• We ought to have already heard .by the Atlantic
Telegraph the result of the elections in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, and Minnesota, which took place on the 9th October. But the last telegram received before we go to press is only dated " New York, 9th October, evening," and, as usual, states only the price of gold and cotton and United States' Five-Twenties. The news will pro- bably be in our readers' hands as soon as these lines. But why is a telegram of 9th October still delayed till the 12th October ? We were told that the Newfoundland cable was all right again, but we suppose another accident has happened to it by this time. These Newfoundland cables make a rule of going wrong.