Newspaper Page Text
W. C. GOULD. Editor.
EATON O., NOV. , 184.
taTThe following lettere eontaininj valuable
nelocur, Ufa been returned to thiaofllce, from
thead Utter Office, if not called for within
thirty days, they will again be cent to the depart-
mnt at waamngion.
Widow O'Brien, care of
W. C. GOULD. P. M.
rsfWe notice a number of ourdemocratic ex-1
Mshang are in favor of an extra aession of the
: Legislature, and axpr, hope, that Governor
usdill win can luuBvuor " i l
.fth StaU. for the Dunjose f Ukiug into eon-
iderationthe4iffioultiea which oppress we poo-
give no evidence of improvement, unlea some
tamedy is proposed and carried out by the law-
uVJ.1.MMarHl.!4IlU. H1DTBXDICM lm.
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v. it th. foirhlatura ll eallaa togetner, wej
-the diffiultiaa. W entertain no such appro-
hensions-we believe tne commercial r"""""
which haa been eramping the energiea of the
neopl and oppressing trade and enterprise, haa
. n t& i 1
suggested. IU own remeay, ana we aoumui...
th Legislature an opportunity we ...
would be peedily applied. Let n try the mat-
cm-Tne Mail Agent. Jon Kaa, Esq.,
,ourlUilrod,iaarortunate,awell as a very
Hi lor of go i nemonstratea
in almost every act of his life and hie epicurean
carOurroad continues to increase in public
favor and Ita earnings rer tne last erei. ur
in tAA hSmtn take far a wife a lady
rT? . . t, ... In nmmer's heat
by tne name oi
' a m k. K.. on hand a aflod supdIt
of that delicious artlole Bsar eof, t y noth-
inr of the nil' Long may he lire to enjoy bl
will compare favorably with those of any
road of similar length in the eountry. The man
agement of it affair i controlled by an efficient
; Directory and one of th best Presidents in th
country. The Passenger Trains are under the
-conauetorship of those popular conductor Wasb-
bum A Gaansrsn, who har no superiors ana ia
. ken altogether our road la hard to beat.
The Martha Washington Case.
ii. IL . iimatis interminabilitr. On the
STth of November, the trial of the partiea now nn-
Thi caw. whioh ha a -
tier bond, takeeplaoe .at Helena.
we unaemenotnat vapva.u uauw -"T .
tMrid under kail ln.0Oy, leave. ,or
lace tne mumo uae
Ho -day or to-morrow, to
or to-morrow, w w hw mwv 7
There is much sympathy for Cant. and
scathed HalltotofMlbU ao-
quittal. Cin. JEno. 87AJt.
The Jtamurrr bt refleou public aenument,
we believe, when it say tha Mtha Wsb-
intonC.ae ha.bacomabore,bui,wh lethe
public i disgusted with theipparent pwieni-
turn, whit must the condition or the deieno-
ant be, who are called upon to go to a dis-
tant state for the purpose of defending their
ui mwvi.p .im .... b
:nuenuo aim muuo, iiu.
what remuneration win iney reocio i
. . , i- - . Adhlintf aiia of
toe sirangeai pv .
of our country. Thi cse present a memo
tn, 'MiiM. sad we csonot but ioin the En-1
. n..i.:.nn..aa viii
yurtr in .eying ..., wV - -
.v. ... f Ik Uv nnaiatll1."
J, , " , ? ' , . mnn-
If the defendant. re acquitted, what reman-
ration wfll they receive for all the time lot.
--anxiety and expense incurred' The gratifying
vprivile-e of enjoying freedom to wnder forth
poor and' penniless, with the mieiro lurking
in the mind of hundred tht, notwithsuno-
v.r .-..,.;!, n.l lh.l
ing uioit BC4uiiwi ub.uic
are guilty! Glorious remuneration. Snob tat-
iifaction i poor recompense.
. 15"'- Retolvei. That the doctrine that ANT
HUMAN LAW is a finality, and not subject .to
ia dantrenma to the libertiee ot oar people. "
rwtburg Aanoaat irrMsou rwjvrm, loos.
a-rff MiiwiMii th ahmre in tha mavM-1
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who denounce o loudly th repeal of the Mi-
aouri Compromise. Comment npon the course
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shame, cause the crimson tide to mantle toeir
cheeks. We advise the hypocritical, canting
.i;i:.;.n. ntih finii aehnnl a look nn.
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on the picture snd blush for their couwe.-
The men who sustained the bve resolsUon,
now declare that the Missouri restriction
"Oh, consistency, thou rt a Jewel." '
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11 CI BILL,
now declare tbat tho Missouri retrictioo
1851, upon popular sovereignty w a finality,
... uponwiTcb it wss sacrilegious to lay hands!
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and tbe excessive stringency in 1
our enterprising young friends J. A.
a. r. !!! iM. thm a1rt antl Makin
tx. i" "i
every poswwe rrangemeni lor tne ccommo-
dalion of Urerr numeroo friends and custom-
era. Tbey haro recently ta connection with
Messrs. T. H. Rotssxl D. Lssb purchased
the large, aid ard, stock of Marsh S, Lock-
wood, on Mam Street which will eiuble them
- with their .niMdiA adduioaa now receivine
....- mf iwatnm in hnfh
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.price ana raneiy.. .we ntte feoen-y t.aen
great pain, in examining their tock and wiH
waigama. v -.. i,in uiej im w
ire indnoenienl ia tbe wy of gentlemanly
deportment ano great bargauu. Give them
-a h r h... i,.m
ETBnrwn m Co. nav just reeerred
. , . - -not I , . , .
assure all and country merchants in particular,
- eompriaiBg rlctoriue, wrirtleta, mufl'. and ether
' weariJig aftiel.a, to kMP tM der eraatoxea
. warm, but afUr aU Uking iato conaiaeretion
comfort sad lk of tb fin furs, wU wager
' big aepU' thare? nething would, make ametef
Vtie.o ao comfertaH aa a gentUman' -arm!
. Xadiaa call and examine tbe furs, and teeur.
portion of them If you cannot th arm: .
ras-On of tha moat diatraarunr gim of eui-
eidt ever recorded, occurred Id out riolnity oa
morning tht SSth of October. Isaac
second ooa ofth 1st Hon. Pane Sriosiia,
committed mield by hanging himself in the
Barn to a rafter. Tb Toung man at the tim r I
hit father! death, was tor; km, not expected to
recover, by the tame dleeaae, Flux, of which nil
father died. The Intelllgeno ef toe mi
raavament wai ken from him until the morning
of the day upon which the funeral wi to take
place, when it waa found iinpoeeible to longer
conceal the matter, and 'deemed beet upon con-
sultation to inform him of the fret of hi father I
. h , . tt eoneeqoeneea. The in
j,,,,, w e0mmun!oated, end although no
nulu wera immediately peroeptible,
. tnr4rt hii reeorery, which waa rather
lowlr. hU mind was unstaadr, and there ssesaed
nothing in this world for wMco n ear s w.j
the abject of ntanean' nwiea
i - .A v. nlr Immd to reat bv
.. ... , .i L ii. Mn nnl The
h father's a,d. In the green grar yard. The
lavntlnii and atUntlon Of a fond mother ana toe I
. who klndl endeavored to win
hig thoabts from wief, produced no effect-hl
fithr world had 1 it. charm-
the grave to nim was tue iwrow pio I
.fc A,.lh .v. teat boon to weary
ni, gi.Teu, and by hi own hand, h obtoinea
wht HeaTen denied hi longing heart, xue
clMprcKnt, t theme for reBeotlon. He who
tompen jurt th Mercy, ha now the case in
i s. MH.m1.HiMl Ihll nun
,t.immwuuur-.. 3 .
. , --.ij .hmiM hare been
bright nd fair, became o soon disgusted with
.fc , threw himself rashly intoan untried ex-
(.fenc,. May Heaven comlbrt the strioaen mother
. ,mii ,nd the oil of eonsolation into I
. . . . f , na M, fte jy, the
aTmpathie.0f ourcitixen. I
We do not jutify uiolde, but ther are eir-
,omjt,nce, .ometimea thrown around n in thi
... . a . . i j awt. ina
Inchest boon Heaven could bestow, and yeT the
coveted oroe or rest eiuae. tu grp
weary mortal, ana irom raw w,
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ses dissolution, uutu eompciiea uy
from which there i no recovery. It
m.r not fca nrofitabla to aneculate a few momenta
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nd compelled him to perpetrate the act which
terminated hi xistence, o far a this lire is
1 concerned, ana nTea ni iste m m uue wj
thstomb. We can ee no difference between the
suicide whoeonsumeshislifeby frequent noia-
.v.. .i. wh th. mind to a stand.
and causes a feeling of astonishment to tremble
L. .r...m. Thev who "shuffle off this
mrui eoil- hr their own hand, with the aid of
a halter, poison, or any other contrivance or im-
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nlement. evince rashness and utter aisregaro
Lf eonseqoenoes. tearful to contemplate. But
rears to eomplet that which, th more determin.
ed mind aocorapliahe by one rash act, in wnion
the lawaof bis existence are suspended and he
is ushered Into Eternity. Suloide re of com-
man occurrence, yet they are not often seen in
at.hnw(hoaiAt. or. at least for yean
U.. u ft- P,,..r.ft anJ mnersti.
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.inn. men wnuia laranwn ana uie who uiucu
nun. uicu wiwiu i.t wn. uu ......
. ' . com ' the B0W H, down at
J night to obtain rest and sleep away the care of
Ithaday. If death ia but the night between thi
I . il a. a.. -M -I -A... . . 0
mi u iramr .i
Itbeelethewwith aniMiry terrersf -laitbe.
it ne " , ' " . .. .
cu of It. arrainrgj B an, sleep Aould be
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terrible, wr w are not certain at .
day that w hU ever see the dawn or another
morn, and ret, we enter the shades of the night
L-n.rftMnli.nM. wh. tha maann mnst
L obrion to'eTerrreaectingmlnd, therefore.we
present. useu in .1 ..u..
nave oeen uugnt to associate Wiu umw u
Ll.aVMaa. .f .ha mm nm,ntinn - tliA rmarlincrl
ana irom tue8. vu.ug, .u. r.vi..
worse than all, there ia an uncertainty about our
future condition, which in other age of the world
j..,i . .J
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tied into terror for the purpose, andaaameana
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L. ....... , . "a '
nnnn ina in inna s.i li m irinirKu. rnaau nuuni nkibi rAm
Lu-.i-vi-of B()TetatiollaBa Reaaon have d
much of these relic of the daTker agea,
but still, there hsn by desth, terror which
not, in our opinion, clothe the paasage into
i new w u -
that, to die was but to enter a new life, and tbat
the grave was but the night between this lire ana
the new existence, and death but the deep, th
srave and death would be robbed of their ter-
ana thf mind woul(1 then, with plea.
Itionana supemiKiuu oa.e umtU
ligious opinions, we are sorry to say more tuau
tt... .Kn.,M nni.r an niwnmatajiflaa. Weahould
and the accompliahment of some purpose, and
that to observe hi laws, and do good unto
fellow-man. would ensure a nappy existenoe
I nATond the era re. and that death wa out in
raTn Odd Fcuowi' Lmaanr Casut."
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the reputation tbe work has acquired. We
sorry that more eopiesof the"0sket"donotooroe
of I to our town. There is certainly no periodical
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I Wilt VVlupCal V wia v w jiviivivbw -
day. Term. 2 per annum. Pnblialied in Onein-
Mu jk.w n ... Ti n
I UU.. UUIK. HI I. . M'MVMMV, ...
of to our town. There 1 certainly no periodical
which can pror more acceptable to members
tb. Order that, tb. OaakeV Uctet,
" A fashionable TU Is an indispensable
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0 j article 1 a gentleman a attire at .ne prewn,
and th, best pise w knew of at which to
m(sh . gat, ia Jaavu A FxiacBitD'a, 149 Main
street Their styles are very beautiful, highly
rashionabl and of eours mucn admirea.
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rEptenre. and U other, who matt Cinein-
to M0 attlrt me Ql,a " lnw
1. 1 . tr..!,. u.r U...V M.iwlh
l! "' oul"'UUI ot-.--.-. -"-is
Ulaeinaeaaon.wiUalwaraflnd tbe beat at
.1Mllt thA ,, wmUlm m - .h.
nti. of Ba.to.. Sam Wat.
tha rlUr atrard "Kn . Ta. Bn. lineal
i form no smatl part of tne attractions. Ivoogmayi
a . ;
rrGoad aictute. like ood Wife, need
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puffing. Let Uiepub noeaii atBau'i ug-
a Uerrean Gallery. No. 10 Wert Fifth Street.
,14 have their likene Uken in aiturtic
tha tJrXnArrsT Saloon la qnit a plae of
a laortbr too who lor good Oyatera "Jl
Immures to keep oe,hnd a wpplyof thabest,
Und bia eaatMr aay that nooa finer, tatter,
a fraaheser larger are to be found In all thi. land.
JOttehima call. . ',. i '.
Th Earning or the Satan Hamilton u
Wedneeday road far 8 month of the Fiaoal Tom 154, ton),
frit thoio of tto eomojondint period In
1858, are MtuUowat
t434 T '
, 10,71 08
f ,S It
In 1888 the receipt war on t milea of road:
io 1854 the receipts sre en 88 mile; the- latter
being the actual length ef the Eaton and Hamil
ton Eoad. j .
DAPT.-Udiasl yon who wear r long
dreaaea, not quite amounting to a train, out m a
Mhlr war to sweD the dust or dramrle in the mud,
be careful when yon lift the graceful akirt.whlch,
l wbeeom , ,Bth,draVing.room,iaineon.
i .l. -ty., th.t am npna.rd with
ih.t nniltod nnmentionable of a neat nattern, er a
muslin erf undimmed whitonesa. Nothinj wabe
adornments, pay neregaratoauinaiiseipuiBu
to the public ease. Nothing la more execrable
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of more heinous offence ginst tha dear
creature who lift their drewe up to tbir
Mtnee, to now meir preuy encics, uian suoo
sacrilegious innendoe tgainat the tamlr,
Durity of their Irowserloont! Gtoaa mast
. . . ..
bar been sorely tried and disappointed by
me fait aam.ei ,nd ; j,;, wrath t down
L bil,er lnil)(1 iga jDlt tne w D0e Mce
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whn are mora Binned ea nit than linnioff. Uh
6MflB you nMghty fcn0w, if you persist in
i . ,OTfn, Wmgl abont th(J Miu
wbat will become or yon in your old dtyat
a show or aluitubnees oeneata a rooe oi
cashmere, (ilk or satin.
CT Tbu talk Bimrrrr of the Cincinnati
Enqutrtr," and we'll bet big pumpkin
that he' been looking where b badn't otter,
TheDtyton Empire say t The dead head
yttem i juit now tb lubjest of "brown
itBdy with railroad men, nd the probability
j, tbat tb axe will be applied to the loot of
me tree, m en, lei tne oiow ion ii nurosu
men thty tra grnting a charity to the
tbe nad Mitt iIKtt tfae gratuity im
mediately. The probability i that railraad
will oon tnd upon their own merit, and
rill lie down, whan oocasion require a re-
Icumbent position, without the aid of bolster
I This Is Just it ihould be we like th thing
I a ftn. L.!ll . 3 ! it.
7 Ple" DU1" "
oo:mtry, nd hi mt.ined them ever line
they were in running order, and it i folly for
the m.nager of these institution to talk about
I . . .. i ,1 a mi
tapping ojf gnauutt m press ; i oere t
I m . . a a ana. ' t 11 111
run aneao i ine roiiowing irom ino Aioany
Atlu. is a teniible IS it i true reid it :
"Editor pav, and pay gloriously for all the
wa hive traveled inoui
favor ihown them
.nAl' , mi.. fre. of .., durini. ,h. .,! five
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"a rt T? 15 .'l S J? ''K:
tbol 8,,,,, railroad which run to that
Irillage would lose two-third of its pleasure
I Uaaial A am, saM riV MB I la ttti jail if n namfi
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head i n ill-bred donkey. He neither know
good ene nor gntitode.' The artide which
Tribune last aummer, with regard to the Crys-
,al paiacef increited the businet of ill the
steamboats and railroads fi Ity per cent,
Some of on i csDslists talk of shutting down
. . k,. . ..
country tbt would py exnerue roi one con
"Dead Heads." Descent Upon A Gang of Counterfeiters by
Officer Csrby, Bloom nd Parker returned
i toWI1 yesterday flerneon, after hying sue
cessfully mad a descent upon a connterfeil
den in Madison, Indiana. Th particulars,
we gleaned them from the officers, ire these:
Informstion wss received a few day tince
hich induced the authorities of this city to
dispatch a force of thetr most trust- worthy po
nee to Msdison. They arrived there oo
Wednesday, and in the evening etin upon
the information they received, went to abous
' "u"u" fr
h, pauiru n iinaui o-juc, u u -i.o, mu.t
jan. Havden. whom they instantly srrested,
Mi. Haydep, boweve r, after a desperate ef-
fort, broke from tne onicers ana rushed to
succteaea in securing meir pnwncrs, wnen
mn nmet wiinsm Boyd entered and W.l
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jten wa some one thousand dollars worth
our 0f counterfeit money in twentie on the Bmk
lot lennessee, tens on the boutnorn Hank
aeiuucar, aim ones vu ids riiunri uavu
Kantuekr. nnon thoir iwranna and nremiaea.
A small box containing bogu dimes, and the
mould to cast them, wss lso found npon the
ell, with the evident intention of throwing
a package into if. sbe.however, did not suc
ceed, and notwithstanding the scratched with
the vigor or a Kilkenny cat, he wi again se
cured, and the roll, which proved to be court
terleit bink-billi. The officer bad barely
I premises j also a plate upon which the ten
" Southern Bank wa. executed, and another
0f the denomination of one dolUr on tbe same
I bank. A quantity of composition, msde
block tin and lesd, for the bogus money, was
j. The iwntie onina uani
were badly executed, ss were
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ihvihi ui imriiuDri piub iin wu, un
tb Southern Bsnk were calculated todeceive,
block tin and I
of lo discovered.
Tb officer sccompluhed their work in
masterly manner, and deserve muck credit.
Tbe prisoners, sfter undergoing a preliminary
examination, were committed, and will 0
tried next March. Cin.Enq. 27iA mat
get The following description of thi place, to
ward which tbe attention of the world ia now
directed, wUken from McCullough' Caaattesr
'.dV V. VL,- . . ,"""....' w
' European Russia, on the west coast of Crimea.
bl. . M B,fc wniluae
dee. 80 min. east, Populstion fluotusting,
M. n. .l. : i
icon.iauug uiiuciuaiiT oi tuv rariiwn, anu
that tha various individusls connected with the
fleet. Sebxtopol Und. on a creek, on tbe
"! i u the finwt by -in
U9 "V" .. .T
un within s short di.Unee of the bottom, near
ISckerman, from ex to eight falboms waters
. 1 no wa j uenuuco nyairoug iur on uum
no sides the entrance. Merchsntmen are excln-
I AmA trnm ftKi)l nrtrtl mnA it Yt at at Kawnnrvia flit
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principal atatmnoftbe Russun fleet In
Di..krc. a. ..'-u. ..j 1 1-1..:
1 uwvt wm. rntw w iud auu iekuih, ihw.,
seating each other at rish tangle; boomax
tremely good, and built in the modern Italian
tyt;e principal edifices, admiralty,' sraentl,
hospital, barracks, Ac. '. The calcareous rock
it Jiktrmin, (town of Cavern.) in tb vicin
ity of Sebutopel, have been cut into the moat
xiraorutjn.ry cavern, prnther.ipto cn.pei.
mon.iierics, ceris, etc., "whichby their mul-
tipiiouy ana muicacy, astonisa aae oonivunu
Another Arrest in the Great New York Forgery
Case—Lyman Cole on the way
Case—Lyman Cole on the way to New York under charge of Sidney C. Burton and
The teletrraDh briefly wformed o yesterday
of the arreatof Lvman Cola, oae ol the Marti I
: ' . . ' . - . i
Wutiugtm. wnspiraiore, who, reeni, I
the great forgery ess in New York. It seems,
from the Cleveland HeruU. from which, we
tke the following particulars, that Cole wis
arrested tender lb auspices of th celebrated
Barton, of Ohio City, and officer Bruce, or mis
city Cm. But. 291.
"Burton eommenerd "plsntirrg hi corn" at
virion spots, whteh promised n harvest On
hi investigation, it wa uiecovereo mat coie
At i witi a
often came from the direction of Pittibnrg on
tha Railroad, which ke would leave at Bedford
twelve mile from thi city, where a buggy
would be in redinea to convey bim into the
country leriy. At owct lime., wiie wouw
City, wnera a DUggy wouia or naj 1UL
conveyance aootherly into the eountry. Bar
ton then made cautious inqnirie at the Post
Office of Chagrin Fall, nd found in the post
master at tbat Disce a vaiuaoi assistant in nis
plsns. Cole and wife cams to the township
of Cbsgrin F.lli last Jon, and toon board
itb a preacher named A Benny, a mile ana
hiirrrom tha village. Mrs. uole ni remain
ed there ince, but Cole hi been dodging
tbontf now bete, and now theie. Letter
bar been received by hi wife from Cole
through th Chagrin post office, snd have been
answered by her, directed to variou point.
Lsst Monday Burton laid his plsns at Chagrin
Fall to catch Cole, and having telegraphed to
Bruen. that otsoer arrived here yesterday morn
int. A warrant was procured snd put in th
hands of officer Wm. R. Simmonds, of thie
oity. and the three left forChsgrin Falls. On
arriving near Mr. Ben tleys house, Simmonds
led the camsge, snd going to us bouse, in
quired for "fresh butter," but it must be no
ted. the summer ha been very dry, and it is
not surprising thatSimmonds failed to secure it
Unfortunately, too, be did not see Cole. The
officer then drove their carriage into the
wood, and Burton and Simmondi baring, b
crawling on their hands nd knees at least
twenty rod, secured a position which com
manded a full view sf Bentley home, after
lying quiet (bout two hour and a hair, their
patience was rewarded by seeing Cole enter
the bouse. Burton wa on look-out, and
Brnen and Simmcnda Tiaited the houie to
cure Cole, which to quickly done. Mrs. C.
on sgsm seeing Bimmoncs, nsturaiiy remark
d. "that'a the butter you were after I" Cole
wa brought in the city, and last night placed
in Jail. On thi afternoon's train Burton and
Bruen leave with their prisoner forNcw York.
Ohio Congressional Election—Full Retutns.
The Democrat have carried every Congres
sional Tliatriet in. tha State, aavu itaentv-aaut'
Hootah for our side 1 1
1. Timothy C. Dsy, Onposnion.
2. J. Scott Harrison, Fusion, K. N.
8. Levis D. Campbell, Fusion.
4. M. H. Nichola, Oppoaitiqii.
5. J.R. Emrie, Opposition.
6. R. Mott, Opposition.
7. Aaron Harlan, Fusion.
8. Benjamin Stanton, Fusion.
9. Cooper K. Watson, Fusion.
10. O. F. Moore, Fusion.
1 1. Horic V. Horton, Fusion, and K N.
12. Sam Galliwty, Fusion, snd K. N.
13. John Sherman, Fusion. '
14. Philemon Bliss, Fusion.
16. Wm. R. Snspp, Fusion snd K. N.
16. Edward Ball, Fusion.
17. Cb.rle. J. Albright, Fusion.
18. Benjamin F. Letter, Fusion.
19. Edwsid Wide, Fusion.
20. Joshua R. Gideings, Fusion.
21. J. A. Bingham, Fu.ion and K. N.
Ohio Congressional Election—Full Retutns. The Present Position of the Armies at Sebastopol.
Tbe London Time conclude an article on
this subject ss follows :
"For the present, it ia cumcient to know
that there ia no obstacle between tbe fortress
and the armiei about to assail it; for, a th
armies bsve crossed the ridge between Sebaa
topol and Balak.ava, and driven tbe chief
body oi th enemy into tne interior, it mar oe
assumed thitthe huh eround iuthe'rearofthe
plica itself will not be oocupied by any Wit
bo ir of Russian troeni. Sebsstopol is in re-
a tv an onen town In the rear, except in
ur a. this deficiency in ita defemea baa been
luonlied bv external firewerk or detaohed
lor Is ( but it ha certainly no oastions or wan
eircumvallstion auch contitut a regn-
larlv fortified iilace. which can oppose a cer-
tain rwistanceto an army for gi en number
Of days. The whole strength of Sebattopoi
Ilea m Its ions, ana ineko loin uae uuuuuui-
ii.. i . . . . r j. i... . ...i
euiy ofen caicuiaieu mr ucioip uj torn i.iucr
than by land. Under these circumstsnces,
the oroverbial military expression that 'a place
invested u place taken,' may probably
applied with great justice. Sebstopol mut
now oecnecTuaity invested oy inn ana e,
and much more effectually than u the aiucs
hsd been besun on the northern side of the
harbor . leavin lhe south coast open lor rem-1
forcementi or for retreat. The plan of the
eamnairn. aa we now more clearly understand
-. .T.... .... . i - r . , .,
iu inuicam tne nana ui maaieri nu ei-1
though the publio have been disappointed
tbat audden and unlooked-for triumph ,they
will find that tha end will be accomplished
with equal certainty by the mors patient op.
Derations of regular wariare."
A Large Democratic Army.
T i .. -1 .: I-.t.
sn we raceni eicciiuiia iu tuo uiicv aicai
States of Ohio, Indian, and Penn.y)rMi..th.
pmper.tio prty,.Ubougb defe.ted by a com-
him t inn ni i th tsmi. ucTinni and naniM
- w" v r
in tbe country, polled a vote of which it may
well be proud.' In round numbers the cu.
d!!-!"'.!. - ' 10 noA n..i.
f)h. ' 120 000
cretie party ia yet true to rtUme-honoredpnn
Thi shows tbat tee great bulk of the Dem
ciples, altboBgb few
wa ndered off "af ir .trang god." no other
party singly can begin to poll tbe great vote
above recorded in those three States.
have been beaten by a combination that can
not possibly hold together more tbsn a
months, snd the esrly establishment of
Demooratto ascendency in Ohio, Indiana
Pennsylvania, is one of the certainties of
early future. Cm. nower
The State Sentinel, at Indianapolis, pub-
lube the offici! return from (II tbe counties
in tbe State but three, and they ahow the fol
lowing result on Secretary of State t
Collins, (Fusion Know-Nothing.)
Majority. . - . ' ... 12,623
The Coniressional delegation (tends
fore reported nine Mongrels to two Demo
crat. Two of tbe former were elected
very small ma tonne over sound Nebrssk
Democrat. Barbour htd bnt 478 malority
the Sixth District, and Cumback 6701a
tTWhile merchant ar e all complaining
hard time, it u refresh m to know that there
w.j -t -
are those who hive their htnd full of busi
ness. Such a man ia Ball, No. 28 Fourth
Street; bis Gallery ia consUatlyorowded,
his pictures go off like hot cskeiu. Gjve
a call, snd eur word for jt yea will have every
reaaon to be perfeoUy satisfied with tbewiult
of rent wutt. ;
Indiana Election—Official. THREE DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE.
ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER NIAGARA.
SEBASTOPOL INVESTED ON
THE SOUTH AND EAST!
The Guns of the Allies Playing upon
MENCHIKOFF STILL IN THE FIELD.
COTTON DULL—MONEY MARKET TIGHTER!
Flour Advanced—Consuls Unchanged!
HALIFAX, Wednesday, Oct. 25.
The resmer Nicr. with advice from
I Liverpool to Saturday, the Ulh intt. wrived
at thi port last night Tha ateamer Arabia
arrived out early Saturday morning.
T. iMmnA, Market-.Bir.wn h. RhfoU.. r.,w
dufiM th( kSfl.Sin
I ; s Ann An.
imnorten 8.000 do.
The market wea dull, with a limited de
mand, and the lower grades declined 1-ld;
but bolder were not pressing on the markst.
Trade (t Manchester had lightly declined.
Flour had again advanced 1 ed. and wheat
Yd per buihel. The demand lor corn ww
moderate, and Price in itvor or ouyers. in
low snd white are quoted at 39s., and mixed
Beef nd Pork were unchanged. Bacon wa
in active demand. Lard wa dull and lower.
At London, tbe money market wa tight.
Conaul were unchanged. United Stales
Stock bad advanced.
Brawn at Shipley teport Breadatnrr arm, t
an advance during the week of la 4d per brl.
on Flour, and 4d per bushel, on wheat. Corn
dull and a (hade lower. The atock or Flour
and Wheat at toe leading porta (mall, and the
farmers selling very sparingly. They quote
Weal Danal Flour at 31 a 83s. White
Wheat 10s 7d. Red 9s 6d, and Indian corn 6d
. . ... . ... , n
nd good Ubto circulars quote western usnai
at 33s sale during tho week of 60 tun
at 61 6d. Bacon firm with n upward ten-
dencv. Tallow had advanced, but the mark
et closed dull snd weik, with irrall transsc
tions. Gardiner report Beel and Pork un
chanced in every respect.
London Market-' American atock were
firmer; United State Sixe of 1862 101 a 102
do of 1868, 107 a 1US i do, biocr oi 1800,
064 1061. The bullion in the bank of Kns
land bid further decreased 107,000. The
export of gold to tbe continent bid ceased.
The iron market was dull, snd the export
demand wm falling off materially. Bar iron is
auoted in Walea at 8 6s., and nils at 7
Scotch Pig-iron la quoted at uiaseow at oat
A Urge busmes waa doing in lead, it an id
vine of lOi per tun.
Freight! were idvaneing at Liverpool.
Sebaatopol wa closely invested on the
south and west and tbe guns were playing on
Menchikoff still seen the field sttne north
... .. j .. l: .u !r i-
or me city uauy expecung u. iciuiuivcwcuia
from Asten, under uortscaiiorr.
The report tbst Menchikoff hsd sunk seven
. t .". l. ... . L -1 ,v. 1 1
sntps oi-ine-iine in ins uwmo oi iue """
oi neossiopoi, w ouiiecu
Prrssia expresses a willingness to act with
The news of the lnss of the Arclio wss ta
I ken out by the steamer Cleopatra, and caused
immense sensstion in England.
McHenrrs liabilities are half a million
pounds sterling or (bout $2,600,000.
.... ... ... -!,
it i suonotea tne seige sniiiery oi me li
lies ire mounted in bittery around Sebsstopol.
On the fifth the bombardment commenced,
ind on the eighth the assault wss expected.
; The allied trenches, within t.euu yards oi
tbe will, slresdy mounted fifty gun
Print dispatches say two breaches on tbe
nd the marine had joined the lend force.
The wnoie country norm oi Deosstopoi naa
been evacuated by the allied powers.
ao All the allied reserve naa leu v.rnt tor
Tbe latwt date from tbe seat of war con
tain nothing decisive, ana say mat no impres
of lion bad been made on 8ebaatopol.
Enerretio note Irom France ana tneiana
I caused Prussia to express a willingness to set
nth. , Another dispstcn ay that no boavi
barding Wa don up to the aignm. ....
me Kcn uo.. .... .u.. .u ... ..a.w.
naa toeir gum aim um.. uu... . . u..
board, ana tne remainoer or ine nu.sian neei
wa neid in reauinef lor inxing, in esse oi a
reverse, ana me orew. iiiu twe .UOBra,
amounting to ten thousand, had been added
w ine gajnson.
The allied fleet wss comparatively nwies,
I lue ru wuciiroiiunwmi,n.
i : it. :.... .. oa Ann -J iv.. .n;u . un
in mo guinea i iuo nim .
ooo. including tne sesmen,
The two Russitn General taken at Alma
1 . - . . . . , . , ,
be were uenesotr ana icnauon, oom or toem
wounded, nd they have ince oid.
i it is suiea tne nuraiani nau out so.uuu en-
gsgeo at Aima, cotuiaering ton numor sai-
ficient to defend the position.
Tbe Turx oiyonetiea an ine woonaea
I Rusaiana at the battle of Alma which they fell
in with, calling out "8 1 nope I" "Sinopel
I 0 T, i . !.. .Ol 1 ..... J t.
mn iuikii. lire iuixct-ui gi ou
in I considered n enentetio adventurer, but as
tactician he is doubtful. Lord Rag an has ta-1
ken command of the army.
The latest dispatch published at St, Peters-1
burg .aye nothing wit done before SebMtopol
op to the Stt. , ,
A a.spstcn receiveu at ran, oateo vrn,
nunaicn receirea at rsria. oaiea varns.
I .. r . .. --
i th 1 am. announces inai. acenrom? to a an.
toh ftw Lord Raglan, the igework.
th, tVm w.re 10 f.r.dv.nced to idmit
I . ; M Amm
1 visc(Biiig inv upwig ui. iiti 111 v u at 7 ate
rTha advice from Madrid aav the elec
were progreuin, quietly, nd With advantage
to lhf V
FOUR DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE.
ARRIVAL OF STEAMER WASHINGTON
DEATH OF MARSHAL ST. ARNAUD.
Bombardment of Sebastopol Commenced!
NEW YORK, Wednesday October 25.
t , m u- .
Tha ateamer Wahington, from Havre and
Southampton, and with d.tei i from LWerpwl
to the ioin imi , .rnven oa Bandy Hook is
night The intelligence the bring is not
trt ling importance, bnt intending, never-
M.rbl 81. Armud U idead. '
on tb 6tb iniUnt.
Tb Pacific rrived at Liverpool Tufidir
night, tbe 10th iosUnt
Ootton wu unchanged. Flour unchanged,
Corn 1. lower, snd bolder pressing ou
market. Money market tight. ...
The Washington' brings 260 psssengers.
At London Corn la. oesrer.
Among the pactenger by the Washington
natchea from St, Petersbu.g to the Ru(in
of Legation at Wasbingtoni J. H. Porter, Jr.,
Koha of the United State Legitwn at wrirai
( A OI.I...M ITrM.j.alklaMa flat ram I Mf ff at
J A 0'"'7's tntivii ucitcieii vi vu
are Baron QirolV tn Kuwian minuner
Bsron de Bodisco, be.rer of
da. ami fjmilv, and Cspt Nichols and lady.
.... . av.-iL n. ..! a. a. . ..il
I tn snip norm oiar, wnica a nau soiu
t J t r
Tbe Ban Jacinto waa In Southampton
The allies had ehaneTed tha nlan of attack
onJSebsstopol. .. .
i dispateh ftom Bttolrirest, Oated OctoberJ
oruers neu bccq e i t u iu iukuv iov hmiu.
of 8t. ArBtIld wiih iUti,e honor paid him oa
his departure for Constantinople. The rare-
wsll which he had addreaaed to the army i
dated 8pUmber 26, and had arritad at Ton
8, tare Prince Gortchakoff ii jll 1
ccd great consternation. - , ,
The Turkiab Uoopa were si matseniB ana
Omar Pacha waa to begin operation! against
Ruaaia in Bessarabia immediately.
A dispatch firm Marseilles announcee mat
orders bed been given to receive the rentaina
I. eonvo of munition, of war wre1kn Dti.
oner. iBd Menchikoff. himself rfowly ec
vita comannnenea were asDturad br the
Ion. It y that, over-come by a cruel dis
, gaint which b had o long itrugglcd
he is obliged to n sign the command.
He pay a high compliment to hi luecaator
Sn Robert. . . .v .
The new of the aecth of SL Arntnd reach
d London and Pri on Sunday, the 8th.
After the battle of Alma the Russians burnt'
all the village through which they passed in ;
their flight, and left B.uuo wounaea oeninaj
and a thousaid Russian! who wera eaeorrinj k
vale corretpooenc were captured by the
French. ... . ' ' v
The official renoit of the batt's of Alma wi
published in London on the Sth, wLich give '
th loss of the allien a follows: , ' .
Killed. TwntT-ix officer, ten ergent,
two drummers, and three faundied andtix rank '
Wounded. Seventy-three offieer, ninety-
five sergeant, seventeen drummer, and one
thousand aix hundred and iweniy-even ran
and file, beside eighteen musing.
Private dispatches state that great demor-
I slitation prevailed at Sebaatopol, tbe alliva
I having deatroyed tbe aqucdaot which (applied
the iortres with water.
Eight thousand cavalry had been landed by
thee i lie in tne urime.
Tbe lnnaoitam or uasa naa given
pledge that they would burn the city rather
than lei u iau into me nana oi tne amcr.
Tha city Msmel. on the Baltic has been
nearly destroyed by fire, involving a lee of
I , . : 1 1 ' . - ... ill: J 1
nesny two muuon pounus or iou iuuiud ui
Flour lars. A large quantity of tsllow and hemp
Th advice from Poland y there was a
great and j eneral movement along tbe whole
line of the Rusaisn frontier, and the Russian
Guard were advancing by forced marches to
ward Warsaw, snd thePoliah troops were di
rected to march to the Austrian frontier.
TWO WEEKS LATER FROM CALIFORNIA.
ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMERS
Geo. Law & Star of the West.
Terrible Massacre of Emigrants by
SHIP ENTERPRISE, OF THE ARCTIC
EXPEDITION HEARD FROM.
NEW YORK, Friday, Oct. 27.
Tbe (learner Star of tbe West, with advice
from Sin Francisco to the SOlh ult, has arrivsd
al thia port. She brings 660 passenger and
1 8800,000 in gold.
The steamer Geo. Law has arrived off San
n. allnh ok. t.ri Aaninwaii on ih i7tj. i
I t : -r - - -
corop,n with tbe Falcon,tbound to Havana.
and exoetienced a succession of strons north-
..i. ,i.. Kh brlnra the ri,fmni m;ia nt
I ' " -... - "
the 80th Ult., and l,083,600 Itt gold, also 600
The intelligence from Ihe Pacific by Diet
sternrs is.of more than ordinary internet.
The British stesmship Ptytona bad arrived
at San Francisco from the Ssn .wich Islsnds,
being th pioneer of a new line of steamer,
with a full cargo and thirty seven psssengers.
A portion or the latter arrived here by the
Star of the West. , .
This stesmer brings intelligence of the long
misaing Arctio expedition ship Enterprise,
which arrived Port Clarence on tb 2lat or
last August, hiving lost only three of her
orew during her absence of '.hree year.
Ehe Dnnirs a. & oi rraahun or nia com-
WBWn,. gbe weDt u,e Artie Sea. amtlie
aummer of 1861, and passed through Punee x
yvaie strait, nd finding the ice impassible.
sne pas,ed tbe winter of 1861 2 in latitude 71
degrees, 28 minutes north, and longitude 117
,.egreeif 85 minute w.it from Greenwich,
snJ lhe following aummer, after mking every
ertion t0 i0COrnplish the object of bervoy-
ge, be passed the Winter of 18 ,2-3 in Bol-
Wttoa Ba. in 68 deree noitli latitu.l and
IU5 ilet'rees, so minutes west) alter cruising
the following summer, die passed the winter
or 1863 in UamJen Buy, tn 7U degree, o min
utes north l.titu.le, and 146 de.rees, 30 min
utes west longitude; on the 30tb of last July,
he ws again free of the ice, and arrived at
Port Clrenc, as before atated.
The Star of tlie West bring th passenger
brought down by the Cortex ind the Geo. Law
those by tbe Seuori.
Tk. 1 A nat.nm mium .f ( I. 01-1 mnA Ih.
o.. i)ion Hall nl tha lRlh MIL. slat that
I " . . . .
when crossing the Uolondo, compinyolem.
ilsrsnU from Texas, were murdered on the list
..i v. (k. i,nn. e...,.i .,i
a im wwt v a v aiimw aa waeaa. aw biih
-hitdren were in the train, all of whom wera
uken by ae Indiana. Six hundred head of
n-ui. Km.-4 off. Thia newa waa
brought by a party, wbo ware on horses, a
little In tb rear, when Ihe psrty wm massa
cred. Another party of Americans encountcre
the Iniwni near Tneson, and oMof them was
killed. Th Apache wera becoming mora
troublesome every day.
Twenty-five Americans perished for went
of water on the Tinalta traini amon them
0!ber fromB pennylvnia whoso namo
wa not recollected. .
.... LiTiDMton. who communicated the
1 .. r :: ....
I . :. o ,: n u . ,. ,v.
of tf'?. ,"f YZZZ? . W-ff fc-Z
of '"m"' Th .rt nenetr.d aa far inland
" r - r . .
tool, were obtaining from two to four ounce.
per day e.ch. They continued aouthw.rd 90
miles, anu iuuuu viucia aiuuiaii vwgagcu,
tending the search In every direotion they
found ome of the richest ueposites of gold
nd silver ever heard of in tbst seetion.
From Oregon; tb sdvices give accounts of
a terrible maesacre of overland emigrant by
the Ninnera Indian on Boise river, near port
Bone. Tbe following list of killed we find in
the nanera: Aiexanuer naru, wue aim aer-
, en cb Idren, Samuel Mulligan and wire, and
w a.kL. f iintnn. Mm nr. Adama
. . broth.. f.om Mjchjeln, Mr. Araon tnd
Wnite ,nd chilu from Mi.ri, and two
of n ....j . SH..,Ka.,ii. aimu miw,a
I Th. inrt,-,ni clrried off fiflv bead of cattle.
jTe borse nd about thre taouand dQllar in
a Bnnaidnrehlo fi.rca wan d'isnatched from
a. tnrt in ......i. nfv, - .......
I Th. Congr of New Grenada bd commen.
I Ced ita. session by the installation of Vice Pre-
idvnt Jose O. Baldwin, with an inagursl mea-
The news from the mines la California are
lavoraDi, who iew exoepiton .
The State Canal, by who.h the water ef
the South Fork of the Americsg river is to be
let into tbe Placerville vicinity, is completed.
A rich quirts and lead mine has been operr-
w a ,B Ad,. on the North Folk of theMo
Wthingtoni die r '
The eommeroiil advices from Ban rranoisco)
are of but little interest. Money mitten are
very tight Some lots of grain were being ex
ported to Australia.
rrW. O. Beemin who baa been for some
months in custody on the charge of robbing the
Dry malls; died i ntheiail at Savannah on the 16th
inst, of yellow wvr. He wa to ksve been
tried at tha November term of the U'. & Di
I trict oowt of Georgia. Hi death, however.
dispense, wuk the etlendance oi witneser.