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HOLLAND AND VENEZUELA.
RUMORED NAVAL DEMONSTRATION BY THE DUTCH. London, Oct. 12, 1875. The Morning Post to-day n-.?rts that Holland has Acnl tire mon-of war to the Caribbean Sea. ?tHE REPORT REGARDING THE NAVAL DEMON STRATION CONTRADICTED. London, Oct. 12, 1875. Renter's telegrams declare the new ; published by the Morning Post to-day, to the effect that Holland had sent Eve men-of-war to the Caribbean Sea, to be entirely without foundation. The Netherlands are fitting up their usual squadron for naval practice in Ainericun waters. No vessels have gone yet. and the preparations bow making have no connection whatever with tho Tenezuela atfair. SPAIN. A CARI.IST BAND TAKES REFUGE IN FBANCE? GENERAL SABALLS TO BE COURT MABTIALLED. Pauis, Oct. 12, 1875. Five hundred and sixty Carlist soldiers have crossed tho frontier at Port dc Vonasque, ituo France, and been disarmed by the French authorities. Gen. Snballx will bo summoned to appear oclorc a ?Carlist court martial lor his lailure. ENGLAND. THE ADMIRALTY EXONERATE ADMIRAL TARI.ETON AND THE CAPTAIN OF TOE IBON DUKE?THE RUMORED PANIC IN RIO JANEIRO. London, Oct. 12, 1875. An Admiralty minute oxorn rates Vice Admiral Sir W. Tail'ton, commanding tho fleet, and Captain Hickloy, of thQ Iron Duke, from responsibility for the sinking of tho iron-Had Vanguard. Nothing i> known here of a financial panic in Rio Janeiro. Any rumor to that effect is doubtless sot on foot by ?lock jobbers to aiicct toroign stocks to-morrow, w liii h is .-oiling day. CARDINAL M'CLOSKEY. Rums, Oct. 12, 1875. Curdinul McCloskey bus left Rome. Cardinal Fi am hi Hid others accompanied him to the railway station. Mgr. Roucettt accompanied him as far as Civita Vaccina. OUR NAVY. Naples,. Oct. 12,1875. The L'uitcd States frigate Congress has arrived hero. THE URUGUAY. THE SHIP AND CARGO SEIZED. Kingston (via Havana), Oct. 12, 1875. The Jamaican government seized tho steamor Uru guay and her cargo of arms and ammunition to day. THE WEST INDIES. QUIET IN ST. DOMINGO?COFFEE CHOP IN HAYTI UNINJURED BY TIIE STORM?WRECK OF AN ENGLISH SHIT. Havana, Oct. 12, 18<5. Advices from St. Thomas to tho 7th lust. have been . received. Quiet prevailed in St. Domingo. Tho for eign lean had proved a failure. President Gonzales h..s prohibited the circulation ol newspapers which defame the Spanish government of Cuba. Tlio hurricane of last mouth did no dumago to tho ?coffee crop in Hayti. 0 Tho British brig Six Freros, of Q> bee, from New foundland for Porto Rico, went ashore on Dregada Roe' and bocame a total loss. The crow were savod and landed at St. Thomas. CHINA AND JAPAN. ?ax Francisco, Cni., October 12, 1875. Tho steamer Colorado, with dates from Hong Kong to 13 ptember 8 and Yokohuma to September 17, arrived at this port to-day. GII1NA. HOSTILE FEELING SHOWN TO FOREIGNERS?THE STEAMSHIP GWALIOR BREAKS DOWN. A hostile feeling has been manifested by tho people in the northern part of China Tor some months and seems to be extending, venting itself in tho mobbiug of foreigners when opportunity offers. The Peninsular and Oriental steamer Gwalior broko down 150 miles from Hong Kong and was unable to sail. She drilted down to Hainan, whero sho was anchored. A boat sent in charge of tho second offlcor to Macao was overhauled and robbed bji pirates on tho way, but allowed to proceed and eventually reached her destination. JAPAN. AN EARTHQUAKE IN NAGASAKI?RELATIONS WITH COBKA?-BRITISH MEN-OF-WAR ORDERED TO CHINA. * An earthquake shock was felt at Nagasaki on tho -25th inst. A heavy typhoon visited Kobe on the 9th insL Several prosecutions have taken pluco uudor the new press law3. The excessive heat has given way to cooler weather. Tho government is actively engaged in constructing new roads. Tho rumors in relation to the visit of the Mikado to England are said to bo premature. Notes of hand, payable on demand, having been issued by Mr. Binkeston, of Hakodadl, their circula tion has been forbidden by tho government. The Coreans are still reported as disinclined to enter . into diplomatic relations with Japan. Duo alleged rea son is the adoption by tho J a pan ego of European clothing. The Russian commission for the exchange of Bagha llcn having arrived, it is expected tho matter will shortly he concluded. Tho British bark James Puton is stranded near Eiiadea. Torture will, it is said, very short ly 'no abolished in Alio Japanese courts. The Takashaka Mines nre gradually being extended and worked under tho loreign system. The British men ol war lying at Osaki have boon ordered to China, and tho fleet at Yokohama was, at advices, under orders lor the same destination. NAVAL INTELLIGENCE. Washington, Oct. 12, 1875. Lieutenant I. G. Palmer has been detached from the Fortune and placed on waiting orders. THE BIO BRAVO. Washington, Oct. 12, 1875. The Rio Bravo crossed the bar at tho mouth or the Rio Orando yesterday, and is now on duty In that river. NAVAL COURT OF INQUIRY. CHI CASE OF PENNEY, THE ABSCONDING PUR CHASING CLERK?EVIDENCE FROM THE BOOKS OF PAYMASTER SPAULDINO. San Kkancisco, Oct. 12, 1875. A despatch from Vallejo says the evidence thus far taken by the Naval Court of Inquiry in the case of Penney tho absconding purchasing clerk has been chiefly tho examination ol Paymaster . paulding s bonks and papers. Important facta have been elicited, but no stariling discoveries inado. It transpires that Penney plundered in company with others. Speuhling lias not yet been placed on the stand. The inquiry will not be concluded beloro the loth of November. THE MANITOBA INDIANS. SUCCESS OF THE TREATY-THE RESERVES BEING FRF.PA RED FOR SETTLEMENT. Fort Garrv, Manitoba, Oct. 12, 1875. The Indian Commissioners have returned after a seven woo'ks' treaty trip. It was lound that the nun. her of Indians included in tho troaty had beon under estimated and that the total number could not he iar from 5,000.' All the chiefs who were not present at the treaty council last year put In an appearance this reason and signed tho treaty. The entire boSy of In dians proloased themselves well satisfied. About hull tho number signified their willingness to settle upon reserves, and reserves are now bsiug surveyed by the Wagner Commissioner#. THE CES ARE WIT C11. Second Day of the Second October New market Racing Meeting. The Groat Handicap Race of the Year. DUKE OF PARMA THE WINNER. LOKDOR, Oct. 12, 1875. This w.ig tlio second day of the Second October meeting at Newmarkot. The Interest of the occa sion centred in the great handicap raco for the Cesarewitch Stakes, which, after an Interesting struggle, resulted in the victory of Princo Solty kolTs brown cult Duke of Parma. The morning was cloudy and serious fears wcro entertained that the weather would be unpleasant; but It cleared In the afternoon, which brought out Immenso crowds to wit ness the evont. Speciul trains conveyed tho spectators to the grounds, and thousands, as usual, attended on horseback and in carriages. Tho familiar form of the Princo of Wales was missing from tho scene, but many notables were present, and conspicuous In the vast as semblage was Admiral Rous, Sir'Frederick Johns ton, Mr. George Payne and others as well known. Tho undergraduates of Cambridge were on hund in full force and thoy swept over the Heath regardloss of the life or limbs of humblo pedestrians. THK HUTTING. The betting previous to tho start was 4 to 1 against Duko of Parma, 8 to 1 against Pageant and 100 to 1 against Porplexe. THK RACK. Thirty six or more than half of tho acceptances came to tho post. When tho Hag foil Precentor jumped away with tho lead, Harmonidcs closely following, with Daniel third, Duko ol Parma fourth, Parempuyro fllth, Hampton sixth, I.ily Agnes seventh, Apology eighth, Lilian ninth, Pageant tenth, Scamp ciovcnth, Trent twelfth and tho remaining twenty-four in a bunch not far away. Without material change of position tho horses ran ono mile and a quarter, when the Duke of ; Parma rushed to tho front, followed quickly by Pageant ! and I'erplexo. After a futilo effort by Pageant to catch tho loader, he dropped back, and none of tho ' others in tho immense field endeavoring to wrost tho j first honor from the Duke of Parma, the rest of the way ! was a gift for him, and ho landed tho winner in a cantor, j throe lengths ahead of Pageant, who was four lengths in ! advance of Porplexe. Parempuyro finished fourth, 1 Organist fifth and Hampton sixth, tho balance badly ! beaten off. Timo of tho dash, 4:07. Rossiter was tho winning jockoy. SUMMARY. Newmarket, Oct. 12. 1S75.?Second day of tho. second Octoi?cr meeting. The Cesarewitch" Stakes, a handicap of 25 sovs. each, 15 sovs. forfeit, with 200 ; sovs. added by tho Jockey Club, for three-year- j olds und upward; the winner of the Don- ; caster St. Lcgof, ? if handicapped below that J weight, to carry, if a colt, Rst lolbs., If a filly, 8st ftlbs. ; the winner of a handicap value 300 sovs. after Septem ber 9, at 10 A. M.. 10 lbs.; of any other handicap, 5 lbs. extra (extra weights accumulative); the second to ; receive ftO sovs. out of the stakes. Cesarewitch Course, i two miles two furlongs twenty-eight yards. Closed with 149 subscribers, seventy-eight ol whom declared , out. The highest weight accepting being 123 lbs., It was raised to 124 lbs., and tho others in proportion. STARTUP). Prince SoltykofTs b. c. Duke of Parma. by Duko, dam I'.iltn, 3 years old, carrying si lbs (Resetter).. 1 Mr. F. (? ret ton's b. g. I'aReant, by Klland, dain Pan oply, 3 years old, 109 lbs 2 Barou Scnlckler's br. c. Porplexe, by Vermont, dam I'eripotro. 3 years old, 107 ibs. 3 M. L. Detatre's blk. f. Parompuyre, by Bagdad, 3 years old, 88 Ibs 4 Mr. R. C. Vtner's b. f. Organist, by t.'alhedral, dam Gaily, 4 years old. 113 lbs J 5 James Nightingale's b. c. Hampton, by Lord Clifton, dam Lady Luugdnn, 3years old, 100 Ibs. 6 Mr. R. Pock's b. c. Sir Garnet, by Fortunio," dam Celerity's dam, 3 years old, 7S lbs 0 Mr. W. R Cranford's ch. c. Royal George, by Tox ophohte, dam by Young Melbourne, 5 years old, 10H Ibs 0 Mr M. Taylor's br. c. Ben Battle, by Rataplan, dam Young Alice, 4 years old. 108 lbs 0 Mr. J. Snarry's h. f. Lily Agnos. by Maccaroui, dam Polly Agnes, 4 years old, 124 lbs 0 Mr. Seabrook's ch. f. Apology, by Adventuror, dam Mandragora, 4 years old, 112 Ibs 0 ,ord Ailesbury's b. f. A Lord Ailesbury's b. ff Avcuturiere, by Adventuror, dfttn Cantine, 4 years old, 120 Ibs 0 Mr. P. Aumont's Figaro 11., by Vermont, dam Fide lity, 5 years old, 120 lbs 0 Mr. Gomtn's ch. c. l.emnos, by Thunderbolt, dam Laura, by Orlando, 4 years old, 11!) lbs. 0 Sir J. Asttey's br. c. Scamp, by lLake, dam Lady Sophia, 4 years old, 117 lbs 0 Captain Bastard's b. c. Peeping Tour, by King Tom, dam Lady Coventry, 4years old, 118 lbs 0 Mr. F. Swindell's ch. g. Tomahawk, by Thormanby, dam Bathllde, 4 years old, 113 Ibs 0 Mr. Saville's b. m. Lilian, by Wingrave, dam Lady Blanco, 6 years old, 113 lbs 0 Mr. W. R. Marshall's b. e Trent, by Broomelaw, dam Mersey, 4 years old, 113 Ibs 0 Mr. T. Smith's b. c. Dalhum, by Cathedral, dam Gertrude, 4 years old, 110 lbs 0 Mr. Joseph Dawson's b. e. I.a-y. by Larydcs, dam by Melbourne, 4 years old, 1<)7 lbs 0 Mr. Winter's Distinction 0 Mr. W. S. Mitchell Innes' b. a .St. Leger, by Pauvre Mignon. dam Eugenia, 3 years old, 94 lbs 0 Sir A. do Rothschild's b. e. (urnelmn, by lecturer, dam Tourmalin, 3 years old, 104 lbs 0 Count F. do Lagrange's br f. fart inn, by Brown Bread, dam Saccharomotcr's ijapi, 3 years old, 104 lbs Z 0 Mr. Westbourne's b. c. Genuine, by Duke, dutn Whisper. 4 years old, 103 Ibs.-i' 0 Lord Koseberry's ch. a Feve, by Lord Clifton, dam Harlcol. 1ft years old, 103 lbs 0 T. Davidson's b. c. King L<ig 0 Mr. R. Forrester's Daniel, 4 years old. 97 Ibs 0 Mr. Neilsou's ch. g. Precentor, by Cathedral, dam Anatia. 5 years old, 87 Ibs 0 Mr. N. Ennls' b. c. Ingomar, by Uncos, dam Wild Deer, 3 years old, 90 lbs. 0 Mx. b. <\ Chancellor, by Solon, dam Claret Cup, 3 years old, 05 lbs. 0 Mr. Masque's Cornbrook, 3 years old, 92 lbs 0 Mr. W. Ford's b. r. Moat land, ^>y Knowsley, dam Lady Dewhurst, 3 years old, 91 lbs 0 Mr. Gerard's llarmouides, 3 years, 93 lbs 0 Time, 4:07. MISSISSIPPI. ' OOVEBNOB AMIS AYKB8E TO A It MING THE CITI ZENS?PEACE THROUGHOUT THE STATE. Wasiii.noto.v, Oct. 12, 187S. Tho Attorney General Is in daily receipt or advlees from Mississippi through two otllcials who were espe cially designated by him to visit that Stato and confer with the Governor regarding the situation there. These gentlemen have had several conferences with Governor Ames. They re(s>rt that ho is averse to arm ing citizens of the State for their own protection, for the reason that it would produce great excitement. At present everything is rejiorted to bo quiet. TAXING THE LIQUOR BUSINESS. DECISION OF THE HCPBEME COWt OF MICHI GAN -Till'. MATE LIQUOB LAW DECLARED TO BE CONSTITUTIONAL. Dktroit, Mh h., Oct. 12. 1875. The Shite law taxing liquor business was to-day do ?Wed by tho Supreme Court to be constitutional Tho main points argued before the Court were:?First, whether the present liquor law taxing liquor business wax not practically a license law. and thus in contra rcntion or the exiting clause in the constitution which prohibits the Legislature irom passing any law licensing ibo sale of Intoxicating liquors; second, whether the lax, being levied by authority of the Slate, could bo 1 constitutionally enforced, since it was applied to the support of the local municipal governments; or, II this were not so, whether the levying of such tax wits not In violation of the local right ol self-government pos sessed by municipalities. THE SUSPENDED CANAL ENGINEERS. Ai.Hast, Oct. 12, 1875. John B. Gates and Stephen E. Babcock, the sus pended canal engineers, have made up their answers to the charges against them. They consist <ji general denials U> the allegations made. PRIZE FIGHT. Ctsri.xxAd, Ohio, Oct. 12, 1873. Inn price light In this city today between Frank irrell ami Jack Leonard, two young roughs, Leonard icelvmi iniunee which will twobeblv urove lata! CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA. Our advices from Central and South America are up to the Sat October, of which the following are the prin cipal features of intereat:? COLOMBIA. END OP THE EEVOLUTION?THE COUNTRY QUIET? THE LEGISLATURE IN SESSION?ADMIRAL MUL lany's COMMUNICATION. The State of Panama is at present, to all appearances, quiet. The news from Bogota and the Atlantic States of the Union is of a nature to show that poace has boen established in the Republic. The German steamer Augusta, at Asplnwalt, from Barranquella, brings the news that the revolution In Magdalcna Is ended. Tho Mugdalena river is again open. Bolivar and Magdalcna may be said to have backed down in their prctonsions, though In tho case of the former not without a protest on the part of its Leg'.sla turo against Xho uso the National Executive had mado of the federal forces and Treasury. The people of Panama are In daily expectation of the arrival of tho National troops, dostlned lor tho protec tion of the transit. A good deal of anxiety is expressed abroad about what may be the cousequonce of their arrivaj here, especially in government circles. There is a dis trust of what may be the arri'rre pensle of President Perez, with respect to Panama. Who knows but that they may bring secret' instructions to upsot the govern ment here and secure the vote of tho State for Seilor Parra, the favorite of Seftor Perez 1 The Legislature Is Iu session and has passod several laws of local Importance. Tho consuls have been notified that the new Prost. dent, I)r. Pablo Arosemona, will In the presence of the Assembly tako chargo of the Presidency to-day, tho 1st inst. Tho rebel faction at Chamo has subsided into quiet, ness. ADMIRAL MULLANV. When Admiral Mullauy, of the United States Navy, came over from Aspinwall on tho 20th ult. and saw President-elect Arosemena regarding the transit (Presi dent Miro being unable to be present on accouut of sickness), ho presented his viows in writing, and ox pressed tho hope that His Excellency would grant him an early reply. The correspondence that ensuod has been published In tho Official Gazette. Tho substance of tho Admiral's communication, dated on board of tho flagship Worcester at Aspinwall, was as follows:? I have to inform Vour Excellency that, regretting the causo which led to discord betweon Panama and the federal government of Colombia, It is my intontion to observo a strict neutrality between both parties, and to avoid, if possible, any act on the part of my ofllcers which might tend to lesson tho sentiments of friend ship which for so long a time back have existed be tween the respective governments, my duty will bo to interfere only in case the freedom of the transit is threatened or obstructed, or in order to protect the lives and properties of American citizens. Neverthe less, it Is to ho hoped that tho moasures of tho authori ties of tho Stnto, as it is thoir manifest Intorest to do so, w ill contributo to make unnecessary uny action on my part to assure and protect tho transportation of pas sengers and cargo by, the lino of the Panama Railroad. The President roturned a reply to tho abovo on the 22dult., assuring the Admiral that in all the domestic disputes in tho Stale the transit had been respected and that all foreigners remaining neutral in these con flicts had always beirn protoctod; that with respect to the placing of troops hero by the federal government no difficulty would be encountered, and that the rela tions between tho Utter and the State wore entirely friendly. Tho United States steamers Omaha and Richmond ore In the harbor: also tho Peruvian frigate Union. The Shawmut arrived at Aspinwall from Norfolk, Va., on tho 17th ult. All the States had celebrated the flfly-fourth an niversary of tho Independence of Central America A pact had been drawn up between Nicaragua, Guate mala and Salvador to unite and form ono national gov ernment. It was not yet known whether Honduras and Costa Rica would Join in the movement. BRAZIL AND BOLIVIA. SBBIOtJS DIFFERENCES IN REQARD TO THE BOUNDARY QUESTION. Serious disagreements have occurred between the Bolivian Commissioner, General Mejia, and the Brazil ian Commissioner appointed to settle the boundary question between Bolivia and Brazil. ECUADOR. THE STATE OF 8IEOE RAISED?REPRESSING FREEDOM OF SPEECH. The last nows from Quito, by express, was 'bat on the 18th ult. tho state of siege had been raised and new registers of eloetion ordered to bo opened. It wag thought that the candidature of Senor Flares would fail from having been nominated too late. The government continues to exile any leading man who gtves too free vent to his opinions on the political situation of the country. TIIE ARGENTINE REPUBLIC. BRAZILIAN WAR VESSELS FORBIDDEN TO ENTER THE AFFLUENTS OF THE RIVER PLATE. The Argentine Government has notified that of Brazil that it will not permit any war vessels of the Empire to enter any of tho affluents of tho River Plate. The Brazilians arc already engaged in constructing important works of fortification on Atajo Island. PERU. THE COMING PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION?FEARS OF A WAR BETWEEN PERU AND THE ARGEN TINE REPUBLIC. 8omo trouble is oxpoctod to attend .the elections for Presidential electors to bo hold on the 17th of October. Montero has been gaining ground of late. Some fear is felt In Peru that tho Argentine 'Republic may go to war with Chili about the Straits of Magellan. A FRIGHTFUL FAREWELL. Bai.timobr, Md., Oct. 12, 1S75. This afternoon an unknown man, aged about thirty years, threw himaelf or fell from tho top Of the Washington monument at Mount Vernon place to tho granite base, a distance of 180 feet, and was crushed to a shapeless mas->. Nothing was found about his person indicating his name, and up to this hour, nine P. M., the body has not been identi fied. He was venloolly clad. A noto was found in a pocket of his clothing which read:? "Now, Miss Cobb, I leave thoc in these words, hoping to hear from you. Fare thee well ! and if for ever, Still for ever fare thee well. E'en though tinforgiven. n -ver 'Gainst thee shall my heart rebel! The body lies at tho Mitldlo District Station for iden tification. THE COLD SNAP. MKMPUts, Oct. 12, 1875. There was a heavy frost this morning, and thin ice formed in exposed places. It Is not believed that any serious damage has been done to tho cotton crops, as those in the uplands are already made and tn the bot toms late growths will bo checked and thus cau.-e other portions to mature. SNOW IN SYRACUSE. STEACCS*, Oct. 12, 1875. Snow fell quite briskly in this city to-day. ?MIDNIGHT WEATHER REPORT. War Dkpartmkvt, 1 Orrtcic op rnx Chief Siuxai. Ofph kr, 5 Wasiiixoton, Oct Id?1 A. M. ) J'rnbabilitifs. For the Atlantic States rising barometer, northwest to northeast winds, falling temperature and ?lcar weather, with frequent frosts. For tho Ohio Valley, Tennessee and Gulf States, sta tionary or lower pressure, low but rising temperature, northeast to southeast winds and clear weather. For the Upper Mississippi and Lower Missouri valleys and the lakes, slowly tailing barometer, southeast to southwest winds, rising temperature, partly cloudy weather and occasional rain. THE WEATHER YESTERDAY. The following record will show tho changes in tho temperature lor the past twenty-four hours, In com parison with the corresponding date of last yeaF, as indicated by tho thormomewr at lludnut's pharmacy, llKKALU lililldlllg:?. 1*74. 1875. 1574. 187... 3 A. M 60 -US 8:30 P. M 59 M e A. M 48 4-2 tl I*. M 54 4ii 0 a. I 44 fi I*. M 6(1 41 12 M 60 60 Ivt M -16 38 Average temperature yesterday 44,tjg Average temporalure lor corresponding dato last vear .. - - ... 62 THE ELECTIONS. Large Republican Gains Throughout Ohio. HAYES' ELECTION CONCEDED Pleas-ant "Weather, a Peaceful Con test and a Full Vote. THE IOWA AND NEBRASKA ELECTIONS. Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct. 12, 1875. The election passed off to-day without auy serious disruption of public temper und without bloodshed, oxcept from a tew-democratic noses. The republicans were at the polls at tho earliest hour and stood Arm all day?a thing almost unprecedented in this city. If fighting was necessary they were prepared to do It, and so declared at tho start. Tho effect was instantaneous, and tl.o democrats caved in without any of tho usual bloody ugliness. TIIB GKKMAN WARDS. All the German wards counted lor Hayes as early as two o'clock this afternoon, and from tho early returns to-night it seems certain that he is elected. uatks' ki.kction OOXOBWX. The democrats concode this, and they are not all certain that they hino even tho county. This Is a terrible blow lor tho Pendleton und Wash. Mcl.eun wing ol the demo cracy, which have always carried this county in their pockets. TUB 11KTT1NO. Thoro has never been an election upon which so much betting was done here, Last night it was two to one on Hayos; to-night it is $40 to * 15 on 0,000 majority for Hayes, and $100 to $00 on 10,000 majority. Uets will not be taken on Allen even. FIFTEEN THOUSAND MAJORITY FOB HAYES. Cincinnati, Oct. 12, 1875. Tho State has gono republican by about 16,000 majori ty for Hayes. THE ELECTION OF HAYES AND OF A MIXED TICKET CLAIMED BY THE DEMOCBATS. Cincinnati, Oct. 12, 1875. Tho returns are coming in very slowly. The wards and townships still indtcato majorities for Hayes. Tho democrats now fairly concode the State to Hayes but claim a mixed ticket. From tho State at large the re turns arc oqually slow. In Franklin county there is a republican gain of 410 In three wards. estimated vote of the state?democratic OAliiS. Cincinnati, Oct 12?8:30 P. M. It is estimated that tlio voto of tlio State will reach 500 000. As tar as heard from, the republicans gam In every county cxcopt Mahoning, and possibly Franklin. Cuyahoga county is said to have given 3,000 republican mLatery'returns from a number of tho northeastern counties, mostly mining districts, give democratic gains. THE GERMAN VOTE-LATER FROM THE RESERVES. Cincinnati, Oct 12?91?. M. , An immonso German republican vote bus been P?"a?er despatches (Yom tho Reserves are not so favor ablo tor tlio republicans. TIIE RETURNS FROM TOLEDO, O. Toi.kdo, O., Oct 12, 1875. The election passed off quietly in this city to day. A full voto was cast with considerable scattering on both sides. Tho returns from the city aro coming in slowly. be counted before noon to-morrow. INDICATIONS OF REPUBLICAN 8UC( ESS. ^ Columbus, O., Oct 12, 1875. At a quarter to eleven o'clock tlio indications are that tho republicans carry tho State by 15,000 majority. SCATTERING RETURNS FROM THE COUNTIES. Columbus, Oct. 12, 1875. Scattering returns only have been received from nearly every county in tho State, but none are more than fragmentary. One hundred and twenty-five town Hayos 81There is ?e?ery ind.cation of Hayes' eloctlon. ADDITIONAL RETURNS FROM THE COUNTIES. Columbus, Oct 1, 1885. Adams coonty-Two townhsb.ps give Hayes 281; Allon, 213; a democratic gain of 9. Allen county?Three townships and Lima city entire give Hayes 804; Allen, 1,010; a democratic gain of 150 Ashtabula county-F.lght townships give Hayes 1 002; Allen, 501; a republican gain of 628. ' Butler county-One township gives Hayes 56; Allen, 162; a republican gain of 5. Carroll county?One township gives nayes 93; Allen, ??? Sp; "8?.u i2"/?'V. K?y? 2.M. """ '."A c,cim.Ce?m-o?? towoaup, H 'l". ?, ah?, to?uwp, ? a? ?iSSSr?125^??w?i ah?, 'KrtI'V>o?nly?Mr... township: HaycP, 130; Allen, 139. "USSSf jKSiy-ronilown.hlp. and Uncnnler City: R77ye:ie pSenlV?Twc township.: Dopes, 180; Allen, in Columbus; Hayes, 1,887; Allen, 1,124. Republican g'Tult!m County?one township; Hayes, 133; Allen, 146. Republican gain, 10. THE NEWS IN WASHINGTON?HATES' ELECTION BY THIRTY THOUSAND MAJORITY INDICATED. Washington, Oct 12, 1876. The election returns from Onio up to twelve o'clock indicate the election of Hayes by 30,000. News paper row has been thronged with government officials all tho evening, including members of the Cabinet The defeat of Allen is considered as a certain sign of the triumph of a united republican party in tho Presidential election. TIIE NEBRASKA ELECTION. A QUIET ELECTION, BUT CONSIDERABLE 8CRATCH HJO?PARTY LINES NOT OBSERVED. Ox An a, Oct 12, 1875. To-day's election In this city has passed off In a quiet and orderly manner. Much hard work has been done on both sides, hnt ft determination, widespread among Um voters, to have tho best men without regard to party, baa led to much scratching of tickets. IOWA ELECTION. INCOMPLETE RETURNS FROM A NUMBER OF COUNTIES OIVB CLEAR REPUBLICAN MAJORI TIES?A VERY HEAVY VOTE POLLED. Council Blcfi>s, Oct 12, 1875. Fremont county gives 260 majority for the democratic State ticket, and elects Urooks, republican, to the Legislature. Potawatamle county gives a republican majority of from HiO to 200, and electa Wright and White, repub licans, to tho Legislature. N tvAPA, Oct. 12, 1875. Story county gives Kirkwood, republican, 800 ma jority for Governor, and will go republican by a large Clist&X, Oct 12, 1875. A very heavy vote has been polled and tho repub licans have been victorious. Kirkwood's majority will ho about 100 and the Indications aro that the whole re publican county ticket Is elected by majorities ranging from 150 to boa There are large republican gains bere' Orisnkll, Oct. 12. 1878 The rcpuMlsan majority in this township Is 38. ine toUkl cote polled wax 831. ... Pus Motnks, Oct 12. is.5. The returns received are meagre, but tho Indlcwlonx are that this tow#ulp gives about 800 jortty thai llio rupublteaiia bavo elocted ibe coun y l" ktTowa, town, Oct. 12, | Johnson counlv gives a majority of 150 aaainst rue W'.nfl, republican, and probably a small majority for all I lie democratic candidates. N*w JarrRKSoN, Oct. 12, 1875. jrp coo,"y probably give* a republican majority of Siiklrv, Oct 12, 1875. h 3 republican candidates have am all majorities in this township. 8loi*x City, Oct. 12 1875. Incomplete returns indicate a republican minority of from 200 to 300 on the Mate ticket and still larger ma jorities on the county ticket. NEWARK CHARTER ELECTION. SWEEPING DEFEAT OF TUB DEMOCRACY?LAST YEAR'S VERDICT REVERSED ?A REPUBLICAN ? GAIN OF THREE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED over 1873. The annual Charter election took place In Newurk yesterday and resulted in a complete scversal of the popular verdict rendered last year. Then the democrats swept the duck, electing nine Aldermen out of the fifteen voted for, and thereby securing control of tho city government. Yesterday all this was changed, and the victorious democracy of hist year sullered a crushing defeat, their eandiduto'for Mayor, Mr. A. A. Smalley, being defeated by Mr. Henry J. Yates, tho republican nominee, by from 1,500 to 2,000 majority in a total vote of about 15 000. Ilut whas was still more surprising was the carrying by tho republicans of a large majority of the wards on the AlSerinuuic Board of Education and Chosen Freeholder tickets. Isist year tho republicans cloctod six Aldermen. Last night the returns up to near midnight indicated that they had carried from ton to thirteen wurds. Tho only wards surely carried by the demo crats are the Twelfth und Seventh?two stand by dem ocratic strongholds?and these by skeleton majorities. The causes leudiug to the democratic slaughter aro poor und unsatisfactory appointments of city olli cors last January and their necessary increase of luxutiou. Yesterday's result turns tde control of the city government over to tho republicans. Hundreds ol democrats, including tho democratic Mayor, Mr Pussey, voted the republican ticket. As a matter of course the republicans are in ecstacies and tho demo crats correspondingly gloomy ana despondent. APPROACHING ELECTIONS. The other elections to taku place during the present month are as follows:?October 20 California will hold Its judicial election, choosing at the same tiino Its Superin tendent o< Instruction. October 25 elections aro to ho held In Oregon and Colorado. In Oregon tho election is a special one to (ill the vacancy in Congress caused by the death of Hon. George A. La Dow, democrat. The olec tion in Colorado will be for lite choice of members of a convention to prepare a constitution preliminary to the admission ol tho Territory as a State into the Union on the 4tli of July, 1876. The final election of the month will be held in Missouri October 30, when the new con stitution, adopted in convention in August lust, will bo submitted to the vote of the people. POLITICAL NOMINATIONS. Albanv, Oct 12, 1875. The repubhbanB of the Third Judicial district have nominated Judge John Caduian, of Columbia county, for Judge. Carmel, Oct. 12, 1875. Tbo Putnam County Prohibition Convention, held hero to-day, nominated the following ticket:?For Mem. bor of Assembly, Samuel K. Ferris; for School Com missioner, George E. Sunderlin; for Justice of tho Ses sions, John G. Borden; for County Clerk, Howard K. Craft. Tho Convention unanimously Indorsed the nom ination of G. 11. Hubblo, of Wostchcsler, for Senator from the Ninth district Hunsov, Oct 12, 1875. The republicans of tho Eleventh Senatorial district to day unanimously nominated B. Piatt Carpenter, of Dutchess, for Senator, by acclamation. Middle rows, Oct. 12, 1875. At a Republican Convention oi tbo Tenth district held hero to-day, Senator Edward M. Maddon was re nominated, but declined. Morgan Shuit, of Monroe, for twenty-si* years a member oi the Board of Super visors of Orange county, was then nominated by accla mation. Whitehall, Oct. 12, 1875. Emerson K. Davis received tbo democratic nomina tion lor member of Assembly for tho Second Washing ton county district to-day. HACKETT AND MOliltlSSEY. A mooting of the Sixth Assembly District Demo cratic General Committeo was held last evening at No. 443 Grand street, Mr. Edward A. Dlako acting as tem porary chairman and Henry E. Lynch as secretary, j The following resolutions wero unanimously adopted:? Resolved, That tho delegates elected from this district to the Democratic County ana Judicial Oonretotion. to be hold at Irving Liall, on Wednesday evening, 13th lnnt., be re quested to cast their nnauimous vote for the honest and fearless John K. llackctt for Recorder; be it further Resolved, Tluit we fully endorse tho course pursued by tho Hon. John K, Hackett during his present term of office us Recorder, in refusing to prostitute his liiu-h Judicial position to the corrupt purposes of Tammany Hull; mid be it Resolved, That the dolo^utes from the Sixth Assembly dis trict to the Fourth Senatorial District Convention be re quested to rust their vote for the Hon. John Morrisscy for Senator from the Fourth Senatorial district. KINGS COUNTY POLITICS. CONVENTION'S, DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN? CAUCUSING LIBERALS INDORSE TUB SYRACUSE TICKET. To-<lay there will be flvo conventions held In Brook lyn. The Democratic County Convention will be hold at Headquarters, cornor of Court and Jornlomon streets, at noon. In the tamo hall, at thrco P. M., the City Convention will be hold. At seven P. M. the Second Senatorial District Convention will be held at Head quarters. Tho "Bolters'" Judiciary Convention for the Socond Judiciary district will be held in the County Court House at noon. The Republican Judiciary Con vention is also to be held at the Court House this foro noon. The Republican City Convention will be held In the Assembly Rooms, Washington street, at eight o'clock P. M. REPUBLICAN 8LATX-M AKINO. A caucus of the leaders of tho republican party was held yesterday, at which the ways and means of nom inating a candidate for Mayor who would b? sure to run into ofllce were considered. Tho choice of tbo caucus settled upon Frederick Schroeder as one who would bring to tho party tho solid Gorman voto. Mr. Schroeder was formorly Comptroller. For the office of .Sheriff Albort Doggett, present Wmlor Sheriff, was urged by a majority of the loaders present, and it is probable that Doggetl's name will head the county ticket to be nominated by the Convention on Thursday. TUB democratic gknbkal committer. Tho Democratic General Committee met last night at its headquarters and Indorsed the list of delegnu-s chosen on Mondny night to the conventions. John Daly was appointed Inspector of Primaries In place of M. Koenan. resigned. It wus decided to hold tho primary elections for Aldermen and Supervisors in tho several wnrds of Brooklyn on next Tuesday night, from Ave to eight P. M. Tho nomination of Judge Tappan was indorsod on motion of General James B. Craig, who made a brief address in advocacy of the claims of tho nominee. TUB LIBERAL REPUBLICANS. A meeting o( tho Liberal Republican General Com mittoe of Kings county was held last evening at Sawyer's Hall, Fulton street, President John Ca?how in the chair. Resolutions Indorsing the action of the Syracuse Convention and purging] the ronotnlnation oi John Coe for Senator from tho Socond district wero adopted by a vole of 59 in tho affirmative to 0 in tho negative. GRECO-ROMAN WRESTLING. MAGNIFICENT 8TBUOG1JS BETWEEN ANDRE CHRI8TOL AND WILLIAM MILLER AT THE GRAND OTERA HOUSE?THE VICTORY WON BY J MILLER. I Last evening about 2,000 persons wero present in the Grand Opera House to witness the wroslling tourna ment for $1,000 botween Andrd Christol, tho champion 1 of France and Spain, who, It Is said, was never thrown j In a match An fore last evening, and William i Miller, an Kngil?iiman, champion of England, Australia and tho Pacific coast. Mr. Fred Knglehardt was chosen referee, and a Frenchman of tremendous bulk, named F.ugene Create, acted as Judge for Christol, while Dick Fennel acted as Judge for Miller. The as-em. biage In the Opera House was chloflv composed of men interested in athletic exorcise*. There were only two ladies In the hon.se, one of whom was said to be the wife of Miller. They occupied a proscenium box on the right hand side of tho ?tngo. Tho two aiblclciwcatno out at about twenty minutes past eight o'clock and wero introduced to tho spectators by Fred Enelehardt. Tho Frenchman had a blue brocchcloth about his loins, while tho Englishman woro a red cloth. Both had tights and wore baso bull shoes tightly Aced, and they appeared in magnlllcoiit condition, seemingly without a pound ot loose flosh on their bodies. They are both men about thirty years of age, the French man many Inches shorter than his antagonist, weighing about 160 pounds. Miller towered over Christol. He Is a giant in six* and weighs 1?3 pounds. The rules of this Greco Roman wrestling aro altogether different from the methods on which such men as Homer iAne, McMahon or McLougbltn?the collar and elbow men?aro known to abide by. No hold whs allowed lower than the waist, the men being naked above that point; wrestling to be with open hands; no .striking, scratching or gonglng to be allowed; bands not to be clasped or fingers interlaced. The contestants were allowed to grasp each other by the wrists, and their finger nulls were cut close in order to prevent ?nv scratching. A tail wis Ui ho deplored when either iwnrt Ttt I b en pfii'-d f itr'.y on his bark with din two shoulders to th? ground. In the event of the wresilers rolling over each otht*r, the one whoso Mw lied the ground first was to lose tli*' tali. 1 tlP'On minutes w.w allowed tor resting time between each round, and the winner was to gain three falls out ol five. It was (?er haps the most amutnng and strangest wr - tiing match ever seen in New York, and ne^ly all the clubs In the metropolis hud riiemlmrs present rvpresenlim them. The game ami nnf>regnnblc pluck of the liuie Frenchman was loudly applauded by un audience live sixths of whom wuro acquainted with or skilled in a h letlc sports?unitteurs. prinriiwHy, but with a sligb sprinkling of professionals. At lirst the assemblage, on looking at Urn stage, which -wau eorJ>eled and had ? tlat scene, representing a knigh a' tournament, with the ciiampions on horscbuck in plated mail, their visors down and lances in rest, ami the heralds posted in the lists, Imagined that the whole thing was a hum bug to make money, and the high price ol admission? f 1 a head Hnd reserved seats (1 SO?seemed to confirm the idea. Hut the hard work of the champions soon made it evident that the contest was a genuine one, and great regret was man Heated, and uutle audibly, by the audience, that Andre Cbristol was so much overmatched m size. His arms were too short tor linn to get ?grip around the body of Miller, and bur struggles were laughable, in quickness and rapidity of movement be was altogether the sti|ieriorof Miller, I who rolled on his main strength and towering In iglit solely. The Frenchman would every uow and then , run in on his giant foe and slat) him on the bu-k and I shoulders, and then they would twist and squirm like | eels all over the stage, amid roars of laughter from the ; spectators. There were several "dog lolls," which did ; not amount to anything, am! were n<<l allowed as final, and it was eighteen minutes before a real tail was had, which Kuglohardl de clared was won b.v the Frenchman, amid great cheering for tho little fellow. Time was called at Mi 35m., and the first round was concluded ut 8h. 53m. Fifteen minutes for rest having elapsed time was called forme second round at 9b. 7m.. and the round was ended at 9h. 18m.?time 11m.?Miller being declared tho winner. The third round was called at 9h. 33in. and lasted until 9h. 89m.?time ltim.? the Englishman winning by tho most terrible exertion ami expenditure of breath. The fourth round was culled at luh. 4m. and lastod until lOh. dm.; time, dm., the Frenchman this time o'titig with the finest generalship and giv.ng the F.nglishmun two falls one of which was riot al lowed by tho referee. Tho enthusiasm was now tre mendous for the little Frenchman; hut it was easily seen that he was not able, with all his pluck and skill, for his antagonist. At lull. 25m. the filth anil hist round was called and both men caine up, the Englishman looking rather dilapidated. Altera struggle of flfteen minutes Miller threw his man, sat on him like a bank safe, and be was declared the victor of lite r..?leh and the winner of his hard earned $1.01)0. HOTEL A1UUVALS. Vlco President Honry Wilson arrived in the city yes torday and is at the Grand Central Hotel. Attorney General Daniel Pratt and Comptroller Nelson K. Hop kins have arrived from Albany at th* Fifth Avenue Hotel. Hrcvet Major Gonerul A. McD. McCuok, United States Army, is quartered at tlio St; r.-vaut House. Mr. Christian Wulltvebor, the newly appointed Unttod States Minister to Ecuador, is residing temporarily at the St. Nicholas Hotel. Mr. C. B Wright, President of tho Northern Pacific Railroad Company, Is sojourning at tho Brevoort House. Professor J. E. Hilgard, of the United States Coast Survey, is reg istered at the Metropolitan Hotel. Lieutenant Com mander W. Baiubridgo II off, Unitod States Navy, is staying at the Everett House. Mr. Samuel L. Clemens ("Mark Twain") and family arrived at tho St. James Hotel last oventng from their home at Hartford. Con. grcssmon H. H. Hathorn, of Saratoga, has taken up his residenco at tho Gllsey House. Congressman Chester W. Chapin, President of tho Boston and Albany Hail road Company, and Dr. George B. Loring, of Massa chusetts, are at the Filth Avenne Hotel. General James S. Negley, of Pittsburg, Is stopping at the St. Nicholas Hotel. Professor W. Boyd Hawkins, of Man chester, England, who has been making a trip around tho world, is at tho HoiThian Uouso, in compauy with Professor 0. C. Marsh, of Yale College. Professor Hawkins will sail for England to-day in tho steamship Russia Captains E. B. Heaum nt, Robert H Hall and Robert Cathn, of West Point, are among the late arrivals at tho St. James Hotel. DIED. Mom.oy.?On Monday, October 11, at No. 115 Green wich avenue, J oin .Ioski u, only child of Patrick aud Bridget Mo Hoy, aged 1 year, 3 months aud 25 days. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend tho funeral, on Wednesday, tiie 13th Inst., at half-past one o'clock, from the above address, and thence to Calvary Cemetery. [For Other VeuUu See Eleventh Page.] IN LUNG COMPLAINTS HALE'S HONEY op IIokfhppnp Ann Tan will give sure mid pormuueut relief. Plan's Tootuacuk Duces cure in one minute. 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