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..SEPTEMBER.
30
jBsTThsaki to B. 0. Meredith, of Adams's
Sxprss Company, for Indianapolis favors.
"China Must Pay for the War."
lis London Tim threaten! that "every
as of the Engllih ship must be re-built
with Chinese, silver" "Chins, must find the
onoy" "Th Cblness must, 'pay the whole
expenw" "The Chinese must, pay for the
war;" and then proceeds smiting ly to lay oat
a programme of turning thousands of Sepoys
from India loose on the tear fields of John
Chinaman, and scores of bulla' in' herohiDa
hop, breaking op the ware and the ground
generally, and charge the whole cost to the
Celestials. Yes, China has already lined the
coffers of British traders, smugglers and offi
cers, lot an interminable number of yean
there has been a flow of tycee, or pore ingots of
Chinese silver, pouring out of the Celestial
empire into .the lap of the English; and baring
exasperated those treacherous people to the
uttermost, the hot shot thrown in their looker
affords the English a pratense for a gigantio
war, each item in the bill to be oharged to
China. We do not uphold China's treaehery
in complying with the treaty, but we don't
want the great thunderer of John Bull, the
London Tim", to throw out slurs about the
United States, whose polloy and principles
alike have won regard with the Celestials.
Great Britain, at first dotting the Indian
ooast, hers and there, with factories and forts,
from small encroachments on the Mogul
Empire, now secured dominion in India, the
Italy of Asia, from Cape Comorin to the Fun
jaub, and from the Soinde to Assam, being the
absolute ruler of one hundred and thirty-five
millions of her peoples-some fifty millions more
under two hundred native prinoes and chiefs.
She now seeks to absorb and to wield power
as supreme landlord over the whole Mogul
Bmpire. Let her beware in her insane thirst
for supreme dominion, and look well to her
taunts of the United States, whose policy is to
he neutral, but honorable. England may find
she has not so reliable a force to subdue China
with, in obtaining forces of native soldiers
from India. That country consists of twenty
one nations, each having a distinot language.
The English people now have to pay interest
on one hundred millions of pounds sterling
East Indian debt. The English people have
an idea of justice, and can feel the argument
addressed to their pocket. The heavy taxes of
a prolonged War they do not wish to undergo,
merely to obtain entry for a plenipotentiary at
the imperial palace at Pelting. If not wel
come- there, they should, not force ihamaeWes
into the presence of the Chinese Emperor,
whose toes, although short, he don't wish
tramped on. As Amerioans, we don't want
England to bluster at Uncle Bam because he
is admitted peaceably. Yon nay rob India
and China, but don't make mouths at us. (
Legislative Dodge.
There was, lnany years ago, a 'cute Yankee
trick played off on the people of Ohio by the
two parties in the Legislature. To gull their
constituents with Buncombe, a mock debate
was kept up for a whole week, ostensibly to
reduce their compensation, it then being
$3 per day. One proposition urgently fa
vored was, to fix the price at $2 50 per day;
the other was at $2 75 per day.. Both wero
prossed with great eloquence, but neither
succeeded, and the per diem continued at $3,
of course. "Eobici in Cincinnati," in one
of his odes, at the time, hit off this trick:"
"To you our thanks wo surely owe,
For bavins spent a week or to
. )u learned narangues, to link below
Their present state, your wages.
' "Declared such act was nought but fair;
Hut on tbe final Tote took cure
They should continue as thry were
Ob, wits, consistent eagoa!"
Editorial Brevities.
Will some one who knows tell us why the
mails from Louisville so frequently fail? We
would like to reoeive the papers from Bear
Orass Tillage little more regularly.
The contents of the St. Louis papers just
now are very "fair" for Western journals.
J so. R.6. Bond, the elongated editor of Illi
nois, is on exhibition at the St. Louis Fair,
a specimen of Buckeye growth.
Novel Aibino. Prof. Wise, the aeronaut,
is airing the Gothomitec in a novel way. His
balloon, Inflated; is in Hamilton Square, and
is attached to a rope, controlled by a windlass,
by which he lets his 'passengers go up a thou
sand feet, and pulls them down again. Rather
a good idea for that meridian, for it's the only
way a New Yorker will ever go heavenward.
-.-
Murder in Dover.
Un Saturday the dead body of a German.
named Frank Weiger, was found near
house of Wm. Bennoff. Suspicion fastened
onBenhoffas the murderer, ill-will having
been known to exist between the, two. and
he was arrested. On the inquest, the wife
isennort cenlessed that jier husband was
murderer. She says . that her husband
wanted her to aid him jn killing Weiger, who
boarded with them, but she refused, and
Friday night she went to sleep, and about
eleven o'ciook nor nusoana came to tb bed
and said "it is done."
She jumped out of bed, followed hr hus
band into an adjoining room andsawWeieor,
dead and bloody, upon his bed. Sho
horror-stricken, and wanted to run away,
but her husband would not let her go.
insisted on her holding a candle while
dragged the bodv out doors. He laid
body near the fence, by the roadside, and
opposite the house.
- lie placed the ax with which he had done
the horrid deed beside the murdered man
eleared away every trace of the murder in
house. Hs forgot that his neighbors wonld
once recognise the ax and that his hatred
w eiger was notorious. M r. Benhoff repeatedly
tried to escape with her babe but he retained
her. He told her to be still about the
Benboffalso, subsequently confessed,
mi siorj aoes not agree wun loai or nil wife.
He said Weiger came to his bed with an axe.
uplifted and said he would kill him. BenholT
reached for his axe, raised up in his bed
straek Weiger
A farther investigation will probably
'
Hill store of the facts.
ethoff was yesterday brought to this city
Cleveland Herald 27th.
'8ut Lovengood" is George W, Harris,
a conductor on a Siashvills train of cars.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
The Great Cricket Match.
MONTREAL, C. E., September 29.
The new
united "All England" with five Canadians,
against sir of "All England" with five
Canadians, was continued to-day, the weathor
being fine. Tho match will be continued to
morrow. Nothing could persuade the Cana
dians to part with the English cricketers until
the match ia played out; they therefore need
not be expected to arrive at New York until
Sunday morning. About two thousand per
sons were present to-day, notwithstanding
the short notice given, and double that num
ber will probably bo ou the ground to-morrow.
Parr, Jackson, Hay ward and Stephen
son bowled against the "United Eleven."
Stephenson aad Diver were wicket-keepers,
with Hayward or Direr as long-stops.
The score of all England in the first innings
was as follows:
Coffyn 13, Grundy none, Carpenter 32, W.
Smith none, Lookyer 8, J. Lillywhite 53, Piok
ering none, Wisden 43, Fisher 14, Morgan 2,
Bacon 7, byes, Ac, Iff, Total 118.
The all England eleven were bowled against
by Grundy and Coffyn, Loekyer aotiog as
wicket-keeper, and Pickering as long-stop.
At sun-down the soore stood as follows:
Daly none, Hayward 18, Ceasar 14, Ilard
Ings none, Diver (not out) 5, Swetlenham 3,
Parr o. Lookyer b. Coffyn, none, byes 3. Total
43.
From Washington.
WASHINGTON, September 29.
The Secretary of the Navy has recently
made arrangements for the reception of an
additional number of acting midshipmen at
the Naval Academy. Members of Congress
from districts which have been the longest
time without appointments some as far back
as 1856 will be requested to make nominations
of youths for admittance in accordance with
the existing law.: .
- The Treasury receipts for the week ending
Monday amounted to $l,S99,000,the drafts paid
to $1,408,000, tbe drafts issued to $840,000.
The amount subject to draft is $5,1(13,459.
The increase over last week is more than
$758,000, or a million dollars within the last
two weeks.
Captain M. S. Miller has been ordered to
proceed to Port Monroe, to assume the duties
of Quarter-master General at that point, in
place of Chapman, deceased.
The President has appointed Wm. G. Jones
as Judge of the United States Court for the
Northern and Southern Districts of Alabama,
ewe Gayle, deoeased. The names of at least
ten other gentlemen had been mentioned in
connection with that office. '
- General Jessup, who was seriously sick in
New York, has returned to Washington, being
convalescent.
Knight Templars' Convention.
UTICA, N. Y., September 29.
The Knight Templars' Convention of tho
Grand Commandery of tho State of New
York elected the following officers yesterday:
Charles G. Judd, of Penn Van, Grand Com
mander; F. Chamberlain, of Albany, Deputy
Grand Commander; Zenos Priest, of Utica,
Grand Generalissimo, William II. Drew hav
ing declined; J. T. Wilbur, of Hornellsville,
Grand Captain-General; Salem Town, of Au
rora, Grand Prelate; William F. Holmes, of
Rochester, Grand Senior Warden ; E. P.
Breed, of New York, Grand Junior Warden;
John S. Perry, of Troy, Grand Treasurer;
Robert Macy, of New York; Grand Recorder;
Aaron Carver, of Little Falls,. Standard
bearof; E. D. Shcelor, of Lockport, Grand
Sword-bearer; and C. H. Webster, of Bing
hampton, Grand Warden.
Pennsylvania State Fair.
PHILADELPHIA, September 29.
The State Agricultural Pair to-dny was at
tended by fifty thousand persons. The display
in all departments is highly oreditable. The
trial of steam fire-engines commenced yester
day and will be oonoluded to-morrow. The
tallest playing yet was madu by the steamer
Baltimore, from Baltimore, built by Poole ,1c
Hunter, having a pump invented by Geo. W.
Fulton, of bteubenville, Ohio.
The Washington engine of this oitv, similar
in construction, but of more power, will be tried
to-morrow.
The premium for first-class hand-engines was
competed for this afternoon by Citiien Fire
Company of Uarrisburg, and Assistance Fire
Company of this oity, and was awarded to the
latter. Assistance threw one hundred and
eighty-three feet perpendicularly, at, d Citizen
one hundred and ninety-six feet. Thirty feot
were allowed to Assistance, Her chamber being
only nine inohes, while the Citizen's is twelve.
The St. Louis Fair.
ST. LOUIS, September 29.
A heavy rain this morning put all the
avenues to the fair-grounds in a terribly
muddy condition. Still there was no per
ceptible diminution of visitors in attendance,
everybody being extremely anxious to witnosB
ine competition or tho oae-thousand-dollar
prize for the best roadster stallion; This,
however, as also the regular premiums, was
postponed until to-morrow, in consequence of
the continued Inclemency of the weather and
the extreme heaviness of the track.
The mechanical and floral departments are
very full and attract as much attention. The
show of agricultural implements and heavy
machinery is also large, and comnetition
among the exhibitors is spirited.
rue proceedings In the arena to-dav con
sisted of several rings of jacks and jennets.
Missouri bearing off a majority of the prises.
Pickaway County Fair.
CIRCLEVILLE, September 29.
eighth annual fair of Pickaway County
commenced yesterday morniog. The grounds
are in fine order, the hoard having spared no
pains to make it one of the best ever held here.
The number of entries are larger than at any
former one. The display of stock is very fine.
The floral hall is equal, if not superior, to
that of the State Fair, the fruits and flowers
being magnificent, reflecting great credit upon
the ladies.
' Mentor's band gave a concert lost night, and
plays to ",!eht for the agricultural ball.
The Daughters of Malta will have a grand
parade to-morrow night.
County Fair.
ALLENTOWN, PA., September 29.
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the
on
The Lehigh County Agricultural Associa
tion is now holding its eighth annual fair at
this place. The display of agricultural imple
ments, iruiis, vegeiacies, ac, is very exlens
lve. . i
About twenty thousand persons were present
io-aa,y, Deing ine largest number ever collect'
ed by a oounty fair in this seotion of the
State.
Col. Jno. W. Forney delivered the address.
Southern Pacific Railroad.
MARSHALL, TEXAS, September 19.
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at
The suit of the Stats of Texas vs. the Pacifio
Railroad has been deoided in favor of the de
fendants, and President Fowlkes is in full noa.
session of the road and the rights of franchise
oi me new company. Both sides are actively
co-operating, and the people of Texas have
tun connaence in tne new company.
Balloon Ascension.
ROME, September 29.
but
aad
accompanied by Mr. Coltman,
oi noma, msas a osnoon ascension to-day.
When at the bicht of two miles the balloon
burstod and turned up in the top, the netting
lurming a piracnute. ane voyagers, altera
perilous descent, landed safely In a swamp three
iuu iroiu tne starting point.
River News.
PITTSBURG, September 29—P. M.
Kiver unchanged siuco noon. Weather
clear and pleasant.
LOUISVILLE, September 29—P. M.
River falling rapidly, with flvo foot eight
mviicB in ine cunai auu tea loet ou the lulls.
Political.
CHARLESTON, S. C., September 29.
The Courier contains the speooh of Senator
Chosnut, delivered yesterday at Camden. He
favors Southern unity and the development of
her regouroos; repudiates the agitation of the !
opening of the slave-trade, and opposes the
position of Senator Douglas on Territorial
legislation. - '
Personal—The Enquirer and Mr.
Robert Hedger.
One or two of the Opposition dailies In the
city, and a number of miserable politicians,
having endeavored to make oapital out of the
statement in. the Enquirer' report last Sunday
of the meeting of the Opposition Executive
Committee, that Mr. Robert Hedger, the can
didate for County Treasurer, looked like a
butcher, I would observe that the remark was
the expression of an individual opinion, not at
all reflecting, as every one of.sense knows,
either upon him or the butchers, as individuals
or as a profession.
Among the bulohers I have a number of
personal friends, whom I highly respeot and
esteom, and, moreover, I have yet to loam
that a man is the worse for his appearance or
his calling. Men are entitled to honor or
deserving of censure, independent of their
exterior or profession; their private life and
publio acts making their only true estimate.
Without feeling any particular Interest in
politics, I am not, and never was, a Demoorat,
and may fairly claim to belong to the Opposi
tion, with which party I vote. If I live until
the election day, Air. Hedger, notwithstanding
he looks like a butcher, (I know no one who
has more right to look as he pleases,) will re
ceive my ballot.
The proprietors of the UuioVerareoonsolous,
and were when I came here, of my politlos.
They did not, nor did they wish to, buy those
or my opinions; they simply secured my
services, with which they are entirely weloome,
as they are awaro, to dispense when those
services fail to give, them satisfaction. I ex
pect to be myself, even as a local editor, and
when I can not in that capacity, I will en
deavor to fill some other situation.
JUNIUS H. BROWNE.
ENQUIRER OFFICE, September 29.
How Tecumseh was Killed.
To the Editor) of the Penny 'Frew ' '
Of late a statement, has been going the
rounds of the press, purporting to contain a
circumstantial detail of the death of Tecumseh
by the hand of Colonel Richard M. Johnson.
It is a statement of a Mr. Isaac ilamblin. Ho
doubt Mr. Uamhlin saw Colonel Johnson kill
an Indian chief, but that chieftain was not
Tecumseh. ' Little Turtle, Buohangehelas and
other chiefs of the Shawnee tribe were, after
the war, frequent visitors at the house of the
late General Duncan McArthur, who succeeded
General Harrison in the command of the army
of the North; end they always assured Mo
Arthur that Johnson did not kill Tecumseh,
but that he fell covered with wounds in tbe
thickest of the fight, and was carried from the
field and buried near the battle-ground. Te
cumseh, they reminded their host, and to this
fact I have heard several early pioneers bear
witness, always went into battle in a
plain suit of buckskins, with a single coon's
tail in his cap. The chief, who was mistaken
for him and killed by Colonel Johnson, was
like many of the Indian braves, fancifully at
tired and decorated with beads and feathers.
It was of the skin of this chief that the Ken
tuokians made razor-straps. But the great
chief rests1 peacefully in his grave, undese
crated the knives of the white man.'- ! i
VERITAS.
Cause the Occupation of San Juan.
From the Ban Francisco Bulletin of the
5th we learn what it states is the true origin
of tho present diffculty with England on our
Pacific coast. As . the Bulletin is uniformly
well posted, enterprising and reliable in the
matter of news, this information, amusing as
It 1b, may be deemed every way correct. : It
says: .. , . .
We have obtained front' a reliable source
an interesting statement of tho facts to which
General Harney briefly alludes. It seems
that Mr. Griffin, Hudson's Bay Company's
employe, and Justice of the Peace at San Juan,
had a lot of Sandwich Island hogs animals
noted for their predatory habits and a pecu
liar faculty for getting through almost any
kind of hedge or fence. Somo of these quad
rupeds had trespassed upon the farm of Mr.
Cutler, an American settler, and routed uj
his potatoes. He notified their owner of the
fact, and announced his intention of shoot
ing any of them that might repeat the of
fense. Mr. Griffin paid no heed to the warn
ing, and the consequence was that Mr. Cut
ler shot a boar, lie immediately informed
Mr. Griffiin what he had done, and oifered
to pay a fair price for tbe animal; but Grif
fin refused, saying the matter would be other
wise settled. i ; - - ,
The next ston was the arrival of two mem
bers of the Executive Council of Vancouver
on the island; (Messrs. Frazer and Dallas,)
who called on Mr. Cutler, and informed him
that he had committed a heinous offense, for
which he was liable to transportation: but
after some talk offered to compromise the
matter for $100. This Cutler declined. Sub
sequently a man-of-war was sent to the island,
with orders to arrest Cutler and bring him
to Victoria for trial; but he evaded seizure by
keeping out of the way. Ho then drew up a
petition to General Harney, which, being
mgnea oy otner residents on tne island,
caused the occupation.
Dr.SPF.RATK V1LI.A INT. The Chioarn Jnurnal
of the 27th says: "Night before last, while the
night train on the La Crosse and Milwaukie
Railroad was approaching La Crosse at the
usual rate ot speed, tbe train was thrown from
,t. . -1- m i . . ...
viro unc. me engine was plunged into a
aiteu, and the entire train smashed np. ' ' '
mi. i ..... - . ' .
xue oaggaee man bad both or t i lem eut
off, and several of the passeogors were seriously
injured, and it is feared that there were some
of them killed. Upon an examination it was
discovered that a large portion of the track had
meu voru op, ana a ditcn eiebt feet deen and
as many wide had been dug directly aoross the
track way." .
Such an act ef fiendish malice has scarcely
AjfoTHsn Race Victoey in England. The
star of the American stables in England,
seems to be largely in the ascendant, as
triumph after triumnh awaita thm. R..t tv.
Si m y we ren,i,,e(i the Intelligence that
Mr. Ten Broeok had won another race with
Starke, and now we get the news that llobert
Harlan has won two races
a Handicap
and a match with Dej Chiles,
Lahentam.b Occubhsmce. AFaemkb Shot
by nis Servant Gtnr,. A wealthy and highly
respectable farmer, named Joseph Smith,
resident or the oounty of Kent, (Canada,) was
killed on Monday last, at his residenoe, in
very distressing manner. He had a fine farm,
on which was an abundance of fruit and
grapes, which had been a source of consid
erable trouble on acoount of tbe depredations
of thieves. In order to pat a stop to this ha
determined upon forcible measures, and accord
ingly loaded a gun and kept it in readiness for
the return of the thieves. On the afternoon
question, as he rose from the supper table
go in search of his oows, ho addressed his
servant girl Julia, and directed her to take the
gun and shoot tho first person who approached
tho grapes. On his return from the fields lie
ontored the premises by the back way, and
went directly to the grape vines, entirely for
getting the directions so recently given to tho
girl, who, as seemed from the result, was pre
pared to obey them to the letter. She waa
watching with the gun in her band, and being
unable to recognise him in tbe dusk of even
ing, drew up and fired, the chargo of shot
talcing effect in tho thich. and tarmtnattnir hia
Detroit Free Press.
Diaths by Stkam Tbavkliho. It appears,
from tables that have been carefully com
piled, that, sinco 1853, some seventeen rail
road accidents have occurred in the United
States, which could lay claim to the dignity
of first-class horrors the list of killed and
wounded footing up three hundred and three
of tbe former aad six hundred and twelve of
the latter. ..-But this slaughter is' wholly
eclipsed by a comparison of the figures with
the losses which have been sustained on our
Western rivers for the present year. During
this brief period, no loss than three hundred
and sixty-seven lives have been lost by tho
snagging, . explosion, conflagration, Ac, of
boats not to mention nearly two millions of
dollars' worth of property which has boon
destroyed in the same way.
Pbesint U. 8. Foaci m tbi Pacific Our
present naval force in the Paoifio is as fol
lows: , , 1 ' ' '
1 " Tun- Officer
nago. & men. Guns.
Flag aliip,Bteamfrig'tMerrimack3,aiiO
60S
.WO
Flag snip, steam trig te iiancasier?,ztu
Bteam frigate Saranao... i.1,416
Steam gun-boat Wyoming 997 1
Sailing sloop-of-war Urane 762
100
230
240
2.10
230
Baiiiug sioon-oi-war anciaiia,....,, v2
Kaillng sloop-of-war St. Marys...
8
792
Bailing iioop-qi-war Lovani.,
Total .l 1.328
2,190 191
The Lancaster is . now outwari
bound to
relieve the Merrimack. The British have 12
vessels and 3,000 men in the Pacific.
e (ireat National ilorse f air will
commence on Tuesday, Uotober 11, on the
United States Agricultural Fair-grounds, Bos
ton, to continue two weeks. During thesecond
week a great trade sale of horses will take
plaoe. ' It is announced that over ten thousand
dollars will be given in premiums.
Short Wore. Friday night, a man by the
name of Watson, who was in the employ of Mr.
Lee in Litchfield, Medina County, let himself
down out of a chamber window with sheets tied
together, stole four horses .and a wagon from
Mr. Lee, set the bant on fire, and the house also,
and ran off. Mr. Lee awoke in time to save his
house, but the bam burned, down and in it three
horses. , Watson was oaught Saturday night in
Medina and lodged in jail. If e had sold two
of the horses for $170. lie utterly refuses to
talk and strikes out on the dodge of Insanity
"The Charleston Mercury of the 19th
inst. says: "The first cargo of new rough rice
reached this port yesterday, amounting to
five thousand five 'hundred bushels. It is
from the plantation of the late General D. L,
Clinch, on Stilla River, Ga., and is consigned
to JieBsrs. uoitin x rringte.
j3A court of inquiry has been ordered at
the navy-yard, Pensaoola, Florida,- to investi
gate the loss of the steamer i'uUon. The court
will be composed of the followinc officers:
Commodore J. M. Molntosh, Commander E.
Farrand, Lieut. John Kell. Captain John 1)
Simma, United States marine corps, Judge
Aavooaie.
J&'So numerous are wild grapes in North
Louisiana that the Louisiana Maptist advises
the making of communion wine from them in
stead of. purchasing adulterated material fox
tnis purpose. :
DIED.
Oh thn' 271h innt..' Tturhnnl. wilft at .Inlm
W. Hall, affod A6 voars. ft montbs and 24 davs.
A wife and cherished niothsr is gone to the spirit
land, for which ibe was prepared by a Christian
life on earth. Farewell, dear mother. Tbe bereaved
husband and family thank their kind fronds and
Y.
Opposition County Ticket.
For Judge of the Conrt of Common yieaa: ';,
WM. M. DIXON. , '
For Director of County Infirmary:
K. L. MUCHMOBK.
For Members of the Stats Board of Equalization:
JOHN F. TORHENCB,
.iv.--,. BaMDEL b. KEYS, . .
0, 0. HAYS.
:: For Treasurers
-( hOBKBT HEDGER.
. For Countr Commissioner:
JOS. S. BOSS.
CITY TICKET.
For Justices of the Ytncr.
F. H. MAItHM,
' U.H.SCHUIiTZ.' '
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Opposition State Ticket.
- For Slate Senator: ' '.'
' W. 8. BORROWES,
W. L. LEONARD,
BENJAMIN EOGLEHTON.
For State Beprosentatlres:
Dr. WM. B. DAVIS,
GU8TAVE TAFEL,
' W.Q.CBIPPEN,
JEPTHA GARRARD, :
JOHN M. COCHBAN, ,"
WM. FLOBO,
.,' JOSEPH GIIiLKY. .. rL
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Democratic County Ticket.
. . , State Senate: , , .
.' ', . THOMAS M. KIY, City; "." V ,
.' GtiO. W. HOLMES, Spencer T.j . .'
B. A. FERGUSON, Green Tp. ' ' '
House of Representatives:
' ' WM. J, FLAGO.CItJI
JOHN BOHIFF, Delhi Tp.i
1 JOSEPH JONAS, City;
. PATRICK BOGIB8, City;
J. F. WRIGHT, Springfleld Tp.i r.
PR. WM, JQNSS, Sycamore Tp,;
WM.8. JESUP.HarriaonTp.
Board of Equalization:
DR. J. I. VATTIKB, City;
' ISRAEL BROWN, Sycamore f p.;
J. DAN JONES, Columbia If.
' County Treasurer
DB: E. D. CROOKSHANK, Green Tp.
Judge of Court Common Pleasi
ISAAC O. COLLINS, City. ,. .
, . , , . County Commissioner:
JOHN N. BIDOWAY, City. . ;;
Director of luilrmarjrl ' ; '
SAMUEL BESN, Green Tp.
(sepWtt) ,
Dixon's Blackberry . Carminative
A BAFI, CAST AND EFFECTUAL COHSI, FOB
Summer Complaint, Diarrhea, Flux, Ac
. WTwenty-flve cents per bottle.E
nvi w Ttivnu T 1
an29-cm
Corner of Fifth and1 Main-streets,
F. H. ROWEKAMP 18 A CANDI
afe for re-election to tbe office of Justice of the
reace. epKtt
SPECIAL NOTICES.
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New Housekeepers will Hud it to their
Intorest to call at Huntington's, 119 Main-street, for
mir uuiiii in sncn ariicios ai
French China. Solid Silver Ware.
Ironstone China, Silver Fluted Tea Bets,
uiasa ware, wooden wnre.
Silver Plated Cake Baskets, Hirer Plated Castors,
Silver Plated Tea and Table Spoons,
Kilvel' Plated Table and Dessert Forks,
Hilrsr Plated Soup and Oyster Ladles,
Fine Ivory, Kbony and Cocoa-handled Knives,
Toasting Forks, WaSle Irons, Chamois Leather,
ijixud oiove roiun, ana oiner articles loo numer
our to particularise. Call and t a oataloauo.
Huntington Brothers 4 Co. sell food articles
tow prices, ana aeuvor mem io any part oi ine city
upc ui mjnrgo. sepaua
LADIES' SHELL TUCK
C0MB8. Juit raoaiud. a lurthor sunn!
ouurvijr new patbirus, or
SOLON PALMKR. A ion I.
wp28-tr - ' : No. 36 West Fourth street.
PALMER'S COLOGNE
WATER is nruferred br manv to trio Ham!
im ported article. It is elegantly put up in buttles
various sizes; also, in pie in botllM, toreplenisn those
oi a more cwuy cnarauiev.
SOLON PALMKR. Anon I.
Bep28-tfMuniifacturer and Importer of Perfumery.
PALMER'S EXTRACT OF
ROSE ' GERANIUM ia considered Terr
nne by every one mat nsi tried it. Lovers or nni
1'erfumory are invited to call and test Its good quail
tics. ouiiun raiiniH, Agent,
Manufacturer ami Importer of Perfumery.
ecpat-U' No. Ui West Fourth-street,
(nani'Tlrl T.nTION in the sreat akin pa
rtner of ttie age. If your face, bands, feet, arips,
legs, or other parti of your person are diseased, thli
Lotion will cure you by a few applications. An ex
perience of twelve years had proved this fact.
.. ., BOLON PALMER, Agent,
NOTICE! TO TAX PAYERS.
Hf i no rv-vaiuauon oi rwai - . -by
vhi District Assessors, is now open for examina
tion, at the County Auditor's oCBoe, to which atton-
.Inn I. nivwfa4 if ..nntnlaln, la In M mfl.llfl. tDB
same should be in writing, and previous to the fourth
monOHVin uciocer, won, alter wmou no cuniviaiu.
will be received.
By order or tbo lioard or Kqnaltgatlon.
UOWABD MATTHEWS,
aep27-tt i .. Auditor.
fTimci, Enquirer, Gazette, Commercial, Yolksblatt
ana voiasireuna copy.j - -
KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DIS
COVERT in acknowledged Lr the moat em
inent physicians, and by the moat careful druigiats
throughout the United States, to bothomostofectual
blood-purifier ever know n, and to have roliovod more
ufterlng, and effected more permanent cures, than
any preparation known to the profession. Bcrofula,
Saltltheum, Erysipelas, Scald-head, scaly eruptions
of whatsoever nature, are cured by a fow bottles, and
the system restored to full strength and vigor. Full
and explicit directions for tho cure of ulcerated sore
legs, and other corrupt and running ulcers, la given in
the pamphlet with each bottle. For sale by JOHN 1).
&A.KK, SUIRK, ECKSTEIN A CO., aud OEOBQB
DIXON. Price 1. ...... . iepl9-ay
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
At the Old Established Stand,
SI EAST flFTII, BIT. MAIM AND SYCAMORE.
I HAVE A LARGE AND DESIRABLE
took of Household and Office Furniture, both
new and second hand, oonslatins of fine bedsteads.
sofas and parlor chairs, Brussels and ingrain carpets.
ou-ciotn. cniierv. etc. a nne assortment oi couu
ten, shelving, office desks and stools, etc. Also, a
stock of billiard tables, pianos, extra marble-top
eountersiana tames on nanu ana tor saie tow.
sepaoamt . w m. uautjcu, proprietor,
EPISCOPAL CONVENTION,
—TO BE HELD AT—
RICHMOND, VA.,
Commencing October 5, '59.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS
To the above Convention will be sold by the
To the above Convention will be sold by the LITTLE MIAMI
—AND—
COLUMBUS AND XENIA
RAILROAD.
corner of Third aud Vine-streots; Walnut-street
Honae; soiitn-oast corner oi r ront ana uroauway,
anu at lue ijiuio miami uepot, x.BHt r rout-street.
seu30tt i'. w. Biaui.it, ucn. iicaei Agent.
at
of
of I
Seventeenth Exhibition
Willi' INSTITUTE
POSITIVELY CLOSE
-OS
Saturday Evening, October 1.
Depositors are requested to remuve llieir articles
on MONDAY. . setatb
F
OR SALE DINING SALOON -The old
and well-established DlninK Saloon, at No.
Kmtfc Fnn rth-HtrMtt. havinir aeveutv-live nromnt Dar
ing boarders, and a good transient trade, For further
particulars luifuiru ou me pieuiiKis. . . w;,juu -
LIGHT IN THE FAR WEST!
M ROBINS, Jr., CO., NO. 351
t West Fifth-street, between Smith and John,
keep constantly on band tho best article of COAL
OIL, and LAMPS of the most improved patterns,
particularly adapted to uurniug tne same, sepouaw
TUT SATURDAY OCTOBER 1. MRS. W,
W HUDSON. 175 Vine-street, will osen uerlante
ana vreii-Beieciea stocK oi ian anu winter
Bonnets. Also. Bridal Wreaths, Rib
boiis, Flowers, Feathers, Ac.', : '
Of the Latest and most Fashionable Styles. '
.- IsepM-c'V s ....-. .
NEW HOOKS!
BEIJLAH. "Beuluh" Isa tale of Southern
life, descriptlvo of scenes And events in one of our
gulf cities. It is the history of a very giftod and
ambitious woman, whose life, early ovorshadowed
by numerous sorrows, gradually brightened as she
earnestly strove to discharge the dutlea of her po
sltlon, and consecrated her talents to the service
of the good, the true and the beautiful. It
pronounced ono of tbe most ably written, original
nrid interesting books published since " Jane
Kyre." 1 vol., 12mo ....., ...Prioe f 1
MIS8 SLINIMENS'S WINDOW. A com
panlon to " Tbo Widow Beilott Papers." By Sirs.
. Mark Peabody..........-... .i........-.,...Prlco
"Lt those now laueh who never lauched before.
And those who always laugh now langh the more.'
MASSON'S BRITISH NOVELISTS. The
British Novelists and their styles. By David Mai'
on, II. A..... ...................Price 75e,
LEIBIG'S MODERN AGRICULTURE,
letters on modern agriculture. By Baron Yon
Lei big ........Price 70o,
FOB SALE BY
ROB'T CLARKE & CO.,
55
West Fourth-street,
Isepi-J-UTJ
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUHD
it ut iimt what the Ladies have long needed
and looked for in vain, the Uterine Kiixir. ' ' ..
The Uterine Kllxlr is warranted to cure all die
etwee of a Uterine Nature; Inflammation of the
worn l, tne money, tne wanes, ana tne uruiuru,
Prolapsiie or falllnb of the Womb. Painful Mennlru
atiou, Chlorosis. Amenorrhea; Infant, a perfect euro
is guar mn teed by the use of from two to Ave bottles
of the Elixir, of any disease whatever of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organs, of male nr female,
matter of how long standing. Prlco 81 por Bottle.
To be hail wholrMlfl mid retail, of Y. V. Hill,
Druggist, corner of Fifth and Kace-streete; and
uowaru ncanian, lthrkihi, corner vi umu nnu
Fonrth-streeu. and Brigham A Co., No. 24 Xast
Fourth-street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Madame KLLI8 calls particular attention to tbe
following Card of one of the moat prominent Drug
gists of Cincinnati.
"To tub Public and tub Ladies in Pabticcub.
We, the undersigned, are not In the habit of giving
our name to Patent Nodioinei; but knowing well
Lady Physician, and the medicine called the Uterine
Elixir, we cheorfully recommend it to all females
suHorinu from Female Disease of any kind; it
purely vi'getablo, and in 1,0 CM can do Injury;
say to all try, and our word for it, you will find re
lief. K. D. HILL, Druggist,
iop27 "Corner of Fifth and llace-slreets."
ALSO !'-
MADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH 6IMU
LATINS BALSAM cures, without fail, pains
in the Braaat. Back, elide or Limbs; doughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, Dlfticulty of Urea' hing, Headache. Flat
ulency, Heartburn, Chronic Rheumatism, Blllious
Cholic, (Jranip Cbolic, Griping Pains of the Bowels.
Dullness. Htupor, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite,
in Painful Menstruation it la a certain cure,
givea immediate rolief. In any of the above diseases
it will give relief in twenty minutes, and a perma
nent cure by the use of to bottles, Ool) so cents
per bottle eo cheap that every person can get It.
To he had of F. D. HILL, Druggist, corner of Race
and Flfth-streeta; and KDWABD BUANLAN t CO.,
Drugulste N. K. corner of Main and Fourth-streets;
or oi BHIOHAM A CO., Manulaoturen, No. St Km
Feurth-stroet, Cincinnati, O. , c : aeptf ay
. , -BX OOB- . I
; , Dress Hats at Four Dollars!
'0V WILL FIND THEM BDPEBI0R
X any ia tbe oily at the same pries.-
J, C. TOWERS & CO.,
FASHIONABLE HATTERS,
No. 149 Main-street,
' Olll DOOSt BBLOW FOURTH.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
BROTHERTON & CO;,
... T- .., . ' s
Dealers in Exchange.
Cincinnati ;,"." ;
rflHB UNDERSIGNED, O? TUB wvu
Ml House of
GILMORE.& HROTUERTON,
Has commenced business under the above firm nam
At Noa. T and 0 Tlilrd-atreet, (Trust Cons
pnny Bulldin.)
sonTam " ' ' J. II. BttOTHEltTOW.
DELASVD,
l! , ,'! v--i .'!.' -' I
mEK,
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ELEGANT DISPLAY OF
DRESS SILKS AND ROBES,
Velvet Flounced Robes,
FANCY AND WHITE SILK ROBJKS,
. TOR EVENING.
, 3IOIRE ANTIQUK
-AND-
BROCADE DRESSES,
JUST RECEIVED FROM
New York Auction Sales.
ltlt'H DELAINE ROBES,
. , Kor Ladles and Misses.
SII33TLAND
WOOL SHAWLS,
VEILS, NUBIES
AND
Opera Hoods.
Cloaks and Shawls!
Embroidered Velvet Cloaks;
Cloth Cloaks; Raglans; Dusters;
i.N'D ALL THB NEW BTTLKS OF
SHAWLS.
PIECES OF
SILKS r.:;siLHS!
AtSTJCsf aud $1 per yard.
D03IESTICS AND LINENS
In this department we have a desirable stock of
NEW GOODS,
And we offer them to Housekeepers at uncommonly
low Prices. " .......
V 'Woolen Dress Goods, &c.
PLAIN A5D PRINTED MERIN0E3 AND
DELAINES; PARIS PLAIDSi VA
! .:U," i LENCIA8 AND POPLINS.' 1
:iv'-.i i''.-i'- f ' ' " ft '
MERINO UNDER-WEAR
' Selling at Coat, for Ladies, Gouts and Chlldrou.
'' !.'.' ' ' '.THE NEW 8TTLK OF . ''
GEM HOOP SKIRTS!
" Entirely hew in style and finish, Just received
from the manufaotory.
DELAND, dOSSAGE & CUYLEK,
74 West fourth-street.
I OPPOSITE PIKE'S OPBBA-HOU8K. .'
-, - xy Usli.tWftTl .
;r- (! '-yj-H'i
CARPETS at COST
I WILL BEHOVE TO HIT MEW BTOBK, DKCEtt
Pike's ; Opem-Iiouse,
-0 IBS
FIR8T OF OCTOBER,
; ' AHCOFFEB MY FBEBENT 8TO0K AT -J
Greatly Reduced Prices.
HENRY FALLS,
, 65 West Fourth-street.
aepl31 .
PINEAPPLES IN GLASS. A VERY
tins article, rut up by Wells A Provost, Near
iora, m mwm anu lor sais vt
aep2
Oornor Ninth and Vine-streets.
WAR I AVAR 1 1 WE ARB RECEIVING!
daily, by lightning Exnresa( f
through in 36 hours. William T. BmlthsLi f.f J
A Co?a celebrated Planted Oysters. ySfiry
which we are selling at unprecedented "tsar ;
low prices, by Case or Oana. Dealers and famlliei
wanting a very large Oyster and fresh from ths
water, will send us toeir orders, . i
l . JOHKtitBN. Agent,
sepa-cm . No. 00 Bixtb-street, Cincinnati.
COAL OIL LAMPS -THE SUBSCRIBER
has Just rewired, irom Boston, an entire new
assortment of Coal Oil Lamps and Improved Burners,
preventing tbe smoke, no much of an annoyance to
consumer. Also, the best article of Burning Oil
ever offeree in this market, free from smoke or smell,
O. A. SMITH, ,
, . Agent for Manufacturers,
No. 1 College Building,
lopM-am . Wsinut-st., bet. Fourth and fifth.

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