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riklUhH Daily, Sudayi excepted, AT THE STAR BUILD 1X08,, PenBiylT?ni? Avenue, corner 11th Bt-, BT TEE ETI^S STAR NEWSPAPER COIIP'Y. 9. u. *.ir/>,.IU.V.V, Prtu't. ? ? . Tin KTFNIXG ST A H it ^r?M hy r- # tfeir ub-.rii,. 'HtTl . Oxxs rr.K T^ |Via t *n!!T?. ? ?****, or r? * Two < sst* e*b. S> mail Vr/' iVi' itdaii h?. 53."?; ot<? T+*r. ^3 xn-JUths, $1.** ? Tin wimTmp r,4/l? ,,, ^ Tf?r ??"Ihv triil ' Fri?mT? W*-*9 LVmmmt snib " *? r* in ^ CMM* a,... >.? paper sent. atertfaM M.d fc,r. Eat.* >? hlnihnMMm application. PTlK9 and regulations in KEGAKU T'J SMAL.L-POX. "\b* aaiar* of srnsl' pox is t*\ diffuse Itself, and unSer ? rutn favorable eoi dHions it is net as.ly coram a*.* si. 1 fr n, j-r-onig person, bat capatle f beirg rrauiTOt-M to distances T"P'er.nt tfe P- ?agn i..n oftfeo specific p ison. Ww r >1!' Virwf ?* ? nry r- iulat'sns hate t>*en Kl-.pt. <J by the Ro*M of He .l'h an* approve-! by thu G ,v *TI or of ft* l^tTrlrt ? f OoJ*Sllb!i? Pare t? aad e nar :i?-.a ahull cati'e th?ir cti'ldr^n ana wards te be vaccina-**! bef re Ifet attain the ?*** of twa >-era. aad revac -U'?r..-1 ?n?n*?,r <k? B? aid t>1 V? aith sfcxi*. alter fi e /tarn from ttie last Taccir ^?!ro,rt^oiT" it. Tbe Toerd <>f H- e't*i hereby ort'rs as* r~tn'r!"i tbe vpc^natb n of *i1 *he iahabitatrn la the Urs.rict of v* pM arV wh'trrfr in th <ir oHulon the p?.t J* a! d van i* it, tfc,s r<-\ nccinatl a of *11 perr ? s who de n^t lurLirh aatijJhcu-y evidence th*? th- > !?,? V? 1 tooM'alli vacctaated or re w. mated wifiin fix jrtr* Th* H art! -i lfr*-th ?^l fr.raMi th? of Tacciiialioti *?> antb p?T?on? %? are f.oabla to p*y for ?hat?m-. r?-tbi? purr*# thi in,?;ciin, to th< p<-r. . r tr?r w,ill o? directf.l to Tatci aafe t..e p<r-?riatuiu/n>ij-, aui uevir the .-xi pbr'cw s* llbetgit'oialtoK' ".ft 9?" l'' U9e 'or tbe par it. rO of T*cciu^iiii? ail P*- ?!??? t,fc~d v?ec;irvi< j. Pti cie*!, <>f incorp-- rat/ .1 in\r,n'ar?aHTH comity ?lw. ??f!rlclri,d?it( 1 ' >'msh"ii9<?,r?(.irtn *n? in ?'^?'a. ???*?-? ^??it?l?, a;?l ..lull atii^r ceaT't??i wh**ro the p--.-r arid ?'c? ?r? r"c*iTed Bjmt?-1 o! boasev of correcti >c, j<*!K>rs, K-'p-ri of prip r 1. %?. i di(?c?-_r* or ..IBc<*r? <>f all ina'/tail^n-i aapre tt i or a:d?1 by thf Piftrict of ?*'um??ia, afeali a: tba rxp?nae of th?*ir pr^poctira corp.?ra tlo*r t lE.'tUattn'r*, ran*? alilvnat** '!?<*?. .t to bo 1 ao iMtcl IBiniMtiately apon tliair aduifM.^n there to. auleaa tk?7 prodac? auScieiit ??. alcBcr of pre ???? aooc.?vaccination having tak- a pi? ?(tklil ??~*?^.r?. ^nall pcit<?ii,jt rmineaUy c-nta?1<Mi4 anl Infec tw oa, i? lat >n forma an tmp*r?tivr nec^ity for prevaw.ion of Its propecatton. W?-ncr?r, wareft.ra.* caae of 'mat pox occur* in a darellirt* coatalalnfi mora than two iuU?bi?aata, u shall bo the duty of the b- *d of the family to i?Wl the m?et lejnot# a?tsrttn>-nt for the occnp*ncy of the pera-a afflic:'rf- a ith mail pox-tbe hich.st rooia in ta? dwell imx to be preferred. ^And "wbraaver in a tenatt kon*e and lodging boose or hotel, the persnn afT.iete.1 J* to* jttall pox cannot be laciatnd 10 the -atufac tloii of the health otBcer. aa>. 1 person ahall Uo re ?ovef to tbeauall a. \ haapital by axonta employed UJ ' perp *e b? the Board of Health. IWreeever a caae of tmall-pox breaks ont fn anr vwell'Dc or place, the war nine fla* 1 mvee of yellow naanei 1 thall be attached to and exp-ieed from tfc? PK-n:aea i-crnaierl by Bald case, a? a warning to th* pasai r-by of tne prea?nce of small p?\ in that lo ?JJJ- And If the jftlow flag be not inm. -ili it- !j altaii il l-, ? placard.on wh'rh '? writtfn in laree W?d legit-le letter*. ?' Small pox heit?." shall F.? , ' . nP,jn an exp->sed part o! the infectt -1 t <ua. or dv ?iliac. It shall be the duty of tlva? In whose dwel'ioir? ?Mali pox t<ci:ra to fno ieate the h >aa?. a*td thf roo?i of the paiivot. with sn'phnr. three uni> s a day. to claauae and Jislafect e??<ry p;?rt of the d??l .5 V th" " ?* tbloriuatad so<i?, carbjlic aelrt. t roitio cbloralnm, or snch other disinfect nl aa th- Board of Health may direct. AcUthof tbesi/eof a s-juare yard, steep?( in a aclnttop --.f rhlrrinausd sort*. carb"lie acid, or ^r'<ln-< cbloralom. shall teW> ? in the patf-nt s room and kept t -natantly saturated wittj the sa:J di?u.f?M t Ira. Tb? r.*in of the patient shal. be kept thoroncbly jrent ated, ao.l no -.th -r person lhai a i.urs? *no 22?i, 2? 111:1 a3-pox, or a membvr of thef.m ly, snai be allowed to eatrrihi" 'i?. Persons Heine In attendanc*. niMn the sick *hall notconieinc tact ?ith other inmates or persons, un'ess 'hey I. A.e been jtei u nsly prot. rly faasi^Mted an1 d^ if^e-* aud 1 ? acg..-d the clotbii * worn by th- m ? hile ia tu IK l*f rem. It shall ba the duty of said attena?nU to aec tk *t nocl, itu.g ia conveyed fr-.m the ai. k r am that has nottrt-p pr-vi. m1;, disinfected and fumigated. &nd. .r.'l>T*r'.*!) clyttitag in said r.iom, or worn by th? JwVU. e afferud bv small po\, shall be kept olatii.ct ar.d separate, and shall be given out to be washtd only to persons wik. have had the small p >x tbe.actt-- be stawsl it. every metaticc th.it tUv are Jl-Z x Patient, and must therefore be aept and wwM sepparately. .WyWaM or other citizens h.?vir? knowIed<n o( i *>at'-Dce of small pox are exp< rted to (five im aiediate notice to the Board of Health of every casa eowitrm to their knowledge. But it is especially en jo?a?d by law ap<in the proprietor* of tenement J?*"'' I-ogtnx-hausea, boardinn honaes, aad h > Ma to notify the Ik ard jf Health of the presence.>f ?ajf p< x In their respective ab'?)e*. under penalty ?a "?e and taipria nanent, and thia law against al! ?ers- aa concerned will be strictly enforced. It sbali be the duty of the citizen to immediately aotitr Ike Board of Bealth ..f the d-atb of any per aati from ?n?all pox ef which lie uiay have know ? and no one except such as may have had the **?!' Pox. ard the officer# of the Board of Health mmiiti 't to thmtdutj, ?h?J! rakech^r*^ if, dress, or P*g rh? body of the p^r? >n wkK? I.m tb!i* dM. Tbe nrterment of pera^ns djin* from small p v ?ball take pl^e within aix honra after death, or a ?00a aa the nrcooiatance, ,>f the caae will allow aud go person who baa died of smail pox ahall be buried L'l. ?obl'c ' emateri?< or baryint; croanda wlvbout a permit from the Board of Health, a oieai bar of the saiue.ur tbe Health Officer. iwwiJ^?'*f*fun/'r,?l<??>e-<;uiea may be desired, the Dooy shall be placed tn a hertnetlcatly-sealed m*;ti no Pera^ n will be allowed to be preseut at aaw '-bse.4nies or follow tbe corps.- to the grave ex cept the nearest kin-relations, and nnder no ci re am ?BMcea shall a rorpa- infected with smail pox bo taken to a chnrch or meeting houae, but it shall be oo?\. yed direct.y from the boose to tbe -rave. SaT ? ?Le **1 *? ??*or ** *>? unable to incur c,"?ia *Td horiai, any uncertaker ap pout d to furnish c ffins to tbe p-or shall provul? 'Z**! c**r take tna name to the Uuae la which the c< raae lays, but shall not jM*?e sai.l corpse in tbe coffin, or take any part in laying oat tbe dead, urles* v,e has hal th? sm^ll CT*!?1! fn^'U^ted and disinf. -t-d his 2fcSt K? 1 ?bK;VJf ?l01th" and tbe bur.?l ?hall be dope by tbe effi> era appointed for that par pi?el>y the Board of Health ' The sa.aH pnx aatbalaace thall be kept at the ?Dial I p. -x boepital. Thi ambnlance ahall be acrompanlad by ar in ?pect rwbenever n.e.ied lor the removal of email p> z ^r (>th?nrlie The inspect! r accompany ins the ambulance an.! the driver, are forbicden ftstu entering street car* or any pobltc cenveyaaae. Tbey shall also keep a suit i f clothing to w. ar ?ya< tae service of r>moving small p-x patieiits; ?W suit of clothing to be kept fumigat- d aud dfein ?acle.' at all times, and under bo circomstancas afca.1 they wear the ??id clothinc when off duty The inspector attend tea to sn.aii pox patents and th. driver of the atabulan-e stall, untu otherwise ordered, wear a linen suit whil- on doty Tb? mapecu r detail.d toattemi to the removal of "all pox patienta shall fumigate and <1Sstn'?ct the dwell>sga where small pox cases octnr. He shall ?a * tfcot ihe clothlbg is properly disinfected, parked op. earned safely to tbe ambnlance, and destroysi He stall keep aa a?c ant ot the clot boa or furniture ? P* Peraona ahtch have b?eti destroyed, the pnOs ble valne of tbe taaie, and the nam.a of the SbeVan ^ belong, and give a receipt for J-^ar no circumstances shall the amtnlance be SltjS l?.. ty 1B '.b* streets, except for sach SPKtfrUrb^*111 be rt,1U,red to :t" The anbnlance ahall not be taken to anT place for retair; bot If repair 1s needed , a per?on has lug had tbe si: all pox shall be engaged tj mend it at Us r< r aiar tirpontorp In driving the ambnlance to any point, care ?h*ll ?a taken to avoid crowds^aireets. s^ uool U - uses, or ?5'\a nted places The driver shall, as far a? prac ttcaf k* ep oat of crowded tn. ronghfares, and ?hail ar.oni m.et ng or pasa ng at y process! n. vhae'al.ar large concourse o< pe- pie. The taepector shall display the yellow flag from e*?ry dwelling c ntaining suall pox, and i! said ??f tairn away without authority. t!i* Ueaiai l'"c' r 0 o*t te immediately notfi- d of tbe fact Tb. n.sf ecti r of each district shall be notified of ?** preeecwaand b<aluy of sriali P>x cases In hf* ?'??r **t, and it shall be bis dvty to see that th? ?caraatu>- reg-iUiions relating to bou>es having aaial, p x wiinin aie proprrly enforced, and that ??P"?; *?*#-???) to the c.-ntagioa be allowed to g oat of the dwelling or come la contact with any otb? r person ' The inspector shall In an urbane manner inf. rm tbe p-. pie of the quarantine regu ations ;ni|> s. j br the B ?r I of Ueai.h regard.us small p.-x, but stal cace no unnecew arj hard?lop Tb. inspectiK- detailed to attend to ths small pox ?hall first aec rtala whetber th- case car. 1* isolated . tie dweiltegso aa not to expoae the other Inma;.^ to tbe dfseaae. Whenever a patWt In atenament. iodging h"U*e. boar, irg-bouae. or hotel ia so situated that he caa aot te isolated fr*iin other it mates, he or ahe shall be r?moved and taks? to tb- boepital: aad if aa>" person Interferaa with the execsitloa of this order or lb- patlert refuses ta obey .the law shall be en terced against eocii person < r pers. es. if it feme to the knowledge of aa? inspector that cf small box we kept in tenement b< uses. fc?adg:r?g hLuses. l? ardiDk- houses, or hotels, without proper notice hat ing been given to the U .aril ol . *'th ea r.quired by law, the inspector shall make ^med'ate report to the Beaith Officer, stating the tTo.VXZTX c*M,n*or ab'"ln* where there b. doobt whether a person ??5SnL22iffc* ?nail pox, a physician s Xit *>? secured before resnoving the pa ^ nl,e* 'Nfarding aaoepned with who die of small pox be lis foregoing raiee and - d., LL D t , Attest D. W. BLta. r' Approve H. p Uk'o ^ Jm n MnoiAi ?1'i.nrn. *1** X*SURANCE OUMPaVy OP TMK * * 1>1*TIUCT OF COLUMBIA. OROA/HZMD AVO08T 8?, I?a70 CA.H CAFITAL..? 0?ca la Shepherd's Boildfrg. Ho ?0-aU p raaiaavanu. HJiitT. PresSen,' lAMUIL CKObb, Se?mL,^D,V,?* J B Blake, 1*"<r' aVm. R T~Jd, SB *\L * oh??i*? josi, ? ? C-?ar?erotf. Joha T. L. uiau J M *? 1UB'iciL? Mcaaa Kelly, A- * '^epberd. ocit- tf IB A CO a ornc rAy3, - Bo. 1M7 PlUMTLVilli ATX.VrX. Saao oa Srasiliaa Pebble Spectacle*. jaaU-tf LAI>IE3> GOODS. J MPOBl A?T IV LADIES. ? * *?- '.PffTta the ladic* that by a new process J*" 'J* *v> e to eet all combings ?t hair.bj Ht? i f,'. m' "? lf tk??l been cnl off the head, thoa *!l, J* the tau?? ng ni ih? hair a? formerly. A 1 ?ciea faviae COMBINGS to be ma4e up in the dif ii'itbt ?'>!<? will please give me a c*ll and satisfy ;h.n U.PHILIPPI, ... 719 Market ?pac?, _ 3t between 7rh ami 9th streets. lun <>FE.hCI>? ** A magnificent selection ?.f childress MERINO CLOAKS AND CAPS, e-M HKOIPKKKD &MPI'ERS A ill) OCSUIONS. HAT AND TOWEL R*CKS, beriin zephyrs, yarns,and worsted W)dl>S, At MRS. SKLMA RUPPERT'S, 613 ?th street, opposite I'atent Office. N'Brarch Store. ocSOftt 'THE Borv?IER AND VICTORIA KID GLOVES, ?#f jniHan's. m ?rTU ill'a'^?03,C,t 0,;*k"' DreB?-?. Wrappers, Children's Cloaks and Presses at Willian'a. Infants'Cl-?*s at Willian'a. B. >t < '!?!%? Velvet at Will Una. Pit Trimming* at Vk illian'a. The fin?-?t Black Prw hilk at WilliaaV H^nnrtS lka and Velveteia all shades at WilHan"*. ^ finest Far is i aq mid* Under gar meal# at M illian'*. Tbe cel-brated J. B. P. Coraet at Willian'a. Fancy Ties, of atl kinds,a'. NMI.ism's Eiegant ?-iurtment of real I ac~e ntWillian'a. Thread aud Guipure Lace Capna at Wllltan'a. Beautiful aaeortment of Parlaian Fans at Wil nap a. Morocco Belts, with Chains, at Wiilian'a. Parisian Bonnets and Hats at Willian'a. Imr>>n?*l Kelt UaU. in all euadea, at Willian'a. 8. ?la?in Tnrbans aad Kcetch Oapa at Willian'a. bMma, Flowera, and Paaaeme.jteiie, at Wil liam's. Ostrich 1 ipa and fancy Trnt* era at Willian'a. Hair BranN. made to oi ler In Pari*, at Willian'a. Dr.-ases ard Cloaks made to order at Willian'a. *^"One price only at WIUUTR, 907 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. 7 Cite Trevise, Paris. MADaME EST REN, " 61? thirteenth Strkkt, LA DIES' FASHIONABLE HAIRDRESSER And Human Hair Mantj*:*c?nrer. Parte and New l ? rk cheap Human Hair Honse. Two Chittinns Braids only !f S. A large stock to select from alwaye ct? hand. Call and examine for yoareelf. ocl6 ;tm MISS E. A. BcCOBWIfK, 406 NINTH STREET N W., Will open MONDAY, Octeber 11th, a large and elegant nsaortment of XMPOhT^D AND PATTERN ocW-tr BOX'XETS AXV KOUVV HATS m JUST OPENINQ A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP HATS. FLOWER'*, feathers and VELVETS, OF ALL COLORS, At Low Pricea, at 8 HELLER'S, 1Market Space, DRY GOODS. pKl.MlP.lL ATTRACTION NO W I\ THE CITY IS WOLFOBD * RHILBIIW'S, NEW AND ELEGANT 1)RY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT\ Houtb Seventh Street, wherein ti to b*4 fonod the b?*it Msortdd and mont choice atock ot DRY GOODS in the District, com prieiiiC al> the Latest Styles in FoREIQH AMD Domestic DRESS GOODS, nin'iy: Plain ana Fancy Poplins, Colore<l and Blvck Silks, *?j,?tsa Cloths of all Shadea, Colored Mohair Alpacas, a no* . Pl??n end Corded single width Alpacaa AaG?fA,T *pyJALTY IN BLACK ALPA 'Ai A^ frill line of Black Goodaof all < lasses, such a* Crape'lte1 "Paris'*" MerlD,J Black and col'd VelTete?na; Flanneia in all ahadea. U aterpro. fa of all i olori: Caaaiaerea, from the cheapest t?. the beat gradea; C,.rdnroy, Plnahe-, tfcm i mi.Jof Ortoman and Br.che ??'* "? B1?nhet<, Oailta and Ormiortera; T*l.'. Tow<,I<-Shirti. ga, Cottona and In ct r.nection with the above-named Goodaarealac kept a iargouvariety of NOTIONS, BIBBONS, TRIMMINGS, and other articlaa teo nnmeroua to mention. A call to thla Honae will amply cuennonaate the most economical parchaaer, from far and near REMEMBER The Arcade, No. 487 SEVENTH 8TKEET SODTH. Between D and E. ? centa will convey a person from am P*rt the city direct to the door ot this ??tabliab ? nol -tr J^ALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS. .00 .M ?lluadn.bmto.mr. tin IJTar ?i'iuriVr""ted K'tft *T #1 ? SUK AND WOOL KPi NG LINEt*. H7 We aSl ?iLe FBKNOH C A8SIM CBKS, at tl su4 (? v axiraW;de FKHNOH MBIiINO, at '??4 I :ag.,ual All Wool BRAVER, at *3 BO ???? PALL GOODS AT BBODHEAD A CO.'S. i\ , 2 Gcoda of thia a?aeon's Importation In the newest and moat deairahle Colors nn4 Unalltiee o h" ?,hlch P^?n Velenrs, with Brocade m ?Vneu?h*(1* 'or Polonalae, may be Tuutfd ? M1!""11 bllk?' Alpacas, n^Wn.' Talle Lineaa, Shirting Linens, Opera Flanneu' White, he* mjU Grey^FlanneU, R"ton Flan Fr'vifh. Btawla, Towels, Blanket* Liiiitcs .J all klLds, Velvetecna, Corse ti, Hoaiery 18?i F street, twtw. en^lth aa nath*itr^ata. LAPIJS rHDKKWK \ B tnd QFIIT'^ nhirts d UbSiV o ^ ?V*leiie Hpi,^fi n.-f'e hjtde to order on abort ' ae i3-t Wovg 1872 r-An.! 1872 the LARGEST ASSORTMENT the LARGEST ASSORTMENT TUB LARGEST ASSORTMENT FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, ? IB'H, YOUTHS' AMD BOYS', ABB'S, YOUTHS' AMD BOYS'. MEN'S, YODTHfl' AND BOYS', BVBBOFFEBEDBEFOBE BVBBOFFEREDBEFOBE. offered bbforx. I nrge a careful iaapection of my gooda bafore pnr chaaing else where, aaanriag the public tk*t I ?aver before have had auoh tfyarfe?r ef Gar ments to pieaM all taatea Mi Aaatrea, to 4. MooBiaao4ate aU paraea, or to rH* such entire A vi?it to my establishment will (ally l_, who may appropriate the time and trouble of Ma in#, whether they purchase or only wtah to vtosr nj immenae atock and how I aeU I hem. kW, the iCM, the l'l*ttaler, RTBAC8, lh? Clothier, 1011 PENNSYLVANIA AVENCB, >?11 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. 1011 PBABLYLFANLA AVBNCE, Three Doora from Eleventh Street. ?S1** R'" r* BUrenth Street. ?? ir? Bteveatn Street. P .o puix tkedayT^ * SPEC ML JfOT'tCES. Fin? Old Whisky. WARRANTER pikFICTLY I>CBE. FOR MEOrriyAL ASD FAMILY USE. IiABQF? BOTTLES, $1 PES BOTTLE; OR ?3 I'KE G ALLON. AI*>,aUktu<l?ofrALtFnRNI? M IHM.T*'. *>"<1 %i per bottle: PORT. ANGRl IOA. Ml ^OATKL, brtfcKBY, HOCK and CuABKT. Atoo, KELLY 8 Island oaiawba. These Wines are very superior, aad just as repre tented ARTHUR NAT TAN1?, Druggist, ncl-!r Second and t) strett, N. W. A Ci?r?l. A Clergyman, while r^idiug in SoOth AiMTlca as missionary. discovered a -*fe and simple rera.-.iy for tbe care of Nmtom Weaane-is. E-ir y D'*:a> ? Disease of tb- Urinary and bemitial Organs,and whole trait. < f disorders brr ught on b* baueful aiil vieton? habits. Great numbers ha>e been curedO> this coble remedy. Prompted by a desire to benefit the sfflicted and unfortunate, I will send the r,^ip twr preparing and using this, medicine, tn a sealed envelope, to any one who needs it. fretaf < Addiess, JOSKPU T ISM? Station D, Bible Hoqw, marH-ly New York Pity. AMUSEMENTS. N ?j^INOOLN HALL. THEODORE THOWAS' TXE41VALLED WJil'EKTS. BIXT1 DIBTINGUIBHED PEBFOBMEBS. The larg?st and most perfect Concert Troupe which has ei er traveled ? i her in this country or iu Europe. Manager .J. GoscHS. FRIDAY IVININO. November lSrH. FIRST GRAND CONCERT. MONDAY EVENING, November ISth, SECOND AND LAST UONOhltT. The following celebrated Soloists will appear: MR GEOBQE L. OSGOOD, The yonrg American Tet-or. His first appearance. KB. BEBNFIAKD L1STEMANN. The wlebrated Violinist. Together with the vy rivalled orchestra. PRICE OF ADMISSION, ONE DOLLAR. Reserved Beats - 50 corns eitra, Tbe sala of reserved seats and tickets will c m menceon TUESDAY MOBNINQ, November 12th, at Metzciott A Co.'8, where the Programmes can also be had. _ . Doors c pes at 7^. T^ commence at <i Steinwity A Sons' Pianos are Used at ail The Thomas Concerts. D-r' EW NATIONAL THEATER. Ma. J. Q. Savillk, Lessee and Manager. FOR SIX NIGHTS AND SATURDAY MATINEE Fiist arpearance in Washington of tne talented young Artiste, KAT1K PUTNAM supported by ber mi COMEDY COMPANY. MONDAY, November 4, 13T2, KATIE PCTN4M. In her unrivaled rendition of LITTLE NELL AeiD THE HAB0HI0NES3, giving her exquisite h< rig and Dance, "DIWD'\NP?.S," together with her GREAT BANJO HONG,and la?t great eermtii n by Dick and the Marchioness, "THE APPLE OF MY EYE, " in the dramatization of Cbarie* Dickens' great novel entitled OLD CURIOSITY SHOP TUESDAY, Novembers, 1S72, MEG'S DIVERSION AND LITTLK BEBKL. WEDNESDAY, November 6, BANS 80UCI. THCR.-DAY, No\ember 7. LITTLK DETECTIVE FBI DA Y, BFN BF1T OF K ATI It PUTNAM 8ATUBDAY, AT 8 P. M , GbAND MATINEE. MONDAY, November. 11. the Distinguish*! Tra gedian. MB. JOSEPH PBOCTOB. n ?-tf WASHINGTON THEATRE COMIQUE, MUvenlk St., south of Pennsylvania aoenue. TllEMENDOl'P ATTRACTION.- ' UNPBECBDINTED NOVELTIES ! Second week of the world-renowned a,hletee and gymnasts, ? BROWN AND 8ANF0RD. in their thrilling feats in mid-air, entitled Flying Bars. The beautiful and dashing Danseuses, the WEaT bisters. The Child Wonder and Change Artist, LB PETITE ANGBLOlB ? Mtfsrs Ql1LTEB AND GOLDBICII, The new and beautiful Ballot Divcrtisement, en titled THE FAIBY SPRITE,TH? FAIBY BPBITE MiseSALLlE APT. M LLE GALLKTTI, Mr. J AS.W WESLEYand Miss ADDIE JOHNSON And the entire Oorps de Ballet. New and laughable sketches and inteiludes by the Sons of Mormu?. Messrs. PABKIB, Bl'BBANK. B. JEAN BICK LEY and JAS. DOCGLASS. Brilliant Parlor Entertainment. Gigantic Selected Olio. First time of the beautiful Sensatioi.nl Drama, written by W. J. Thompson, entitled THE BBlGAND QUEEN; Or, A Father s Curse Thcraday Iveriog NoT??mber 7. 1872, fjir^well benefit of the pet pie's favorite, DICK PAUKER. Family Matinees every Wednesday and Saturday. Ladies' nights every Tuesday and Friday, no* UPIOIAL NOTICE I > WASHINGTON THEATEB COMIQUE The Election Returns a ill b? read from tli? s age this evening an fast as received by telegraph from the differmt States. It rpUK MABINE BAND WILL GIVE A CONCERT At Concordia Hall On every MONDAY and SATURDAY EVENINGS commencing at 7 o'clock. pelt 3rn Old No. ) on Exhibition inbw No 4M > and Male I 439 7r* Bt.) at ( 7*a St. Bo. 419 7th street, between D and E street!, eight doors above Odd Fellows Hall. CBsloa Oil Paintings, Engravings, Chromos, Ac. Als?, largest stock Paper Hangings, Window Shades, Pictures, Frames, Picture Cords and Tas eels. Rings, Nails, Ac., la the District. ?r TERMS CASH. Please remember Name and Number. Jel ly* Eg. JUStH PAYS FAIR PRICES for Ladies', . Oet.ts' and Children's SECOND-HAND CLOTHING, UNDER-CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES. Ac., at 619 D street, between 6th and 7th sts. Botes by mall promptly attended to. ec9-ly LECTURES. QRAND STAR COURSE OF LECTURES. LINCOLN HALL SEASON 1972-'3, COMMENCING NOVEMBER 36, 187il, WITH EDMUND YATES, The celebrated English Novelist. To be followed by GEO. W. CI'RXIS, CON?1EbT^iIYUMB^DLE8sOHN J December. QUINTETTE CLUB ot BOSTON. liRET HARTK, ) D.AMEi< DOUGHERTY, J January. WENDELL PHILLIPS. S 8?sson Tickets, with reserved seats, SI. For sale at J. O. PARKER 8, on and after FBIDAT, 2Sth Inst., 7th street, oppo site Pest Office. oc22-lui BALLS, Ac. ?ECOND GBAND ANNUAL BALL OF THE 1 H1BEBVIA BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION ol Washington will take place at MASONIC TEMPLE, THANKSGIVING EYB, November ST, li7I. On thtsocsaalaa there will bo a presentation rf a sMtifnl banner to the Associatien by the H lad Us of 8t Aleyslns parish. Tickets. 91; 81 to he had at D. A. BBOSNAN'S, 0SS OM street; JT P. BELLEW '8, 7th street, between UH O asd H,and of tb>'members. li UOULAGBMSNT POUB LBS PIEDS; COBS JM. *81 lath stredt. opposite the Poor solns due nee chezlui, HITS, art etahlla Waahtagton ?ova dib ma FIBBVIBl LA DIBS' BATIOBAli DIB ? sod ICE CREAM SALOON, sense 11th Pennsylvania avenue. Ladies' and goatlen Lunch every day, from 11 a. m. to S a. ? Lmuk tkmmed imiw. My facUltiss fbr Parties, Weddlacs, Dinners, Ac. eo?t . superior to aagoatertn my line is the chy, won >d solicit a nheral share at your patronage FBECBD, Caterer and Confectionar, 119TP ? city, and ro*age. P. Peon ylvaala avenne. aaf-ly TVOTICE TO THB OWNERS OP HOBSBS. P 9CHUH. ^ 1017 F STREET la selling HOBSE BLANKETS and LAP BOB CS twenty per eent. lower than elsewhere. nol-tt B. ABO. ? KING has REMOVED frees his old on 7th street, between M and B, to hx manrohlSStSL^ EVENING STAR. Washington News and Gossip, 1XECTIOX SEWS AT THE WHHE HOI sr. Tfirjframs tu the Prcsldeut. The Pre^dent received the following dis patches to-day: EVERT TABS IN PHILADELPHIA REPUBLICAN PHir.ADBi.rHiA, Not. 5?We have carried every ward in oar city up ?o tin o'clock. Oar majority is twenty-three tho.isand, increase twelve thou^aiid over October to o. INlKEAStl) RSPI BLK AN MAIORITY. Philadelphia, Oct. 5?At ten o'cl??ck the majority In the city is twenty-one thoti.-and for <?eueral Giaut; increased majority twelve thousand. THE SITUATION IN LOUISIANA. New Oki hass, Nov. 4.?Klection parsed off in city and country, as tar *vh heard from, ?luictly. It will take at lea"t tlve days to connt the vote of the state. The st*te and city have certainly voted largely republican. How the count will be time will tel . our only hope is that the vote is so overwhelming that we cannot be counted out. LOUISIANA HOT CERTAIN ?OR GRUELSY. New Orleans, Nov. 4?As far as can be as certained, Grant and Kellogg have received a very largr* white vote, and carried the state by an overwhelming majority, and if no fraud is practiced in the count or returns, we will prob ably carry tho city, although the white regis tration is two to one. Meagre ret urns from live parishes in the tilth congressional distriot show that the republican vote has been polled elect ing Morey for Congress. Sheldon and Sjpher are elected, judging from the white vote re ceived. The count of tbe city bad not been an nounced at midnight. mo RBTCBLICAN XAJORITIBB IB PENN8TLVA BIA. Harrishurg, Pa., Nov. 5?12:30 a. m? Voting so far indicates a majority of sixteen thousand in Alleghany county. Other parts of the state give large molarities. Tbe naMathnoettft Election. Boston, Nov. S.? O. K. JIarrit, Journal Sev>t Bureau:?The Boston vote for Grant is 3 to 1 fer Greeley. Hooper and Whiting are running far ahead." Banks is behind in his own town. The Irish are voting for Gooch in Charlestown. W. W. Clapp. [Second Dispatch.] Boston, 3 p. m - No doubt of the defeat of General Banks. Gouch, Whitney aud Hoaper are elected. Everything all right. W. W. CtAPP. Inteenal Kbybnth.?The receipt* from this source to-diy were ?4->7,335.8s. Aitointmekts by the President.?The President this morning appointed Miss Louisa Hoyt postmaster at Mason City, 111., and Wm. Fore.- man iKjstmaster at Circleville, Ohio. A XX Conscience The Secretary of the Treasury this morning received a contribution of s-20 to the conscience fund, from Newark, N.J. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing in the Treasury Department is closed tor a few days, to allow some necessary repairs to be made to the boilers and machinery of the estab lish ment. The different offices in "Newspaper Row" will bulletin the election news to-night, atd the office of the New York Timet, 1330 F street, will have full reports, especially, from tbe state of New York. Rescued from Death by Drowning.? Ensign T. D. Bolles, of the U. S. steamer Iro quois, rescued from drowning a Siamese engi neer, in Menam river, Siam, on the morning of July 2Sth. Lieut. Commander Rowland reports his action to the- department^tnd speaks highly of the conduct of Ea*ign Bolles. The Question whether the ten per cent, dis criminating duty established by the President's proclamation ol last week is to be held applica ble to gooos afloat at the time of the proclama tion has not been decided by the Treasury De partment. The officers to whom it has been submitted to far, hold, as stated in the Star a day or two since, that the discriminating duty applies to all goods arriving in French vessels from other than French ports, from and after the 3oth ultimo, the date of the proclamation; but the question is *till under consideration. Naval Officers Transferred?Lieut Commander Morton W. Sanders ordered to the naval rendezvous at San Francisco; Lieuts.J. W. Miller and E. 11. C.Leutze and Midshipmen James H. Bull, ordered to duty In the Nicara gua surveying expedition; Surgeon S. D. Ken nedy ordered to the Richmond; Surgeon F. L. Dubois detached from the Pawnee and ordered to the Pensacola navy-yard; Assistant Surgeon J. M. R- Simmons detached from the New York navy yard and ordered to the Richmond; Assist ant Surgeon J. F. Bransford detached from the Naval Hospital at Philadelphia and ordered to duty in tht Nit araguan surveying expedition. Personals Hon. Thomas Fitch and familv, of Utah, are in the city for the season. They are staying at the Hamilton House for the present, but Mr. F. is negotiating for a band some bouse with a view to a permanent resi dence here. ??? Judge David Davis, of the U. S. Supreme Court, ha? taken apartments at the National hotel for the winter. ????Senator Bl?ir,of Missouri, is sick in St. Louis. ????Sen st >t Patterson of New Hampshire has, says tbe New York Tribune, finally accepted the presi dency of the Ohio Agricultural and Mechanical College, and will enter on Its duties at the close of the Senatorial term, next March. Wab ? iAiNBT Hostile Indians Tbe government has recently determined, without recalling any of its promises to the Indians, or varying in the least from Its conciliatory course towards the great mass of them, to hold the re calcitrant aud incorrigibly hostile savages, no matter where they may be found, to a stricter accountability, and compel them by the most vigorous military measures, to accept Its policy ol i cace. The recent eastigatious administered to Lo by Crook, Mt-Kenzie, and others is In pursuance ot this determination, and no one need be in tbe least surprised to hear that our troojshave ttruck still further blows against such hostile bands as persist in repelling the overtures of the government in behalf of peace. The first Rubinstein concert,at Lincoln hall last evening, atti acted a large and fashion able audience, including many of the best ama teur musicians of the national capital. The great expectations of musical people here of tho execution of those two great masters of the piano and violin?Rubinstein and Wieni swski? were more than realixed. Neither made the mistake, common with more pretentious but le^s able musicians, of selecting pieces with a view to showing ofl their manual dexterity? mere musical gymnastics. Both chose pieeo* which abounded in all the elements of music of the best sehoois. yet were well calculated to open the ears of the uninitiated to ? realising sense of the wonderful wealtb of sweet souuds and startling musical effects which lis dormant in the strings of both piano and violin until called forth by the magical touch of a master band. Rubinstein's delicacy of touch is wonder ful, and the distinctness of every note, from fortissimo to pianissimo, even In the most hur ried movements, is hardly more pleasing to a cultured ear than the "linked sweetness long drawn out" of pathetic, pleading passages In the Turkish March, from Beethoven's Ruins of Athens, some of the finest effects were produoed. Schumann's Carnival, which closed the oonoert, was fitly chosen to illustrate at one sitting tbe capability Of the grand piaun as a Esasteal instrument and the skill of the treat performer. Wieniawskl's handling of that king of instru ments, Um violin, is not less admirable than Bvbiturfiein's of the piano. Without distortion or grimace, with no ran vaktfve jsrks and dashes, with no labored attempts at startling effects, which are not musical, whatever else they may be, he plays right ob, with confident ease and grace. The touching "legende"of his own com Cliion, with Its plaintive sadness, was in strtk contrast with the jabilant music of the Ku sian airs which followed it. Of the vocalists Idles Liebhart and Ormeny it may be said that both are pleasing singers, and hardly get the credit they are entitle! to, eta ply because the audiences go to hear the play ing of the two great masters and consider the vocalism as intended to fill up the Intervals between the instrumental pieces. The programme for to-night's concert la a capital one. limekiln*.10 ?h<*P*r tk*n wood for in Iowa w!?"2iLrZ?2? Jli? Janesville, Wi?., originated from wide-spread a|n? W-The sausage bade has bean thrown hack 50 years?or 2# anyhow?by the epUooty. TELEGRAMS TO THE STAR. This Afternoon's Dispatcher. THE ELECTIONS. GRANT THE .NEXT PRESIDENT. ISDIf lTIOSS FROM ILL <!HRTES\ Grant45,000 Ahead n Philadelphia. The Republicans Betting on 80,000 Majority in Pennsylvania. New Jersey Will Give Grant 8.000 Majority, New Hampshire for Grant. Many New York and Philadelphia Democrats Voting for Grant. Greeley's Majority in New York City Very Small. Louisiana Claimed by Both Par ties. The Republican Majority in Mas sachusetts Larger than Ever. Banks Beaten Badly. Returns from Other States. PKSSSYLVAMA. Grant 43,000 Aheadaofarfn Philadel phia- Kepiil.llfMii* Bellini; <?u sO.OOO .Majority iu the State. [Special to The Stir.] Philadelphia, Nov. 5.?It is hard to realize tliat we are holding an election in this city to day. Never before was so little interest and so much apathy manifested. The sweeping triumph of the republicans in October more lhan demor alized the democrats, and to-day they will not jioll more than seventy per cent, of their regular vote. Up to two o'clock the hourly return* re ceived at the mayor's office from all the ward in the city toot up as fo'.lows: Grant and Wilson, ?0,131; Greeley and Brown, 25.116; making h majority of 45,015 tor Grant and Wilson in a total vote of 85.247. In October the whole vote wa? only 120,000. If this ratio of gain kee|>s up throughout th< state the republican majority will ho about SO.OCO. The returns show that so far we have have carried every ward in the city. In Octo ber the democrats carried si x of the twenty.n i ue. There is a deal of betting on majorities. Two to one is offered on Grant having ?5,0?0 majority in the state, and on 80,000 majority bets are even. Dispatches from different parts of the state to the republican state committee report luavy gains over October. Democrat* generally not voting. J. It. T. [Ry Aftoriated />?*?.] The Philadelphia Democrats Vive II I'p. Philadelphia, Nov. 5.?The election is pro gressing very quietly. The vote cast so t'.ir is smaller than usual. The democrats are maicing no etlort, some even voting for Grant. In seven precincts, taken indiscriminately, in the lirm three hours, the vote stood: For Grant, 511 Greeley, 162. Grant .1 to 1 In PittKl.urg. Ciiicish*h,Not.5.-A special dispatch to the Chroniclt, from Pittsburg, savs returns in that city up to 10 o'clock, from twelve wards, give Grant 1,384, Greeley, 4X1. Greeley Will Inn 20.?0() Rehlnd Ruekalew In Philadelphia. Philadelphia, Nov. 5? Returns from all tlu warilrf but one ui> to 10 o'clock show that Grant's majority to 21,613. It is estimated that Greeley will receive 20,000 less than BuckalewinOc tober. M W JE1INET. 1 he State Good lor >.ooo Majority for Uraut. (Special to The Evening Star\ Philadelphia, Nov. 5 ? Across the river at Camden, in New Jersey, the election is very exciting. Reports shows that the republicans have made heavv gains in all the counties bor deringon the Delaware river and Penn?vl vania. New Jersevisset down for 8,000 majority for Grant. J. K Y. JfFW YORK CITY. Greeley's Majority Km liian iO.OtMl Itemocrata Voting Open Tiefcets for Grant. [Sp ecial (? Evening Star.] New Yoek, Nov. 5.?The election is pro gressing quietly in this city. The indications are that O'Brien will have a small mi ority, and that Greeley will have less than 2*1,001 ma jority in the city. Many democrats arc voting open tickets for Grant and Wilson. S. NEW YltRK. The Election in the City ol Blew York - Business Kuspended ? Police Vr rangeni ents?I he .* polio Hall Party for Kernau for Governor. [Bu A*?< dated Prest.) New Yoek, Nov. 6 ?l'he weather is cleai and pleasant, and is as favorable as could be de sired for an election. The city presents a holi day aspect, business for the most part bein^ suspended. The polls opened at 6 a. m. ami close at 4 p. m , instead of at sunset, as formerly. The stock, gold, produce, cotton and merchant's exchanges are clo?ed. The police aud federal officers are statiuued at the different polling booths, and have the fullest instructions for tht preservation of the peace and the arrest of those who may violate the law. The city police, how ever, have orders not to interfere with either the inspectors or federal supervisors iu their mod. of scrutinizing, counting and canvassing ballots In many places the Apollo Hall party are issuing tickets for Kernan for Governor. Arrests for False Regis!ration. New York, Not. 5.?Numerous arrests were made np to 10:30 a. m. at the polls, most of them upon warrants ls-ued by a commissioner, upot the charge of false registration. The rest were for various causes. Altogether, about fifty were adjudicated on at the Federal building by Com missioner Stilwell for the down districts up to this time. ? _ ?'Biles Ahead. New Yoex, No#. 5.-Up to 1 o'clock the elec tron was proceeding quietly, and in the down town districts mors than half the registered . rotes wars polled at 11 a. m. In the 1st"2d, ?d. ? 4Ult'.a^?th wmrd* O'Brien (for mayor) to dote* well, Ad maay^teelev tickets are dropped. lr> the negxs ward (the 8th) O'Brien is the ravortte. I atosto roted for. Is the Greeley is ahead, being ran out of P^/ton bf*pa. la the Iflt* district O'Brien has ssatsnULawvence oat of the field, and Have meyer has no chance. In the 7th district Law rence is beating O'Brien, and Havemeyer gets I few votes, and Greelev is the favorite on the Presidential ticket In the 18th district O'Brien is ahead, and tunning on Grant and Greelev tickets. Lawrence developed great strength tii the 17th ward. Counterfeit tickets, scratch! a2 and selling ont are the order of the day. In one district (tne 17th ward) O'Brien tickets are run from Tammany boxes. Tete Is^toehester. BocsiRrn, Nov. ft?This morning at an early hour Susan B. Anthony and eight ether females went In s bod/ to the poilsln the 8th ward and presented their votes. The lnenector* received the Totes and deposited them In the ?*? wo"eB w-SS Amsy|^I^T. 5.?Fine weather prevails to day, and the TOOng Is proceeding steadily and > qu'etlv, with In lications that it will be larger j t .uii um.iI, liotb puna* are well repre-eut.tl ' a! The polls. At nc*?n each appeared sattstbHl ' with the prospect. showing at that ume that the ; rote lit pretty even. (OSSrtTHTT. The Rr^lvtrml Vtoninn Sot to be &!? !?w?! to Vote. New VoiK, No*. 5 ?A Bridgeport dispatch ? says that ;n the case of Mrs. Sarah M. F. Hunt icgfon, c:'Norwalk, yesterday the Judge of fie c . ft decidi ladveisely her mit against the rsg i-ters. to a.low her name to be placed on the lute a-elector, and declared unlawful the action of the selectmen who had previously admitted her to the franchise. The young lady. however, ap pealed to a higher court. mi our. ismm). t.'rant 3 to I lor Wreeley. Peovii-mh.k L. Not.5.?There U no e? citeu.i nt here at the polio, bat the voting <? pro gretsiug tead.lv. The demo>.r.U* are poiline a li^ht ?ote. At noon Giant was leamug Greeley tuur or tire to one* M ARMtll IMTIW. The InrKeot Kepiibliran Majority Tet Bostob, Not. 5 A large rot* Is being thrown in the city, with Indication* of a larger republi can majority than ever before. At 12 o'clock Grant's majority over Greelev In Boston was 2,562. Banks Beatei. The rote of Charlet-town at 11 o'clock ?too4 338 major ty for Gooch against Bank* for Con* crew in the Sth district. Walt ham, the home of Genera! banks, at the s*me hour, stood 44 ma jority tfor Gooch. Partial returns from the 3d and 4'h districts Indicate the election of liooper and Whiting by large majorities. Worrenter More Ikaa a tol In Favor or ttraat. Wokce?tbb. Mtm., Not. 3 A count of the ward* taken with twoor three excei?tion, at one o'clock, fires Grant 2,477, and Greeley l,l<)0. The republican will elect their representatives. MM IIAMPKIIIBF.. A Brilliant Koporier at Hreae-Ho S?js (he Deuiorrata aad Liberal* are totini; for Vreeley. Km*, N. H., Not. 5, noon The election ' here is progressing nniotly, and the indications at this bour favor a Urge rote. The libera! re* publicans and straight democrats are to ting strongly the Greeley ticket. Snilma Democrat* Going Back on Ureeley. NAPBrA, N. H., Not. 5 The election is pro ceeding quietly. Greeley if not polling a full democratic vote. Few O'Conor tickets will be cut. D< ver Doing lis Level Best. Dovkk. N- H.,Not.5 Voting in the different wards u- i.roceeding quietly. Party lines are closely drawn, and :roui appearances the voting lists will be well checked. The weather is so farorable that the invalid voters will be all brought to the polls. At eleven o'clock the rote in ward two wasGrant, 152; Greeley, 53. In ward three, Grant, ltf2: Greeley, 42. Betting I'?vorai'le to tbe Bepabli enna M ascubptbb, N. 11., Nov. 5?The election is progressing quietly, and a very full vote is being cast. Leading democrats claim that they will reduce the republican majority of last spring in this city about 100. Both sides have hoi>es of carrying the state, though betting is generally favorable to a republican victory. Portsmouth for tirant. Portsmouth, N. H., Nov. 5.?Everything is peaceable, almost dull, here. At noon the vote i>olled in the whole city was ti3?. ot which Grant had 350 and Greeley ^75. Thus far the indica tions are that the republican majority will be from 200 to 300. SOUTH CAKOI.IXL Tbe Telegrapher* Kietllag Wreeiey Like they Kleeted Herrtinan Wilsiixgtob, N. C., Nov. 5?The election is progressing verv ?juietly. with a light vote ou both sides. I'p'tu 12 o clock the vote in three wards shows gains for Greeley on the vote of ast August. In the other two wards, which have large negro majorities, there is a heavy ailing offln the vote of both parties, with indi cations of Greeley gains. ? aleiffh takes no Interest in II. Kaleioh, N. G., Nov. 5?The election is pro gressing quietly. But little interest is maui .ested bv eiiLer party. It is estimated that here will be a falling off'of U-" per cenu from the August vote in this city. AI.AKA* t. Tbe Election l>rogr?iwiag Quietly. Moht<"<mbbv, Ala., Nov. 5.?The election is progressing quietly. It will be late at night beiore any returns can be announced, as the ticket is vJry long and counting will not com mence until about fivO o'clock. MARVLWn. A Big Vote in Baltimore. Baltimore. Nov. 6.?.The election l? pro fressing quietly throughout the city. A very eavy vote is being polled. The polls opened at 6 a. m. and cloee at 6 p. m. The day is bright and tne. 1LUSOI8. A Pall Vote Being Palleil la Chieag*' Chica-o, III., Nov. &?It rained all Bight, and continues to-dar. The election is proceed ing quietly, with the prospect Of a^fuli vote, notwit jstanding the storm. OHIO. i'laeinaatl Blow. Cikctsnati, Nov. 6.?The election Is pro gressing luietlv. Up to ten o'clock the roto ap peared to be a little behind. It is raining. TF*.\BMtEE. Kot Inch Interest Takea. Mem' hip, Tenn., Nov. 8^?The election is progrea- ng very quietly, owing to rainy weath er. But little interest'is manifested, and the probabilities are tbe vote will be unusually light. KENTUCKY. A Ligbt tote Bela? Polled. IXHTIsvillk, Nov. 5 The election U passing off quietly. An unusually light vote is being polled. Both Parties <latin tbe Mate?Hew Orleans Uone Oeuioeratic by I rum ten to twelve thousand majority. New Obliaks, Nov. 5? Dispatches from Brashear City, Choooheula, Trenton, I>elta and Klrksvil'e, show, by rallies, 201 majority for Greeley and Brovtn "and the fusion state ticket. The Republican says:?"All estimate* are necessarily based upon tbe knowledge of the various parties beiore the election; but the general tecling aan to be that the republi cans have carried the city by a small majority, and the state bv at least 2o/x*o. We are satisfied that tbe republican majority, whatever it may be, will be less tl.an we had reason to exi?ect some days ago. It is |<oesible that here and there a weak candidate (and we had altogether too many su. h on our ticket) may fall so tar behiud as to fail of election, though we confidently be lieve the more prominent have been success ful." The Br* expresses the opinion that Greeley and Brown and the state fusion ticket hare carried the state by at laast 8.000 or 10,000 majority, and says the namber or votes polled in this city was between 38,000 and 40,000. The ricayaae savs: "The entire vote of the parish of >sw Orleans polled yesterday was 38,624. The Majority for the liberal demeeratlc fusion ticket is estimated at 12.000. Tho state fusion ticket Is probably elected. . .. . The Txmtt <es matee the number or rotee cast in this city at Qr^>u^ aad Brown 11 A*. The liberal state claim heavy galas in the interior, and beUera the candidates will eome to the city about er^ leaving the? a clear M^riT^lOia & Coatradlctor^ ^pedals ta itoo Greeley has carried Leaisiana by a aaJorttr ranging f rom 16,000 to 20,000. * ^ 7 A Timet special claims the state by the ?? figures for the republican*. Mv Oblbabs, No*. The opiatoa gene rally prevails that the city has gore for Greeley acd the fosionisU by from ten to twelve thous and majority. Binder*?The election paad ofi quietly. Nine hundred votes pel lad; Greeley's majority 300. The ether boxes are not yet ? r unttd, but the liberals claim 500 ua^wMy to Webster parteb. Franklin pari* has goae Ibr but enough is knorn to show that Greelev aixi the fusion ticket have about 600 majority la the parish. Bato* Boroa, No*. L-Eut Baton Roture parish ie *???? oounted. and It Is Mhmi?ii n.?? 'he liberal majority will be from 100 to SO . This psri-h II ftTt ???" U?4 re;>sMtrAB ci^ irttv 1 *i<lT?Wfc- ^>Wf b? tw hear <1 >rw m) th# iitMonlrtf IW maji?rify. fif? ' rn-Tlw pol.? ot IberiA peri-h J*e a repJb li.*ww w-ejeH*'-?? 1*4. Two bnves w? he counted ^rulabij increase U?c repuV.icaa m*J'ri jr i>rMUi'?N?j?rU} Im ihr W?l*. Sl? Olllit*. Tot nri? ? The in<!Ve t .1 ? |wi?t MTMMlr to ? a(Ir<? I)mum>4 In the *?ate tbr Greeley and the ?1V>ral? <V?v ( i.or W*rs?>i>tk lhi? HM>rnlii< La* *" do i'ot but U It f J'f ??Wt Will he ID U.? M*t?" From *wr??pe BXOI.ISH roUTK ?. I v*t on. Nov. 5. - It .? sta'-l ?T<%* ' <hu Ar thur Roet.uck. who ha* before out in parlia ment for Mh (field. wltl A,:%!n s'and a? a "An ti date roe number tor tint ci t In event of t vacancy occurring In the The election at Tiverton for wuhir .?f par iatnef rwnit*d in the i>tti'cr*< oi A m. N M *-?-?) . lb? liberal The elee'ioo **? ?' tn''y contorted. And M *???<* bad only thirty dtjocltf. S\rii>iTi?ii kb. ** ? it St. Pitiwm *??. No* .V? rue wovenim nt hw Isj-ucJ ordtrs for the reoa'.i of ??ie e*|>e ilitionaiy force which l? now marching >n Kb Ira. Tffl K*?Ai*I mvt.r; \r ? I*AElf. Nov. i.?1-e military Mua^D whubis mUii'g a prellmir ary e\am ten ot the clrctim?tai?* s attending rite " trend.-t of Met* bT Marshal Bsrawe. bal tl.at oKleer before them \e*ter.l?y, at- I evamin 1 h' i At great lengtl . fw hindr^l Aii>i iort? w.tn ?? have leen FtnnBioiifil to apt <*at r e* imiiMtWti l>efore tte corrt whirl, is tj tr the m ir*hal. ? ?.W THKt lx? IT 1* ?HI*-' llltM*. Not.I. Itl Pr.ii* an t .emmc Iiac iTMled i number of ?t w | eeri in ortet t ? secure a majority in l*s tav.ir in th ? ho isc ? , icr.ls. It Is stated that the hea~. w?M be giv snff clent tt me after the reopen-ne of the ne liet to recorsider its vote or the countr\ reto htli belore that mearute It i^> i In;, j Moo J the govurmcnt. + The H?r*e Oitlailr. M>RTH tAROllKA H V? IT. RAUtcn, N. Not. 5.?1 tie li??t-* toaU *?? ip|??ie<l at Wytn, Vabcj ?.V Co.'i m ?bl?* trornlrtg. Havwood" fine trott'ng mire T* Haywood, lx>Ater And Pometnx Are .'i>* i ? it. It i* spreading rApidlv. 1'he wli merchants And cottm tactors have ordered ? ? from the country. IKTBRFKRBMl'S W!TH rrAtRBSS 1* rlKHH VAklA. P pil adei r hi a . Not. 3.?Tlie hor?e dine (?till iuterteres with buAincw. Very lew cAr- > running, and horse* oil the ?tre*t i Ar? iy aiv ? SteAmhoAt* Are rutin'; p nn tin- l?eU?rAre tr iiAry yard to KWbmoud, i-toi<|4n( At tai poibte on the route. m A Well on rire. A TrOMAH Rt'KIIP TO DKATR N?w York, Not. 5.? Acoumit* tr<?ia Go 1 boro', N. C., AAy that daring the |??rtoratanc Koblnson's circns near there. An o! I ch?1 I worn An. while looking on frotn rhe oit-l- I into a dinued well. A WA'oiiniAn * ho r* ? the ?|*>t accidentally let fall tiie lMit?rn, ? i instantly the whole void was one shoe, oi Subsequently an employe of the etli !? :. trending, l>ronght up "the womtn, * li ? ?? exp^ed. The rescuer bimsell Is At the (>o.. ji deAtb. Ths ^srtlise*! ??tiiAilnry, | JTorojito, No?. 5.? l tie c?V .'" ha- a s|>eoiAl dispatch trcm Fort Oarry sAving: "It i* re iiorted here tliAt the boundAry line c?mi.i >?ior' bAve found the ?'anA<tian cust >m liouse At I'emUnA to be on the American si.te of ?'.?? lino which Is aat<l to run i>etween the curtotn tiou-c and tbe Hudson Bsy company's |>ort. ? ? ? ? riresl H no\ \ (lie. III. Cricaoo, Ilu, Not. 5?A ti'e At Knoveille, Hi., last m^ht, destroyed the e*t<f ?irs tuoh mAhufactory tbtre. with its < ? intent . Tho I vi is istiUiAted*At f ?.',<>|V?tnsurAnce uniciow n. ^ ? LonlMADN l.ssiN Off l-aasti e*tial *H" t?r? vt?T?o r.?re i!? timt A1 Alt YB*>TKBl<AY LMUBtt AN Ai ?' ??? *. OURS. By sjiecia! act of Conjre?<, Pr - If-itiAl <? c tors" And Representatives in Congn ? w ri chosen in liOuislAiiA yeeterd**, N m'ter 4'h, that lieing Also the day ot the *? gular -'Ate eiC3 - tion. The election tliroughout ine > >te |*a>m. 1 ofl'ijnietlv No offi 'ial retnrn> Iiav t?een re. oeived. "The rerublican# cIa m that they Are 30.UUU aheA<l In the registrAti. n. And t Aim thAt they have carried the stAU- by O, ? ?i. t he <tem. ocratic state central con.uj!tu ? ? iu the otAie by -JO.oun, tbe city by 10 to I-'.' *?. Uorernor warmoutbthinks the'stAte hi' g ins t nCri-f. ley and Brown by 15.00o ms'oritk. ???! <? tims three, and i>robably tour meiai-ori- o t^mgrese. It will |>robAhly be several da>> b lore enough is known positively to show the result. There publican majority tn this ?tate two vear? a;n ?ai 24,477. The democratic vote, however, wm very light, com pared withtL? act *1 d-ai? -iaIic strength in tbe slate. The followiug is a list ot candidates. UTATB. Dtm. & Lib. Rry. J'miHi/trorion. Governor..John McEnery. W. Put Kdlu^. Lt. Got....I>. B. Penn. " C. O. Aw j uc. Atty-Gen.H. N. Ogden. A.P Fiel4. Sec State.Sam. AraMHd. I'.?J. Desionde. Auditor ....'amee Uraliam. ChArles Clinton. Sup.of LulU>bl- M. Lusher. Win. U. Brown. COHOKE*MO*AL. Atlarge. G.A.Sheridan. P B. 8. Plnchhack. First E lauretice. J. UAie Sypker. Second ?..R. L<. Gibson. L A. She Ion. Third Egbert GanU. Cha?. A harrAll. Fourth ... F.. C- I>avidson?. S H. Prters. Fourth ....Alex. Boarmin Harry l.ot'. Fi?b .G. W.M<-Oranie. Frank M>?rey. ?? * For long terta. Kor short 11 r??. Herlsty Kmall-Talk Seal-skin still holds iU own Ac the I'A'liiMabM lur. Natrber in said to ha*e the best so. oty in ail the southern cities. One o'clock seems to be the fashionable hour lor weddings tkif season. The styles in ladies' wrap^ Are iunmte, but the liolman is the t:rfAti?'. i a. >w. Tbe most fashionable o|wra '-lo^l - aro bi4? of point lace with a lining oi some bngtitlf tainted silk. Tbe most fashionable weJd ;ig ca d n >w-a days are quite small, the envelope be lug without a monogram. The lightoolored aacqace now worn on the promenade by ladies were mteii h- J an 1 are only appropriate tbr carriage wear. Ladles' ooifftires have a strong upward ten dency, and a new style ot bonnet* have ?>ern in augurated to meet the exigenies o: tbe oooa I aton.?y. i'. Ma J. SrsA? B. Aktho* v Allowai> To Kboistrk, aid DBTBBMmKb to Votb?Yesterday lore noon Susan B. Anthony preeentedherself lo tli? registrars of the eighth ward and in-:-ted apt. l>etng registered, claiming that the H> irteenth amendment made her a voter. Atter liaMHlM Ar.u reading the amendment, she was permitted to register. In hfteet. minutes, in a w ard oi 10,000 inhabitants, the new- ??.? d:->senrnate<l amone the women, and in fifteen nv>vttr - more tlie lollowing were registered: M?s. h cjuab I* Xosier. Mrr. 21ary S. Hebard, Mts. Na . -y M. Chapman, Mrs. Jane M. Car-well, M >. Martha A. French, Mrs. Mary L. L y.len, Mrs Sunan M.Hcngh. It is supposeu that m ire w >li pre sent themselves to-day to be registered ? Ko cktiler (X. I".) fsioA, 'M. Tub Elrctior i* Nbw ioait To-pat.?To day Is being observed as a holidAV in New York city. Last evening's dispatches stated that there was the greatest interest man feete 1 as to thj course James O'Brien may take, a? i wa- gen erally conceded bow he so goe* th?- state. His adherents last night were almost ?o.id lor Grant, and If they remain llrui Grant lias the electoral vote. Thev were at the kuo titnj nearly equally soiiafor Kern an; an 1 this, it t?i said, imjKrils'the chance* of l>i*, the republi can candidate tor governor. Hit, however, ia the pool? stand* almo?t 'i tolon ICeruan. O'Brien leadsin the pools tor ma .or; llavcmeyer .s cloee up, and Lawrence away behind. Mr&ikb or a GuvsttsauiT Gtaorr im KBHTfCEr^The MAysville (Ky.) Eagle ?Ay? ; ??A report comes to MAysei'le that Richard Hutchcratt, of Bourbon county. wa? mmlered in Rowan county a few days sin ;e. He I a government gauger. and recently luade e into tbe mountains in the discharge ot hi? duties. He disappeared, and nothln/ * '. ' ' heard of him; but a buggy answer tcription of th* one Re had with h ' * in tte road without the horse *;m ? ever, that he may yet torn ur T? ???^-A lentle ^rtnffs "ed from a deer bant on MlllM amsnstki' oew* an ?l'H?lB pre valliL^ among ^ animals which threatens to wrtou^anect tr^ Qf venison 1U saye ^ frAqneutly seen in which there 5 M fate** ecaroely able to travel, and ^oinber.or d-d ^N^rM* tali) '.Z th2r??aM*- Tb? i ?*ins to ra rJL2*. . ^Rfliehorsedtseaee,which iXSw iaUi?eA-_ _ J so much w St. Paul Prtst, Oct 21. Odd Plab or Sdicidb Jaoses B. DiaMk Wtwthrop^ Core. Oonn., the other night. Hw JnmptRgTnto /fi wtLr" ^ W befor* Frawcb will pay to Germany this *to T?? HORAB DlRTtMPRR g,Tai riM , , TlrloM r5i^tof'totIiiS'W-,^,if h? ^ P^oable, J^Tbey hay# "lmant 1 Q?tHe" en ih< PeciA0