LIGHTNING FLASHES. Largo vote polled in Chicago-Fine Chicago-Fine weather in New York yester-1 yester-1 day. Klectioo quiet at Louisville. Vote light. Disagreeable rain storm at Chicago yesterday, Beautiful election weather in New York yesterday. Chicago reports several deaths yesterday yes-terday among the its sick horsos. Ward's island medical staff and nurse corps resigned on Monday. Horse disease has appeared in North Carolina and is spreading rapidly. " Stephen P. Andrews, the Pearl, was bailed on Monday night in $2,560. New York stock, gold, produoo and cotton exchange closed for election. At Tiverton, England, Massey, Liberal, is elected by thirty majority. Numerous arrests in New York, yesterday, yes-terday, for false registration and other cases. , Russia has issued orders recalling the expeditionary force marching on Khiva. Roebuck will again run for parliament parlia-ment from Sheffield in the event of a vacancy. Thomas Sully, a famous artist of Philadelphia, died yesterday, in his y )th year. Extensive wagon factory destroyed by lire, on Monday, at Knoxville, Ills. Loss $75,000. John Bctz killed Wm. Marland. on Monday, with a chair, in a bar room night at Cincinnati. At Piqna, Ohio, on Monday, James Kelley killed Charles Sohersrenker with a blow of his fist. Election very quiet in Chicago. No carriages band wagons or other similar elections accompaniments. Susan B. Anthony, and eight other women voted at Rochester, N. Y., yesterday. There were eighteen women wo-men registered iu the same district. John Scanell, of New York, who murdered Thomas Donahue on Saturday Satur-day night is closely guarded at the station house. Much indignation is expressed against him. Several political politi-cal clubs have passed resolutions in respect re-spect to Donahue's memory.