NIGHT REPORT. ELECTION RETURNS. 3few York. New York. 5. The "Post" says electoral elec-toral tickets for O' Conor were not to be found and at leat a few Democrats cast their votea for Greeley who would not have done so had theoe tickets baen provided. pro-vided. The impression that O'Brien will be defeated grows stronger every hour, although his friends and he himself him-self claim fabulous raaiorkie;. The race between rival candidates will probably pro-bably be much closer than has generally gene-rally been anticipated- Albany, 5. Indications are that tho Democrats and Liberals have carried this city by a reduced majority, estimated estimat-ed in the vicinity of 1,C4U. 2ew York, 7:20 p.m. One hundred and two city districts heard from give Greeley four thousand majority, indicating indicat-ing that his majority in the t-ity will not exceed 26.0U0. Kern an runs largely 1 ahead of Greeloy. iiew York, 6. Returns from forty-four forty-four towns and districts in various parts I of the State, eutside oi the city, give a ! net gain for Grant of 1,248 over the ; presidential vote of 'OS- Fourteen election elec-tion districts in the city givo Dix 1,11, Kernan 1,676. Tho fourteenth ward, Brooklyn, gives Greeley 1,347 majority; the Democrats loee 240. Ifew York city, eighth assembly district gives Greeley 4,637, Grant 3,030; tenth district, dis-trict, 3,230, Grant 2,417. Brooklyn, 5. Ten wards give Greeloy 14.bbl; Grant 10,797. New York, 5. Tbe total vote of this city is, Greeley 77,527; Grant 64, 6W. Greeley's majority y2,'J2S, against 60,-000 60,-000 for Seymour in 1S'J8. Utica, o. Ellis H. Koberts has 2,500 majority for congress. Grant's mjority in Oneida county is 3,00). iew York, 5 Buttalo gives 8,000 majority for Grant, a gain of 1,983. New York, o. Kiev on Liberals and ten liepublicans nre elected to tbo assembly from this city. Greeley's ma-ority ma-ority in Brooklyn iso,7'J6. Jiew York, 5. The "World's" estimate, esti-mate, at midnight, is that all tbe old JSortberd States, witb South Carolina and Mississippi, in all 2o3 electoral votes, have declared for Grant, leaving 113 electoral votes, all from Southern States, for Greeley. Grant will have at least 40,000 majority in this State. New York, o. Greeley is running behind Kernan. Havetneyer seems to have been elected mayor. XUlnola. Chicago, 5. The election is very quiet, with a full vote in the city, but light in tho country. Notning from tho interior. Tho polls close at 7 p in , and the votes cannot bo counted until then as the law requires a uniformity in the tickets, as in California. Xt is inipossihlo yet to tell tbe result in the city. The evening journals say the impression is that Grunt has a handsome majority in the city, but Oglesby, Kepublicnn, for governor, is doubtful. It is thought a Targe proportion of tho Germans voted for Koernor, Liberal, for governor. Chicago, "5. Tho returns from the city aud State come in very slowly; eighteen precincts of eight wards, and ono town in Cook county, give Grant a majority of 815. Tbo State has probably proba-bly gone for Grant thirty or forty thousand. thou-sand. Cliicago,6. Returns from twenty-two precincts in this city give Grunt 2,171 majority. Chicago, 5. Tbe interest in this State has centered almost wholly in the presidential presi-dential election and the Sunday liquor law, everything else has given way to these two questions, and in places where there is a large German population the anti-Sunday law intluftnce has gone to the advantage ofthe Democratic ticket. Til is makes the contest between Oglesby and Koerner for governor very clofe, and tbo complection of tho legislature may bo determined also by tbo same question. Very few returns un con-g-CFPmen have been received, and as the State has been re-district'jd no opinion can be formed from ?uch returns re-turns as havo been received for president. presi-dent. The probability is that the Ko-publicnna Ko-publicnna olect two members ut of three in this county, namely, Fnrwoll and RifO. Possibly Harmon, "Democrat, bents Ward, in tho second district. Hurl hurt, Republican, is elected in tho fourth district ; alao Marshall Democrat, in the l'.Hb, or southern part ot tbe State, and Knapp, Liberal, in the llth dittricl. ' Hanly, Ropublioan, in tho Oth, and Burchardt, Kepublicnn, in tho 5th, members of tlio present congress, con-gress, are re-elected. McNulta, in the 13th is probably elected. There are nineteen districts in all, and in theso the the liepublicans certainly elect twelvo members. i Hint". Portland, Mo., a. Grant'E net gain in Portland over tlio vote in Septcmbor is 9t4; in Lewiston, 272. . - : New Hampshire. 1 Niishau, N. H., 5. Tho Republicans claim tlio State by 1,500 to 2,000. Concord, 6. Eighty towns givo Grant 17,066; Greeley 14.2S0 ; scattering l,t70. Concord, 6. Ninety-nine towns givo Grant 19,131, Greeloy 16,214. Tbo State gives Grant over 4,000 mujority. , Rhode Inland. Providence, B- L, 5. Rhode Island rives Grant en increased majority, and elects both Republican congressmen. Majority 2,713. Providenc, 5 Rhode Island, complete, com-plete, except Block Island, givo Grant 13,578, Greoley 5,30-3. In the 1st congressional con-gressional district Eanios, Republican, has B,Jo4; Davis, Democrat, a, 134. ( 5. In twenty wards ! Grant's majority is 30,000. .Nine wards to hear from, Pittsburgh, 5. Tho Republican Majority Ma-jority in Ailodhany oounty will approximate approxi-mate to 18.000; twolvo wards in Pittsburgh Pitts-burgh give Grant 4,426, Greeloy 1,810. Pniladelpbia, 6. Grant's majority in this city, except iu the 28th ward, is 43,306, He carried every ward in the city. . ailchlyn.n. Detroit, 5. Indications nrothat Michigan Mich-igan will give the liepublicans a majority major-ity of at least 30.000. Detroit, 6, Seventy-tlve small towns and villages, in this Slate, give Grant 8,000; no cities heard from. Detroit, 5. Michigan gives Grant 80,000, South Carolina. Charleston, 5. Returns from various portions of South Carolina indicate that Grnnt has carried the State by a heavy majority. Twelve ol the fourteen precincts pre-cincts in Charleston give Grant 1,500 majority. VlrplufA. Alexandria. Va. . Tho vote between Greeley and Grant is a lie. Harris, conservative, con-servative, in the Tth district is elected to congress. Hunton, conservative, in tho klti district, ii also pUotod, itichnuind, Va., a. Virginia Is con-! con-! ceded to GroH-'y by tiva thousand. ! Slowell and Plntt, Republicans, are reelected re-elected to congress. Ohio. Cincinnati. 4 Twenty wnrds and racir.cW ehow o2 Republican (tain over tno Sluto election, t-.roiinr changes in the rod ofthe county reduce tlx Democratic Demo-cratic majority to 1,-10. Columbus, O., ' The returns so far revived ir.dksle that Gram's majority in tbo Stie wi(l be j't.iUt. Toledo, O., 5. ln Indies voted in tho 3rd ward. Several ort'ered ballots in the 1st ward, but the judges declined to receive them. This chy give Grant 1,(XX majority, which wiii be increased to rVOU m the county. Milwaukee, S. The Democrats concede con-cede the Republican insioritv in the State to be in. AO to 15.iVo. Greeley's majority in this city is 2,11. ililwauke, 5. One hundred and i ft ft t uwns. outside of Milwaukee, give Gant ?,'l. lndta.UK. Indianapolis, o. The Democratic Stale central commille concede Ihe t Sialo Republican by in.OXt : The Re-1 Re-1 publican CT-imutte claim 20.0CO. There is a heavy Dcmocrntic Us in this city ovr the vote ol" October. It. Jiatiap'iis, -, Thn liepubii.-an central oorcmillre claim their ma'ority ia tn.- Su:e lo bo In.Ao to l-i,A.t. the Democratic central oomtaitlee concede he State by D?? Moinp-s, o Tlie indications are th.-il Grant has carried the Suite by 40,- lubu.iue, Ia-, ; Tts Republican Sla'-o cvn'.rai Cui..u:iltce J.iim tae ttle by ''luC, ar.J the congressmen a'.l Re-pubheat, Re-pubheat, although the second. Cotton's Ji.-lrict, was, vry oiote- Dos M in.-5, 5. Speuitls to the "State Register" indicate that Graat'i majority in Iowa is between and 00,000.