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BULLETIN VOL. 2 NO. 2Z4. MAYJSVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. HUNT. Manufacturer nud originator of the cele biated brands of OIGABS, Silver Dollar, Win. Hunt's DarkHorso, Happy Smoko, Tlnee Beauties, Cordwocd and Gold Slugs. Second Street, Maysvllle, Ky. '' '? DEALEtt IN Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps'. 41 E. Sec. St, mcliBOly MAYSVlLLE.Xr T". 1IKOWMXO, M. I., 'physician and surceon. Offlco nrnl residence south-east conicr of Thtid and Mutton sireetR. Will ulvo special attention to diseases peculiar to Icmnuis. nplUdly MAASVILLb. riNCII A- CO., "-' DEALERS IN GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Cor. Thtrd and Sutton Streets, mchSOly" MAYSV1LLE, AT. r s. jm. r" ATTOKWEY AT LAW. Real iNtmoiiudt'olIoctluirAtteney. Court St., (nplftlly) MAYHVIM.E. KY. oi.t uiciiesok. R Dealer In Staple aud Fancy GEOOEBIER, has REMOVED from his old stand to the building on Second street lately occupied hy Charles H. Frank, nplftlly T F. ItYAX. Gold, Stiver nnd Nlel'l ELECTRO PLATING, and Rubber Stamp Work done m8liort notice at Mnysvlllo UoiiiUrlng Works, No. 8 Second street. pl71y J. I-.KYAN. J-AMES A CAKK, (Successors to Thomas Jackson,) Livery, Sale and Feed Stables Street Hack orders l'romPnit0". ?11"t all times. Finest anil latest stylo '1 union ts. Horses bought and sold on Commission. St. four doors below Ceptral Hotel. nta J W. Kl'AKKN A- nr.o., " Xfo. 24, XA11KET STREET. NEW CARPETS, 0!L CLOTHS and Window Shades. ood Carpets at 30. :ft 75. aud 00 cts.. 81.00 . n , I H.-i 10, 15, fir. 00, 05, 70, pur ynnl. ; roll It. i'OYNTZ.J .. INSURANCE AGENT. SomscounuSo delays. Otllro co.'nur'Jlilnl aud Market streets, npiuuy J. iii.AKr.iMmaii. THE BOSS WALTHAM WATCH STORE. HrmHiuurters foj Clocks, Silver Uood. e A work promptly l1""cV,,r lly'doiie. Second St.. 1' ast ot Mai JM'7 r,vCU l,l.VN' BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Ice cream and mxIh water. Fresh hrcnit and enke". l',,,l.s and weddlnps furnished on short notice. ,,,,,. , v u v hi. SVILI.E, 35 Second st.. maySdly M A T AM'. A- WOllltlOK, Contractors, Architects, Builders. Plans and specifications furnished an forms and nil work satisfactorily and piomptly douo. Olllco on Third street, between Wall and Sutton. apUldly 'irOKltlNON A' KACKI.EY, Wholesalo nud Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. Second Street, (mhifljly) MAYSV1LLE,K Y. r nxxis, fUUNISIIINn OOIS nnd C LOO? 131 1 IsTO, Hats. Caps. Trunks and Valises. Tho latest fall styles just received. ,. T ,,v Market St;, nplOdly MAYSVILLEKY. TyitsTSiTj. Monroitii, Third St., opposlto Christian Church. Millinery and Notions. A NEW STOCK Just received and pi Ices VERY LOW. llonnets and lints mado over In the latest style. !!l. VTlt.S.T. II. CO I.I.I NN, MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. ,ntest styles of Hats, lionnets. Lnms and lllnery Notions. Prices low. Second street, Mis. Oeoik'o Hunows' old stand. apllWly atins jiA'rrn: takk, Second street, Januuiy't Mock, Rlillinery Goods, Hats, Laces, Feathers, Trlminlnus etc., of tho latest styles. Prices Low. mcuuiuiy A: KAKKI.r.Y, T,. Cn..,l en U.-(..1 ..1 Hi Untin.. tit'nim xuio mill uu ffvtijui uiji! u laiiiiun Piiuin. bavo Just recolVbU u Juryo HtocHor imjnove( VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, tho (jreatest lmplemont ever offered to farmers. The best tohneco hoes nnd tobacco barn hardware, of all kinds, aplltl s SIMON, -Dealer QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE, Glass, Cutlory, Notions, etc. No. Market Stteet.Eftbtsldo, between Sedond nnd Thlid, n21d0m MAYSVILLE.KY. THE , ELECTIONS Result in OMo Still Vory . Zloib Partlm CbtlmlBS and JfwItlKBrirtjr Hnro'al Auiy thlngc JBoHorBann 4,000 .Mtcd of Ilia Ticket ta KcittriiN and Npvciilittloim From All tuiirlr Tiio Umull tn Iowa DrnrQCK, la., Oct 10. All tha return bo far received show Democratic gains. In 180 Oarticld carried the Suite by &(,() majority, and two year ngo Governor Sherman was elected by -10,OUO majority. Now it is l)dieved here his majority will not run over 10,000 to 15,000, and it may bo even ksa than Unit At any rate, the majorities ore greatly reduced und Iowa must now bo considered in the liat of "doubtful" States. All tho return hero show Democratic gains in this portion of the State, The Denuicrata luive elected ten members oi the kjiiJiiUiitj in Dubuque, Jackson, Clinton, Clayton. Ala- m: ikec. WiniiajUick, Cluckusaw, I loy 1 nnd Buchivuan counties, six of which ore gains. It is probable Uiat Jlonnur, chuir man of tho Republican State Comiuiuo, is defeated in tlw senatorial of Bnchannn and Delaware Chicago, Oct 10. A general nummary af this hour of writing 7 a, m. the indi aro that Iowa has been wirriwl by the.Repuhlicans by lOgOOO to 15,fa Thv Democratic cains ra tlm river count ies, while kRV cotjajjatcrflio expectation of the Democratic imnqgcrs. ImScitt county, ftnr examplc fie vote was the same as for Secretary of State last year. Tho Republicans, on the other haud,ui.ule Borne Heavy leases in uio interior cuunui?, where largo gains wero expected. The Republicans of Polk county, in which Des Aloirjeackty is situated, behaved eiy handsomely. Tho otc for the Republican Temperance Court Judge, nominaUd to replace Judge Day on account of tie supposed hostility of the latter to the prohibition amendment, docs u l so fur appear to bo min-li smaller than Unit for Governor Sherman. In the Sixth Congressional District the contiat to lill tho vawthcy catued by the deatli of E. CutU, Republican, is wr clone, with tho indications slightly in favor of the Democratic candidate. Tlie returns from Ohio are coulliutiiig. Up to 2 a. in., the Republicans of county were claiming in reducing tho Democratic majority in that county to 2,500, but at 4 a. in., tho Ropiiblieati managers in Columbus, where the kour of information are better, were disposed to admit that the Democrats and their prohibition allies liad made a clean sweep, electing Houdly and a Democratic lgihlature aud carrying the Amondnient. These litst could only have been otiead by n considerafile secession of I'rohilti tionists fwm the Republican party nnd tho voting of their amendment ticket in good faith by fiii'gu numbers of both parties. luvns pout, Iu., Oct. 10. The return-of the election in this county could not Ik closed in this city until alter midnight and at 4 a. in. are in for only sirpredneW outxide. These fliat the llcpiiblicau have experienced a Bull Kuu def.'iit. Tin total for Sherman in the city and six pro einets is 1,15 l"i and Kinne ;V-S. Kvcn tin poor Reiitihlican iiop that a single mom bor of tlie lo'isl.'.turo might Ik? oavvil i-banished. Tho liepiiblican county tic!ei (1h Uiit litivw a single candidate clecteJ The ik'tnounitiu mujonty on the Stat4 twkct will exceed 3,W). H;t. 10. Win. G Hom. Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor, runs over four thousand ahead o his ticket in Cuvahaga county, which probably elects him. The Demoor.itii majority in Cuyahoga is -150, a liiibli can gain of 2,131. Rose's majority in the county is 8,700. Tlio Democratic major ity in'llamilton county ia 1,500, a lican gain of 9.00J. Dkh .Mui.nhs Oc'-10, 1 p. in. Th-Republican plurality in Iowa will probably ran?e from JW.oOO to 35,000, with tin exception of Reed for Supreme .luilge,who will be but 3,J0() to i,0W behind hw ticket The will elect twenty ot the twenty-nine Seuatore, and with the twenty hold over Senators will have forty at least of the lifty. They will also elect sixty out of the one hundred members of the House, giving them both branches ot the IxislaUiro and fifty majority on joint ballot Co&umiilm, O., Oct 10. 1 p. m. Chair man Oglevee, Republican Sti.e Commit tee, has telegraphed all hi lieutenants in the State that State and tieiet are still in doubt Cimirm m llarger, of the Democratic State voiuiuiiteu, says the lpgislature is probabtv biu claim tlie Mnate by four iiiajority. Oit.fMiuv, (Xit. 10. l'f" result of the election proven conclusively thai the (ler imiu vote Ills not left the Republican jiarty, but that the Prohibition or Sceoiul Amendment supporters traded oil' Slate tickets tor Second Aineinlvin'iitvoUjs, and tlie Republicans, if defeated, can iKtrty the mtiro hoiior of defeating them. Coi.umiws, Oct. 10. Rouirns are still coming in provokingly slow and no estimate leiug furnished hy wards and precincts now Iwing given hy louuties. 'I'l... l.,....l,lii..iii )Mtn ( Viniinittj... tttill cluim the Statu by u small majority and the Ixgislature by five to seventeen on mint ballot Tho Democratic State Committee claim Homily's election by 2,000 to (..(MX) majority, and thelx?gislatuie by. one majority. Neither side seem to le sanguine anil say to friends, "don't bet on these figures." Coj,u.Mcs, Oct 10, Returns frpni 73 wards and precincts in Hamilton county hhow a net Republican gain of 0,700. Taking the same ratio of gain for tho ba.U nnoe of the county, indicates Uoadly's between 1,500 and 1.000. and Uie mnforitv on cotintv ticket GOO to S00. This would elect that jaart of the county ticket thatiS running ahead of the State ticket " .CoLCMnus, Oct 10. Latest returns seem to indicate a Democratic majority of 5,000 and tho Legislature probably Democratic Newark, Oct 10. Sixth Ward: 13o,IIoadly 141; Second Amendment, jbs 95, no 83. . YocuoiTOWJi, Oct 10. Fwst Ward, Republican gain, 10, Fifth WaTd, Republican gain, 2t; Second Amendment, -Democratic gain, 30. Wai'AKonkta. Oct 10. First Ward: Foraker 34, Hoadlv 125; Democratic gain, 21. Firt Amendment, yes 20, no 100; Second, ves 30, no 109. Yotnostown, Oct. 10. Five wards: Foraker 229, Iloadly 171. Democratic gain, 29. Maiiietia, Oct 10. Fultonburg Foraker 36, Iloadly 71. Democratic gain. 14. Srjiisr.iAi,K, Ilainntfl Co., Oct 10. Northeast IVccinct: Fondicr 175, Iloadly 200. Democratic gain, . CouTMBUa, Oct 10, 12:25 a. m. Threo hundred and twenty-five vards and precincts ehow Dot Republican gnin of lti&ii. Tttal rotefSl)07;First;Ameadaicnt,R!;O10; Second. Amendmeut, 41,673. T2.S& &. zn. At thh hour vat qnrto oi the Stato has been heard from. Roth partita ace now chtuntng tho Statu, and from the mcagrcm imd scattering reports reocived at tlus hoar it is hard to predict tho result, and tho lateness of tho hour will prevent many more return being received befbre morning. 12:10 a. nu Three hundred and and precincts heard from at tlds hour show ajiopublican gain of L1QX First Amen dment, U4'J0;Socoad Amend -men 51,193. IHZie same rates of gains continoe throughonjjtbe Stito it indicates HoadlyJs election by over $5,000 majority and also insures tho carrying of the Second Amendment 12t"0 aj in, .Geauga county shows a Republican gain of 513. Tho first, second and third wards in Urn city of Columbus show a Republican gain o! 1 13. la.m. Partial returns from tho fifth and six, also the until wards, in Hamilton county, show a Republican gain of 82S. 1:10 a. in. Returns from wards and preciutti at this hour 5iow a Republican gain of 2,190; numlcr of votm cast 118,-597. First receivetl 17,294, Second, 01,002. SiiteeupBccinctsfn Hamilton county included ta a Republican gain of Ltt0. CotCMBes. Oct 10, 25 a. m. Fivo hundred and wards and precincts give a net Republican gain of 3,110. Number of votes cast, 163,908; First Amendment, 24.000; Second, 82093. Nino wards in Cleveland show a Republican gain oi not included in the above. .Cincinnati shows heavy Republican gaius. 3 a, m. Tho Associated Press have sent out the following: The result on tho Slate ticket Is in great doubt Chairman Bargar, of the Democratic State Committee, thinks their majority about 7,000. Republican Chairman claims the State by a small majority, but it depeuds on the result in Cincinnati and Cleveland. The impression prevails that tlie Second Amendment has carried, in which case wither committee seemingly cares for the Legislature, dovernor 1 utter concedes that tho remit devinb on Cincinnati and Cleveland. Returns are . meagre that neither party is over confident C.ilcula tion a to strong localities have U.-an on lxjth ddes. Si:; mindrid and twenty-two warts and preciiKts j;iv. a Reublica.gain of .li7. Total voUis, Fits! Am jndiiient, Su,K'tJ; Second Amendment, 92,450. IOWA. Di Moinix, Iowa, Oct 10. Keport from all ouarter how heavy Democratic gains. The Democrats are claiming the State by 5flM. The Republicans have lowered their estimate to 15,000 majority for tho Stafe ticket Slienuan'a pluralitv in 1881 was 59,929. Tho Democrats ar making grva gains. Dubuque, Iowa, Oct 10. All the river towns show great Democratic, gaiiu. The Republicans say now they will do well if they get 10,000 majority. DAVKKfORT, Iowa, Oct 10. The election in this dlctrict vassod oQ quietly, althougii tltcre was considerable excitement in tho Genuiin wards. Tho Democratic State ticket is largely ahuad. Dks Moimkm, lown, tlct 10. Marshall county 1,000 Republican majority. Floyd county goes Democratic, making a large Democratic gain. Montieello county gives 100 Democratic majority, a largo Democratic gain. l)r.s .Moinjs, Iowa, Oct 10. Ihoconntd of vote shows heavy Democratic gains. Polk county gives a small majority for Sherman. Di7iHiiJB, Iowa, Oct 10. Council Hlull's gives fixnfi 300 to 000 Republican majority. Chdak IUpiin, Iowa, Oct 10. In this district the temperance women set big lunches at all the (Milling places as a method of gainitic voters. The indications are that Linn county gives Sherman and the entire State ticket 500 majority. Di Mot.viN. Iowa, Oct 10. Council Hlull's is conceded to tho Republicans by 200 majority. Tho county is close. ' Tho city of New ton gives tho Republicans 49 plurality. .Marion, linn county, complete returns from township: Sherman, 018; Kiiiuo, 320; Weaver, 68. Davenport, Iowa, Oct 10. Scott county gives Kinne 1,117, Sherman 639. Carroll City, Carroll county: Sherman, 251; Kinne, 241. Washington City: Sherman's majority, 101. Dm Moinks, Iowa, Oct 10. Second wird, usually strong Republican, gives N "rman but 15 majority over Kinne. Dm Motats, Iowa, Oct 10, Midnight Democrats concodo tho election of Sherman by 10,000 to 15,000, but cluim the election of Hayes us Supromo Judge. Ho is running heavily ahead of his ticket Ono-half of the State ticket hi heard from. Kkokuk, la.'. Oct. 10. Lee county gives tho Democratic State ticket 1,000 majority. THE ORANGE EUTS. ' Belfast Police SmiSxii ftnr tha Ringleaders. Xaroeronn Ktrrre Eco stern Many SIimW tcttlnc to Otlieff CenU 1b Lundi. Bkij'Ast, Oct 10. Tho police of this city have been very active in ferreting out and arresting tho ringleaders of tho attack upon the Orango procession Saturday evening. A largo number ol thoso known to have been engaged in tho affair were taken into custody and will hoATigoronsry proaccuted. The feeling nmouK tlie Orangeoxin ia very bitter and has provoked frequent and street tighta. Tho coiistnbulary aro constantly on tlvo alert to prevent these demonstrations, but are not always successful even in protecting flienKclvcs. Several constables were assaulted vhilo endcjivoring to suppress a disturbance and would havo fared badly but for tho I timely arrival of jwlico aid. The rioters were disjeiyd and many arrests liavo been made. j j FRANCE. . ' Paws, Oct 10. M. do Frcycinet, of Publte Works, in an interview, strongly ooademned Premier I Kerrv for ht woklow ik of troona and money witliout sanction of tlie Chambers. I He said that the Cluneso imbroglio wouia necessarily interfere with tho British commercial interests to the extent of destroying England's) friendship for Franco, and that it was folly to scatter the army to protect unimportant intcresta abroad and wage usckw and unprontahlo war in distant countries wiiile Europe i in its present unsettled Btatc lie further expressed lib belief that tho interests of Franco demanded a policy of reconciliation and the restoration oi lvarmonious relations with all countries. Pabk, Oct 10. It is believed among the Foreign Ambaaadors here that Germany will demand from France an apology for tho insults offered King Alfonso. I'AHia, Oct 10. Tho office, of an newspaper in this city was soized by tlie police by order, it is believed, of General Cimpiiwn, the now War PULLED IN. Sir. Wanlm Involved In Trouble. London, Oct. 10. George Warden, the absconding tccretary of tho Loudon aud River Plato Bank, was arrested here. London, Oct 10. -Mark Miller & Co. havo been declared defaulters on the stock exchange This firm is one of Warden's brokers. Three or four others are expected to fail. Their exit may cause tho Committees of Inveatigatiou to look into the methods of Warden's speculations, about which ugly disclosures are probable. Such reiwrts help to make tho markets llat, aud die enormous lino of ojon accounts. Two millions of Atlantic hrst mortgage bonds, for example, have been sold to close accounts. Jobbers in tho American market owe Warden money now on some of his ventures. The shareholders of tho River Platto Batik have sent a notice forbidding the Directors to recognize tho claims of jiersons whoso securities were merely with them for safety. Law suits ure probable. LITTA'S DIAMONDS. The Icllct Conduct of u Cortitln DitceYountr .tl'ta. Bloominoto. 111., Oct 10. At tlie time of the death of Litta, the prima donna, her valuable diaiuouds and other expensive) jewelry wero placed in tlie vault for safe keeping. The Eye publishes an article which placed a young man named Rotherwell, who is a pcotoflicH clerk, in a rather bad light Ho is something of a ladies' man, and the F.yo Kays that a number of his female friends fiave for some weeks past been decorating their persons with tho precious gems of the dead songstress, which Rotlierwoll kindly took from the safe and lianded out in a rather promiscuous manner. The relatives of Litta feel liigluy indignant over P.otherwell's con duct, and are taking stops to ml lee t the jewelry from tho parties now having the wrongfully possessed property. A HEAVY LOSS. Ilnriiliiu of Larue- Torn Cuiiuluir KntnliliNtimont. KO.MK, N. Y., Oct 10. Newton Phelps' corn cannery, near McConnollsville, win. burned at 11 o clock at night, together with its contents, consisting of the entire reason's packing of corn and new and inodci n 'machinery. From 150,000 to 200,-000 cans of com were burned. There were no facilities for fighting the firo and nothing was saved. Insurance is 513,700. The loss is not known at present. Mr Phelps was not at home, he having left for New York for tho purpose of finding a market for his product. Tlie Voting In Iowa. Cuicaoo, Oct 10. Dispatches from Des Mo'ukjs, Dobuqihi, Davenport, and other Iowa points say the voting coinmsncad briskly at the opening of tho polbj and the indications point to a heavy vote and Prohibitionists aro working with might aud main aud tho liquor element is equally active und both sides confident, Republicans claiming a majority for Sherman over Kinno as high as forty thousand and Democrats claiming fifteen thousand. It is thought tho Greenback and Democrats wUl control tho Legislature by email majority, but Republicans scout tho suggestion. No disturbance 60-far reported. TEBBIBTJE CTYCLOTTE. A TTtsconslB Town Wrecked Jly n Vnrlooa YTlmd. Lt,citossK, Wis.. Oct 10. A cyclone struck Arcadia, Trcmpcleau county, at midnight, coming from tho southwest Its track was narrow and it lasted scracely fivo minntes. Everything loose went skyward. Barns, chimneys and outbuildings wero demolished and tho belfry of the Bchool house was turned into a corkscrew. Lightning struck a building and knocked out a brick wall twenty-live by thirty feet. The Northwest Episcopal Church spire was twiu'ted oft A large barn of John Bingham was blown to pieces and farm horses killed. Robertson's barn and a number of others cast of town were demolished. Several people are reported wounded by flying f ragmen tn. Many people of North Creek are reported maimed by houses being demolished in which they wero asleep. Stacks of hay and L'rain disantwarcd as by magic. De tails aro not readily obtainable at this hour. NOT TRUE. A llorrililo Now Ornvc Hob bliitMory. Rmiway, N. J., Oct 10. In Hazle- wood ocmetcry is a magnificent marble mausoleum erected by Mrs. Eliza B. Cory in memory of hor husband Louis Cory. It cost nearly $20,000, and the body of her husbaud was placed in it Not quite three years ago his widow died, aud her remains were deposited iu a niche im- mediately above tlve remains of her hus band, ino door ol the mausoleum was then scaled up. Shortly afterwards tho relative of the deceased couple quarrelled over tho division of tho property, estimated value $100,000, and on Sunday morning bist it was rumored that tho Cory iomb had been broken into and that tho body of Mrs. Cory had been stolen. A reporter ascertained that there was no truth in tlie story and tho Chief of Police who had also been investigating reached the same conclusion. BAD ACCIDENT. A Cnunriliui l'liclUc Train Smuslieil and Hurtled (tp. Ottawa, Out, Oct 10. A serious railway accident iccurred on the line of the Canadian Pacific Railway early in the morning about 150 miles northwest of this city. The nuior came first that two carloads of rafUmen had beer burned to a tinder, but further inquiry shows that the accident is not of so serious a character. From what can bo gleaned from passengers who have returned from within a short distance of Deux Rieveres, it appears that through tho breaking of an axle, three pnasengers cars on the mixed train were thrown from the track and set on fire. A large number of patnengers were on board at .the time and many had narrow escapes from death. So far as known two passengers received injuries have since died, and twelve others wero wounded. One first-class and two second-class passenger coaches were destroyed by fire, and soveral freight cars badly dainaged. A JUST VERDICT. A Coroner's Jury TUw a Ktrnnc l'ooltlou. Plili.AilxlM!tA, Pa., Oct 1( The Coroner's jury, holding an iuquest on the of thuo killed iby tlio accident at the railroad crossing at Susquehanna avenue and American street October 5th, havo brought in their verdict. ;Tlwy find tlie Uuion passenger street railroad company responsible for running cars with but one crsun to act iu the capacity of driver and conductor, and tliat Peter Schultz, driver of said car Ls criminally censurable. Tlwv also find Frank Bird, engineer of tho Philadelphia & Reading railroad tr.iui criminally censurable for Ills running his train, and also tlio Philadelphia & Reading railroad company censurable for scheduling their time at a faster rato of speed within tho city limits than is allowed by the city ordinance, and also employing an incompetent flagman at tho Susquehanna avenue crossing. A commitment was mado out for engineer Bird. Schulte will also bo committed when he leaves tho hospital. AN ENGLISH BORGIA. An Extraordinary Iolnoniuir Cao In 2reMt nrltalii. Liverpool Oct 10. A woman named Catherine Flannigan was charged before the Police Court with wholesale Her mode of operation, it seems, wus to induce people to allow her to insure their lives in her favor, then to poison them and collect the insurance money. Shu is charged with having caused tho death in this manner of scores of persons and the caso has excited so great an interes! that Sir Win. Vernon llarcourt, Home Secretary, has ordered the officers of tho Crown to have the bodies of six of the victims exhumed that their remains may lie examined by experts and the real cause of death ascertained. Indianapolis Municipal i:iellon. Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 10 The first election held under tlio new charter occurred yesterday. There was but little excitement. M"cMa.stors, Republican, is elected Mayor hy about 150 majority. The Board of Alderman stands: Republicans, 7; Democrats, il. City Council stands: Republicans, 12; Democrats, 12. with alio iu the Fourth ward, which will 'jo carried by the Republicans at the next election. Tho vote was only nbout a three-fourths vote, the largest falling off being in the Republican wards. Cattle Train Wrcclced. .TANr.svii.i.K,Wis., Oct. 10. Tho Chicago bound stock train on the C. M. & St P. It. R. broke in two and jumped the rails hero yesterday. Five cars wore demolished and sixty cattlo and hogs were killed.