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Saturday Morning, Or(. 30,1858.
The EJilor has not yet RtBrunL but it eon
Identty epeete4 this week.
;"W take tlii eppertntiity, tVrefcrre, to inyr
Id paitfng with the Header of the Tklsofapii,
m we trwst. we shall new be permitted, that they
Art chiefly Indubtod for their moon the rant
two Weeks, to those who ha-o had charge of
this office. And eloald re be disnppoiuUd lu
ear expectation, at expresaed above, we are
till confident that the business of the office, in
the sarce reliable kand, will eontiuuo to be cou
tlucted will rqnal care aud promptness.
' Bat as to the Editor, we confess to a good deal
f eppithentJon, always when be goes away
lone, and had we even I n?pected that be con
templated 10 rnsh a step at thia time, we ccr-
taiuly should have labored with him. We have
Dot forgotten his long prcachrr.cuta to 09, on
the sublime add beautiful in res nintritnonium,
nor his eloquent pleadings in bchulf of Provi
dence, that it hi the manifest design, that all
animated oature should go out in pairs. When
lo I just as we were about to believe, '.I.ere is
some'liing io it, and sign over the unequal ute
tribotioo of these delectable blessing, off starts
the Kditor ab re uxroia abhoi-rrns, as if to
confound o", aid fraitate this beneficent design.
, Now this is not right; at least we think it is
k.i tr- 1.1 . ti . i i l 11
do, if we Lad been so blessed, but wo think , we
should not go away alouc, ever; except, pos
sibly, to quell a rebellion, or. suppress a mu
tiny, or on sortie very hazardous expedition.-
As it is, we are already engaged to take care
f the children, and let the good lady of the
loose go next time, and we donbt not, wo
hall exhibit quite as much genius at this busi
ness, as at editing. .-.'
N. B.- If the Editor tloes not return before
the next issue, we intend to advertise him under
the. head of . . ,
CLEVELAND; Oct. 25th, 1858.
x kiknd Telegraph: Considerable excite!
mem nas Deco exhibited in rsew York, Albany,
Buffalo, aud to a certain extent, in Cleveland,
regarding the great prize fight between Morris-
Bey and Ucenan, for the Championship of Amer
This barbarous display of American heathen
ism took place at Long Point, and after a bat
tle which, considering its brief duration, is un
precedented for its severity in the annuls of the
liug, was decided in favor of Morrissey, who
beat the BeniciaBoy.in eleven rounds, occupy
ing 21 minutes. It is said io the second round,
that Ileenao's flst in its search for his antagonist's
face or some other available spot upon which to
deposit a blow, came in contact with a cedar
post with sach force as to break several bones
io his left hand, thereby disabling him io a tnea-
sore from performing active doty through the
remainder of the contest. Had it been other
wise, it is confidently asserted that he would
not have come off second best.
Morrifsey, although declared victor, has been
the moat severely pumsueJ. II is uose has bceu
' T l.i 4. l t.:. r .m-.j
uiuauu, uia ujrua uiuexru; uui uis imzq mutilated
in a most frightful manner. Ueenan appears to
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WW . W VVHUV WWUU...WU, n.bU Uw V A VI Jl J
w. ettrrKt on 1 1 1 n (T Hnnn lif, n rra. ITm Tf t-
regretted that these two libel on the human
race, did not. like the killkennv cats entirelv din-
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pose of each other, and thus make room for
-. "Wm. Loyd Garrison, editor of the Liberator,
delivered a lecture at Chapin's IlaU on the 20th
inst, to a small audience. The fact of there be
ing eo few in attendance, may be attributed to
the inclemency of the weather, the night in
qaesuon oeing aarx, accompanied oy wiau and
rain. Wm. Loyd Garrison is a calm earnest
speaker who leaves no obstacle in bis path for
his hearer to climb over, bat clears the way
, completely aa be moves along.
. There is an nripinaJit- and Jentli nf tlioncht
0 4 - o
in tta illit&f .ai inn uliwh liAnp a i i.l, na tt
strong, well balanced niiad that has received
its lessons of life from actual contact wiiii its
warring and opposing interests.
The spirit of compromise with wrong is one
of those evil spirits which have never taken pos-
ooamn tit Kie flnnt Knt nnnn ltd Altai. K111.nct tka
WdW.WU W. W.W www., WH. .j'UU ..d WfW. WUIIII
pare flame of a holy love for all mankind,
lie spoke of the Americau Tract Society,
, holding in his baud a small volume which has
been ostracized by iU late action, and be asked
what were the objections which were urged
agaist it, Why it took ground in relation to
African Slavery, which would have a tendency
" to distorb the harmony which dow exists be
tween Northern and Southern brelheren, per
haps the qnestion may arine, "who was the author
at this proscribed work ! he would answer,
the -;br of the TJoiverw;, for every-word it
, eooUios was taken from the vo)ame of Inspira
tion, passages selected from the Bible, having
a particular bearing upon this subject, and he
' said io his truly Garrisouian manner that the
- saa m woman that supported the American
Tract Society, supported slavery, aod would
keldaccoatitablt before God for the crime.
IJo made an allusion to the degeneracy
the Bepublicao party, of their throwing some
f their long tried aud best men overboard, thus
the words "no mors date territory were
, longer flying at the mast head, but ia their
. places let majorities decide upon the question
slavery io the state or territory, when it seeks
- aa existence'. Its avowed principles he- .aid
(bat majorities bad no right to legislate a wtang
apon any people, aod that he should war against
slavery wherever exuding. He went heart and
t baud for the disolutioo of the Union. lie said
, that do Union should exist between right and
..wrong, it was a moral impossibility, aod that
- s blow should be struck at one. severing the
tie. wbieh bind it together.
' The speech throughout was logical and to
point, In maoy tlog bo is slightly visionary,
r and aJlhoogh some of the measures that
, advocates mer for the present be impracticable
till there is in his system of reform much that
is good. Aid fur his earnest t Hurts iu the
, canst of freedom he is e.tiiled to tie respect
r and sympathy of all true lovers of progress aod
1 that desire the ultimate of the
G. W. C.
The editor of the Ohiu Statesman, . tha
text d-y after the overwhelming defeat
, the Ikraocratii? party Iq Ohio said ha was
; proudur of Lis peuweracy tbca tL&u
had err Loeu beiora iu Lis life. , We are
' disposed ta airte with feiuj- that DenKK-ra-
, hits svllalmb, U best when wtlL whip-
G. W. C. FOND DU LAC. Wis., Oct. 23d, 1858.
Di Tac TkM : Wednesday evening 20tli,
found me at this place. To reach it from Mil
waukee, Whence I last wrote yon, I took the
La Crott 4' Mittrautcet Rood, at aboat 1 P. Vi
and after a comfortable, but not very rapid ride
of 64 miles, over a fine furming but somewhat
hilly conotry, reached what ia culled the Junc
tion, the intersection of the La Crws MUrrau-l-re,
with the Catras-a, St. rani & Fond du
Lae road, having a termination at present, at a
point on the west bank of Lake Winnebago;
known by the enphonloos name of Oshko, Tt
the month of the Wolf, or Fox River. A dis
tance of 32 miles from the junction brought me
to' this place. The opening tf the La Crors
road, was celebrated but a few (1hv( before my
arrival iu this vicinity, by a . general turn out
of the leading citizens ulong stid near the line,
includisg the military from Milwaukee, ond the
editorial fraternity mi libitum. After a passago
over this very important route to La Cross, tho
trip was continued to St. Paul, St. Anthony's
Falls, Minnehaha, and other pliicrs on the route
and in the nelghbirhood,and by a portion of
the company to Fort Sneliing, somewhat re
nowned of late by a swindling mnnrcuvro incu
bated and consuruatcd by this poor swindle of
an administration. Some of onr editorial breth
ren, aud the officers of the Rond, to whom I
brought letters, expressed tho regret that my
journey had cot brought mo a few days earlier,
that the pleasures of the excursion might have
been shared with them. I can assure you that
my regrets on this score were as earnest and
sincere as theirs appeared to be, A section of
country possessing more interest than that em
braced in this excursion, could not bo named.
The enjoyments of the occasion were spokeu of
in terms of high praise, of the purt taken by tho
R. R. Company, aud of much satisfaction at the
receptions along the route, nnd the objects of in
tereet that lay in the path of the party. The
La Crose Road is well built and well equipped,
aud the officers with whom I become acquainted,
purticolarly Mr. Jkn.mnos, of tho Freight de
partment, courteous an. geutlemanly. Should
you, Mr. 2Vo Tern, ever feel like indulging the
poetic reverence of your nature by a pilgrimage
to the ' Laughing waters," immortalized by the
geuius of a Lo.nqkeixow, let me commend you
to the La Cross Road.
The Cfci'cogo, St. Paul Fond du tac Road,
is one of thoee unfinished institutious which arc
so frequently to be met with in the west, in va
rious stages of development, from the serpen
tine ridge or embankment, with more or less
frequent intervals, to those partially fiiikhed
and equipped, like the one iu question, which
has a miming distnnce of something over 50
miles, and struggling for a troblous and uncer
tain existence, and all awaiting with trembling
hope, that "good time coming. Iho contem
plated line of this road is from Chicago by way
of Janesville, North to Lake Superior, with a
branch to St. Paul. The brauch conception
I learn, has been given up, or suspeuded, by a
competing line, aL-o running from the La Cross,
in a North Westerly direction, and but 15 or 20
miles West of this place.
Fond du Lac, where I am now stopping, with
a branch of our tribe, who have becomo deni
S20S of the place, is a city, for-sootb, of no
mean pretentions. It is nestled at the head (or
foot, as yon please,) ol Lake Winnebago, with
a level, rich surface, elevated but a little above
the luke, and eujoying a moderate harbor, form
ed by the month of the Foud du Lac River.
Its principle business is lumbering, and about
a dozen mills cutting from 25,000 to 100,000 ft
of lumber each, per week, dot the margin of the
River. The lo for this lumber are cut io tho
winter, along the rivers, emptying into the Lake,
which give access to the pineries of the inte
rior, some 250 miles, aud are run into the lake,
aud rafted by the aid of steam to tho river's
month. The city contains about 8,000 inhabi
tants. Its distance from Lake Michigan, is 40
mile3, and from Milwaukee 65 miles, ii) a north
westerly direction. It is tho county seat
Fond du Lnc County. The luke has an extent
North and South of 40 miles, and is connected
by river and canal with Green Bay and Luke
Michigan. The country west is of great beauty
and agricultural excellence, composed of priirie
and oak openings. Wheat is the natural pro
duct, and the yield, when uniijured is profitable
and satisfactory. In a favorable season, one
crop has been sufficient to pay for the land, from
which it was gathered. The past, however,
has been a most discouraging scuson. An ac
quaintance had a 15 acre tract, into which
never put a cradle. Rust was its enemy.
ready market, and good prices have been en
joyed, but nnder the present depression of busi
ness, the best wheat is worth but 65 cents, and
I saw a load sold to-dny, of fair quality, at
price, which the seller said he was ashamed
aa.nc. It waR, he admitted however, below CO.
Trade is flat, aud the winter will probably crowd
this staple commodity down to 50 ents. It
however, a cash article, and about the only one
of the locality. Money is almost out of the
question, and every species of property
comes a circulali: g medium, of which, lumber,
perhaps is the leading oue, but prices are mere
ly nominal Fond du Lac is regularly aud well
bai't, with an intelligent and cultivated society,
wiih Us graded Schools, and some half dozen
Churches of different, denominations, of which
the Congressional is perhaps the most pros
perous, and two weekly papers. It has one
the Guest Halls, for public assemblages, that
have anywhere seen out of our largest cities,
and furnibhed in a style of arthitectaal elegance
seldom met with. It was occupied oo Friday
evening by a gathering of some 600 or 700 citi
zens, drawn together to listen to an ' address
from J udge Poolittlf, of Racine, a Ilepnbli
can Senator, of whom Wisconsin has reason
be proud. His speech was mostly' a review
the so-called Democratic party, and its preteo
tcutions to apostolical succession, and tho
was not a particularly fluttering one
the delusionists, who are trying tq reconcile
barmonizo its absurdities. He likened the par
ty to a turn natvr, in the serpent line, which
he .met with recently, preserved aptly so, per
haps you woald say in spirits. It had been,
by natjre, provided with two dhttioct heads.
1 bese beads represented, in the Judge's mind,
the double-headed loco party the one
Douglas head, the other the Bcthanan, or Le
compton head, conjoining, and ruuniog iuto
I) red S' oU body aod tail. The speech was
calm, clear, matter-of-fact affair, I might
a simple record of well sustained facts, dnwo
from the hlbtory 'of the party, portraying with
a masters' band, the tergiversations and contra
dictious, whieb lave marked the coarse of
party, more etpeeta.y far the last 10 years,
pleasant steamboat -crjiiftintanc. bad boto tornv
d witb thia gentleman, while a Mp from
WdjJaugtoo to Mt. Vernon, laat spring,
tU yrttseut aacasloa afforded a favorable
portonity to renew that acquaintance, and
to measure the calibre of the man, in whom I
folt some iuterest. He spoke favorably of the
and the election of members of
There was an immense meeting in Buffalo
on Friday evening of lust week, of the
friends of tho Union Opposition Ticket for
Erie County, which is estimated by The
Commercial AJvtrlitcr (Am.) at ten thou-
eond BtrohaY Tin Iieptllic (Dem.) pro
nounces this one of the largest meetings
ever assembled In Buffalo. As no hall
conld contain but a fraction of tho throng,
several outside meetings were organized nnd
addressed by ten or twclvo speakers. Tho
numbers and spirit of this meeting, leavo
no doubt of the success of the Uuioti Tick
We Cud in the St. Louis papers an ad
dress of Governor Denver to the people of
Kansas, retiring from office. He enysthat
henceforth the continuance of pence . lu the
tcrriiory depends more on tho. people them
selves than ou the governor ; that they
Lave an abundnnce of local civil officers
elected by themselves without disturbance
or interference ; that they have just ac
complished the peaceable election of n
Legislature, and it makes no materiul , dif
ference who may be governor. Ho does
not think the territory jet prepared for a
FlM.IBCSTERISM OOINO TO TRY AOAIX.
The Cleveland Plnindenler publishes the
MOBILE, Oct. 10th, 1858.
g,R . you nre advised fiat on the 10th
day of November next, a vessel will leave
this port lor San Juan del Norte. She will
take any passengers and freight that may
offer for Nicaragua.
If yon or any persons in your neighbor
hood desires to emigrate to Central Ameri
ca, please advise me of it as soon as possi
ble, in order that passage may be secured
for you and your companions. It will le
well for you to urrivo hero three or four
Your Obedient Servant.
Col. CHAS. DOUBLEDAY.
suppose nre men
enough, and foolish euough, to follow the
fortunes of this ndventurer, whose name
ought, however, by this time, to be n syn
oniu) for failure. For the benefit of such
persons we reproduce the above, but advise
thfctu not to be misled by tho "gray eyed
man of destiny" who bos already led so
N. Y. Com. Adv.
China. The 7'imcs, Hong Kong corres
pondent says. (August 10th) : The allied
fleets had departed from Feiho. Lord El
gin and Sir M. Seymour had ' proceeded
from Shanghai to Japan. Lord Elgin had
returned to Shanghai to meet the commis
sioners that are to be sent down from Pe
kin to conduct the revision of the new tar
iff. Baron Oros nnd Mr. Reed were at
Shanghai by last advices. Count I'utiutiu
was still at Tien-lsin. At Canton ma iters
remain much the same as before aud are
most unsatisfactory. The British consu
late has again retired from Canton, nnd
only one or two foreigners arc at present
np there. Lord Elgin had requested nn
expression of the views of tho British
merchants as to the most desirable site at
Canton for the future British factory.
Cholera prevailed among the Chinese at
' Minnesota. Minnesota has gone Re
publican by a decided majority. The St.
Taul Thus of the 17th soys the Republi
cans will have from six to ten majority
the house of Representatives. The Tioneer
(Dem.) concedes the House to the Repub
cans, but thinks the Democrats will have
Tho Hon. J. Glancy Jones has accepted
the Ministry to Austria, and is so announ
ced in the Union. His friends in Wash
ington who thought he would resent it as
an indignity ore surprised. Mr. Buchanan
knows his man.
We learn from Kansas that a portion
Lawrence Company had returned from the
Sooth Platte gold mines, whose accounts
fully authenticate the reports of the exist
ence of gold alt along the South Platte
River. They prospected very extensively,
with fair success. Numbers continue
leave for the mine, with the intention
wintering on the road.
Sincii.ar In.trcctions by a Kkxtccky
Judge. In Franklin Circuit Court, Ken
tucky, Wash Evelyn has been convicted
killing Dan McCurdy, and sentenced
the penitentiary for five years. In notic
ing the case, the Fraukfort Yeoman re
marks : ' '
Judge Nuttall instructed the jury that
they believed tho prisoner was suflicieutly
drunk at the lime the ofTence was commit
ted as hot to know w hat he was doing, they
were to find him uot guilty. . The substance
of the instruction was about this; If
appeared that a man intended to commit
crime before be got drunk, ami committed
it in a state of intoxication, his drunken
ness was no excuse or palliation of the of
fence; but if, without having determined
to perpetrate a crime, be became loo drunk
to know what he was about, and in this
case committed murder, be could not
It is the decisions of such Judges that
are fast making Kentucky law a by-word.
Thb "QuAKEa Vote" at Last. The Boa
ton Journal remarks: "The long missing
Quaker vole iu Pennsylvania has beeu beard
from. It is slow, bnt sare when it tonus."
To which the Providence Journal adds:
We welcome the long expected "Quaker
vote." We missed it i U October, 1856,
and vainly looked for it in the coming No
vember. Our Quaker friends are never
fast, bnt they are famous for holding;
when they come. We should judge by
returns, that the monthly meetings must
be in a very fluurU.iug condition in Berks
county, i . -i ii
Advice it like snow; the softer it full.
aud tb longer it dwells upon, the deeper
it stuki into the mind.
Matrimony made Easy.
Thirty petitions for divorce are . now on
file in the Coort of Cotamon Pleas lor this
county, and Bcveral petitions have already
been granted at the present term. At this
rate the institution of matrimony is at a
discount. The ceremony of marriugo will
lose half Its terror and iinportnnce if the
number of divorce cases continues to in
crease. Columbus Statesman.
Trobably every county in Ohio would show
a like comparative record 5 disgrace 10 the
age, and a shame upon the State of Ohio. We
dou't know that the attention of Legislators
can bo drawn to this subject, but if they would
spend a tithe of the time in revising our divorce
laws, that they do in tho passage of laws of
doubtful conatitutionality, and still more doubt
ful practicability, great good might be done.
Our divorce laws, instead of being as they
should a protection to virtue and the murital
vow, are just the reverse, and should have their
title changed so as to read "An act for the cu-
couragi'ment of legal concubiuago, and more
particularly for the abuse of woman
It is but a Bhort time since a couple, who
had previous'y tried their fortunes iu matrimo
ny's lottery, but with ill success were negocm
ting a uuiou.aud in calculating the chances for
happiness, coucludcd that as it was so easy iu
Ohio to get a divorce they would get married
provided neither party should, iu cueo the other
lijiHfnp disnt ified. obiect to the crantins of a
divorce. Wbut is such a marriage but legal
ized concubinage T CUtr. Herald.
Cait TowssENn.TiiE Slaver, to go south
for Trial. Judge Sprogue, of the U. S
circuit court at Boston, charged tho grnud
itirv. on Friday, that the court hits no in
risdiction in the ense of Capt Townsend, of
the shiver Echo, and that the inw requires
that lie f hall be remanded to tho judicial
district where he first landed. Tho slaver
will tbcrcfore be Rent to Florida for trial,
whici) is ntarly equivalent to(h!s discharge.
This interpretation of the law, is assumed
to be thy true one, when Capt : Townsend
was first brought north by a : mistake of
Lieut Mnffit. ' " ' ;
Tho Administration and Senator Doug
las are Striking hands in tokeu of unity,
and will fight the Illinois light shoulder to
shoulder. , Vice-President Bieckenridge
has written a letter advising the Democra
cy to nnite ; one Lccompton candidate for
Congress has already withdrawn, and The
Unicn, though uot blowing the Douglas
horn, has preserved an ominious sileuce for
Ira Stout suffered the penalty of the law,
for the murder of Mr. Littles, at 20 min
utes after 3 o'clock last week Friday. His
death was not so immediate as it should
have been, but he struggled for eight or
ten minutes. '
Billiard Match A match frame of
Billiards for $500 a Ride, is' to be played
60on between Phil Tieman, of this city, and
A. P. Merritt, better kuowa as Pnrdy Mer
ritt. of New Vork. A portion of the
money lias olrendy been pnt tin as n forfeit
in case either one of the parly should back
down. The celebrated "Albany Pony"
will wait on Merritt, while George Barrin
ger will second Tieman. The game select
ed is the American four ball. The match
will doubtless be one of great interest, as
both contestant are acknowledged masters
of the cue. Cin. Com.
Emigration to Kaxsass The Kansas
City Journal of the 1st mentions that on
that day over 50 emigrant wagons left that
place for different points iu southern Kan
sas. "Among tbein were nineteen families
from the states of isconsin, Iowa Illi
nois, ond Ohio. J he land emigration to
the territory for the past two weeks has
U'en larger than at any time this year.
Tnevc seems to be a general exodus,
front'- the older western states, to the
rich farming valleys of southern Kansas.
There is not probably in all our public do
main a greater area of first cluss land for
all branches of farming stock farms, pro
duce farms, dairy, orchard and vineyard
farm, hemp, tobacco nnd cotton farms and
last, bnt not least, farms for the raising of
sheep than is to be found among the coun
ties of southern Kansas. Our city isevery
day crowded with detachments of this im
mense emigration, and there is one feature
among this moving multitude that we can
not fail to admire it is on emigration of
fathers, mothers, sons and daughters, with
all their household effects and their stock
and implements of agriculture."
A Little Boy AccinESTAixY Shoots ni3
Brother. A most heart rending accident
occurred iii the family of James L. Loop,
Esq., of Rockford, in this State, on Sun
day last. Two little boys, children of Mr.
Loop, were "playing soldier" in the sitting
room. One of them, Mat hew, had a shot
gun in his hands, which had lain in the
house several months, nneapped, and ns
every one supposed, unloaded, which, dur
ing the progress of the play, he aimed at
his brother, nnd pulled the trigger, when
it discharged, putting the whole load into
the forehead of Frank, who stood not more
thnn two feet from the muzzle of the gun.
The horror-stricken ; brother caught tho
poor boy in his arms, while the brains rap
idly oozed from the horrible wound, and iu
an hour aud a half he was dead. Frank
was a very intelligent and sprightly lad of
11 years, and idolized by his parents. The
boys had frequently played with the gun,
snapping the lock time and time again, and
felt certain that it was nu'oided.
Chicago Jour. 16th.
' Femalc Walking Match. Moutffomery
Hull, I'ritica 6tret, in ibe scene of a feuiule
pedetttrian matrti, wliicb U attracting con
siderable atteutiou from tbe fancy gentle,
men, notwithHtanding the MoniKsey and
Heenan eicitement. Two fe mules, Mr a.
Lrolert, alias Flora Temple, of i Boston,
and Martha DncLley, alias Prioress, of
Lynn, are wtilking on a rained platform for
a prize of $100 the one who walks or
Maud longest w it hout rest to be the victor.
The parties are allowed any rcfreHhments
they desire, but are not permitted to sit
dowu or leare the platform to partake.
They commenced this useful ocenpution yes
terday at twelve o'clock, and at twelve
o'clock td-dar were performing: their rounds,
iboiiL'h with evident symptoms of wearl-
uess. and Flora, at first the favorite, com
plained of having taken cold last night.
liotb pedestrians have walked sixty con
berf. drew resembles Ibe English Jockey;
Buckley's is the Bloomer. .
N. Y. Eve. Post.
Singular Desertion of a young Married
A Scotchman of tho nam of' J. J, Clark
few years ago, noon tho death of his
father (a wealthy Glasgow merchant, who
had beer, engaged in the West India trado),
beenmo possessed of a handsome fortune.
Shortly afterward he murrled a young
Scotch ludy of education, engaging man
ners, and prepossessing appearance, with
whom he came to this country about six
months ago, and otter visiting all the prin
cipal cities and plnces of iuterest, recently
went to Philadelphia and mado a sojourn
there of about three weeks, during which
period they slopped at the house of Mrs.
Stanley, No. 307 Spruce street, where Mr
Clark privately prepared himself during
the visits of his wifo among her acquain
tances. . .When ready for a start, hoi ac
companied his wife to the residence of one
her friends, and here left her under pro
tense of going to see a ship launched, when
ho returned to his boarding-house and car
ried off his baggage, Rnd with his servant
started for parts unknown, taking with him
his wife's watch and jewelery, and leaving
behind him a letter addressed to his wife,
wishing her "Good-by," nud inclosing $10.
Mrs. Clark, immediately came on to New
York. The case was given to Officer
King to work np. lie soon ascertained
that Mrs. C. hnd only i of tho $10 left,
whereupon ho invited the distracted young
lady (for she is yet only 19 years old) to
go to his house and become one of his family
while he was engaged in ferreting out Some
iuformation'fof her. The first due of the
rniinwsy was that he hud pnt np at Love
joy's Hotel nnder the name of Muir that,
with his servant, he had started for Alba
ny the day before. . Upon this discovery,
Mrs. Clark, provided with a passage tick
et, started for Albany in pursuit. On her
nrrival thore she ascertained that her faith
less liege lord had stopped one day and
night at Stnnwix Hall, and w hile there,
he had got his servant into n Mate of in
toxication, and thcii given him the slip,
starting off westward alone ; and that the
servant, on coming to his senses, had gone
In .f Ilia munlfll. ltflC fl' flit Inn'f'd
in the lightning train, and ere. this,, it is
hoped and ueneveu, sne wm iibvu ovi-rumni
Unr truant husband. : What miHiv Mr. C.
can have had for thus singularly attempt
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Oct. 25, 1858.
Case or Kidsappiso. Horace Bell, who
released his father and brother from Brad-
enburg Jail last July, committed on the
charge of running off negroes,- was taken
on Saturday from the Fair grounds at New
Albunv. I rid . without a warrant, nnd
brought into Kentucky, by Louisville offi
cers. The New Albanians became tremen
dously excited. Tho fire-bells were rung
and a large meeting held on Saturday eve-
ninsr. A hundred people have chartered
the ferry-boat Empire and talk of going to
Bradenbnrg to-ibiy to rescue Bell. An ex
press has been sent from Louisville to Brud
cuburg to place the citizens on their guard
agaiust the hostile expedition. Gov. Wil
lurd of Indiana has promised a requisition
on the Governor of Kentucky for the men
w ho captured Bell. . '
A meeting has been called here to de
nounce the proceedings of the officers in
A BLAVE OYAGE ABANDONED. It IS
not safe for the New Yorkers to ship New
Ensrlnnd sailors on tho slavtf ship. Hie
bark Isle de Cuba arrived at Boston on
Wednesday morning from the Western
Islands, in charge of L. W. Turner, the
mate, who belongs in Charlestown. The
mate aud crew ch'ppcd in New York with
out any suspicious of the real purpose of
the voyage, snpposing they were destined
fur a legitimate trading trip to the coast of
Africa On their arrival ui at. Miehonls,
all hands were called aft, when Capt. Dob
son disclosed to them his plans, saying he
was bound for the coast to obtain a cargo
of slaves, ond asked if they had any ob
iection to iro. offertnz at the same tune
irreat inducements as to their pay. They
all. however, refused to accompany him on
such a voyage, ond the captain finding the
determination of the crew could not oe
changed by any promises, and getting some
what frightened for. fear the crew would
enter a complaint ngnitist nun, lie concluded
to abandon tho vessel and the voyage.
Three men who had embarked as pnssen
gers, but who were evidently agents for the
purchase of slaves, also left the vessel, aud
Mr. Turner with his crew of eleven brought
the vessel to Boston and placed it in the
bands of the T. S. marshal. It is hoped
that the names of those who fitted her out
for her piratical voyage will be discovered.
The vessel is owned by Mr. De la Rugannre,
New York. The sailors are principally
Danes and Dutch.
Independent, has fallen off very decidedly
The ma.ss of undesirable goods in market i
very great, and prices of these ere very
heavy. This is especially the case with
woolens. Desirable silks and dress good-
are sold down to a very sranll stock, so that
prices are rtendy. Any goods, however,
' it . ii .
uciow me cnoice (juuimen are seuiug ui
sacrifice. Ribbons especially feel the effects
of the present tusie for feathers and velvet
triinniings for ladies' bonnets, nud oro dull
and heavy. Trade bag been much concen
trated .this season.' A few houses have
been doing a very Inrge busines. Many
houses have done a fair .business, but
greut many have done but poorly. . The
woolen trado lias done less than the bilk
trade, on account of its great overstock of
winter goods. Domtstio goods are iu mod
erate demand, but prices are not so firm.
The auction sales are unimportant. The
jobbers find their trade much curtailed, but
are looking wltb expectation o renewals
orders aud a later trade; an czpection
w hich is based ou the fact, that the early
purchases were limited in am u nt, and hard
ly sufficient to sinply a winter stock to
their country customers.
The fifth overland mail arrived at St.
Louis Out. 2Glb, a few hours ahead of con
tract time , : . . ,i
. Great eacitenjetit existed iu, Peoria, III.,
Tuesday, Oct. 26th, ou account of the fail
ore of Messrs Curtis & Co., bankers.
The people threatened tj mob the baukiug-
hous I.nvate re.ideuce. of tbe
I fir,a- The military bad been notified to
I jn readiness for any attack.
STRAYED from the nobscribi r.
v,I about the 14th Inst., a brown fat
, with on rmxlni button ftn th horn. A
IIImvkI rewvd will k Mid for liiformMon, hw mb. ntv W
found. HARRY HKIJlS.
AiliUnut. Oct. S7th, WH. 4S2
Ij. Benedict & Son.,
am dtillj n?ecltng their
FALL end WINTER STOCK OF
HATS and CAPS, ... ,
mmnrl.n(t Turtcty of ttvlM of f,i",VTS, S.JT and CJ.1t'
Mi. Ml HATS, tT tb Fall or 1H0S, alio all U,e Utmt Itjlel
f SOFT FELT II.1TS,
ot all fotors: Cloth, fJlnwd, tlliwh, V1tL and Fur CAPJ
tplondld aoortmni of Ui beat quality of
Ladies' and Children's Fancy Fors,
Ganta Fur Branta, Fat Gloria,
, Buffalo and Fancy Sleigh Robes. ,
Aim, a good nanrlmcnt of
Tmnfci, and Travelling Bagt, all of which w will aoU at
rtrj low pricw, at
201 Superior Street,
EW GOODS AT STEELE'S Cull
and lea them.
Goods Sold to Meet the Times.
N. B. A JonmFTiu&n WaUh Hiker will bo here to fvw
d&yi from tlic tut.
AT THE .
STORE OF J. U. WRIGHT,
RETURNING last week from New York
which i umiftuaMr lato, fnr the soAMnn, I found It much
to mj Iritorent, tint MILLIXERY GOODS could be bmitlit
23 pr cent clieiper than I ever had bought thi in before. '1 ku
.111 minwa nw i. mu imy ,xmm x verjr tow a lgiirm.
Thai mv ciiptumers ti,:iv br tuuureil of this, 1 wlnh thrm to
call autl Lxaroiua uij OOOOS, Itatnre poicliaalng wtn-wliere.
Mj atook eompria In Part of Ui following Cwoda, and will
b aM low for CASH or READY PAY.
BOSSETS.. The beat tmortmvut ever offered.
IHRBOyS.' -A &nli4- Mlretlnn, at In figure.
lfRlrSrES .Or.vs,ora.uiriorqumy. ' :i- t
EytBROIDEH T. ThU department U ununua'.lv weU filled.
COLLARS, SLEEVES 4- BASDS, at almott eogt
VELVET RIBBO.VS, of the brut quail I Its.
SHJWLES, of the lateat tylea, at the lowest Cwh Prlcoa.
Do not tall to call and examine.
Tbeaiert trA at CLOAKS U well Sited, and at eitreme
HUVF e wuus rt.u saih i h, wr bherwooo a maka.
SIl.K. VELVETS, for Donneta, all colore.
SJTIKS, . , do do .
FEATHERS, of all colore and prices.
WILLOW BASKETS, choice aMortinent.
XA.SKEE -HOTIOHS, a very good aaortinent, anch aa
hawl pin, PulT-coaibp, Back, sl-le, aad evorvUitng in the Yen
kte Notion line.
Thankful for pat favora, I solicit tbe onntlnunnce of the
aine. J. u. UlUill .
AJiUlbula, Oct. 10th, 1SS3.
JTJUS. SALISBURY & HUMPHREY,
ECLECTIC and GERMAN
I'racllce of Medicine
Haying pcrmuncntly located in ihiti plure, of
fer tlifir roieM0na- rviee to the Inhabitant of Ashtabula,
and surrounding lowuniiiji, Tor tb Cure of mil Chkomio and
Aci tk diMae ot evtry avaiie, xjym, ann coanicter, to which
the Human ayatem ia incident.
Twenty v?.u expo lunce, wouiu enable mem to nay, thai t.ier
feci confident that Colds, Coi'mim, Conhumition, IJkon
cniTKti, Kvlamoku Tohil. ntl AtiHK TtMWAT. when trealrd
In their New War. will be Mfe, atrreibfe. and reliable, and will
cure when any mean eer adopted by mortal man, can cure.
Divare of the Liver. diomacn, Ktanv, vowels, nnd Set-
vat Org tut; Treated wl'.b tlmw Kafr, fotajit, and Piuljnr
cnnceiiiraieu, na nejii"iu Rtfeiirwn ui iue nciecric suoooia,
which are uirly and pothlteiy VkUhTAiii.E.
KheuniatlMin. lurumc, lAerroua, or Acute .reared Dy
that never failing ag'it, (when properly applied.) Kt.KO
tkicity. PiMAAe of the Heart Spine, Mtirt, and Glandular
vfttemx. eucceMfutly t rented Ail bcrutulft Alfectioiia. Caueor.
and Fever Sore, generally cured.
Fema e Weaknewea. whetuer iserroaa or Urjrahlc. Chronic
or otherwise, will be cured or relieved in a abort time.
Thne near bv. can consult them a their ofhee. lormenr
occupied by Dr. McCune, opposite Brighm k I'o.'e Clothing
Hona. Tbotiee at a distance can conoult him, by Miiding in
their cae, with their full nane and age, timrked on the vial.
SiM-rial attention itai l to disease of the hTK and Eaiu
Aho to the Strai gating of Crooked l.imbd, Ac.
AflitTABCLA, Angtirt 25th, IboB.
Torrey's Infallible Door Spring.
T7IIKRE nil other Spritiirs have failed
V thl haa been fmtnd entirely reliable, an. wbereA-er In-
trmlueeu uae auporwdiHt all ottiert.
I liU phnfr can be put on and any ainonnt or ptirrr a),plieu,
r a child ten rears ol are. am i. nouallv annlicalile to cLohIiis
tiie dor or holding it o(n. Hr pi'nplr plidinsr the catcti, tlie
power can at plwure h INSTANTLY KEUOVEO, and tue
do'irallnwii to ACT E.NTIKF.I.Y KKF.E.
The Trade aupplicd uv K I. THKIIEY, llanulacturer and
Patentee. No. Plait .Street, New York. itmilll
YflSS A. E. SALISBURY,
1' L respectfully announcea to the Citizeoa of Ashtabula aod
Vicinity, that she U deHirouA of obtaining
-A. CIass In IVXxisio,
either on the I'lANO KOHTE or MKI.oUEON. Having been
unier tbe 'natruction of the beat tear hers tu
Xew Haven, Connecticut nnd New York,
and also having had ennaidonible etperionee as teacher, ahe
feels belseir fully eoinitcut to do jimtice tn any, who ma
be placed under her charge. She will also teach .
r ii O It U 17 ii II . II A s .
to those who may desire. Rooma one door South of Chan
man's Variety Store. 457
lyOTICE is hereby given that the und
I ' aizned has been appointed and qualified aa artn.lnltl
tor on the estate of -Niciiolas Cisco, late of Aibubula ( nuniy
deceau d. Ii. t AStiETT.
Ahtabula, Oct. Kth, 1B5B. , . St460
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE, Will
be sold on the premises on the day of
A. 1). lxbS, on tbe premieei. at public vendue, and at not leu
than two tbiids nf the aj'liraiM'd value tbeieof, the following
real estate, belonging to Juii C'astfc, a minor, -
Situated in the Ttwnsliip of Ashtabula,
bounded and deaeilbed aa follows, to wit: bcplnnlng In the
center of tbe North lllil.t rond, on the Kart Hue of lot Ko.
Ti, tlieuce .North, along tlie Ea,t line nf M,id lot No.' thenee
7orlli, on Um Kaat Hue 01 ehaina, and 63 links, thence VmI
chain and 6i liuaa, thence outh liarallel with tbe Eat line
of tbe farm fi.rn which this i taken to the centre of said
road, tbi-nc W esterly alon Ute centre of said road, to the
place nf begintilug, coutaiuiug lu. acres of land- The bind
is divided Into ibw. noa4w, and wood. Ibe terms aiade
kuown oo a.;liuUoa U the aubraiber.
AMAaA CASTLE, Guardian.
Ashtabula, Oct. 13th, . 4t4G0
DR. CULVER WELL
OX MANHOOD A medical cwny on
lutf, ttrtmum mud radiant tptr mf SiHrmalorrkmo
4fC wUhtmU ikouo of tutor uai oudiciutt, euuUr
iiaito, or jr rscAuMicU mppiictt.
Just Prm i8fiicD,tha 6th .ditiua. Ia a sailed eorelope, gratU
and uiakled tu au ad'inxu, pOwl-id, ou rcc?ijt of i -Umiii.
Tbla little mwVl entaiuling fiom a oelelrted number of tha
mctliciaJ prtileMiioii, (fivtwttie utrit inijurtaiit turonuatt'ip evar
MitlUliU to all pertain oturUtiuiii tiuuUU i UiMr iliynivj
cuiiditiun, or who a it cuimi'ma erf iug liutaidtti ttiir
bultu aud ha)tdit-w cuiiUiu.ug Uj tarliuulai nf an i-u
Ueiy nt;w and itt-ct miredjr lor herjiiaUiribra or rtemiual
WaHkiH, lability. Nrvnu cmm, lkjriuaiou of Hi iritu,
ol Knetv, liiwiiudv, I imiillt, luto.untary Hfiniiutl 'tlwVig
m. Juiuatrwd -t.x.it aud Mi'nio y, HiotcLiaM and l'iniji.ai on tiio
Kami, Vi If IntiieitUou, Paltit.tiou ol tu He.at, and Uodily
FroHlmtjofi of wba'a wyl4nn, iti4acii'tf .mi"' ""'J' aud
mental and pliyfical titcii'iiy. bjr mi'itwaor which evryaou
may rtira l.duMlf piivatt-ly. and ala trihtttp; tiAmua.
fi7" Ad.ii4 IT. ( H J. C KIJNK, Ut Aveuut. cor 30tli
ttr. Kaw York; Fort box. No. 4oot. Hialo'i
QALT FOR SALE By th l,iil "or
Q Pintle laurel, by - .1. HKNHAM, Jr.
- BOOTS! BOOTS! For the best
fill quiiliiy of Thick Buois, Prlndles' (nuke
w4- at the lowest Cash nitoas. Call on
Oct. btk, loba. ' KiMH - MOHRISON.
GOLD PENS Th best in market,
. . FALL STOCK.
si , . - , in 1.
rl,lli KiiliKt'rilH-r hftvinjr niiit.,T tMr fwo
JL eitabll-hmenta, and now omi-j TWO BTOttM aa the
Corner of Seneca and Superior streets,
IT'ouM rMpOtT'iHf IliTlte Ilenellfeir, anl th"W etwmt ... '
tt'K to llo.lnr, a wpH m triirtra t.lll ( Irr.l.nd,
to mil and et.ntlne tlirlr Immenae atock of the above Brntota
good., whlen eoiwptee Hi. - " 1 " " "
LarpM litcfuM Slrk of Ci, 't A Ttwk.
We bare on band m complete assortment of
WHITfi, inOtf BTOMB-WARE,
of the flnetit nnnlity, warrantrd not to crack or turn JtUew
iroin tint water mi for saio tit
Dinner. Tea and Brwkfttnt Rets?
or by the ninffte pece, aa 1" ft en he bnupht la the elt,
. e nave aieu iwniy n.e ui.ierrm jmiierue w
GOLD BAND TKA SKT9,
cnn.prMnr nianr new end ve7 rlrh .el and we feel awnreel
thai wa cm mil in .tyie ata rttre tue moat matiiuoue aa
mirer of China. AIno, nil kind, of
. and . variety of
Hon Be Furnishing Artie lei,
(CCH At .
Britannia, Alba'a anil Slhar Pl.ited Ware,
ilue ana l in chami.er ana,
Ice Ciewm Irfwn,
t . . v Water Coolrr
- ' ' 1 Lamp.,
Our Slock comprliei erery rariety of
GAS H.VI I III S,
CIIADELIEI!!, im.'.t KETii, TiKOP I.1RHTS, PArEIt fc
GLASri SHADES LM.il 1 Eli?, fte.
All nrdein for G.w FIxtua aad for flttinK op Hou.ee with
Gui Pi.s iu the city or Iu Uie uuiUbotiiif town., promptly
alteuUi'd to. ; , , .
PRICES VERY LOW FUR CASH. .' '
Onoda caiefuDy packed aud delivered at the Depota fie ef
.'o. S3J, 'iiSb 4 Wi Superior t. Cor. nf Genera,
lit CltflMfi, O.
The Old Dominion Coffee Fot !
'"THOUSANDS .f idis nrw CoITit Tot
JL. bare al endy been ai1d, at 4 the dnnnnd from all parte of
the United Mute t rnfid y on tiie ncreae. Hhervrer ia
tiodua J, it has fciveu the nrt coinlctt at bract Ion. . .
xiii: oi,i ixmiMott OFrri: pot
lake better ovfTre than it i jwnibte in ob'nin lii any ether
way beratme, by en fnt:niniiA but hnrle arranbeuH'nt, the
honeeKeeper mny boil ktr rofre for ttnf length of time without
lorn of arym, thnt wcutinn ait Ue eieiient of ilia cotfee in
tbvir natural and promotional ctitbinutioua -
TI1K M) DOMINION COFFF.13 POT
GUbH a healthy lv-nige, Jsrvmti( dyspeptic, and hillioua
fiernniia who had not dared fo one collte fur leara, have been
able tn diiuk thei- fniite beverare again when made In tbi
new iKillrr. and without ftn oordrrence any of the ld tin
nlcauril conacquenuea. it U healthy, beenuae by the e of a
condeiiner. evanration ia pt evented, and the enee can be boil
ed long enough tu releaf all the natural element a of the
berry, at d get them lu jut proportion In the beverage.
the: old mniKioN cofffe pot
la the innat economical , for nothing being lout by avapara
t;nn In boiling, ot.e fourth lean coTee in required: whi.e tbe
bcieiae la stronger, tnore fnt grant, and more deliciooa.
Titr urn no is i Ti7iv r rrrn pot
Never i':il to d IU work rich.. Cook cannot anoil your
I cup of eolft-e by neglect or foigtfulnesa. after the baa flared
tiii? oro oo.iiiMioiv coiTr.i: pot
la luauufacliu ed undt-r the patent for tne United 6 tales hj
AUTIirR, I1URNHAM k GII.ROV,
J17 a 19 .outU Tenth Street, Philadelphia.
rwf Alo, rrnnnf..rthrrfi fbf the Tnited Ltaiee of Jft-
ThVRS CF.i.KtiRATEn VATilXT JlR TlUHT Sk.LV
FALL TRACE-18 5 8.
0yg-f?rrK7 I t'ikc p'eiisorc in nay-WT-!i-2iLlii
inir tn bit friends, that I
aia now preparrd ta exhibit one of the Uicbeit, Bioit rarld air.
aasortmenla of ' 1
FALL and WINTER GOODS!
ner dUpUyed in this village, a rut cemprl In, In part as follow:
Hl'SSEU.V and CASRMCRE ROBES rich and elegant
liieli rrinlerl De Lames,
' ' Moliiiira,
Pluin and fanrv Silks,
Black Gru Do Rhinos, . ;
A Large Stock of Sheetings,
FUuttela . ,
A aupeiiortot of
Cloths, , Satinets, . ,
Ca?simeres, KeulucLy jesns,
Printed flunucln, YcaliufS.
, . ' A Uige Una of t
HOSIEltY, MITTS, CLOVES, WUTTE GOOD?, Ac, As.
A (rood aeeortmet of
Drocba, blclla. Silk and Cublimere,
All of the above I pledge myself to aell aa low, for the Mm
quality aa eaa be bought In titia city, for I' A W. Trust ia
rery unfashionable. Veiy t 1 a!kO bare a good stuck of
Boots, Shoes, Kubbers,
lluls, Capx, 'I'eus,
r , i Cofltje, Snj,'ir, Molnsses, , ..
Ac., &c., 4c.
I'leaae call and examine prices and quality, and If I doat
sell you. tbe fault iU nut be ujuje.
OctoKr 1st, 1868 JNO. P. ItOIIEHTSOy,
NEW STORE! '
Kew Gooia at tba
NEW YORK CLOTHING STORE.
A. KEU'LE a Co, Proprietors.
IOOO WE ar now opening li our Vew
COAl'S Palea Koow, forn,eily occupied by J,
COATS A. Jalcott, one door .-eulh of bLer-
OOAT9 man a Karni'e Law Orlice, tue
COA IS best aud cheapest slock of
ar eilured la thia fiace.
6111 IU S
Pa M s
Ull. bEll'LE, who la a prac
tical lailor, and baa buen
tor bve years, and ia Dow
eouuecU-d with tbe lrgeitt
CiotbiiiK tiouae iu S. Vina,
uts us Lit oasfahiuo ol fa
Clii:lea lur eelt'Cliutf and ae
cuiiag all Hie ucw sty.ea
that no other House lu Ibis
aecti u enjova. Wa Dely
Competition. Wa aik an
KiauiinaU iu of our titock.
We iett our Books ia Now
York, and of oourNe shall sell
for H eady I 'ay only, and a
aniall amount of cah will
buy a ilia of CLO'i'JJiMJ.
CO LI, AKS
TAKE NOTICE J. A,
Tulcolt - has
sold bis stork clotbiuir to A. Nelula A Co.
all tlwn wbo are inc
' abora adver
tbiue.it, tbereloia, all tlio. who are indebted to nie either br
t ..... . U 1. :!- , . . '
as it wl.l aave tbne aa - esiieiiee br so doiutf.
uu.,a w,uuk 111 Clll ai once ana SL'tt m tl.a una.
AsbUbula, Oct. 7tb, luba iun ). A. TAIX7 TT.
XF you have imy Butter, Eifs, or any
other Home Manufacture to (llanose of, take then ta
KlltVAWIl II. Bi'MKHTw.
PAPEU, ENVELOPKS, 4c. , .
MIIE KiiltKi-riUfr lias recently opened at
1 the Store ef 0. A. A made a. In AsbUbula. A larse aric4
and veiw auuerlor stock of
Wrilin Puer. Eiiveloieg. tc.,
of IIOI.YOkK MILLS llANCKAfrrOll-. which keoSera to
tbe citisens of tbts ubsoa an4 riciuily.at taiy umuarale a4
yauoe, tor Cash.
lie will eb.lt the Menl tr.wna of this eouoty, and eiobanj
bl. Kooua fur HAii!, f UAriL IeaU-ra my tmM, j mesa
selves lioui Ibis slock at belter (,uies loan ean el.rwhere e
uiuL U. A. Mt'C AW El I be
LIVINGSTON'S Travt-U in Africa,
llarpee A !r-. and J. W. Bradley, edition. Alas. sr-
C rwruMtn. and The Angel of tbe Ltewtoad, a sal (4
ixlera Bj trtVuuU- by T. B. Arthur, for sals by '
44a U TnrZ.