botJi tit a deeper death and lo a darker
sraie tlutn that then occupied btfirre. Ihe Commonwealth that
or? resiited und ililied ?nell unls-s alni ?u,h brittiil?iesmoy ?v^
?*lnlm the prcid tit' ! of hei.tg UP lorti-ras of A?.er)? ?in freislooi.
Hut II I ?in u t? ?.?.) I ful that we i^- not uloi.n estithd to the
IsasHs ut transi? Ltinnt truniph. ludiera and (?ki? complete
the triumvirat? a? lb ? compete for tho pnlm. Let ns
.har? it with them ni the?.- who won the immortal bottle?
agaisist reunion ?lured e.piull? the dsiiger? and the honors of
thu cnnttit t. Now that we bait done <>ur duty, it will be en?y
tar others to folio?-einv let us hope, lor Maryland to hold the
politl?n so brnrely and so bloodily won during the war, and
now ?o-ight to Le Mm from her by returned rebel? aud pen
?ioned Mtaaaarii i, tasg f?.r ISaassaas to retain and rivrt the
iphndld po?t ?he hm captured Irom a doubl tresion ; ^irv for
ljeliwar?? to cut looi? from the prejudice? under ?hi? h she' hss
groaned ?., hang : e??y for Miiaouii to add another page to her
. r.nii.iiie.1 yet immortal record , and. above ali. eaiy for tho
patriots of the Si'i'li to comnel ob--die-tic" to th? last gen^ruut
orotferof the American p.opie in th? u?w auendiueul of thu
NuLoi.al ConititaUon.
ti t.
THE EVENING STAR DMABTER.
8KVB* MORB LIVRA 8AV8D.
CHABLK.8T0**, 8. C, Od. 10.-The whoouer Uoraing
Star, from C-nlenaa, has arrived at yn.nstitir.e. She
pi<*k?ed up seven additioii-1 persons who wera aboard th?
?ICvming Star. Their names are aa follows:
im.? Vi in ?, pilot
.?? io? Iii urn conk.
.1 saan? Mi M MI??, isiutaiit-engineer.
A. f?i /. piU'.-iiger.
K A VAN .'sit KI m peinenger.
Mi? ti Pin "H, Wtlel.ger
M? III 1? '.S..V. itaiiK-ngcr
I le following named jacnon? were lost out of lb? boat
ia which th?- above weru pt. kud up:
JOHN KiviMniH, breaiaa.
M >' .i*, tlntrr. butckrr.
A a? a lady und gentleman whose name? arc unknown.
lAVAKNAn. Oct. 10--Three of tho survivor? from the
Kveuing Star left for low-York this morning on th?
Virgo.
PISASTRM ON THB ?iKOIUilA COAST.
SAVANNAH. Oa., Oct. 10.-Tho steamar City of Bath,
from Bolton, (?.ssaed a itree-masted schooner psini?^
block with a red stnpc, disabled and m tow of a steamer.
Schooner Lucy Voorlieea, ?from New-York, put ?to Fer
nandina in distress.
Frying Pan Mhoal light-ship ws? ?ecn on Tuesday morn
._g 10 mtlca south of 1y bee.
rt'BTUER ?0I8ASTKKS.
I HARLisTON, S. C., Oct. 10.-Kreuch bark Mstallsn,
f'oin tbo Isla ?I Cannan, ?bound to Harre, was towed here
.'.liable?!, and had lost s man overboard. She report* ibai
she psssed a number of vessels disabled.
Brig Keil?.,, d from Newport, 1. I., bound to Havana,
has arrived, badly disabl-sd. Khe loat one seamen.
Tbo following ?e-siels have amved at Keiuandin?, diss.
bled: Bark Av.la, from Boston; brig louisa, from ?Mo?
bile, for Boston; and bng Bradshaw, frum an Eurepoan
port for New-York.
AID POB VRSSKLA IN DISTRESS.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 10.-The Navy Department has re
i-eivml information from Commodore Lanmau, under date
of Charleston, Oct. <, that in view of th? succession of
serious gales be deemed i? proper to send a steamer on a
abort i ruis? in the (?nlf Stream, in the hope of being abl?
to render assistance should uny di?-.?ter? occur.
WRBCBKD PAHSKNOKRS AT NKW-??RI.EAN8.
NKW-OHLKANS, (let 10. -The schooner Sargaway has
arrived at Ouarantine from Ruatan, with 27 passengers
of the wrecked steamer Kxact. (?)
THE REPORTED DISASTER TO THE STEAM?
ER NORTH STAR UNTRUE.
A dispatch to !-. Merchants' Exchange and Reading
Room, says:
.' The steamer seen by th? schooner MarrJA. Magee.from
Philadelphia fir Mobil? [towed into Fortreit Monroe on
the ?th] on th? 5th inst., in distress, sod reported ?athe
North Star, was no doubt the sleame-r Santiago d? Cuba,
for ( ?reytowu, which put back to the port of New-York on
the 7th lost.
[Nor?-The steamer North Stur I? now lying in the Eatt
liver with mnchinery out for thu lut als mouth?.-In. Tkiu ]
ARIZONA.
BATTLK WITB INDIAN? IH SKILL VALLBT-TH1BTT
BAVAOPS ULLKD AND AS UAVt WOTNDBD-A
t SP, KO fTAlk? Si'LUIfcB KILLED AND SETBBAI.
I 11I7KSS WOl'NDBD.
A loder to The Alta Californian, dated at Piestott,
Arizona. Aug. 16, give? the following ?account or a ?battle
between Indian? and Uultod States soldiers and cititens
in Skull V?alley: J _'_i
Aft-r?omc mon^t of unutut? good behavior, th? Iaduns
have renewed hostnttlcs In this vicinity, ?and lu th?ir flrst If hi
met a PiMmpt aud oicrwliclmtiig deleut.
A train of ?even ?ngon?. loaded ? ?th porte of a ?|?iart? mill
for Coulter Tywa 1 Cumming of thi? jduee and with goods
lor Mr Jame? tirant, merchant bert-, left Skull Vallrv tjn tk*
road from la Pa?, aud dutant br ?aid road about i? mile? from
here cm Sunday evening la?t. ?nd had rrocecded I nales wLen a
birre number of Indian? claiming to be friendly, lui demand?
ing pav for going over the road, surrounded the letima They
Wises? numerous and poniiteut. thal ?ltliougii they made no
?tgn of fight, Mr. Irwnisn the ^i^ietor of the train and th?
?M-Baa thought it Ha U) r.-tura to ?kuli Valley andyrvtrure
an f?ciirt fri'ta the di-taubni?-i)t of Anroun \?uiit?eert In camp
there. With ibis, conilimiip of Mi men (Mexican?),
they started out on the full?-wine morning ? ben they were met
near the valley bv the ssmc Indian? and numerous others. lbs
.imki-imen w?we Apache Mohave?. or ItxUana living at la? Paa
arid ?titra her? ou the Coloi ?d?, mid buhu to couiidered ?hieadlv,
bul Tontos and uti.ir ?uld Indians ?rere uotlote in lb? ?voai
pinv. wl.l*li. wuk ti???? sisad-? on th? surrounding bul?, aunt
i?-r?<l peI^!l?p. 150 ni all. Tha deui?n4^f the prvvtons day was
urged, suit wiiUe the ?avtige? bud Wt ?heir ?bows no4 arrows at
a little dt.taiii'i-, it wai ?oteeried that all had nsw and formid?
able talking knjvee. althunsrh nany sttem|!ed lo cou? tut UKO?
AP'T a piriev of ?some moments, in which dey irj-itad that li.?
neil? s?i??l gr?aC?frum shonld he give? up and tlmi on Kick ?on
lilli.* tro men *." 1! "i 1 Is- I nine?! tt.t-i ?fftietl btli'kak.mai<)r
?Md?-. b? klmg tlin-i .???r tholr ktilvai. Mr. Freaman was the
brit to list uvel'the mm ei?i-n! s A ?n-fuiirg to buy the skin ex.
tmAm ?> kim by an hthletlc fi n?i?v IndntosB to grasp t!??
knife fr?ui him.'wh.-n ne?rln:: t!i<- ?*.t?i_?:h? a -.-?tmstar Ired
noon tke Irtilhoi and Ulled l.iiu. ?y thin lim? Li?ut.
ifnttmi. i-ommutidiug tk?. ?ntei-bsieut lu SkaU V-sl
1?T arii? ? ?! i.|?"ii the ipot ?iihsii iioie of his ?wn SMB, one
flin lilli I!? -iuriii and irnral ?SHaaak The light then
baaaat. pcneril aaawsyasaH In all tin* pn VIIDW rneotictcrs
M iib th?? Inilliins in thin port of tin? Territory itiey ham shown
a ili?|? ?Ilion to Hehl at a dtitni ce t/? take to the trei-t or rocU,
lmt in thu inifnn?<. tbey ?t????! op to 'l??-ir ti ?irk on open gro.-il.
an?! ?*v? n cl|ric!i"d ti.?1 s'oldlus Kuli:.:.?ii. I) tho*e flnlsufag?!
CIIIKI )?',! get to tlieir bow? and iirroive bul tbo?., ? ho ?joined ia
. ?.ill ti?!? - '..a! flilJ n?. ..! Hi iri I he eoinl?i lust^ for
ilral ?iii.ii.i.t-- i?!ien Ha lulim:? Is^m to iui in al! H
,? r- kiil-d an?', i; .s In liev.il thal I|HIIM n anny more were
?ii?i!.?'.id l'?o Iiini?iii ?er? i-aptuM.1 and *?r.iii,'hi her? OP?
of I ? li II'.''? ?illi'il :i.?l -ei -ra!
. .iii.!?.' liter ha fight th? ?..hiiei-s :I:I,I i?a_BMtera flu ned
lu-???nil V'i'il(') ?? ' ? u ii'iii?, Iiuliii.t ?unit upon H? 'uttl. in'?!
rtie i.-\i ?lay ?Ha laaas?HiM da Tut
1 ?HU ai?;?^ ?^?ri. (u?l Ji?> iMii?i arru ?K1 here ic ?aietji.
EUROPE.
BY STEAMSHIP.
HAl.lCAJI W.daeediy, t-1 )?, ma.
The steamship Asia, from Liverpool on tbo _9_t,
via QtMtutown on the 30th of Sept?mber. urtre. at Ula por*
at 2 o'clock this ?tfterni-n. She bas B4 r>saM"t_*ri far B*e*ee
and 44 for this port.
GREAT BKITA-W.
MBEIT?IO OF THE ATLANTIC T-LKURAPH COMPAN*!-.
IRU?OSALS TU 1 .S IHK AS- THE NOMINAL I ACITAI
AND RE OUI K THE TOLL-E ARMI?OS OF THE. CABLE.
-F.CLIME I.N CABLE 8ECURlTIE*j--COMMEMO_A*m_
MEDALS.
The Atlantic Telegraph Company held a spotial
m.-etinir ea the v*/th of September. The Direst-ttrri tmbrn)?rt-?l I
report congratulating the iluirrl.i>!d<'i? on the -MM ot tkl
ciiDlo, und th_i?kii!|_ tbose througb ?boee energy ami pent?
Tir-une* it a_i laid.
Amt report asks the MIaction af the tharehotder* to ifthll
Parham? nt for power to increase the iiinrhrsl eartMita ?"?to,
?)o(st_Hing Inulndiair thee-irrtegcapital The Iltm-toi. e-pUii
that th''j abandoned the propnAtiou to issue -?.SOO/XK' with
the lint preferential dlridimi- is unnecessary, and _urt<-d ml
for power to .??no tbc '-'ance uf capital and to applv to I'arlia
uii-iit for increased power*. The r? |iort a a? adopli-.
The Right HOD Jai. S. Wirti?y. ? imin-an, seid that h* air.
ti? ipated at a vnry early roniuaat n .reut redact)-? ia tile eabh
taritl, pr?>bal?lv te one half til-- present rate*.
In 55 day* ending ??V^-ber al. Hie cable ea.ned AH MB,
which wonld make an mcrn-re. lndi_--g San?_yi and ?trp.
B8AjBS of laniTlIni*?. of Ai:)7?teriin|f a ?lay. aird if they exclu-l
th?- riceptionnl ?lays when the cuide i-o?ld not work at all. UM
ar?-rnge would be A:??, a day
I The?. _?rui-i- ure u-ry ?sr from .''?iitu ning the rm-ent (tele
ne ii' in / -.? I.rn.lou hine* tlint the cable wea earning at (b4
rat? of - i.?,!??) n rear.]
The tarions cable tsy-nritii*?? lui??- somewhat declir.ed it
price?.
lo addition to the barun?*? to te pi?en to the caWt laver* bj
the I.tverp?K)l ChiiTiber of ('.iinm.Ti" ?m the lit of Oetemr Ik*
Aim-ica/i Chamber _CC__tailiee la I lv?*rpool har* isnulved te
aive then a Dainpiet BaOBt-i_M in N'oi ?-raber. ??ad lo pi*een?
mot ?fold melkt? rnininen.i'ii.tr. ?: ??f their .? hirvemeut? to? fe u
ot the principal udor? wh?> ?irr?' BO beefd of the Oreel Easter!
?I-ain? the araat work ?i/ vue '.. ? yr_ W. Field, one tg
(.'?pt. Anderson, one to Mr ('uncii". toe head of the enr?es r
tnp ?li'partint'iit, and one to the hi ml of the elevlruid ?Mrpa.*,
nent.
WATMCtl-0 VT8TT OF THE DM AM) (Jl'rBU OF M?M?
The king and Ijueen of 1)?* un-i- ? ... ?imrlij eiptsrttfd ea |
Tint to the Pria.? of Wales in LeoOOl
Eli A M |
THE EMPEROR A? ETARKITZ.
The Emperor remained at Bia - _.
THE IBOS CIAD M|.AI>805.
The iron-clad lauadroii hod unie , si that >
In review before the Emperor.
THB HBW KOKE.?! - VIR!8T__.
The new Foreiirn Kinuier. Mel i? .?. Mouitier, had armed
io Ki ance from Turkor, and -ron? . i I' irritt.
BAKK OF FB.t.V(._
The weekly retnrr.? of the Ran?, 'ii I ...ce ihow a ?-cress* at
half a million frime* m ?pecie.
A BIPWWKD Kl.VObl TIONAJ.T PLOT.
Tke Pani I'atru aU??*rt? tl.it ii- i?.n;rrei>'?,on ia Pal?eme,
the revolt in Cundill, the dl?iur*>!-c a in lae Ottoroaa Etaturs,
i"."i:?'.i un in i.rni.' ?mi . ??a (he renewal of ta* J nan MB ia
Mexico, are the. tflVct- ut' a -, ?at plot iormed la tke belief timk a
?cii?. al KwTjptMtn coo Ban; ration oeofel I* the remit of the lela
G--___ war.
?SPAiaV
MA5rFACTl'BB OP .vEEliLL-OrR..
The Spam'h War Department han taken step? too
the luiiiirnctti-e of t_e Prussian neeiile-gu
Kl'ssl.l.
?IE ILTH OP COUNT BH-tABK.
The Pall Mall Guette say? tha'. Count Biamark'l
iltr.eae) is of a ?eriorjs eharneter. To-diy (al we learn bj a pri.
rate t?8egnim) h?- ii better, but it need be doubted no leo* II
that be is much ?buken. The (.'?mm Stifters from ioma e_lereei
of the bitdu. ire believe. Hu will soon take leave of akoooaa *ot
abont ten weeki, but hi* pre?eut ?.??million is saca aa to -weale
doubt ? belber be will ever resume li_.o_.ci_) labora. Mea-tai
de K'h-iiiiti. who ?nu Minister in InHi, and li. i* Savignv.
who i? rc-ranl? C ?it Herlin ii a ?<ry ri-irg mia, art* lb*-aj
?poken of a? li!;. It '<< siu-eeed to ti??' high ofHoe which <*e_sl
lit irruir k h?? ne '"'ii?t:'i?ni?!y tllli'd. VI ?le Savlfoy w?* Pr____*
Envoy to the Pam! np to Hu outlneiik of ih? war, ead look a eee>
(ldcnible part ia UM : ....f tit pe?oo iitiirotUilioas Tkie aew|
l'otutt rather om.i.uit-i.i ?ith n-aewoo asaaraiieee t**t IO*
French Empei. r * h. ulih _. ?i?o in -orne daa~r Tot Tumts, ?t
akiidinr-in-'l? ('?'my i-ourtr-ii- th* siBietcr n?wi we art M
give of ail condition tee et al day? .ince.
GERMANY
ALLEOIANCB 1" PBC88IA.
The estates of Sa-cMeiningeii a-.-embled on til*'/.(!
to _ik? the oath of allegiance lol)?!?? ?iecrge. who _i?ci?a?lad t_4
throne in roud'nuencc of the abdication of bil t_tb?rr. Tia
new Duke, in a ?peech from the throne ?leelnred H flttiag thal
Pruitia should be the leader of (?ernuiny. He further ?t*to?i
that ke had ?.?bully ?irecpt?-?! iu the interesti of Gei*a_ay, thi
rille^iano? ??iTered by I'ni??nt, nt.it had recalled the tnxtp* Ike)
had joinad the Erderil inn?- ni ...?.???ntion.
TUB U?'8C1.1_? T10K l.V CA.WDIA.
On the arriTi) of Mustapha I'nsha in Candia be Imart a pro?
l?iniii ti? m calling on the inhahit u.t* to submit to the Tsrkul
authority and promising' to rrsire?* all ?rievontres.
Tb* in'(?irTT?rlloi.ist( were requu*rd to lay ?tuan their arma it
Ire dayl.
Adrt-ci from Ath?a( t*M that lire Turkish B-BJBBBttJM Bad
threuteued to brea?, ofl" rt-la'tiom with Crrece. and bil ??rT>T?_*B
(?lion? to the (ireek i?o? eminent were supported by the Frtael
??ni K'.idis!? Munal.-r*.
Further ln?urr?*eti?>n*ry muTement? ?re reported in Srrynta,
in which the Turkiih troop* bad the advantage.
BKAZIL.
(By Telegraph via l.ltbeyo.]
Rio nt .IAKFIHO. |4tpt. 8-Caffee. 8?M>?_7,1*<?_ SUjtJt,
tsiisjol-g?. Export line? lost mail, i-.iW) ban S*eri_--i?>l
ch?nge. '?3-iia\. ^
HAHH. Hept. ii-Baja??. - ot?.?.2 OJO.
Pi.KMMiiiio Sept. ib.-Ungar, 3,0 ?J fat white and l/Kej tei
browa.
ITsDIA AVD 'IHN**..
The India and China mail is nteivod. The dal?
from Calcutta are to the 2-1 of .lutnist and iroin HOB| K?_|
to th? 11th of AugruiL
Demi? oi the fatuine in Indis ?oirirne meat distiraixg.
RMB- ?KI'ORT.
Purser Wilson report? a? follow?*: On the ?*itl iatt
p.T??<-?i a hsrk r-.^'gred ?n Hincr, bound tut, wit_ Boga beeriag
the number? of T, 9 and 5!.
HALIFAX, Oct. 10.-The Asia .tailed for Boston at S
o'clock p m , where the will be du* early Friday moran.g.
COMMERCIAL INI KU.ICiE.-i-X.
LOKDuB MOKBV MAll__T.
O-r.ng to th* do?* of tb* 4o?rt?r ...CVUL?, dem-Bd al IB* Ea** te
ti.? radbiiwl nteef 4| tar tan? w?. pi etty ?. 'ive. (i?.l* cae-Uaeed M
?nu? fnely, ?Bit IH flowing ima tu. HAI.-el Eaghadia _??*mmm
tiliet.
fcr??. I* Inipnrt per iteimer Ten ia tr. m Ifivre-__ i?3* hmattlm
A?gt-tB*laioul, 11.00Ui'r?nciU?i.x 4 i . - *?. ieamca I* .'--J* BM.
tiatmi. ________________________
CUB.i.
DU TIM OR FXPOBT9-50 AM-RICAR FRBBDIHR ?__,*
Al BLATM OR THE ISLAND.
W-SHlM-TOB, W?r?i_e?_y, Ort 18, 1MB.
Vi? e-Cousul-Oeneral Savage andar doto of HatOM,
Sept. at, inf?i*T_g _e?eretai7 Sewird that the royal ertt-r ef iMf,
.Hi. suspending for ti? mout_i Ike p*ymetit ef datiea i|ea ea
ports from the I ?lied ef Cnba wee published for Ide inrt tim*
bv order of the GoTernor-CtNitr-l ia th* cttk__i f-asi-Tte el
rlnvsu* of the '??th ult., trota sad ??rier which tua* lae de?tret
tsk??i effect.
Vice-? iiiisul Se ??gre und?-' date of Havana, Sep*, it, la BJ
letter to Sccret.iry tsewani ant? "Some two mofith* igt? I
w*n coBtid?!itiiilK advi?ed ol' the existenee of a k8 of aegrero
upon a row/ ia tate' neigbborbotid of Hahla Hqoda, which aa4
been offered ta a planter having a pi .titatma hartarte g oa tina
te*, with an ancL-ji-tt,? at the uie? of *_U and t? eewei. esr
head. At a later d?v t l*a/a..-d tie ree?, of tee B-Bier, who .
had been written to by kia *t??r*eet stkiuf bia if Be waaw-aV'
irtg te pari__*o 'th* _e?gr-e* *{ie*kiag the _aaj_
lsu|,"fti__? that had t?eea uiten-d for tvsle to BOat.
(the overseer) at a lev rate, provided thty TaereT
tea vc ve 1 to the plsnutioa it tb? pure.ami riahv
\? hu*a .?i??p?_iti?.n wai r^jecti-d. This n;f?inn_ti?m tomat to mo
through ?ht phtnten' owe fritudi. As rumori had beet
IM teme tita? of attempta mode te abduct frerta
Fronda _ad l?ni_i.iat?-ruuiur* which had brea aeJaMeaU** ra?.
t ti-.:". . / -. Ttu'.h UuetJajtatr? the ait? ntio? of the OeTtl_et_-1
a;tpii?h-idi'd th?t the ucafrore referred to might be from ?ni
Southern (?tetes, who were koot in conteeimen. ia twmt o?Tt-ef?
the-way ?sty for the pur.?*?* of nianing them into-the -land *a<l
rtduciug them te slavery, not? lt-sUulUag the ep
fiareat .mnottibilttj of lucb a ic_c__* btlng latrritsd
.iti? effict and a--tMf--l aseci-?eo. I _ue_ tart-ar
, . ..<.. j .:.ne? ?:.? lau.aadail ia a*_*l.e__-i* tho mae el tho
party i*.d in hav e ?i-_ri- the aagrac* far oom te the alaaiar a
?...ei.?cr I thett ooooludai ?lu eeteet a ?toerj*e of eeaapttaM ao*
ti "rw-Artii? p(*ra*i_*- ?end to the t*mt with h-ttteetMoa to
visit lui ?*A?.r? in rti* tieirhl-itwhtMd and tke ii-Teui-diag ciaata?
*_r_aa-d?ud?)-t tftht U-trrBiAtlon gliauoia was _____rt ee>
isrt. tay
On 9at_r_aT hetuo last the >,?t~_s *mp?Vvy??d bytBepBe
ri-oc?-e._?i t? i-a-i* U?NU_- Xtuyq haws . Ik irnagk hueatts?oo.
of the tiiii-iad. ami ??o***** eil tha ?.??iiiluatieaa r**joMaA
the '.-lurruiaiaK. .V_?_ *_ tavir .saBat?-, ?lar ?mmo -*?eiWr_?,
tLrv te;?,re*d that, eltar a th??roujh inveeligattiei tad
.rare- ?laoar ?*-?*> M?**s aa for at the ''AJeraee*
th??y ?ould uot atcertdiu anything corroberative^ *f ^tm?
report res^ting iva?- tram th? U feMMMMB *r ilaaoMi.
h.Trinc been !? lilr?. ?n tho?e iH.n? * iiliiB tb* l**t two ?sr Ihre?
?"--nth? all??.iigh CM* old ??jain al a iii*i_?*phrodt(* brig ef e
IDHI character liav?ig nee* *or'- aeveu week? ?_?<_ tww
?hil- ?lav* off tilt kay?, ead whist) ? tdealy dlMp^ai-*?!. They
alao found ou the Key Une? ?le HnUt ? butr* eaoldroa mid ot_*r
nbjeetl v? sich *vt*>ntly Indicated they had be- __*d by watte,
bat lre_ tl.etr ru?wy itete it ?a 8TI_ it that they bid ?*??_? n
long titi.?* on the fcey. A rapol. h*? re ?ched thU office of ?ii*
plcfon entertailie- by the antUoili??* it Key We*t ?Ataia-t the
,. ..H.iirr IH) Sou? bating taken 64? Bigvoe* in r*)ori?t_ lo lau?
tl.nui ?in ( uba. The re?f?rt ia deVoid of f<i!ti*d**i,?B ?M???*.""?
a* thal T*?*el amrrt ?one dav* ago ?I Cinlenat with, a lull
vargo o', luuiber trota Peir-coia.
THE STEAMSHIP CLBi
BoiTON. D.t. K\-The iteamthip Cuba B__M ?bl BtMtu
i ...m, ?laiiiit YJti pt-ascngeia tor Ltvrrpoo! tat) ?t' ki Mai?.
Hbafe >'* leert ?l-l M) IJ??**-?'

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