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i o it i : .v. A'IKNTS KOR TUII lull.! lUSUHiUtO JULU UiUj i uK UAIITPOKD. CONN. rash Assets over $0,500,000 J 1'HIC CwKOHlil.. Homo Insurance Company, UP COLUMBUS. OA. Cn-h AimHm $100,000! THE KTATE INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NABUVIUK.TKNK. Wit I NSPKK I.I Kit POLICIES ON ALL V il . ii,n.v.l 1.1...', nd take note for .-.-(..If ll.e premium. Nj ejtn ""." tti.r. Also insure awni" -"-TV It t.rr on houses, merchandise, furniture, etc., 'oKri.,.-Norhwmit corner Madison errf Main PUBLIC f.UDGER. F. A. TYLF.H, J. T. PRATT. S , , i JBdltor. Associate Editor. LAHf'KST CITY CIRCULATION. M K M H I H I Wednesday Evening. Oct. 9 1867 leTTlie returns from the Northern elec tions, though meagre, ire of the most cheerio character, aJ will be hailed with rejoicing; by every enemy of the in famous Radical party in the land. The Pemocrats claim Pennsylvania by 20,000 msjDrity, and Forney's JVwt tirtuully gives up the contest. The city of Philadelphia the home of the noto rious Judge Kelly has astonished the country by going largely Democratic, giving upward of 3000 majority. This is glory enough for one day. And in gallant Ohio, where Val landighamiim is the test of Democracy, the Conservatives have, Vy an overwhelm ing majority,, defeated the negro voting constitutional amendment, and doubtless carried the State. The Cincinnati Com mercial (Radical) admits that the result is doubllul. Gen. Carey, a Johnson Re publican, taken np by the Democrats in Cincinnati, is elected to Congress over the Radical nominee, Mr. Smith, editor of the Gazelle. The Legislature is con sidered doubtful. Everywhere the Dem ocrats have made large gains ; everywhere Radicalism is hiding its ghastly head before the march of the grand Conserva tive column. The lesson of Conneclicnt, Culifoiniii, Montana, Maine and Ken tucky ia here repeated by Ohio, Penn sylvania nnd Iowa. This settles the question for New York in November, and Beitlrs the question for Radicalism every when. XHX HEW8. Oold opened In New York this morning at Ulii and bad declined to 1 M up to noon. Cot ton is reported inactive and drooping. We are furniihed by our noon dispatches with partial reto ol of the election, in Penn nylvania, Ohio and Iowa yesterday, all of which indicate large Conssrvative galas. fifty deattae from the epidemic were re ported in New Orleans yesterday. Or two hundred jurors drawn from registered rotera ia Orleans pariah. La., yesterday, only twenty were white men. A New York dispatch says Earn Colyer and Bill Kelley are matched for fight oa the 2S'b of Koyember, for tbe championship and 11000. Jamei F Dinner, a negro, has been elected assistant doorkeeper by the'Hoase of Repre senUtivea. 8o says a Nashville dUpatch. Tbe officers of the Papal forces c'aim that tbey won tbe victory in the late battle of Bcgr.ara. They tlaim seventy of the enemy wounded and 110 ruouera. Volunteers of Garibaldi are marching on Home from all directions. Tbe Florence press nrges the gov. ernment to anticipate them aid occupy the city with national troops. King William of Frossia is on a tour through uuth Germany. Orders have bees issued for the enlargement of the corps of tbe French army, bat the effec tive fi rc wil' tot be increase J. General Spinner decies tie stories circulated roi.oorniog the abstraction of government bonds. Rnmors hich are constantly arising in re gard to Fenian des'gna are eaeiing mu-h auKety in England and Ireland. All prison ers are doubly guarded to prevent any attempt at rescue. It la officially intimated that Napoleon eon ttuj plates nrnv lihTiil ref"nrs. t&" The Ilartford Post, alluding to the thrraleued impeachment of President Johnson by the next Congress, thinks that the very act of impeachment sus ' ponds the office impeached that the President will he suspended from office tho moment the House of Representa tives, " which is the grand jury of indict--nt," impeaches him before the Senate. Upon this the New York Timet com- ineiits an follows: "Did the joi ever hear of any one being punished npon indictment end before conviction T AH the precedents of our against its vie officers have been impeached often by the House of Representatives, but never aunnvudej during trial. Such a rule would pot it in the power of tbe House a!wa) to get rid of a President whom, fur party or other reasons, hef did not like. If any such thing ia to be done it must be in pursuance of a law yet to be enacted. ix&"Yir vote in Ohie yesterday npon tr& aicbnduieiil to the Constitution of flat Bla:e, so as to tonfe-r upon negroes the fight to vote, to hold office and to ait uliiii iuriea. involves a principle. If the vote cpon this question runs np to the Radical vote for State) officers, we ahall have nothing to aey in the South If it falls en!er the Radical msjarilT, we cn very juat'y charge the domiaaiat j.uriv of the Siale with intonaisu-ncy an.! uf.fmrn in attempting to foist ui.n tt.e h ( the Soulh a Mile I Key .!" Sen! liist.g; to Becrj for them- Sms-TI.m rem.l.ainim adopted by the Demo, ratio . Natiounl (Wenliou fhieago, in IHI-.I, wherein tho war h declared a failure U) to that lime, luhl with how much greater propriety be adopted todsy, "f by n,'Itt l)mo' nii. ii tu assemble. A more .......n,l.ma failure hialorT nowhere re in)" '- " j. Hlai al1 f.. na tbe aecomulishmeut Ot in real ends are coucerned, ana we nrt-sume, those ends to have been restoration of tho Union, or, in more rm-ent i.ni Ionic, the reconstruction o I.. lii..b. bad thrown off thoir allegiance to the Federal Government, and wore in armed rebellion egainst its authority. The war. which up to 18o4 bad oroveu a fjilure in the achievement of the objects for which it win wuged, ia, of its verr nolure, more strictly a fuilure in mi, with those objects still unaccom nlUbed. liut why ft failure nt all? How enn wu reconcile defeated ends with the return of victorioos armies and navies. The soldier certainly was not ,,.;!, ! for the failure. No; the soldier and sailor had dono all within their province to do when they had swept from the Innd and tho sen the last vestige of "iirmed rebellion " , : By ibis they placet tho fruits of their victories within eaay reach ol me civu Bu,-i ment, which had but to pluck them, The province of tho solJicr was not to restore tho Union or reconstruct me States in rebellion, this remained solely for the civil arm of tho government to do when the soldier had resioved tho obsta cles that prevented nnd mado the way i: i .ti ;ti,; easy, ine armies uiu - their province when they had forced to surrender the armies under Lee, Johnston and Taylor. It whs for the Radicals, who then filled every position of civil authority and responsi bility, to complete the work, and this they failed to do. They refused to pluck the fruits of victory which had been brought within their easy reach by the mil itary. Thus the war became a most fruit less and miserable failure, and Kadical ism assomed the responsibility of render ing iteuch, a responsibiliiy, for which it should be helJ in sirict account by the conntry. Let the Democratic Conven tion of 'C8 resurrect the resolution of 'C4 and re-adopt it. However disastrous to their cause it may have proven then, it now becomes the strongest plank in their platform, and one on which, if we mis take not, they will find standing in 1808 an insulted and indignnnt soldiery. Who, in viewing the distracted condition of the couutry, the dismemberment of States, and the disaffection of communi ties, will say now the war is not a failure a most signal and stnpondous failure. tSTThe returns of the elections in Ohio, Pennsylvania nnd Iowa, as fur uiBhed the rooming press.were extremely meagre and unsatisfactory by no meaus sufficient to indicate tbe result in either State. This in itself might be regarded as a propitious orten. The channels through which the intelligence would have to come being in nine cases out of ten under Radical control, a Radical victory would travel mock more rapidly than a reverse. From Iowa the morn ing press is furuished nothing, and from Ohio and Pennsylvania no more than unofficial returns from a few scattering precincts. The public, therefore, were left quite as mnch in ignorance of the result as they were last evening. Our noon telegrams, though not so full as we might have wished thum, ere more satr isfactory. We are furnished with partial returns from Ohio, which are sufficient to indi cate Conservative gain's in every quarter and render the State doubtful. From Pennsylvania the news is even more cheering, that Slate having probably elected the Democratic candidate for Judge of the Supreme Court by a very handsome majority. In Iowa the Con servatives seem to have gained largely, though nothing definite as te the result is known. There can now do longer be any doubt of tbe reaction in Northern sentiment. The news, however meager from the three great Sutcs which voted yeeterdiy, is sufficient to indicate that Radicalism is everywhere (jiving way to more liberal and rnngnnnimous views. For the better information of tha reader we bppend the following fuels and futures regarding the ticket and former votes of the three Stules, upon which tbe ey of the whol country is fixed at tbia time, The election iu inasylyauia was for Chief Justice of the Supreme lioLrt, and the following were the candidates: Democratic Oeorge Sherwood. Jirjublican.iMj W. Williams. In Ohio the following were the oppos ing tickets voted on by tbe State at large : Democratic. For Governor, Allen (J. Thurnian; Lieutenant dovernor, Daniel Uhl ; Treasurer of Stat, Cochran I ul inn: Auditor of State, John McLlwee; Attorney General, r rank U. liurd; hu- nreme Court Judge, l nomas M. Key ; .i r rr vu:n:...- ui : uoutroiier ot uessuij, imiiu uum dan; Board of Public Works, Arthur Hughes. JfewilVican. For Governor, Gen. R. B. Hayes; Lieutenaut Governor, Gen. John C. le; Treasurer of State, Sidney S. Warner; Auditor of State, James H. (iodmau; Attorney Uenorisl, William 11. West; Supreme Ciurt Judge, John Welch; Controller of Treasury, Moses R. Urailey ; Hoard of Public Works, Philip Heiztng. , , The following were the Stale candi dates in Iowa: Democratic. For Governor, Charles Mason; Lt Governor, I). M. Harris; Supreme turt Judize, John H. Craig; Attorney General, W. T. Barker; Super intendent Public Instruction, M. l Fisuer. Republican. For Governor. Colonel Saronel Merrill; Lieutenant Governor, Col John Scott; Supreme Court Judce, J. M. Beck; Attorney General, Mej. Hv. O'Connor; Superintendent Public 1st' strocnon, U. K. Wells. Iu itdjiiiou U tbe above an independ rot or t'jples' ticket was alio run in Iowa in opposition U l"e bih protective t.ir.rT, ads ot aufj f thi! iLj.iicuU. Tbe puj.ular vole iu tlue turre fifta hint been l)eiii. Mad. llW t'Kl :I7.W'7 8'it 2 ik.4. II Bud. Ill'j. f, :vi 1 i.'iii 10.07.1 '-'.tM 17.1TH Bud. wJ. ;t'.ii::i :w,i7t i,:i75 IhfCt (lnverniir- , g 1.171 1-.H-Nip. JlHk'O, Ijl.S 3 lieililont...Ii in ImiS AiKlimr iou M.S. 741 bui Ouvurnor fcHl.tMl IOWA. Item. Ttml. l-ftt Ju.l.-o it.-IVS 1Ki'4-President 41',.'"tl Hi 173 lviv-Uuvornor . M.i 7H "e.H'i ltn-Seo. of Mate fi.H:i Hl-T . Lincoln's majority in 1N'6, j,2. OHIO. Dam. Ha '. ISflt-Oi.verniir M.Ml Ssiil ln President-....? A..''H j.A l.sj-Ooveriior I'..s7 3Ji i.H liol-,oo. of State 21.U" J -o.SUi B'i'I. rnaj. 1(11 ,iw W..VW y.i.ii ' fay" After a time-honored custom, ooo of tbe very few time-honored customs reverenced nowadays, our nurivaled Governor comtmuiicntod nil annual mes sage to his Legislature yegtorduy. The veritable document is before us; nt rather a late hour, to bo sure, but this we enn account for on the ground that "our friefjds" in the Leg islaturo forgot to forward os advance sheets or avail themfelves of the j wires in our behalf. Their habit- J ual wire pulling of lute renders the latter less txcasablo. But nover mind, wo can forgive all, for we have the mesasage the veritable W. G.'s latest and best. And what is the sum and substance of this bit of Radical literature ? We can only treat of it in btief. All precursory remarks we pass over. Tho first thing that peculiarly strikes us is an allusion to the rebel clement in tho Stntn elec tion in these words : In the work of mischief they werestiP' nnrted bv the rebel Dress, the same, for the most part, and conauciea oy uiu ., . it.., same counsels unit, in isui, precipi tated the State into civil war, and which the benignity of the nation bus not only shielded from Dunishment. but has per mitted to resume its machinations of treason. And I am compelled to add that this support wos not limited to the nress of this State. The rebel Rnd the so called Conservative pnpers, and the entire Democratic press of the country, waged relentless wur upon the Stnte goternmettt A large corps of newspa per correspondents traversed tne tana and -etudiomlv misrepresented every occurrence of the canvas9, as well as the general questions involved in the struggle. We lucked neither unscrupu lous enemies to concoct falsehoods, nor candid friends to lend them an easy credence and to deplore our lack of discretion. Tet against these adverse ntluenoes. after a most thorough and exhaustive discussion before the people, tbey have sustained the Government by majorities approaching to unanimity. A congratulatory allusion to ohr Fed eral relations follows this. A change of time in the election of members of Congress is reoommended. Referring to the Judiciary and the matter of appointment and election as exercised by himself, he says : Most of the officers have been elected, except the Judges of the Supreme and Chancery Courts, and most of the Judges of the Circuit Courts, tbe Attorney Gen eral and Reporter, and most of tbe Cir cuit Attorneys General. These have been appointed and commissioned for their respective official terms. This so- lion was orougni. proumiunuy hi view before tbe people by the press and npon the stump, and tltey have passed upon it. Sustained by their approval, I shut! con tinue the same course; and as vacancies occur from time to time, I ehail order elections when in my opinion it is ad visable otherwise ti 11 them by appoint ment He recommends a satisfactory settle ment on the part of tbe State with the railroads, and discourages any further increase of the State debt in their behalf. He recommends a general act prohib itory of the r,!s cf Jiquor si.r any in stitution of learning, and makes this the pretext for saying some very fine things abont temperance. Upon the subject of the school fundk he attributes its loss to the act of the Assembly making the Treasurer its cus todian, and goes on to say: As every other order of the Legislature had been obeyed, that was also obeyed. The fund was counted by the Controller, placed in tbe hands ot the Ireasnrer, and his receipt taken therefor, and the Governor and his afsociates at once ceased to be responsible for it ; and no one was more startled than they were to discover, six months after, that the '.nd was on deposit iq tho Tennessee National Bank of Memphis, upon a sim ple certificate of deposit When this discovery was mad the Governor fromptly called attention to it, and the legislature as promptly tcok action in the matter. A fomrrjittea of vigilant and experienued men were sent by the Governor to Memphis, who succeeded in recovering about one-half. I have ap pointed Thomas B. McKlwee Special Agent to look after the remainder, nnd lieinir a sensible, prudent business man, be mnT be able to secure n portion of the funds in the custody of that faithless institution. Tin.' appointment of a Criminal Judge for every chancery dintrict is recom mended. Indemnity cfloval TeTinesseeans for losses during tho war i's alluJg.J to iu the following language t After mature deliberation, I have de termined to recommend to your fuvora Liu consideration the remuneration of loval citizens of thi Stnte for losses sua tamed bv the occupation of the conntry t.y the national armies. The passage of the so-called ordinance of secession, and he ansnmed transfer of the State to the so-called Sontbern Confederacy, placed Tennessee in the attitude of rebellion, and ber people in the position of ene miea to the National Government. The consequence was that upon the occu pancy til th Slate by the untjonul forces, our people were IreitU d as enemies, with but little difvriiniiiatiou between the I oval aud the disloyal. Their lands and houses were occupied, their property itn pressed ordcatrr.ved, and their provisions consumed. Ia Last Tennessee tt.is was done from necessity, by an uiisupoliid army, to an extent tl.ut te j'irc.1 tbu peo ple to b'.isolute sujeriui. Thus far, tLo Federal Government tiaaVitig Tennessee with tbe rebel Slates, and unwilling to assume the Iosi incurred by the whole South, has not learned the er pltcli'na of our loyal people for remuneration. understand that similar 1om.-s by ll.e cilizena of Indiana, PcHnsylvkuia and Ohio bare heea promptly assumt J, and jet tbe nauoa knows, and lb world knows, that a moie la! people than those in Tennesere, who remained stead fast to tbe tmli.'Uhi e-'ase throu'b loni and terrible ao ordeal, are not to be fund in the Union. IS.it i can not an J wi 11 not ' Ij' bvnLucucd .u U.e juslite uuJ uiue;- States for the ji.mi lour ye.ii n follows : ; , r,.NMLV ANU. ii ;t ii .in l y nl Hie AliM'H"'in iieonlu I believe il.cv wilt fti. ei fully n mv I li.yiil Hulleins aiuoiii: our iieniila, touiiV ot whom siero deirived of their property by too it tt l to si n. I lorees, while they t Item Ives were abaent liiilitilii; lor the nu lioiml cnuse. liut Ton, ceutlemen, c atford present relief, relying upon tli conerul lioveriiniont lierealter to a suiunnnd toiy these just nnd meritorious claims. 1 recommend that Droper oflioers be appointed to ascertain and audit those claims, and that the bonds of the Mate, of the denomination from fifty to one hundred dollars, be issued in tuivmeiiL I em aware tliet this proposition will meet with fierce opposition from those who would give prelerence to tue mil lions of debt contracted by the usurpod Stute (Jovernment- or by reliel quarter masters. I am also aware that o!icc tion will com" from n better class upon the ground of so considerable un iticrrase of the Btuto debt ; but if tho American people are just, thuy will ushuuio the nmount Iowa before it lulls due, anu iiDon Drincililrt. treat the suH'erinc loyal ists ot Tennessee, as they buve treated the lova huts of other States. Let such a law be well guarded in every respect, and if Concress does not at once assume tue liability, anu promptly meet the same, then we have elected eibt able and loyal men to Congress to look after our interest to very Itttlo purpose. Legislation is strongly recommended to protect tbe negroes in their rights as renters and laborers. Of the militiahe says : The State militia, which has been rep resented by a venal press and designing politicians as swarming in every high wiiv like the locusts of Egypt, and every' where overawing the quiet people, and committing innumerable acts ot vio In nee. numbered, all told, seventeen hundred men half of whom were mus tered into the service but a few weeks before the eleotion. This force, repre sented by the enemies of the ait ate gov ernment to have cost millious of money, has cost the State a little thn rise of the tenth Dsrt of one million. Clothing, ra tions, etc., were purchased on the most favorable terms, and strict economy was observed throughout. As soon as the election whs over and the country qui eted, I directed General Joseph A. Cooper, chief in ' command, mid a prudent, firm and experienced officer to pay off and muster out of the service all but five companies. Most of these companies were ordered to the western division of the Stale, in several counties of which the conduct of disloyal men is bad and culls for correction. The small force now in service is under command of Mejor Robinson, a prudent, brave and reliable officer. I am anxious to rid the State of this item of expense, and will da so as soon as tbe rebellious portion of Middle and West Tennessee will permit me to disband these trootts. I will not close my remarks upon this subject without asauring your body that the records of this, and all other branches of the gerviee, are open to inspection, and free and full investigation is invited. He recommends amendment of the school law. He advises the immediate repeal of the offer of $5000 reward for the arrest and return of ex-Governor Harris. He promises retrenchment in his own department of the government, and winds np with the following flourish : Confiding in the intelligence and pa triotism whieh induced your constituents to send yon here as lawmakers, I assure yon of my earnest desire to co-operate with you in all measures yon may inau gurate for the common good. Coming here with the heavy majorities you art honored with, your action may mark your session as the epoch in our history wnen penuiuii -ruKreas usaciit-w ibs ewujr in Tennessee. Honored in her past his tory, and her present claims fully re sponded to, we shall wipe out the foul stain of rebellion, and we may look for ward to the future of Tennessee with the ntmost confidence, tt will be our highest honor ta have jealously guarded the fame of our State, advanced her prosperity, and developed her yait resources. Dastiny and events, God and history, have assicrntJ to Tennessee an important position in the great work of restorir.s the Union. Let us act well our pnft, and, under Providence, per form the great bat agreeable work of fraterniiy, and love, and loyalty toward the race of roan. Of the disturbance in Italy and what will become of the Pope, the New York Herald discourses, editorially, as follows: The movements in Italy are beyond all police power. Movements of tbe people orijiinntir.a in a sentiment common to evory man and boy a sentiment ready to lUtae into enthusiastic and universal expression can only be controlled by Jui ge masses of soldiery. And whence arc these to come ? Tbe Pope has none of his own that ure wartb mention. None can came fiom tbe kingdom of Italy ; for though tho King of Ita'y arrested Oanbaldi, it was only biCiiiiie fiarihnldi was violating Italian neutrality. Wilh troubln in the I'ope s own territory, Victor Jvnaniii-I ha.i nothing io do. And even if he do- sinvl to interfere hu dure not; for it is more than pioliable that any attempt on bis part to save the i'ope would only involve lis own ruiv " me i ope a rum. Can Uouiis lo save the Pope's temporal power come again irom r ranee Ji is next to certain that Napoleou can only eave tbe Pope at the expense of bis cw throne; for an imperial war against the Unman people would b'i a mornl Mexico, and, what is more, would be Prussia's opportunity. 'When the CLassepot r.lla ia seen on the Iber the negdle tun will be seen south of tbe Main. And this is the possibility that may kep France away. Leftj to tbe mercies of bis subjects, tbe Pope's reign will be but short, lie will have to ac cept tbe century and the ideas against which be is-ued his encyclical letter, or be will have to leave. Where will he go? What will become of the head of tbe Holy Catholic CUurch f Only two lands can afford him an asjlura ranee nnd the I'nited biati-s. lie may go to France and be re HUlilihbed at Avignon, and thus furnish Napoleon a chance lo attempt, with va riations, the part of CharlemaBge in the en-leavor to reihape F.uropean politic, with the Pnpe as a moral center of all systems. Ue rosy come to the United .Suites, wkere his adherents are more rrbpeclable, powerful and wealthy than in any country in Kurope. We have hitherto protfered him a home at Fort Washington, an! we renew the offer. His liolinne wnl not find there as fine a palace ibat at Avignon, but he may there n joy finrr sxenery than can be found iu the length and breadth -ot France, and he will be able lo brratbe ia aa immensely fresher and freer atmoe pbf re. AJiics from Loairiaaa state slat the Re .ahliu,s elaiia that the State rae fer a emTtli It at Uat W. ajeies.k. .. rrt.rai have been rtJ ! fciSt 't liu-t SB'.. i NiMin 'l'u-l.y. . m;w TOHK. Coid and Cotton Kapoite. Fpeolal to the Pvst.io Lkdusr. Nitw Yoke, October 9 Noon. Gold opened nt 144$, at 11 a. in, I4.1a, and is now 144 - - . . . . ; ' Cotton inactive and drooping; -Up lands, 19(?19c. 1J ' " ' LiVKtPtioL, October 9. Cotton dull, but not lower; Uplands, 8JJ; Orleans, 8gd; stiles 10,000 bales. IIUFFAI.O. Reception to Bherldau Unofficial. Buffalo, N. Y., October 9. The Common Council having by a party vote refused to invite General Kheridun to this city, on his way to St. Louis, Mayor Wells called a meeting of citizens for Friday evening to extend hospitalities to him. PHILADELPHIA. The Pennsylvania flection The Vote of tbe City nd Partial Re turns from tbe Interior Proba ble Elaotlon of the Demooratio Candidate Large Conaervative Qaina on every Hand. Philadclpou, October 9. The North American foots np the oity returns for Sherwood 327C majority; Lyle (Demo crat) for Sheriff 3C42; Judge Ludlow for Court of Common Pleas 6300. The Age makes Sharwood's majority n the city 2981, and in the State about 2000. The Press makes the Democratic ma jority Sn the city about 3C0O, bnt says it is mpossible to estimate the result in the State, as only twenty-two out of sixty six counties have been heard from. Chester comity gives 1750 Union majority. In Washington county, Williams' majority is about 125 a Democratio gain of 140. Mr. Jordan, Chairman of the Republi can State Committee, considers the re sult in the State as doubtful. The major- ty will not be large either way. Shar wood's majority in the city is 3276. A special, dated 4 a.m. to-doy, says further returns show Democratio gains in Lehigh of 1600; Clearfield, 1400; Center Mill, Carbon, 1000; Wyoming, 800; and Republican majorities in Ches ter, 1700; Delaware, 1100; Blair, 550; Allegheny, 6000, Clinton gives a Dem ocratio majority of 600. The latest re turns from Allegheny show a Democratic gain of 1700. Washington county has gone Democratio a gain of 300. West moreland, 1300 Democratic majority. NEW YORK. Tbe Election In Iowa Large Dem. ooratlo Gains Everywhere. New Yobs, October 9. A Dubuque, Iowa, special says the returns from all parts of the State to-night show large Democratio gains everywhere. CINCINNATI. The Election la Ohio Cary (Con. aerwativs) Elected to ConRreas Immense Democratio Gain In all Quarters The State Doubtful. CixcisKATi, October 9. Complete re turns from the seoond district give Cary, for Coneress,9SM msjorit j a Republican loss of 3500. Tbe Republican State nn.l county ticket is elected by about 1500 majority a loss of 2800. , The majority nsinst the amendment in the couutv in over 5000 total vote of the county 3,3,000. To day's Commercial soys the latest dispatches show such large Democratic gains as to leave tbe Stnte ticket in doubt, and to make the Legislature very doubtful. Tbe Constitutional amend ment is larifplv defeated. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS 300Bbls. Eosindale Cement Just Receive:!-- THIS DAY, Per steamer Mary E. Forsyth, Three Hundred BMs. Cement. JOINKIt KIRKLEY. No. M Monroe street. 3 CAROLINA INSURANCE COMPANY, OT lenililM, Tenia. Office : No. 291 Main Street. INHUH 12 H ONLY AGAINST LOSS OFj LIKIC. Authorized Capital, $r00,000. . M. J. WICK8, Preeldent. A. BKE83ML, Vioe-Presldent. W. V. BOYLE. Becretary. W. C. MoCLUBB, Treasurer, J. H. EDM OWDHON, General A (rent. K. WOODWABD, Uefular Fhyln (loiiamlttnu B. W. AVAST. 1'hfMirlnna s V. A. stAMSKY. .AJtorneysss LOOWOOD PtrToN. Ilrctor I W. P.. HI NT, F. W. SMITH, B. K. Pl'LLKS. WM. JOYJfKR. 5. D. MKNKKK. J. 8. LONSDALK, A. SKESKaL. F. TITl'tV, K. H. BKICK, E. M. APrFUoUX. J. T. PkTTft. if i n vr B. (.RE LAVr, W, U VANtK. V. H. leOo&K. -Tbe Cnosraay ta w ..rerarM Pui.i-io" ia all lb ariis f..rn,s uf l.ile Ib -r.. aaa fw.-lfulif oli-n .i.l--i t-a-aee. OIsD Tl yriT .T VrtT.TTl EXPRESS FREIGHT LINE, THROUGH WITHOUT TRANSFER, TO ALL EASTERN CITIES AND MANUFACTURING TOWNS; LITTLE -MIAMI, COLUMBUS AND 'XEF1IA, C0LUMBU8't CLEVELAND, LAKE SHORE, ERIE, NEW YORK CENTRAL, HUDSON RIVER, v Wi'sU'rn of Massachusetts, Boston & Worcester, OMUl'lHlM V 1'ITTSItlIKO, PENNSYLVANIA CKNTKAL AND . . TJaltimpro & Ohio K.j3l3L"Xj :OL O .A. 3D S - CHAS. F. SMITH, AGENT, NO. 9 MADISON ST., MEMPHIS, Will kIvo autliorizoil Through Bills Lading br responsible iiuo, eilbur by River to Cincinnati, thence ALL RAIL, or all Rail from Memphis. ONXY ONE TRANSFER FROM MEMPHIS. r THE INTEREST OP SHIPPERS CAREFULLY PROTECTED. 10.1 BCA-ICO-BCT & NEW ORLEANS CIRCUS ! m ... , EVERYTHING NEW ! EVERYTHING GORGEOUS ! X LAEGEST A tlnli AMUSEMENTS. NEW MEMPHIS TI1EATER, Lessen and Manager, W. C. TiinursnK. Stage Wnnimer ..Shiki.ev H. Fbanck. treasurer,'. C. D. Stkinkdhl. Second night of the Brilliant and Accom plished Couiedienue and Burlesque Actross, LADY DON. Wednesday Evening, Oct. 9, 1867, Will be presented thBgrcn Lomlnn and Pari aiun specialty of CA(TR. "Polly," Lady Don. Hollowed by the I'RKTTY 110RSK 1KK AKEK. "Pretty llorseartaker," Lady Don. Doors npon at 7 o'clock ; the curtain will rtvw nt H prf'ilv. NORTH & MURPHY, e wiiorr.sAi.K FANCY GOODS, 327 RiSIN STREET UP STAIRS. VARIETIES, X0TI0XS, C0IDSf BUTTONS, 1 I Z JZ I? U 31 13 II Y , TRIMMINGS, ETC. Cin. TtmH SD C0UBTHT KERCHNTS will always find a lull and complete itwk of FANCY titlODS, eaibraoing everything new and novel, at KBalKT Xf-fl :i7 Main rlrrr t sp rtair. FARCASOil. CORDES i CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, 32S Front Slrecl, 1 .vr.vrnifi. TFXX. IT 4' tbe shore Roads at as low rates as any othor CHAMBERS' rjMIE GRAND EQUESTRIAN SCHOOL OF JL the ago, in whiuu It presented ouly THE MOST ELKCJAXT, daring and remarkable snorts of the arena, executed In matchloss stylo ' and oncqualed grace ' ' BY THE COLOSSAL TB0UPK . -or- Ladies and Gentlemen, . 5 Misses and Masters, SELRCTKn VROU Til It Principal Hippodromes and Circuses or , t England, France and America, whose combined performances form an entertainment Replete iu Absorbing Iiilerfnt and unresisting attraction, being RE- ! MAHKADLK for their NOVELTY, GRACE, . STYLE AND DARING, and adaptation to the tastes anj il 0.111 ros of the refined and intelligent community. Tbe Company will exbib't . ' ; POSITIVELY TIIKEE DAYS ONLY !. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Oct. 7, 8 and 9, OK UHIOff.'BJXTHIRD AND DESOTO UTS. Boors open at 1 and 7 P.m., commencing at 2Ji ml7'ip.in. AnmsHioN: One Dollar; Childrmt, Fifty Cunts. SXf Kor Aft anil A rtl."ty. t- prrprmmns. t THE EMMETT SAVINGS INSTITUTION HAS REMOVKt) TO o. O SfadiHon Street, OPPOSITE TUK OLD STAITDsUND WILL continue to transact a tieneral Banking, Eirhnnge nd ProVerane Bunimiss. !B lit-. J. Tt. MALLOItY, office-No- 230 Main st.; besidenck- Old BalMgh Eoad, near bayou bridge. J5-50 J. J. SMITH. JOHH I- I.VKCH. RECTIFIERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FOREIGN & DOMESTIC LIQVOBS 342 Hecond Mtreet, MEMPHI3, - . - - TENNESSEE. HAVIX ERECTED A LAROK AND EX tensU a Rertitving Kstntilvhuient. we are prepared -to furnish to tbe Trade anH Country Alerrhanta at very retlu'ed rines . Liquors of Ml graile); and iuaiity. ('nil and exauiine nnr t.ck and Judge ftryonrselvei'. M W IVotice. ALL PARTIES H AVING CLAIMS aitaint me will plea-ie presaipt tl'- same to my Attorney, HOWELL K. JACKSON", Kl.. who is authorised to settle ajid adjust the awnie frr ms. SO-65 A. J. WALT. DR. B. M. LEBBT, e OyFICJE-219 THIKD BTKJCET, Between Adams aad J"elTera. "Hesidence Bor.thegst Corner Oreonlaw and Fourth Btrecty Chelaoe. 4r- A. CRAWFORD, osiLia ik aLi. tiMDs or S A. 1ST D . e- Yard, loot of Aattion sttett, "f MKMPH1H, isis TM:i;S. A1! r-lers trtnnlratndeH to. IT-IS ISotica to the Luli. MRS. ICSES HEALTH HAVIXU .TME- t.uv- UiL'IVil..... . 11 . at tt old r.l. 177 Main Krrrt. lUlf PARI4 STVLM always hod. I '' I'lra-erall. l-.Wi r . M . It" K t. ;.