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Bos Ton, November 7*?Tbe Evomng Journal says that Crapo, Republican, is re elected to Congress in tbe First District by a large mtyority. Harris, Republican, is elected to Congress from tne Second District. Twenty four towns give Hayes 6,718, Tilden, S,836; Rice, 6.808; Adams, 3,816; Baker, 335. Nine wards in Boston give Hayes 6,893; Tilden, 7,419. Rice has a majority of 52 in these wards. Republican specials from New Hamp shire claim tbe State by 2,000 majority Boston*. November 7.?Returns as lai as received give Frothingbam, Demo crat, for Congress in tbe 5th district, : majority of 1,003 over Gon. Banks ant the letter's defeat is claimed. Leopolc Morse, Democrat, is probably elected t< Congress in the 4th district by a smal majority. Tbe election of Clailin in tb< 8th Congressional district, Harris, Ra publican, in the second district and Lor ing, Republican, in tbe 6lh district ii claimed by Travelers. Boston, November 7.?In 96 towns o Massachusetts Hayes bus 36,230, Tildei 21,958. Rice 32,764, Adams 21,153, Ba ker 8,962. The returns so far as re oeived, according to Republican esti mate, indicate tne election of Governo Rice by a good majority, the electioi Of Banks, Republican, in tbo Fifth Con gressional district; Butler, Republican in the Seventh district; Crapo, Republi can, in the First; Harris, Republican, n the Eigth; Norcross, Republican, in tb Tenth. The other Congreesional I)is tncts are doubtful, and the above result wnatr Ka aliurnr.ni hv later returns. ""J J Boston, November 7.?Returns indi cate a very heavy vote. 123 towns giv Hayes 41 44'.'. Tilden 31.601, Rice 47.3UJ Adams 30 379, Raker 4.573. Butler ii the First district, Banks Fifth, Cisllii Eighth, Crago Tenth, Robinson Eleveutli Rice Ninth and Corncroes Tenth, Repub licans, are elected to (Jongress. llarri intheoecond and Loring in the Sixth Republicans, are probably elected. Doai in the Third and Morse in the Fourth Democrats, are probably elected. Tin Sresent Congressional delegation stands epublicans 5. Democrats 6. The Re publicans gain four Congressmen and i the vote continues at the same ratio th< Republicans will carry the state fo Hayes by 50,000, plurality. Boston, November 7.?One hundrei and sixty-three towns and cities gitHayes GO,804, Tilden 43,438; Rice 61, 633, Adams 41,061, Baker 5,831. Fol lowing is the vote of Boston, all but on ward: Hayes, 10,138, Tilden 22,306 Rice 10,073, Adams 21,575, Baker 1.13C Boston?197 towns give Hayes 65,518 Tilden 70,644; Rice 88.804; Adams 70, 003; Baker 8U8>. Four counties complet give 61 Republican und 10 Democrat! members of the legislature. All but thre towns in the Fifth district give Bank 9,741, and Frothi-:ghaui 0,165. Othe towns will increase the majority abou 2O0. The Third district elects Dean Democrat, by 43 plurality. Morse, Dem ocrat, is a)> ? elected in the Fourth dis trict. Butler, in the Seventh di-tric! has about 3,000 plurality over Tarbo: and Hoar. Boston?The Legislature stands 16 Republicans, 48 Democrats, 1 Prohibi tionist, with 25 districts, which sem 27 Republicans, to hear from. Tb itest estimates give Hayes 35.000 pku r iliiy. ILLlNolN. ? Chicago, .November 7.?The weathe haa been threatening up to this hour three v. m., out repc rts from all parts a the city indicate that the polls an crowded iu every precinct, and that tin election is proceeding quietly, bu earnestly. It is said at Kepublicai h ladquarters that the Republicans will without doubt, elect Aldrich and Davii from the First and Second Congress on a Districts, and probably Brentano in th< Third, though many Germans an scratching his name. The Democrat claim all three ol their nominees, Hoxic Harrison and Lemerine, will I elected Cairo, 111., November 7- ilden" luajoritv here is 50. a Democrat.. r'aiu o 230. Cuicauo, November 7.? It -turns av been received from 15 townships in low showing heavy Republican majorities also from 20 townships in Illinois showing generally Republican majorities. Tic vote for Cooper in some of tho interio counties is nearly equal to that for Tilden Cm n.ago?1'artial returns from 11 counties in lows show Republican gairn of 714. and Democratic gains of 52, a nc Republican gain of 003. Chicago?Returns from 20 towns ir Illinois gives Hayes 4.339; Tilden 3,484 Cooper 84. a Republican gain over thi vole for Governor in 1872 of 1,234, am. a net gain of 1.328, being a net Demo cratic gain of 94. CHICAGO, .>ovemoer i, n r. mPartial returns from 5 towns in 36 eoun ties in Iowa, give Republican gains o 2,119 and a Democratic gain of 149, show ing a net Republican gain of 1,970 ovei the vote of 1875 for Governor. Chicago, November 7. ? Eighty-twi townships in the Statu givo IIaye 23,081; Tilden, 18,501; Cooper 321. No Democratic gain, 897. Chicago?Eleven precincts in thecitj and 89 towns in the inttrior of the stab give Hayes 18,290, Tiiden 10,397, asuial Democratic gain over 1872, when tht slate went Republican by over 5,?XK) There is no doubt now of a large Iiepub liean majority in the state. Chicago, 11:20 M. ? Partial return troiu wards in this city indicate that Til den has a small majority. Brenton German Republican candidate for Con grcss in the 3d district, is deleated bi Hemoyne. The German wards go lor tin latter. Rich in the 1st and Adams ir the 2d di.-tncts arc probably elected. Thi State is probably Republican by 20,010 It looks as if I.atbrop was elected ir the 4th district in spite of the bolt o Hurl but. Iowa has gone Republican by 45,0(K and elected all the ryembersof Congress 1'kokia?Nine townships and ward: iji Peoria county givo Wilson, Democrat 980 for Congress. At the same ratio th< county will give over i,ouu majority The returns lor the present arc light, bill indic&to a majority for Tilden. (Jhicaoo?Returns from 30 precincts representing 17 wards, give Hayes, 8,840; Tilden, 16.750. The Democrats claim that Tilden will go out of Cooke county with nearly 10,000 majority. WISCUNNIN. Milwaikkk. November 7.?The re. turns from Wisconsin are compared with the election for Governor in 1875, wber Ludington. Republican, was elected by 790 majority. He ran considerably ahead of bis ticket in Milwaukee county Mii.waukk*.?98 townships and ward! give Tilden 12 majority, a Democratic gain of 904. This does kot include any returns from the city of Milwaukee where there are indications of a large Republican gain. Milwaukck, November 7.?Returns from 60 towns and wards in this state gives Hayes a majority of 1.300. a liepublican gain of 947. Milwai kek?Thirteen wards of Milwaukee and one town give Tilden 1,200 majority. The Democratic majority in the county will not exceed 2 500. 154 town and wards not included in the above give Haves 1,060 majority, a Democratic gain of 910. Milwalkkk? Returns from Milwaukee county, complete with the exception ol one town, gives Tilden 1,787 majority, a Democratic gain of 618 over the vote tor governor list year T rr?-nr? 6KOBUU. Satah, November 7.--Chatham county gives Hartndge, for Congress, over ttOO majority. Tilden's majority is 800. Seven hundred negroes voted the t straight Democratic ticket. Everything i pa?9ed ofl quietly. AuotrsTA. Ga, November 7.?The re- j ' turns seem to indicate the election of an ' unbroken Democratic delegation to Con - j 11 Kress. There ha* been a large vote i polled in Georgia. Every county in ' | the Eighth district has gone Democratic. ! i Richmond county gives over 8,000 Demr ocratic majority. ' | Returns from South Carolina and ! 1 Florida come in slowly The Democrats i 1 claim South Carolina by 4,000 majority. 1 1 Barnwell, Aiken, Edgefield and Abe' ville counties heretofore Republican, are 1 claimed by the Democrats. 3 . Coli mbl's?Muscego ounty gives | " 1.400 majority tor Tilden and Harris, j Democi&t fer Congress. This district 3 : goes Democratic by a heavy majority. j f j Atlanta, Ga.?This State gives a , i majority for Tilden of from 60,000 to i 1 l 00,000. The Congressional ticket is ro- i elected throughout the State. Augusta, G.\., 12:20 a. m.?The Ror i publicans claim South Carolina by 15,000 j , ' majority. The Democrats claim that re. turns enough have been received to in- ' ; sure the election of Evans and Aiken, ' IVnnpAu in nlape of Wal . 1/OU.^l.B,, b. r j lace and Carpenter, Kepubl cans. o; Augusta, Ga.?A special to the - Chronicle and Sentinel, dated Columbia, s , 11 r. M., -SjS ti.a; Hampton is 10,000 ahead in the 15 counties heard trom, but [. | the Republican strongholds of Beaufort, ,? | Georgetown, Colleton and Charleston ^ ; county will reduce this majority consid? erably. Hampton is confident of success 0 by a 9tnall majority. By the direction of , two United States Deputy Marshal, the 1 polU were taken possession of by the t troops. There was no disturbance, aud , only citizens challenged voters. I, MICHIGAN. a it DkiroIT, Jlovember 7.?Thirty-two . townships give Hayes a net majority ot i I 831, a Democratic gain of 1,6110 as come . pared with the vote of 1872. The same r : towns gave Croswell, Republican, for | Governor, a net majority of 463. 1 ; Dktroit.?IK precincts of this city e j show a net Democratic majority of 1,017; ! Democratic gain about 1,500. Returns | trom 57 townships give Hayes a net mae | jority of 2,164; net Democratic gain J j 2,612, as compared with 1872. The same ?. j towns give Cress well, Republican, for j Governor, a net majority of 348. . | Dktroit?11 p. m.?Returns from 78 | 0 I townships and precincts gives Hayes a net J c ! Republican majority of 2.8611, a Demoe | cratic gain of 3,652 as compared with g | the vote of 1872, The same towns give r I the Republican governor a net majority t of 809. 1 Dktroit?Returns from 105 town. ships give Hayes a net Republican ma,. jontv ot 3 085; Democratic gain 4,902. as y compared with the vote of 1872. The x same towns give Cresswell, Republican, tor Governor, a majority of 1,208. ^ Dktroit?Returns Irom 185 townships I and voting precincts .-now h nev ivepuuj lican majority of G,44.S, a Democratic gain of 7.452. As compared with the vote of 1872. the same places gave Creswell, Republican lor governor, a net majority of 5,226. NI.VNENOTA. r St. Paul, November 7.?Nearly the j complete returns gives the Democracy g 1,200 forTilden and -.! at the same for g McNair for Congress Scattering but I very few. The complete returns from j all parts of the State indicate the election of all three Republican Congressmen. Strait's Republican maj ritv in the 2d j district will be small, but his election is a conceded by the Democrats. Eleven g precincts ot Minneapolis give Hayes < 3,301; Tilden, 2703; Stewart, Republican Congressman, 2,409; McNair, Democrat, 2,575. s St. Paul.?Returns received up to 9 t o'clock indicate a full vote and a heavy | Republican majority on the general 0 ticket. Dunnell, Republican in the 1st g Congressional district will be elected, . Stewart, Republican in the 3d and pro. babiy Strait, Republican in, the 8th dis- j B trict. r St. Pai l ? Thofull vote of Ramsey I county, except one precinct, gives Tilden , a majority of 1,349. The same paces in 1 1872 gave a Democratic majority > 34. ^ Hastings, Dakota county, ltayes. 427; Tilden, 427. m ^ HINSOIJKI. ? St. Louis, November 7.?The returns I ' so far are very scattering and indi- j ' cate hut little. Ten precints give TilI den, 2,118; Hayes, 1,335. Six precincts - ' give Phelps, Democrat, for Governor - 1,005; Finkleburg, 7?2. There are no reI turns from the interior. Tkkntos, November 7.?Grundy r county gives 000 majority for the State and county ticket. Pullards majority j over Debolt, Democrat, for Congress in s 10th district is estimated at from 1,000 to I 1,500. 11 akxii;al, Mo., November 7.?Kstir mates of a Democratic majority in * Marion county of 500 to 700 The vote 1 in the city is the closest and heaviest ) over cast bore. It is impossible to give i. any correct eount before morning. - ? m m ? NO It III C AROLINA. p Kalkioii. November 7.?Raleigh city * and county give a Democratic gain of < 100. All points in the state heard from " give Democratic gains. Mecklenburg county, the borne of Vance, gives a Dem3 ocratic gain of <100. 1 Wilminuton-?Returns thus far ro9 ceived show almost universal Democratic gains. Wilson county gives a Demo1 cratic gain ot 400. The indications all f favor a decided Democratic majority in the State. Tho Republicans claim the ' State by a small mojority, but admit that it will be very close. The Democrats ; claim the State by 5.000 to lO.iHHJ. , The Star estimates the Democratic ma> jority in the State at from 4.500 to 0.000, Ralki3H?Heavy Democratic gains are reported from ali quarters from which rcturn;< have been received. There , is no longer any doubt that the Demo; crats have carried the state. Republicans i concede it. ^ ^ - ? KEKTTCKY. Lexington*. November 7.?The official vote of this city gives Tilden, 1,579; Hayes 2,172; a Democratic gain of 454 on i the vote of 1872. Blackburn. Democrat i for Congress, 1,584; Shackelford,Republican, 1,895. Locisvillk ?The total vote of the I city ot Louisville is 17.321, of which . Hayes has 5, 58, and Tilden 121,330; , Democratic gain 3,500. The state has t probably gone Democratic by over I 30,000. The Democrats elect CongressJ j men in every district, they being as fol| Ioms: First district, Andrew J3o<<ne; Sec, 1 ond. James McKenzio; Third, J. A. , | Caldwell; Fourth, J. Proctor Knott; Fifth, A. S. Wells; Sixth. John G. Carj lisle; Seventh. J. C. S. Blackburn; Eighth, M.J. Durham; N inth, Thomas ! Turner; Tenth, John W. Clarke. Locisvillk, November 7.?Private news from all over Mississippi from su- ' perintondents to Mr. Yaniiorn Dix, superintendent of the Western l?ion Tel, egraph Company, reports the election of | five, and perhaps more, Congressmen, and savs the state is Democratic by over j j 80,000.* ! Tilden's majarity in Kentucky is es- l 1 ' timattd at over 60,000. HE WHEELING I)i new hampshire. Com cojld, November 7.?Seventv towns end oities give Hayes 12,234, Tilden 11,871. In 1872 the came places gave Grant 10,976, Greeley 9,684. Republican net loss in these places 8,682. Concord, November 7.-86 towns and cities give Hayes o 944, Tilden 6,172. In 1872 the same places gave Grant 6,814, Greeley 4,336; Republican net loss 8. Concord, November 7.?The incoming fteturns continue very favorable for the Republicans. The excitement is inteace The ex-Governor predicts that Hayes and Wheeler will carry New Hampshire by a majority of 2,600. One hundred and live towns and cities gives Hayes 19,625, and Tilden 17.386, scattering 664. In 1872 the same places gave Grant 17,366; Groelev 14 675; scattering 150, a Republican net loss in these places of 366. Concord.?140 towns and cities give Hayes, 30,368; Tilden, 26,785; scattering, 69. In 1872 the same places gave Grant 26,951; Greeley, 21,863; scattering 222, a Republican net loss in these places 1,362. Concord.?The state is Republican by about 3.0C0. ^ m - VI RUIN I A. Norfolk., November 7.?The election was veiy quiet. The majority in this city for Tiiden is 958. Tho majority for Goode, Democrat lor Congress, 905, a Democratic ii crease of 674. Elizabeth county gives 830 Republican majority, a Republican increase of 200. Richmond, Va., November 7.?Tilden's majority in Richmond will be 1,000. Returns from surrounding counties show Democratic gains over the vote ol 1874. The only close contests for Congress are in the Second and Fourth districts. The remaining seven districts will elect Democratic Congressmen. The few returns teceived Irom the Second district show that Goode, Democrat, is gaining over the vote of 1874. HANNAH. Topkka, November 7.?Hayes* majority in this county is about 120. Anthony, Republican candidate for Governor, 1,000 majority. The Republicans also elect members of the Legislature and State Senators. Lawrknck, Kas.?No city or county returns as yet complete. There are indications, however, of sweeping Republican victories in every county for the State and national tickets. Haskell, Republican candidate for Congress in the Second District, gives splendid majorities. A full vote was polled and all quiet. Lsavknwortm.?The First ward, in this city, gives Hayes 065; Tiiden 278; Martin, Democrat, tor Governor, 308; Anthony, Republican, 261; Fenlon, Democrat, for Congress, 319; l'hillips, Republican, 300. Tbe Fourth ward R1V0S iliaen 10< majority; ;uarnu i.n> majority; Fenlon 254 majority. Atchinbon?This city, complete, gives Hayes, 250 majority. Phillips ior Congress, 179 maj<vity. Tho Republicans also elect state senators and representatives. m ^ ? KHODF. ISLAND. Thovidkncb, November 7.?Partial returns fram all parts of the state show that Hayes will have Iroin 5,U0U to 0,000 majority. Earnes and iiallou, Republican Congressmen, are both elected. t'OLOKA DO, Dknvkk, November 7.?Herman Reckwitz, W. H. Hadley and Otto Moars were to-day elected by the Colorado Legislature to cast the vote ot Colorado tor Hayes and Wheeler. Cftrrilnul AiiIoik'III'h Doiilh. Nbav Y?rk, November 7.?A special dispatch from Rome relating the circumstance attending the death ot Cardinal Antonelli, says his death was peaceful. About his bedside was gathered his relations and many of his colleagues in the College of Cardinals. His last moments were comforted by the Apostolic benediction and other religious rites. Tho Cardinal was seized Sundav with a sudden uttack of gout in the chest while in the presence of His Holiness giving an account of the sums received from the Spanish Pilgrims. The Pope was grearly affected by the suddenness < 1 his illustrious servant's prostration. His eminence was, by the direction of tho Pope carried to an adjoining apartment. The Pope sent lor his own physician, who at onco declare-; all hope gone. The sacred emblems were then partaken of by the dying cardinal ana uit* ropureun-u iwrnuti time to another part of the palace. His Holiness, however, ugain visited the sufferer and remained at his suie sometime, giving his benediction before retiring. Long after midnight Cardinal Antonelli sent the prelate to the Pope asking for pardon lor all involuntary offences. He lingered along, at times suffering intense agony, until daylight, then the vital energies seemed wholly exhausted and at 7 o'clock the cardinal was dead. In the cates the cardinal's death is tho universal theme and expressions of grief and regret are universal. The sudden prostration of the Cardinal creates great consternation in the Vatican. The Cardinal's property and personal effects are bequeathed to his kindred. His large and valuable cabinet of bric-a brae paintings, an i cut and uncut precious stones are left to the museum of the Vatican. Kntlroiiil ItrUIgs l>aiii?KC?l. Chicago, November 7.?The foundation of one of the piers of the railroad bridge over the Mississippi at Louisiana, lias been damaged by the action of the current, rendering the bridge temporarily impossible. One pier and two of the shortest spans will have to be rebuilt at a cost of from $30,000 to $40,000. The work of rebuilding will commence immediately. Arrangement have been made to avoid interruption to the traffic of the road by crossing on the bridge at Hannibal. UASIIlAStltsI f A Vt'kio II Chicago, November 7.?A committee of twelve citizens yesterday presented a petition ot 800 business men in Chicago asking Judge McAllister to resign on account of his conduct in the recent Sulli van-Hanford murder trial. After the chairman had made his address and presented it, the Judge remarked: "Leave it with the clerks; it is a matter to go on file; I have nothing to say," and dismissed the mattor. It is not expected here that he will comply with the request. Arrested for Illegal Voting. Syracusk, Nov. 7.?A large number of arrests were made in this city for illegal voting. Among those arrested for bribing voters was Michael Aver I'. S. Marshal. ?-? m ^ ??? How many children die from Croup, Diptheria. &c. This new principle, Dr. J. H. McLean's Cough and Lung Healing Globules, will cure Croup and Throat diseases, Consumption, Coughing, Hoarseness. Trial Boxes 25 cents, by mail. Dr. J. H. McLean's office, 314 (Jncstnut St. St. Louis. Rnaata Making More Trouble. London, November 7. ? A Times special from Vienna says that Russia is raising further difficulties in regard to the line of demarcation. She now proposes an arrangement by which the Turks would be compelled to quit the Valley el Alovara ILY REGISTER, W ? 2. ? ? k a c w a s ajj Z m m 90 2 5** t v w 0 5 ^ 9 * J ? a . I i aS?SBXa? v a h x k d ?i ? 6 g a S J g S^agbC-jS SrS?*ll? s?cfi^-a2 ? * a g . a g a i J a o " n 0 ? f * ? I* M 2 g 2 2 * J 8 a * 2 a o h <r w a k a 3 S * , a B 5 s > 4 " > 5 5 f a : i ? 5 5 " - Z 8 S - * fi 2 s 2 5 i: 1 ? 2 1 S I u 2 2 <a * 8 ^ i s | ? g * 5 5 ^ H ^ ? v - ? 3 0 2 A S - = " S ! s s i uovti Wheeling Ifrgistcr, WEU.\CNI)AT, NOVEMBER 8. 1871 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE Index lo New Advertisement*. Furniture?Friend & Son. Wells' CarbolicTablers. Great Bankrupt Sale. Cards?Meilenville Card Co. * Thousands of Families. Beady for Agents. Mason & Hamlin Organs. Otf'al?List, Davenport & Farks. Wil'ow Chairs?G. Mendel. Booth Co. Twenty-Five Fancy Cards. Bupturo Cured. Agents Wanted. Mew Meats and Lard?List, Davei port ?& Parks. Buckwheat Flour?List, Davenport Parks. Seasonable Goods?List, Davenport Parks. Night School Scholars?Stanton Davenport Hamilton Opera House [local page]. Twenty Five Dollars Reward [loc page] ? ^ ^ 8-10,000 \vorll? ol ( lothniK iihihI 1 Mold, regardle*a ol roat. to quit bit* | ue?w. tlOI.lt 1IKON., 1107 Main Ntreel. What's the news? Matinkk to-day. ? m ^ Kkd capos n. g. now. Aktkr midnight the cocks began 1 crow. Thk Board of Commissioners mee on the 20th inst. Circuit Court convenes again th morning. What a pity tho country is ruled t ( "little boys." m ^ ? ? How a ROUT "the sublimity ot the j mission,'' Rev. Chickens five cents a dozen?buy Keoistkr. "London Assurance."?Special li dies' matinee this afternoon. Over $6,000 was put up In Chri Seibke's hands on the election. Thk raw, damp weather is not coi ducive to pleasure at husking corn. ? ? 9 - ? Two ukkkormA nek8 at the Opei House to-day, afternoon and evening. ^ ? ? Now that wo aro done with politii tor awhile let us give business a chanc ^ ^ 'Who says dem fellah's a howlii mob," remarked a sable-hued moke la night. Wanted?A postmaster at Bridgi port, Ohio. Enquire at Hollowav block. ?^ ? Mb Intelliyeneer, who made the mo: uf the abuse that has been heaped on thi "howiing mob,' m - ? Tuosk "little boys," those "howhn mob," those "Communistic rabble" wei all jubilant last night. In this community the potato crop light, but this is partially compensate j for by the splendid apple crop. The case of James Roberts, for aesau j and battery, comes up before Justic j O'Keefe at 10 o'clock this morning. A hki was made yesterday that W? Virginia would give five thousand moi j majority for Tilden than Ohio for Haye A litti.k girl vras heard to reinar | yesterday: ''It's a Dargon shame tht 1 1 cau t go to the Opera House to-night. - ? A NUMiiKBof the saloons opened up i ! full blast last night, at twelve o'clocl ; for the benefit of the excited populace. ^ TnK Star of the West made an excui j sion for the Dargon entertainment fror i Bellaire. la*t night. Many a man s head will remind hii this morning that it is fortunate tht election day comes no oftener than one in four years. Thirk were quite a number of Be mont county gentlemen eased of the; superfluous wealth on the result of th | election. A warrant was issued by Squir Caldwell, yesterday, for the arrest of fiooro namoH I'hui frtr ilium ! ? ?-6. voting. ^ ? arp'ixtmkkt.? Ex-policeman (*e< B.rch has been appointed a? special s Hamilton's Opera House, by Mayo Sweeney. There is now a prospect tba the crowd of loafers about that corne will be routed. Fish Hooks.?The gable end of th average moke was adorned yesterda; [ with a fish hook. The object in tbu adorning our colored brothers with thee instruments of "torture was to preven repeating. A moke, voting at one poll was accommodated with a fish hook ii the tail of his coat, that he might be de ; tected at other polls. The ruse was i complete success, hence the cue befon i Squire Caldwell yesterday EDNESDAY MORNIN Fall Stalm.?Hats and Caps, wholesale and retail, at Dinger's, No. 1047 Main atreet. Aftxk a Fast Horse.?A few days since a young gentleman from the rural precincts came into the city for the purpose of purchasing a fast horse, one that could go at a two-forty gait, and not eji ert himself to any great extent, as he expressed it The gentleman traveled over a greatei portion of the city, but could find no animal to suit his tastes; but finally wandering in the direction of , the market house, an animal whose style j and gait pleased our friend greatly, was found, and be purchased the quadruped > tor a round sum, and "set 'em up" fcr the parties present on the strength of the purchase. In (act the social glass passed round several times, and numerous were the "set uj s" that followed, the ice once having been broken. All things of an earthly nature, however, | must have a finale, and in the course of I time our quondam friend from the suburbs I started for home astride of his newly* ! made purchase, making good headway l* i till he arrived at the corner of Seventh - | and Market streets. Here he was over" | come by a sudden rush of blood to the j head, and tumbled from his horse, atieoI tionateley mbracing mother earth. A numDer 01 persons witnessing mo fall, hastened to his assistance but the man being uninjured, he was assisted to remount the animal, and again resumed his journey homeward. Arriving at the toll gate a1 tho top of the hill, the refractory animal ^ again threw its rider, who lodged in the gutter on the side of the road, and the horse returned to town. At last aecounts tho horse was in possession of the first owner, and tho lover of fast horse& tlesh had not put in an appearance to ^ claim the animal. Monky Lost.?Last night at eleven o'clock the money in the hands of Chris. Seibke, as stake holder, put up at the Tidal Wave pool rooms, or. Market street, looted up $0,700 af follows: ** Throe bets of $400 a side each that Tilden would receive a larger majority in New York than Hayes in Ohio. Two bets on same, of $100 aside each. One bet on same of $20 a side. Four bets of $200 a side each that Tilden would be the next President. One bet on same of $20 a side. One bet on same of $1,000 a side. One bet that New York would give Tilden her electoral vote, of $20 to $20. ts One bet that Ohio would give Hayes 15,000 majority, $20 to $20. From this some idea can be formed of 19 the extent that betting has been going on in this city, this being only one place iv where money has been put up. The indications are that the Democrats Exercised the best judgement throughout, and ir will sport for somo time on ihtdical money. ? - s Tiik Excursionists.?The Baltimore and Ohio depot was crowded yesterday morning, with little folks, tho occasion being the departure, for the Centennial, ol the school excursion train, bee. tween three and four hundred scholars and teachers and parents embarking on the train, and many more being present to see the happy party safely started on their journey. The children were wild .tt | with delight, and the older people looked 1 as though they were young once more. Capt. Deveries accompanied the party, "s and under his management an enjoyable o. time is sure to bo had. The party will return on Saturday. st Pkrsonai.ia.?Mr. Dennis Meghen, of Booth's boat store, left lor the Centcnnial yesterday. , Kev. lleinreitz, pastor of St. Paul's s ' Lutheran church, left for a visit to Philadelphia yesterday, st The Hon. A. Brooks Fleming, of Fairit rnqtit, is at the St. James. Secretary of otatc Hedrick loft fur ^ (Jjkrleaton yesterday. He will be gone about one month, during which time Mr. "Will Hedrick will officiate in the Secretary ol State's office. 18 Mr. John Boring, notwithstanding his ** severe illness, visited the polls yesterday. Mr. J. M. Lashley and daughter de.. narted for! the Centennial vesterdav H r * ^ ^ ^ >e ChalLKNQKI).? Mr. Wm. Bamberger was challenged at the Clay district polls . yesterday by Jas. Wardeu, who was indeed very anxious to know how long Bamberger had been a resident of this county. That gentleman responded and k said that he had lived herealfut twentyit 6ix years. This did not oatisfy Mr '' W arden, who inquired as to the age ?f the challenged party. Well, said the gentleman, I'm tvcentytix years of age. s This settled it, and a vote for Mr. Tilden was duly recorded. Ckxtknniai.wakds. ? The following n was received at the office ol the Western | Union line yesterday evening, by Mr. n j Morg&n, manager: i "C/umrkklahd, Ml>. Nov. 7. 'e John Morgan, Jr., Wheeling: The schooi excursion train ol over 300 has arrived sa'ely. We are receiving constant benefit from tne gentlemanly if attention and efficient management of ie ; Captain R. T. I>evries ar.U B. F. Bond, who acecompained u.?. ["Signed] J??hn C. Hervey." e Blukfiho?All the bets in this city * that are put up, are those giving odds in d favor of Hayes. The Democrats blutl in the Re^jisttr. but when asked to see the color of their money they "crawl."? )# ! Intelligenrer. lt There has been no attempt at blufi in r | the columns of this paper, but merely I the list of a number of bets made, and T the name of the stake holders given, who will testify to the truthtulness of our ; statements. Can the InUllujetfer say as 6 | much for its wild assertions? s Police Cockt.?The following cases e were disposed of before the police court, t Judge Cranmer, yesterday: JohnUNeil, , drunk, fined two dollars and costs; execui tion suspended. Wm. Robinson, drunk. - fined two dollars and costs. Wm. Kobins son, for carrying slungshot. fined ten 9 dollars and costs, committed for thirty .1, G, NOVEMBER 8, 1876 HDNTED DOWN. , 1 Arrest or l>lul( Cray, (be re male ' Barglar, by Officer Carroll?Kate BlTtlf Alleged to be Implicated In the RobberyHow Hhe waaCaptared. jt , p, cr Lizzie Gray, the girl who burglarized the dwelling of Mr. James Holiday, 2*244 g) Eot! street, Centre Wheeling, on Satur- ^ day last, during the absence ot the fami. ^ ly from home, has been hunted down ^ i through the vigilance ol officer Orville ' Carroll, of the police force, and , ^ now languishes in durance vile. r. I Mr. Carroll's first intimation of tbe o whereabouts of the giri was that she ^ had left the city and bad gone up the v river. He at once started on the trail, ^ and visited ail the neighboring towns i between here and Steubenville. At ? I o Burlington he obtained the first trace of ^ I the daring and dashing female who bad s J successfully gone through a bouse lrom ^ ' top to bottom and got away with all y available valuables. She had been at I Burlington, the day previous to his arrival, but a search of the place revealed j " no additional facts, and he was compelled j ^ to ieave the place with but little prospect j ^ of success in overtaking the fugitive. I ; t At Martin's Ferry he again learned that I ^ the object of his search had been seen on the streets, but had gone, no one j t , knew whither. ^Etnaville whs visited, with a like result, but the officer was not p | to be discouraged, and faithfully kept on H 1 the trail, following the girl to Bridge- j j port, where, after dilligent inquiry, he ^ 1 ascertained that a bundle of clothes had , I been left by a person "answering e ; the description of Lizzie Gray. The : c clothes were examined, and found to c correspond with the articles stolen. With j ? thi* additional incentive to 6pur him on ' r to action, be ransacked tho place, and an T effective search revealed the fact that the j fair but frail Lizzie bad taken up her M residence at the home of a Mr. Still well, j back on the hill between Bridgeport and ? I -Ktnaville. Mr.Carroll at once repaired ? j to the office of Squire McDonald, who en- 0 i dorsed the warrant issued for her arrest I by Squire Kammer, and furnished an | officer to go with him toStillwell's house, ! whero they found tho unfortunate girl, I f ' who was taken charge of by the officer ? j from Wheeling, while his companion I ? searched tho premises. In the building ! r I were found a greater portion of the stolen ? 1 articles, which, alone with the girl, were o brought bark to West Virginia. On her | 8 arrival bore, sho was immediately taken H before Squire Kansmer, who held her to b answer at the Circuit Court in the sum * | of $1,000, and being unable to givo bail, t she was committed to jail. At the pre- 8 I liminary examination, the girl did not 1 i appear in the loast disconcerted ' by her arrest, or in the least v penitent for her crime, but with ' ( stoic indifference related the manner in ' which the robbery was committed. She t claims that a girl named Kate Hively h did tho stealing, and that the stolen ? j goods were given to her by Kate, for " I whom a warrant lias been issued. The h girl further stated that they effected an | t entrance to the house through a back u window, and made their exit through the kitchen door. The matter will be thoroughly ventilated when the case ^ comes up for trial in the Circuit Court. v ? .ftMUi.ANT ?The Democracy were d juhilui t ia-t night, and were parading e the streets with a band and flaring o torche=. composing one of the finest, not t to say the handsomest, band of "com- r munisti.* rabble." "howling mob." Ac., t as our Hepubbcan friends are wont to g call us, that we have yet seen on the h publir thoroughfares of the city of Wheel- p irig. Indeed, 'twas a sight that made t one feel proud, to say the least, and one o which wo venture will make the auburn a locks of our youthful Fourteenth street | d contemporary stand on end when "e'er ] g he thinks on't." We thank them for the 1 tl serenade tendered this office, a?d con- | g j gratulate them in consequence of the h I "new departure" which the noble men of ^ ' tho hi n I r v have this dav suhipcted US tl I'ickimi kkt*.?At the club room last 8 j night, Mr. J. A. Miller was relieved of a I gold watch valued at $140, and a Mr. t Clevis h&djhi* pocket picked of hit pocket- , book. The amount it contained we could ( not'learn. Both jobs were evidently 1 8 j done t'\ expert pickpockets. a? no arna- 8 teur could possibly have done the work, j 11 Wliout SkiKMian.?Yesterday afternoon Frank I'hipps and Wm. lieffin* ^ baud. engaged in a set-to near the cor, V 1 ner of Main and Seventh streets. The cause of the ijuarrei was some ruieunderstanding between the parties about a ' fi bet. Both men were arrested by Officer ^ Bu*ard' Fred, said a young inan, walking j up Main street, yesterday alternoon je ' listen in cr to hi* wonderful story, ' do you [ know why you are like a harp struck by t I lightning?" -'No," savs Fred; ' I give tl i up." "B" cause a harp struck by lightning is a hlasted lyre.'' Brokk Down.?One of McConna- t haghy s wagons broke down at the Island end of the wooden bridge yesterday. The wagon was loaded with coal j ] from MeConnahaghy's bank at Bridge, port. a Albert STr?pr'< express wagon dropped a wheel on Market street yea. b terday morning. Contact with the * street railway track bad something to do ^ with it. Politics had a firm hold on oor crtizeDs yesterday, and did not let go ita grasp until the wee ?:na hours this morning. The announcement yesterday evening that James Gordon Bennett had wagered G $25,000 on tbe election of Hayea, restored confidence to the Republicans lor a while. _ ? cl A oaraxtii given to every buyer : "W that 25 per cent can be saved by buying gi your clothing at J. Fox & Co. s closing out saia, No. s? Twelfth street THE ELECTION >? J. rsi rtrylklsMr 11mm ?" and io Bold Parties CoaMcit. J. Throughout the day yesterday the reets in trout of the different voting &a ecincts in the city were somewhat #s owded, and small groups of rnao ot V) ecuiative minds were noticeable on all dee discussing the probabilities and ieping a sharp lookout lor a snap in the j* ay ot bets, tut slraoge as it may seem, A lere was little or no excitement of cou- N iquence manifested, and the voting ss?ed otf quietly, no disturbances being j sported at any of the precincts in the w junty. During the day, men were | usily engaged in challenging the I Otea of all persons having a >reign air about them, and a (J reatmany were refused the privilege f depositing ballots, not being prepared ) prove their eligibility as voters, imong those who were successfully , hallenged were numerous negroes, ^ fhose ignorance in not being prepared ci nth a good story was the cause ef their - election in most instances. Late last veaing we were informed that several d warrants had been issued for certain J* iarties for alleged illegal voting, and bat step are being made to bring to lunishmont all such offenders. At ^ undown, the time lor closing the polls, jj lie votes wore about all polled, ,nd there is but little differnce in the county with the vote ( t the State election and yesterday, jast night the scene was aoinewhat dif- ( erent from that which was enacted dur- c ng the day, and the streets wort crowd* d till early this morning, a surging eea d humanity being noticeable at the ^ lub rooms, in front of the newspaper ) ind telegraph offices, und other places eceiving news, anxiously awaiting eturns favorable to tneir tavonte candilates, and evidencing their satisfaction, >s such wa? received, with hearty cheers. Vltogelher, the ulectiou was as quiet a i one as has taken place here lor years, jid the utmost of gotd l ieiing prevails m all sides. - ^ m Thk Or kb a Hot'sa?Augtuta Dar;/<in. t ?This talented lady gave her second lorformanco at tlie Opera House last d veiling, and was greeted with a large udienee and rounds ot applause. In her endition of "Deborah'' .Miss Dargon ,lded trach laurels to her brow, and at i nee won her way to the hearts ot her .udienee. In tho curse scene, in the fourth * et she was truly grand, and conilineil the pathetic with the denuncia* ' ory in a manner that at almost one and he same moment eurroa me speciauir 10 i ympalhy with her woob and horror at ho revengeful intensity of her feelings, ? mt id the closing act, whore the Jewess vrongs are bitterly e\piated and he- * ove for Joseph returns invoked by h t I nterview with the child, her acting was hat of a true genius, such as the stage 1 s adorned w ith only ut intorvaU. This * fternoon Mrs. Dargon will appear as 1 Lady Gay .Spanker" in 'London Assur- 1 ace," a| the matinee, and to-night "Mac* 1 i#th" is billed, who-h close* the engage- f ueht ot this superb company. A Mkkitkh Kkhukk.? Hiring the 1 irogressof the entertainmont at the " fpera House la<t night, Mo- Dargon ' iras interrupte 1 in the fir-t act by the ( iisorderly conduct of some of the audince, and administered a rjbuko to the (fenders which should at least teach hem a les-on horeatlor it no other good | esults follow. Mi^s Dargon stopp-J in he iiiid-t of an allocting pa-sage and ' tepping to lue footlights, >n a lady like . nd becoming manner informed the J arties interrupting th" entertainment 1 hat unless they were disposed to retain raer, tnoir money wuuii f?e reiunaei ( t tho b ix. ll is need ices to?ay that the < esired effect wa? obtHined, and the pro- 1 res* of the phy uninterrupted during he balance of the evening. Miss Dar- J1 on certainly deserves great credit for ( er action in the matter, and while re- f retting the occurrence, we are pleased M hat she administered the rebuke she did. | s it was richly deserved. m 9 m v XKIUHKOKHOOfl \t.WS. ? MARTlVs KKKRY. ! t The election parsed off quietly. <ir*al 11 nxiety war manifested by both parties, ! 'J nd considerable confusion prevailed at (| the Republican* being rather Irs* I li ontlderit than the D imocrats. Tbe Be- j *' ublicans are not fighting with tbe same j j etermination as in the October ele?.-tion d rhile the Democrats stuck closely and a jught valliantly. with an occasional call " or bets, which w?ro indulged in quite ? reely, t e Dero< rata giving oddson New M fork and Indiana, and the It-pub leans a ti (ihio, wbileon tne general results b<-ls h re re taken even. \ Tutf). Swahtz left on the last chance L xcur?ion, yesterday, for th'- Centennial ' In the October election we polled 'AJf> ote-, tbe largePt vote by far ever cast in bis precinct, but this tfme we rolled up "| ha* onnrmniii lafir^ Tin nrftfpflpri t/vi num. er of 048. Wh'-re it will go to the next lection no one can tell. LaCCHabi.e?The Radical* hauling ' femocrats to the polls to vote. The probabilities are that Belmont y aunty has gone l>em <cratic by & small lajority. Brilokport na? h noble regro. He eciared his intent?on, showed hi* baod, nd voted a* h fought, for Tilden, lendrick* and inform ^ Both parties have fought the fight, uried the hatchet, and in a few day* the * tepublicans will condescend to speak to lemocrate when lk*j meet. fire medicated red tlannel shirts and rawera at $1 126 at J. Fox ?St Co^No. 8 Twelfth street. Foe barpains a tend now the forced ^ lie of Dry Gr ods and Carpet* of j. w. feekbl. ci K uTicE.?Immense tv*k of Grv , ~ roods ai?tCarpets at forced sale by fl j. w. fekkel. i Great bargains in clothing. As wstre x>ut moving from the city, our stock of w olfaing must be cold regardless of cost, pj r'e invite the publi to come and see our ni rest bargains we offer. ax Goli> Bbos., aj 1107 Main street. , Don'T buy ahoddy clothing . I offered you for a low price, bin ^1 Fox A Co. * cloaing out ale,.,, l tlda** good* for tb? MOM CDOO?T * I, Twelfth atreet. I Biroas buying your overcoat** H Fox & Co., No. 86 Twelfth itr..^ H m m m I Notice?At the forced clo?m, Hj le of J. W Ferrel, you can Ke; M.tli I . 4 cent). Calico at 4 cct.t-. t,- ,.. H| , t cent*, and Carpeu at li cant* per H ?rd. Call won if you want b*rgn,r,. Tax time wiuted in looking u;e. ie stock-: oi ditlerent e'..>th.ng sur.-. ^ ? avoided by going to direct to J Foi I Co.'? closing out sale u! nchA>. In. 86 Twelfth street. 1 " 9 Foacft) Bargain* Iry Goods and Carpet* at whatever tie, lli bring. Must be so'.d to rain! motel J. NY. riKaiL I Co<-. Main an 1 Tw-nlieth BMU ? In MSNBC Fall Stock of D:\ Goi>1. ,t arpeU and 1 will ?ell th. H jan any bouae in Whaelia H j. w. fiiii^ h Cor. Main and Twenties i THxdneatand bi?t clothing : ,we*t money i? what the people iir "o avail yourself ut this rare oppor.L . all at J."Fox 4 Co'* ?Icing out.,. H lo. 86 Twellth street. H B Another Bio DaiTI.?Best ?j B| ark yard wide chintz, lor lo ard 'at i.W. hn?, H Cor. Mam and Tw<>nti.>u -tre^n. G<> TO Welch's Restaurant, Bailaire 0 fll or meals. The be,t the na-lmt ,j ... H 1 way* on hand. Aiso w ine, tw?r ?c H m m Ik you have money n^w you c*u ^ I rent bargain* at the Dry OieJi *t HI '"arpet Store of J. W. Fmtt, I Oor. Main and Twentieth tirreu U ITNDRKWKaK of all diforiptu>ti> ?B heap, at J. FoX A ( 4 go. 86 Twelfth atreet. I A 8co?i*eTioN.? Which is th<- H dace for roe to buy my tl ?. o J. Fox Jk Co.'i closing out ** ?t; I I'weirth street. I s m I HIU.K NKW* I The mark* at the landing 1 ho wed 6 feet '2 inches and ruing I The Courier departed for l*ark?r?t _ I eelerday. I The Kipreas in the Parkcrstiurg p*, I o-dav. J The Kmiiia (irahani, from l>ituh , I o Cincinnati, passed down ye?tr'J?i I The Salt Valley passed down w. | lay, on route to Portsmouth J The Andes lett for Cinrinnsti n?> I lay. I Thoro wore no tows passed saber I ,-oeterday. I The Phaeton, Market Boy and Oi l* I ire making regular trip- I ('apt. Dillon resumed -har^. ,.| . H Chaet.in'yeNterday I The Market I! leavesl<>r Vistai v I it 10:80 a. u. to-day. I A had obstruction in the UU ,, I unken barge at Pike Island I A snag baa made it upposrsnc* *>pp I ili' the haunted hoine, above li. ;,t I Klin, a point above P rt-iU'>uth I Captain John H"l oway, * - I tuuwn pilot of the ri.-or, and bMlr I Japtnin C. M. Holloway, 1st'- Pre* > I >f the Cincinnati CI *ml. r ' i K Mm, baa l.-HM .i tb? Km* ibtH I (iallipolic, nruJ will changi ' ran B| >t. Charles. I Evamovillk. n. vwtnber 7 -Ww I loudy and cool; inerrurv .>) to I I llivep 7 210 leel and rnsnjf. |'.fi I. I ? Up?Kanawha No. 2 and low,/>' I Itradlord, Ihck Johnson l> r? ? K I FVoodward, Klorer;I, A is'Ur. I Jioud. llumriHMt dull. I ( ' I N ' I S M M I N . r M '''"til inches ami ri-:n|f. Arr I ilaa^ow, Kvansviile; Cons M ', X I his; Kotxirt MiU hell, N> ? Or ? I departed ? Hudson, VN haelio^ I mkmi'Iiis, november 7 kti " ? i I inches, and now stands 1"> I riches Weather clear. I)e|W' I lard Cash. White river. F I Flyer", Howard Mary II ' I ' tif, New Orleans; (\piUd < ' I <ouia, Helena, VnksbuT I 1/oviwvills., N< vwtnber 7? W I ool and cloudy. Up?C?<ns Mi ?' f finati. Hirer failinc I n< he? in the canal. I ( aiRo, November 7?Arr.'-' I nori wealth, Mt. Loun; Celira >? 1 I 'ity of Chester, St. Louis I' I I. W. Anderson, N'a?bvii>. hI eel 1 inch and Tallin* VF-sit< ' I ?I The Welfare wf the llmn-n I ? in a Kreat measure dependent ray lu which the bowels perforn I vacuallve function. Iflhejr an ri ' I ami tliey can always be rsn-Jersd ? | he US'' of Hoslelt. rs Hl'imsc* I era-an importunt ?s*enttal I i Mound, and that hMbM 9 1 ry Ap( to follow ' I rregular, chronic coiistlpsU'' I mllReatloii super v?-m 11.?- I I ' "r?l?*rB*i, ami Uj?- in if r<> 111 It a natural ehiiniiri *i-i f U oton And rnnlnmfmnJ dM MM Ocitig that yeiiowlah ra?i ot tb* lb" ? I Wlillni nl I Pi < fjMi, whkil U* I Ur" IH'I'tl Uf hlJJOU*n <M. All Uj?b? ' * trou* v an ?>|| iitt/"1 B far more ? rlorj* natnr'-, ar? * nd l>rfv*ntrtl by Hnatatti-r*! I k'lhiK American ?peclflc fnrdWW' I iamilton opera house ij J AM KB BAMWWS, MahW H 'wo grand PERFOMHASC: aiTISEC 47 'i a'clM* II 'LONDON ASSURANCE K HIM EVKSISi, poeltlr?ly tba < ?' ' Bfl PtMSBM ' / tAu *re?: tra?.< K"1<1/88 augusta dargotmj >'ben ?rlli be preeentcd efcaMH"*'' H timjedy, V 'macb kth .''i i Ke??rv?-d *eat* for Matin** **>* b:'~ 'I [aLrbln'a Mo?le and AndU^r*. c</ kkwahi' i 4 BKWAHDOr M.? ?'Li- HE I 1 and no uoe?noc>* ?d"j w '' . im to thU office/./ in* <"< ) * ?/- *' . or? a ueijUrmmij ' pocfc?* I "ailc 'Vntrai C lob Room <*?' i>l*/?t I aoaq I iTMM?? I Victim* o/youthful bo have tiled in tain **<*7 - I li.wllJ learn of a alan'* f^T'L * Bit, lor lha apeady cox* ?* ?' * JJty. prematura decay, lort ?7L^ id ail dlaordar* brouant afl by *uy drucylat baa U>a inarcil'B b M Addraaa, DAViWW*fyj mh a >mmi ?