............... OCTOBKa S
A New Governor of Cuba.
, tftiuiw. Jjm been otrtftinlx appointed Cap-
ideneral of the Island of Cuba.
The Telegraphic Budget.
m . Tift, lightning messcager, gpcodiiig from
a me electric pomtn pf tlio world, charged
with important news, supplies our readers
'2- n1,n,nS with intelligence of Wfitchloss
Interest.' Read the dispatches in. to-daa
PKimr Trims.' . . '
The Health of the Pope.
The health of Pope Pius IX it declared to
bo in an alarming condition-he being unlit
from tho severity of sickness to attend to
public business. The anticipation of the
demise of the head of the Catholic Church,
pwahsns the pioua sympathies of the faith
ful toe worjd over. . -n .
The Brilliant Trotting Race.
Our city will be distinei1i.,l rj . i.,ira.
iZt '.rj? C,?clnn Trotting Park. This
Kreat tournament of trained holm, was con
id to the great satisfaetlon of a Inrf-s
aa.. : V ground, bein(- oharoterhTeI by
number .. '""'oa order. "Flora Temple "has
remarkable , -erring b.CT greatest aqlr.'evo
honored Ohio, in re
mont for Oinoinnati. - . . ,
The Fate of Sir John Franklin.
. ,The tidings by the Fox. are failed reliable. J
To .Tnnn 1SUK. eleven Ion vears aic iffrrsnert
from expos ore on tha ice of Port WilliafH tie
Inuientsd English roysger to the North Pole.
rVrttoulars in the telegraphic column will be
tend with mournful Interest. A more detailed
narrative will be given hereafter in our bows
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Three Days Later from Europe—Arrival
of the Canada.
SACKVILLE, N. B., October 6.
The Steamship Canada arrived at Halifax
josterday at noon, with Liverpool dates to the
24 th ultimo. - .
The horse express, with dispatohes for the
"Aisociated Pfess, reached here this morning,
.'but the telogiaph wires having been disar
ranged by the storm yesterday, no oommunioa
tion eould be dispatched until noon to-day.
" The following is abstract of the commercial
intelligence furnished by the Canada.
LIVERPOOL, September 23.
Lower qualities of cotton have declined
during the week d. ' Breadstuffa of all quali
ties Bhow a. declining tondoncy. Provisions
LONDON MONEY MARKET.
LONDON, September 23.
Money is decidedly more stringent. Consols
closed at 955.
-Money shows an average business without
any quotable change. ,
" Tho express rider reports the roads between
Halifax and this point as badly damaged by
the recent storm. Eight bridges on the route
hare been swept away. The steamer Ariel
from Now "York, bound to Havre, touched at
Southampton on the 23d ult.
LIVERPOOL, September 23.
: The sales of Cotton for the week have boen
sn,nuu oaten. - j ub quotations oi new American
flour are 26(U2tis. per barrel.
The telegraph lines betweon Sackville and
has come to band.
LIVERPOOL, September 23.
Cuiicii: sales for the past week have been
4K,IM0 bales, including 10,000 bales to specu
lators and l,0(!0 to exporters. All qualitios
have declined J-jd. and fur inferior grados the
docline is still more. Holders offer freely but
show no disposition to press sales. The sales
to-day have been 0,000 bales, closing quiet
but steady: Orleans fair 7:iid.; middling
015-16d. Mobile 7j!d.; middling 0d. Up
lands fair middliDg bi. The stock in
port is 592,500 bales, including '11)0,000 Amer
ican.. Manchester advices are favorablo, the
"warkot for goods closing quiet but dull,
i Jirtadntufft. All qualitiM show a declining
icaacnoy. Messrs. lticoaroson x sponoa re
port Flour dull and quotations barely main
tained. American quoted at 25(o,2fls. per bri.
Wheat dull at a decJino of (2d. per cental:
n lea old at 7s. 4d.9..; white 8i.9i. 4d.
Id.; yellow 5s. 9d.($fi. 2d!; whito 7p.'f7t,7s- 6i.
J'rovitiong. Market closes atoadv. Hnef
steady. Fork quiet and quotations nominal.
Bioon dull and holders are pressing on the
. . TVorfifri". Rtipar ataadv and in. Vietler An.
mand. Coffee quiet: all qualities have Blightly
declined. Rice quiet. Resin firm and all
realities have advanced: sajes common at 4s.
pontine steady at 35s. Cd.36g. Tea closed
LIVERPOOL, September 24.
The " estimated sales of Cotton to-day are
7,000 bales, including 2,000 bales for export.
rJne market closes quiet.
The Arctic steamer i'ooe had. returned with
interesting records and relics of tho Franklin
expedition, from which it appears that Sir
John Franklin died in 1847, and the ship
wrrs abandoned in 184S.
The King of Belgium's proposition to set
tle the Italian question was reported to have
been accepted by Napoleon. It includes an
European Congress to assemble at Brussels.
Tho statements regarding the other provi
sions were conflicting.
The London Heral-d has reason for believ
ing that o definite treaty of peace will soon
bo concluded at Zurich, bearing, however,
nly the signatures of Trance and Austria.
Tlio preliminaries of Villa Franca will be
A dispatch from Berne says that a courier
from ienna had reached Zurich with in
Ktructions to draw up a treaty of peace and a
document for the cession of Lombard to
No allusion was made to the Duchies.
The Arctic, expedition found at Point
'Williams a record, dated April 25, 1848,
signed by Captains Crozier and I-'itz James,
saying that the AVcJiwand Terror were aban
doned three days previously in the ice, and
that one hundred and five survivors were
proceeding to Great Fish River; thnt Sir
John Franklin had died in June of the pre
vious year, and that the total deaths to date
were nine officers And fifteen men.
Many interesting relics were found on the
western shore of King William's Island.
Others were obtained from the Esquimaux,
who stated . that after the abandonment of
the ships, one was crashed by the ice and the
other forced ashoro. Several skeletons of
Franklin's men, quantities of clothing and
a duplicate record up to the abandonment
of the shir, were discovered.
' Tho English journals continuo to discuss
the San Juan question, generally in conciliat
Large reinforcements for China were to
leave England by the overland route. A
had already sailed.
Tha Daily JVeici'i city article says. "The
funds on Friday were stationary in pricos
and transactions being od a scant scale.
Th JfW city, article kV': "Notwith
standing the near approach or l.18 en ' 'be
quartor, there is undiminished cas inthedis
oat market, and considerable trJ,8aotion
Ufc j.-iCe at 214, per oenL"
8it Stephenson, the eminent engineev "
"Py! as dangerously ill.
pb. It is asserted that the result of
ii4t of the King of Belgium to Napoleon
" was fauy successful, ana various
ftittseri are afloat ?tfthi regard to the arrange-
i uira into.-
The London Timet Paris correspondent says
thnt one report was, that the question of the
Duuhlos had been settled, and that Tuscany
was to he roigntil over by the King of the
Belgian's picnj.d von; ftkd, repoit siys that the
Court of Flandora is to hate the. Italian
Buchios, and -the . Archduke Maximilian,
Yenitla, with separate constitutions, i These
reports are anthontioated, and must be taken
for what they are worth. , '
Another Paris rumor was that thcro was
to be no Chinese expedition: that tho heads
oi inemanaarinsouendingat reuioiiaU boon
pi-oflered in atonement, coupled with prom
ises to make all the satisfaction that con be
required, nnd that the embassadors will bo
immediately received at Pokin. It is ex
pected that the King of Belgium, Prince
Riohard Metternich and Count Walewski will
remain at Biarritz until tho departure of tho
Emperor, at the end of September. "
- Prince Poniotowaski had quitted Italy for
.uuuTius, iioru tiowiey naa not cone to
Biarritz, as was expected, and it was thought
no would not go.
The Paris correspondent of the London
Bnrali regards the sohemo of placing a Belgian
Prince on the Tuscan throne as a ridiculous
Tho T!met't Tarls correspondent effain draws
attention to the great activity in the French
dock-yards, and states that he has been as
sured that there was now building or under
orders to be built, twenty ships-of-tbo-line,ten
of tho very largest size, and the others of in
ferior calibre, but all strintly fighting ships,
steel-plated and provided with iron beaks and
Numerous exiles had arrived at Marseilles,
the amnesty including Manque and Bersohat.
The Consul General of the Mclle has requested
permission to cultivate and manufacture to
bsceo there. .
.". The Paris Bourse bad been firm and ani
mated, The rentes on the 23d had advanced
'o COf. 25o.
The Paris correspondent of the London
' 'ntor, who has ou several occasions com
Snm "ated early and authentic news, assorts
tfint t "aPoleon accepts the plan of the King
tft '''elgians, which it. to give the fortresses-
t . e'ebeira nnd Mantua, and tho
States of rma an( ModaJ to Sardinia, to
minnlnf ( bouse o Lorain in Tuscany,
tho introduction of variety ot reforms,
Venetia is to have governmental mstitutions
and en army of its owi..- "a!r the Archduke
Ferdinand Wimillian, v' . tlj i'la,.l
Grand Duke of Venitia. Tijs stipulation
has the concurrence of Austria.
A' conference is olso to be held at Brussels
over by the K Ing. This letter is
date -1 on the evenin g of the 22d.
The l'lia PatrU ha8 ftn alticl w par"
tiallv efc'urm' thi! statemen,t-
t.i y--The Sardinian GoTernment has ad
dressed a circular to the Great Powers, deny
ing the cessation of Savoy to francs and de
daring suoh juniors entirely void of founda-
The Sardinian Government is also said to
have protested W the Great Powers the secret
aid afforded by Anuria m reoruiting soldiers
f0rE?idePnce0'was being yMUlei to prove that
Parma, under the governieat of the Duchess,
did not maintain a neutral Attitude during the
U ThVliing of Sardinia was rnst enthuaiasti-Ca-
received on his visit to Parib, LodI, &o.
Tho 'ope remained in a very alarming state
and Ca?di Antonelli had declared him unfit
to attend torublio ffai
A-- of the United States, Mr.
tha. the Ministei . , memorial to the
Fay, has proientea usto interveD0 with
Council, praylK d , enforoinlr
the Cantons which persev. t UnU(jd stito
tolerant measures against . Mflcation of the
with a view of obtaining a mow
,am0, . x , ; ' had bjen
Shath. The roport that Seviano . j-ul,
appointed Captain-General of Cuba, wu nad
confirmed. It is reported that England
offered to mediate in the case with Morocco.
Turkey. Amicablo relations have been es
tablished botween Turkey and Persia. Matters
at Candia were of a very serious character,
and numerous troops had boon sent thither.
Schamjl was betrayed by a bribo of 6,000,000
roubles. The Circassians continuo in war with
PARIS, September 24.
Tho King of tho Belgians was to leave
Biiritz last night for Geuon, where, it is
said, ho is to confer with several important
personages. It is suppled that his journey
connected with tho proposed CoBgrcss at
The report of tlio foundation of tho King
dom of Central Italy, undor tho Count of
Flanders, is positively denied.
LONDON, September 24.
In the treaty with the Cochin Chinese, tho
French Admiral obtained four important
concessions, viz: The exorcise of the Christian
religion; atrcaty of commerce; the cession of
the town of Scgan and adjoining territory,
and tho recognition of tho right of the French
tho Bay Suren.
The health of tho King of Prussia is worse.
The harvest of Belgium will be only two
thirds of the average.
The Taris correspondent, of tho London
"Cherbourg is about to be armed com-
Jiletely on a war foot ing, with rifled-cannon
or all tho batteries."
ST. LOUIS, October 7.
A dispatch from Independence says that
the mail which left there on the 27th ult.
for Snnta Fe was attacked by the Indians
when beyond Pawnee Fork. The conductor
and another man were killed. The incom
ing mail due on Tuesday has not yet arrived
here, and fears ere entertained for its safety.
A speoial dispatch from Independence to
the Rrpublimn says thnt Mr. Otero, delegate
to Congress from New Mexico, and wife,
Judge Watts, wife and son, Judge Porter
and Mr. Crenshaw, are presumed to be with
the ineoming Santa Fe Mail party, for whose
safety much anxiety is felt. The attack on
the outgoing mail was made by tho Kiowa
Indians on the 24th ult. The dispatoh also
Bays that another mail can not leave until a
military escort is furnished.
Another dispatch from AtcliUon to the
Republican announces the arrival of the Salt
Lake Mail with dates to tho 10th. A party of
emigrants from Louisa County, Iowa, and
Linn County, Missouri, was attacked by the
Shoshone Indians near Marsh Valley. A. L.
Root was killed and J. W. Pauline, Wesley
Focum and Thomas Blunt, were wounded.
The Indians took all their cattle and burned
their wagons. Another party from Burlington
was attacked In the same vicinity. One man
was killed and one wounded. Lord Grosvenor
atrivod at Salt Lake on the 6 th ult., en route to
California and China. Col. Chapman's com
mand had arrived and relieved Col. Rugglos,
who left on the 8th ult. for Fort Leavenworth.
The Cricket Match.
NEW YORK, October 7.
The playing of to-day in the cricket match
was very line, the fielding and bowling being
Sharp, (run oat,) 3; Jackson, c. Lookyer, b.
Wisden, 25; Carpenter, (not out,) 52; Ilayward,
e. Wilby, b. AVisden, 1; Diva, b. Grundy, 0;
flibbes, b. AVisden. 1; Stephenson, e. and h.
Grundy, 1; Long, b. Grundy, 6; Lillywbito,
(not out,) 4; PoTd, b. Grundy, 0; Geage, b.
Grundy, 1. Total 04.
Lockjer's side, second innings Parr, (run
out,) 3rt; Waller, b. Stephenson, 7; Grundy, o.
Diva, b. Stephonson, 4; CofTvn, o. Lillywhito,
b, Jackson, 1; H. Wright, b. Jackson, 0;
Ceasar, b. Jackson, 3; Lockyer, b. Stophenaon,
14; Wisden, b. Stephenson, 0; Bashford, b.
Jackson, 1; Hudson, (not ont,) Ojbyosand leg
byes, 5; wldes, 7. Total, DO.
Stephenson sent in his men athalf-pastfour,
and when the time to draw the stumps had ar
ired the soore stood as follows: Long, c: Cea-
b. Wisden, 0; Ford, b. Wieden, 0.
s'ix 0Ters or twenty-four balls, were bowled
for this J080'1, n mt'oh will be resumed
WASHINGTON, October 7.
There is but little additional intollijrenoo to
day relative to the fillibusters. One official
dispatoh from New Orleans statea that the tow-
boat Jhnlkeriad been seized, together with tho
captain and erew, and arrangement! have J&een
made to arrest the party who went down tho
river as far as South Pass in that vessel. vThe
opinion is expressed in tho same dispatoh that
tho waole icneine nas been truitrateu.
Therccent removals andohanges in tho Phil
adelphia Navy Yard creates some trouble here
. i . .... . - i - - : i
lor Certain UtgullltntiB, uuu jjruiuiaen iviuu riuu
developments, which will strike hard at the
Navy Department, and will not be pleasant for
some of Mr. Buchanan s government omciais
Michigan State Fair.
DETROIT, October 7.
The Michigan Agricultural Fair closed to
day, having been tho most successful ever
held in this State. Every department was
complete, and the crowd in attendance was
unprecedented. Watera's steam-plow was
exhibited, and attracted special attention.
Tha anuiml address was delivered yesterday
afternoon by Governor Banks, who, with
Governor Wisner, and Senators Bingham and
Chantler, was escorted to the grounds by the
military and fire companies.
PITTSBURG, October 7—M.
River three feet six inches by the pier-mark
and falling. Weather clear nnd cool.
ST. LOUIS, October 7—P. M.
River fallen about an
twenty-four hours, ami is still receding
slowly. Nothing new from any of the upper
streams; all are low, and oa the decline.
Weather cloudy and warm, portending rain.
RICHMOND, VA., October 7.
In the house of clerical and lay deputies,
the order of the day beine the consideration
of tho third article of the constitution was
postponed. The dioceses pf Kansas and
Minnesota were admitted to the convention
l.v tha concurrent action of both housos.
The house of deputies voted to hold the next
t riennial convention at Chicago. .'
American Board of Foreign Missions.
PHILADELPHIA, October 7.
The Board of Commissionera of Foreign
Missions continued evening session till ten
o clock this morning, ueoating tne report oi
the Prudential Committee recommending the
discontinuance of the Choctaw Mission. The
report was finally adopted. .. , , ,. .
LEAVENWORTH, October 7.
Tho adoption of the Wyandotto Constitu
tion is rendered certain by the reception of
returns from the most important counties.
The majority will probably reach 4,000.
Arrival of the Fulton.
SANDY HOOK, October 7.
Tho steamer Fuhon, from Southampton on
the 21st ult., has been signaled, iter ad
vices have been anticipated.
From Pike's Peak.
LEAVENWORTH, October 7.
The Denver City Express, with dates to the
30th ult., reached here last night, bringing
311,000 in gold. The news is unimportant.
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative,
A BAKU, KifiY AND XFFKCTIMI. CUSS, FOB
Summer Complaint, Diarrhea, Flux, dee.
T-inty-llTe cents per botllo.TDB
GEO. M. DIXON, Druggist,
Corner of Fifth and JUnlii-strceta.
Sr I". H. HOWEKAMP IS A CANM-
- for ro-olection to the olHcoof Justice of the
jainit llio Oppotltlou
All persons having blU
tliiiln for payment on
'liritui t ton u-ill nlinun nrrufavnv
SATl'ltDAY MORXIKO. Oi-toKv, (ih'n Com.
r - a m rt & i rii n t fl' nu'It,
lifCi? A incctiiiR (if tlio Hnlwcnliers . n Mi-ntnr
piiumnlnrv Testimonial to Captain -A lino. . abuve
ill bo belli n' National Hall. Vlno-tro '., at
Klltll, Oil S.Vll lU'AI I.VMini '"l"
Vclock, for the purpose of niakiiiB all ucccctsw
rant'inenis lor uio prpBouiHiion u bh.iiv,
ocSa DANI10L FiTHIAH, Treasurer.
THE SECOA'D COMING O"
THE LORD. A conrfc nl Lectures will bo
irlii erod on successive 8AUUATII KVKNIHHS, in
tire new Church lompie. oo unujwui -
tV68ti Ram and Klin, iu which tho wliole subject il
be curefully considered ill the lisbt of reason hu4
The flrrtlectnre will be delivered TO-MOBRI'W
KVEN1NG. Subject: "Tho Second ComiDS of the
Lord is not n I'ersoiinl Advent." All are cordhtly
Invited to attend. Heats free. oc8-
BPrriAL MEETrNG CIJJ-
ii wvatt T.iinfilC. No.U? F.end A. m
i.u. ulll mPBtfnr work on SATURDAY, VV
Ootober 8. at 7 o'i lock P. M. A piint"' V
tendance Is r&iuostod. By order of W.M.
oc7h JA(;KSON SbANE, Secretary.
Times copy once nnd eh.
GRAND MASS MEETING OF
rriin T.t? f 1 int." I fl V. There Will UO S
iiiajsnicotiiiKortlio IJeinocrki-x 2!'-nT-V tii Ti-viT'ii
t Fifth-Htreot Markot-spsce.oi SIT VilPArLEI'p
n..t. ii nJ ' ir ininf..n. Hon. W illiam S,
(irooaWck. Oon. Willlnm 11. Lytl. Josepl E. Kgly,
K(., nnd 1'. Mdiroarty, Ei., will a arej .no maei
in e. All clliensaie Invitool to be pt ef"Jv, ITIt
llv mt or fit Mm l.v. limit. j. J .
SIXTEENTH VTABI) sJ'I'PO-
l'ijiiiav WL-urvn .i.....KD 7 n. II.. mm 'r vi
D lllfl nALjLf I . IU1 IV to lie
ri..,'ro. n.J.....u, vhjuh i iiiv vv. ...
Ulul.tl. i.,l Vrn.nn..l.la Mnul tha Artill.?rr
and Fireworkt Kill give interest to the meeting,
octi-b' GEO. 1J. WHITCOM.
iUomniercial copy 1 1 and charge P resa.J
Sf PALMER'S DEPILATORY
SfClr POWuKRivill romoTO suporflnous hair
without full, If liu'd nccordiiiu to the directions.
Del ug entirely free from all nrwdiiral or otlmr poison
mis iiigrediHutfi, no liuiiKor uocd bu apprehended from
its application, rrlce .'hi cents. oc5.
PALMER'S BAI.HI OF ROSES
I. a nn-narntion thnt will Iw dillv aDnrecla-
loil by all that desire to restore by art the bloom of
youth. Its application ie quite cutty; its effects per
fectly natural, nnd lis use 1 entirely hitrmlens. it Is
npplliii Willi aliioiittenedi-liitli. Pricn2S cents roc
PALMER'S LIQUID BLANC
II F. PRAItf.R is fiuit MiDersodlnB the use
of Htwders for tho faco, as, in addition to nil tho do
itirablepropertienof tlie iiiiOBt powdor, it poaseflttes
tltat ofalliiyiii? all inflammation, removes tan, aim
burn and frocklvH, and when propttrly applied, its ef
fects can not be distinguished from those of Nature's
own lieautlllor. It isnppliud with a null sponge, rub
bing the face gently with a piece of sost llunliol after
it lias In-come dry. Priro .VI conti.
BOI-ON 1'AtMER, Aent,
Mntitifacttirer and Importer of Fotlumory, Mo. 3D
West Fourth-itrect. 0C5
THAT DR. KOnACK'S SCAN-
D1XAYIAN Blood Pilln and Itlood Purl.
her ro a ponitiro cure for Dyipepila in pi-ored by
nuuioiouri i -riri nun ilik in t in ii.h-iii -1 not
which can be i-xuinlned nt lilt office, f(o
Kotirth-ntroet, by any one nt atiy tl me.
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS.
VV-MM. IllClll-IWlinilUU III , VUl I'DVItW, M I III III U TU
n'i.M....t..aiA ....i ........
iy nt IHatrlct Atnu-Hiforit, in now open for examina
tion, nt llio County Audilor'n iidlcc. to which ntti-n-
I Ion iadireeterf. If any complaint ia to lienindit, tho
lame nboiild bo in writing, ami proviotii to the fourth
Monday in October, niter which no complaint
wi ii w rpvtjMro.
By order of tho Board of Equalization,
, HUWAUD JuAtTJUXWB,
fpK-tt ' Atidltur,
kp.sf,d;'s medical iis-
CUVbllY lRfknow)eiloo(lllv lliamnat Km.
inert nh)irians, and by iho-ntwC mretul drufiata
tli roitelnxi t tlio United Him, tu ho IhoinnHt effectual
blootl-piiri tier over known, and lo havonliovcil more
iiinVrinK, nnd ellocUiil mor aonnauont vtirea, than
any pri-piiratlnn known lit tliu proluiwioii. Kcrofnla,
Halt Ithunin, Kryalpehut, Hcald.lieu.l, HCaly ernptinns
of wlmtioovcr uatiiro, uro cured liy a few bottloi, nnd
the avutem re.turod to full atrf-imtli nnilvlffni. Villi
end explicit ilireciionRfor tliocnroof ulcerated sore
li' B, iiki oilier corrupt and running ulcer, In ilvon In
tne pamphlet with eivih boitltj. for aie by JOII S D,
PAUK, SCIBE. EIJKHIEIN &.C0,, aucl OKllltQE
n, uiAun, i-riceai, epiy-ay
Democratic County Ticket.
THOMAS M. Kir, CUr; 4
SCO. W. HOLMB8, Bpeicer T.;
K. A.EBG08PN,Cb-M Tj.
House ot BepremntatNw:
, WH, J. FLAGS, City; I
, John soHirr, Delhi Tp.t
JOSEFS JONAS, City; i , j
PATRICK HOGEB8, Ultr;
J. T. WBIGHT, Bprisgnsld Tp.;
DK. WM. JONES, Sycamore Tp,;
WM.B. JESOP, Harrison Tp.
' Board of Equalisation:
DR. J. L. V.TIIBK,Olt7l
ISBASL BROWN, ByomorTp.; , ..
J. DAN JONES, Columbia Tp.
DR. X. D. CROOK.BHAHK, Green Tp.
Jodgo of Court Common Pleas:
ISAAC O. COLLINS, City. '
County ComrolMloner: - . '' '
JOHN N. BIDOWAT, (flij. ,
Director of Infirmary: . ,
SAMUEL BE NN. Green Tp. . .
ifptt ' J
Opposition Meetings will be held at
the following places:
SATURDAY, October 8.
Colerain Township Egfleston, Ha-
sanrek, Tafel, Floro endGarrard.
Mtirnhv'i School Itonso. Delhi TowaiMn-J. P.
William.. P.ZInn. Dr. J. A. Wsrdfr, A. W. Bllnn
and Dr. Leonard.
Morttank-B. 8. Iiispltt. J. H. Jons, W. C. Thorpe
and rioro. ...
Polktown, 8ymmes Towmlilp-Tncle Jos Rosi.W.
C. Thorpe, tggleston and others. .
TTnlnn MoatlT.tr for -TTnrrlnon. ThlleStr Rnrl
Crosby Townships, at Ilnrrison, Sstnrdar afternoon
at two o'clock Burrowes, Leonard, Crlppea and
Uhsviot Hon. J. A. Gtirley, F. Ztnn and Undo Joe
Boas. . .
MONDAY, October 10.
Dar'i School IIoiub. Green Townshir D. Laoimnl
and Dunlap, in English, and Tafel in Gorusn.
By order of the Committee.
oc6 J. K. KEES,Uee'y Opp. Xx. Com., Ham. Co.
Opposition County Ticket.
For Judge of the Court of Common PJ'ifti; '
: . . W11. 1L DIXON. . i
For Director of County Infirmary;
E. L. MU0IU1ORE.
For Members of the State Board of Equalization:
JOHN F. TOBRENCB,
; BAMDEL B. KEYS,
O.O. BAYS. '
i ..... For Treasurer: ,
, . For County Commissioner: .
JOS. 8. BOSS, ,. '.
Opposition State Ticket.
For State Senators:
",, . . W. S. BURROWES,
W. L. LEONARD,
For State Represeu latins:
' - Dr. WM.B.DAYIS, '
, ' ... ' ' Gl'STAVE TAFEL, :
. .,' W.G.CBIPPEN, itj .
JEPTHA GAKBABD, :
JOHN M. COCHBAN, . .
": WM. FLOKO,
JOSEPH CILLXT. '
For Justlcos of tn Peace:
F. K. MART IN, ,.
H.n.SCU'jLTZ.. . ,
Cole & Hopkins,
WILt OFFER ON ' '
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1 October 10,
H I O H
Silk Kress Patterns
The above Goods, purchas
ed of the Im.perters, and at
Action in New York, are
grea tly below the cost of im
COLE & HOPKINS,
FIFTH AND VINE-STS.
, foce-tf) ....
Paris Dress Goods!
COLE & HOPKINS
On Monday, October lO,
Real Irish Poplins,
Ricli Faris Dclainet,
Our Customers can rely upon
the recent selections as being
the latest novelties brought to
The Goods were purchased at
the Lowest Cash Prices, and will
be sold at low figures.
COLE & HOPKINS,
Cor. Filth and Vinc-itn.
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS
,. CINCISXATli ; ,
- INVITE THB ATTENTION OF
Bailroad and Insurance Companies,
'' i,' , : ' AND , . '" Y
, To tbeir large and uncqnaled assortment 6f .
Plain and Fancy Stationery,
Embracing every description of Y
Knrolops, Mucilage, Steel and Quill Pods;
rostoillce BnTlop, Card, Bill-bead and Ctvah. boxes
Black, (tannine and Copying Ink; Copy Books;
Card), I.end-ponolla, Qlokes, letter and I nrolce Flloe
Notts, Brafta and Bills of Kxchange, Tiasue Papers;
Copying Book! und Prossos, Oil Fupor, Cutlery, to.
PACED AffOVXT BOOKS,
!, i .. '. i . ' '..ill,'
pass, and Memorandum Books,
Or any desired Pattern manufactured to order, from
the belt English and American Fapen. .
. .i. . . . . . -. . . : i ...
'. Writing and Printing Papers.
' A eompletoitock of the varlouaqnalitieaot Letter,
Cap, and Note Papers; flat Cap, Demy and Medium
Ledger Papere, Folio Post, Sov ;, '.,,.'.'
Bills at Lading,
: Rnllrond RccelptH,
Fire nnd AIni-ine Policies, Ac.
Bf9" Printed to order on the ahorteat notice, faiij
ocg-al' " ;
O A ll D.
TO TUE LADIES. '
: JutreoetTfld,ly Eipross, to-day, a
bsaatlfnl lot of
CHILDREN'S ANCY HATS.
The etylei are new, aad the goods
ALSO-A few elognut Rlillna lists.
I. F, BAUER, I
. Ht Walnut, below Fourth. '
"VyB WIlL SHORTLY BE jN P03SE3-
BIOS or one of Hoe's Kuur-c j iinilur Prcsaeii,
ami trill have for rout our "
Double-Cylinder Hoe' Press,
In 11 no running coiiilition, tu((etlior with i'ower and
a Large Koom.WXi) feel. Korrurther Information
apply at the Counting-room, Emiulrqr Bullillog.
. ;ncK-c; . - ' .
Mayor's Proclamation. .
Mavoji'b OrncR, CiNcmNATi,1
Octi.ber 0, J6St. J
IN PUK&UANCE op a resolution
acliiplni liy the City Ooiincll on the 5th ltnt., I
therefore lasiio I Ills, my Pnx lamatloii, rtnueuting
the keepers of Ooffee-lioiises and Beer-saloons to cliwe
their In unea on the nth dy of Ootober next, the
day of State and County ICIectlons, in conformity
with tlie resolution ol Coitnr.tl nml ii,a ntn.Ml i.t.
of the community. ' '
R. M. BISHOP.
re-tti " '
FOR THE KENTUCKY TRADE,
FOR THE KENTUCKY TRADE,
The Winchester Chronicle
The Winchester Chronicle
IT IIA8 AN IMMENSE
IT HAS AN IMMENSH
Throughout the Blue Grass Hegion.
Throughout (lie Blue Grass Region.
JNO. A. WILLIAMS,
. push . '
(Fronting the Steamboat Landing.)
North-east Corner Broadway ami Trout.
CINCINNATI, OHIO, . . .
E. F. LEVEEING, Proprietor.
Premium Coal Cooking; Stove.
Smokc-coniumliig Coal Cooking Stove,'
li without a rlral. Call on
ADAMS & PECKOVER,
Invonton "ml Manuroclurera,
Novelty Iron Works,
O O J3
Fourtli-ttreet, WVLt of Smith.
Kiamint th Alliglor - read toitimontali.
toe ' '
WIlOXEIHAI.E BUYERS will
nodtu.ouc Joblilug X)epartmntatook of
r HATS.. GAPS ,
.;, ,: AND : v.- : '
Quite aa attractlT fbr Taricty, cbeapnoas and adapt,
atlon to tfie wanta of Western Trade, as oan be found
In any Eastern establUbment.
We hare a large anil desirable stock. Herohsnta
will And it to their advantage to glre ut a call..
WM, DODD & CO.,
. ' . 144 Main-street,
eelbw 4 i . - , 8St Jlile, below fouitU,
.., Our Four-Dollar Press Hats
Art Soiling Very Ilnplilly. . .
THOSE WHO STUDY ECONOMY AND
require an elegant Cliapoiiu should call and
elect one from our numerous styles.
J. C. TOWERS & CO.,
FA 8H ION ABLE HATTERS,
No. 149 Maiix-street,
ONI BOOB BELoV JODITH. '
' looM i -
FAIL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
OAK HALL CLOTHING DEPOT.
BARWISE & KING,
100 Mnln-st., Tliree Doors nbore Vourlli,
E HAVE NOW ON HAND A.'lAROK
.nrl " f.n?iin1ntA ..nrlmonl aI . na.lw nwl
Clothing, gotten up exrresslv for the Kotail Trade,
oompr lain null tho etylrs of Frock Costs, Bnlnes
lloHls, Ovorcoats; Velvet, Cashmere and l'lusli Vests:
Black and Fancy Panta, all of which are warranted
of the best material and workmanship.
Also, a general stock; of Cloths, of nil colors: Cns.
Blineros, Overcoatinga, Biwinese Costings and Yost,
ings, In every style, which we are riupardd to maks
to order, in tho lndt stylo. 1 .
tar flentlomen'e rnrnlshlng Goods. ' oolhwf
JOHN H. DETERS,
BOOT. AND. . SHOE MANUFACTURER,
No. 53 Wet PourthiHti-oet,
HAS ! JUST HECKIVKD A SPLENDID
nseortmont of tho renowned l'lillad'lphin
llixita and Slices, for fall and winter wear. Cull and
see them. oo7
'110 PROCURE THE VERY BEST
STENCH. MARKING PLATE
That can be mads In the city go to .
H3. IMC. 0EOXTE!H.JS,
l'Hl Wnlnut'flt., bet. Third and Kourth,
(Nen-t door to the Maaonio Temple.)
1C. M. P. llM IhrfiA Tlinlfii.nui awurilAjl l.ln. rn 4I.A
tuni. w.'i iv ..-1
T O DGE'S
GRATES AND STOVES !
Any Style of Grutea enn be Sot or Keset with
AS THE MERITS OF THIS VAI,
TJAnl.K ImproVfiment have boon fully estah.
lisbed in this city and vielully by over FIVE THOU
SAND who have used it the past two wintera, we
presume it Is only necosxnry to remind all who do
ire (ookomv and comtoht that ten season to propare
fur winter bns arrived, mid llint it would be well to
bavo their Grates resol before the Fall Housr-olban-ino
commences; the sooner It ia done the bettor.
Our workmen leave no dirt; there is no necessity of
removing carpets or furniture.
Any communication through mail will receive
prompt attention, and descriptive Circulars will b
cnt grntis if desired.
VOi-dnrn may bp left nt No. 20 Went Fifth
street, where tlie 1'ntentHtove may be aeen.
J. B. It VAN & CO., Proprietors.
J. DLAKEIiY, General Agent. ooto
Places of Holding Elections.
CITT CLERK'S OFFfOB, 1
ucrronaa e, inw. j
IN pursuance of erowlution adopted by the
City Council, on the Sth day .of October, IPSO,
notice Is hereby given to the iinalifled electors of tha
different Varus, thnt the following placea were des
ignated to hold Raid election said election to be
holdon On the 11th day of October, 18.W, vin:
Fin-t Ward Old eiiRine-hoimo, north aide of
Fourth-street, between Sycamore and Broadway.
Pecond Wara-Kiigine-house,nextwestof Mechan
ics' Institute, on Hiath-street. - "
Third Ward Small brick office, north aide o
Second-street, botween Ludlow and Lawrence
Fourth Ward ISnglne-hnnse, eaat aide of Vlna
Itreet. between Front and Berond-stroeta.
Fifth Ward No. 5 Engine-house, east alda of Vlna
street, botween Canal and Oourt-strcetB.
Sixth Ward Hockman's Coal-oillce, on Tark
trmt and Whitewater Canal.
Hoventh Ward Leonard's Fork-heuae, on west
lido of Kim. near Fourteenth-street.
Eluhtli Ward Engine-house on Cutter-street, ba
twoen Betls and Laurel-stroetfl.
Ninth Ward No. 7 Engine-honse, oa Webster
Itreet, between Main and Srcamore-streotf.
Tenth Ward Eugine-house on Ilaco-strMt, be
tweca Thirteenth and Fourteenth-streets.
Eleventh Ward Junction of Hamilton-road and
Vine-street, at Alobawk Engine-houae.
Twelfth Ward UrigUton Engine-house, on Bank
street. Thirteenth Ward Xnglne-house on Sycamore
street, lietween Seventh and Eighth-Streets.
' Fonrtcenth Ward Engine-house onGeorge-etreet,
between Pluni and Western-row.
fifteenth aril M estorn Engine-house, on Flftli
Itreot, between Mound end Smlth-sti'eote. .
Sixteenth Word Horth- went corner of Eighth and
Seventeenth Ward New engine-house, oorner of
Vance nnd Front-streots.
The noils will be opened between the houtnof six
and eight o'clock in the morning, and close at six
o'clock in the afternoon. HAM. 1.. COBWlNJt,
, oc7-tt . tilty Clerk.
J BY THE IAWHS OF COVIKOTON',
' TO TIF ' ' ' '
INOEPENDKNT KENTUCKY KOVEKr),
At Odd Vellowa' Hall, Covington,
THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER IS,
I860, on which occasion Urand Military Hall
will be given by the t'ompauy. IT lag Presentation at
half-past eight o'clock. Music.by Garrison Band.
MTTlcketa can be obtained of. the following gen
tlemen: UiKfiiiKATi-Captain W. 8. Bock, nyVifih
itreet; Hitior .1. W. Burke, Third-street; Jumps
Murphy, Madison House.' UovinotOm flleckburn
A New, Pike-street; Noonan A Uro., Koott'Streel ;
lainea MoLauglilig, Clinton Home. , KiwroaT-tio.
ft. Fearous. , , ,
- JTA11 inllitary gentlemen attendlus the 1'ie.
sntation,are reinosted to appeal iu lull drens uni
LANE It BOOLIY,,
, AND CIBOTJIAR BAV MILLS,
Oernee Job mm4 Water l.,Oiaeiaaatl.O.
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