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Later from India—Delhi Still Held
by the Insurgents.
NEW YORK, Oct. 12.
Tl'fl uliMiimliip A ( I.-. n i r, with I,it!'M
from l.ivfi onl In tVi -!, ti t. , lias nr
tivl o.i i-.m 'f I' "ik i i.iornin;.
Tim Atlt'i:i) In i i'i Into (i ' from
I r, -li r.
Tim "Ivi 'M from IVllsinroto Atr
Numcroo elinrp encounters liml oc
furvfl'l t IVllii, in which tho rcln-ls
wcro dcfontoil, lut htill licM ptwcsr.nn
of tho city.
Tho Furopc.m reinforcements wore nr
fivinp, uti'l n "fKKult was expected to
L ni.-uin nl.out tho 21(li.
A doubtful dispatch plates that Gen.
ci lock had reached I.ucknow, tho
pirr'uon of whi li held out ngainst the
'Tho garrisons nt Ajrrn wero feorirn nt
tho latest advices, but their condition
Tho Ponibny Times, which has been
received by tho overland mail, does not
mention tho arrival of Gen. Ilaverlock
It designates tho intelligence rc-
coived ns of ft disastrous character.
A letter from A boo nays that the
Kin of T'Vllsi has oirered to accept
terms, provided hi annual stipend was
Increased, but ho was informed that
nothing but an unconditional surrender
would ho accepted.
An Knglish officer reports that lie saw
K boat containing Nena Sahib and hi
family swamped in the Ganges, and that
all were drowned.
A telegraphic dispatch from .Mar
ceived at Turis, fays that the i
population of I'cngal were beginning
to rise, and that the revolution was be-I.
Other accounts say that more nut-i
tiaiea have occurred among the Ho,,, -
Vm v trooos. and that several suspected
regiments liavo been disarmeu.
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Lord hlgin has transterrea tlie In
atos Shannon and l'earl to the use of the
India government. 1I was about re
turning to China.
The latest accounts say that (ion.
Ilaverlock's position is regarded as pre
carious. Tho l'unjaub is tranquil.
The organization of the Sikhs regi
ments, for tho relief of Delhi, was rapid
. A magazine at Coahporo was struck
by lightning and exploded. Nine
hundred persons were killed, and
1,000,000 rderling of property was
Calcutta was becoming crowded with
fugitives from all parts of Hengal.
The imports at ( alcutta were aeeu
mulating; there were no buyers and mon-
ey was scarce.
The. paper of the East India Com
pany was quoted at 21 per cent, dis
connt. Martial law has been proclaimed in
Belgauui, a town in the province of
There aro also later dates from Chi
na, which state that Admiral Sey
mojr bad proclaimed a blockade of the
The imperial interview at Stutgardt
lasted lour clays, during wtnen
1 11 x-
polcon and the Czar had several
The question is agitated for an ear
ly meeting of the English Parliament.
- France. The French decree, pro
hibiting the export of Corn, has been
extended to September, 1S53.
Sardinia. Sardinia is making ad-
rf.nn-s lorn reconciliation with Austria.'
Liverpool, Sept. 30. j
Breadstuff steady. Flour on.iet, and :
. J . 1 .-.
firiees easier but unchanged. W Heat :
buoyant. Corn ouiet. Provisions dull.
Beef heavy, and holders are pressing
on the market. Bacon firm and buoy
ant. Lard dull. Sugar quiet.
Later from California.
New Orleans. Oct. 13. The steam
hip Granada with dates from Havana
to the 10th inst.. has arrived here.
She left the Northern Light nt Ha
vana with ?1 ,500,000 in specie for New
Tho Granada experienced a calo on
tho 3d and 4th tnsl., and afterwards de-
geried a wreck, name not known.
. Weller'a majority ill California is 11,-
... . . . . -. .
The Leirislaturo is lar-elv Dein -
Justice Murray is dead.
Col. Casey, of Tennessee, had been
killed in a duel by a Mr. Rlair.
Tho reported assassination of Alya
rci! had reached San Francisco.
Ilisturbanocs had occurred near the
boundary of Lower California, between
the Americana and the authorities.
A company was fitting out at San Ii
cgo to assist the Americans, which was
considered a filibuster movement.
It wan reported that Governor Castro,
of Lower California, fearing a revolution
among bis own people, hud joined the
Slight shocks of an earthquake Lad
been Adt near San Francisco.
The Constitutional Convention of Or
egon' was in session.
Tbe question of blavery was ilightly
California markets dull.
Tho accounts from tho mines were
Richmond, Oct. 13. Tho Custom
House at this port was entered last night
by robbers. The cafe was blown open
with powder, and 15,000 in S20 pieces
and f j,700 in five dollar pieces were sto
len. The robbers left $lo,000 behind.
rHTKRunmrirr, Va., (Jet. 13. Tlmm-
i II. II ardenburgh, tho cashier of the
branch bunk of Capo Fear, at Washing
ton, N. C, committed guieido by shoot
He leaves a largo family and was uni
Nocinse is assigned for tho act.
Steamboat Collision—Fifteen Lives
DURUQUE, Oct. 5.
Tiifl steamer Ben Coursin was run in
to by tho steamer Key City, at two o'
cloi L yi .-lerday morning, near La Crosse,
and immediately sunk ill fifteen t'eet
water. Fifteen 1 . k pa , icngers were
drowned. The t t.Mioi-r is a total loss.
Cob P.. nh n is mi bllv iiin,io. iin and
bin is at', d.tVH to ho nl le to leavo
l.isio.c. lie is reduced from conu-
Jcnry to a mere sleleton,
The Money Panic.
Nr -rs. Di'M.tVT, lliiAKi; cv, Co., pri
vate J'ankcrs, of Cincinnati, r-n-Miciidod
payment last week. Also, .Jam -s 11
Lucas & ('o., (1f St. Louis, the leading
banking firm of that rity.
Tho Legislature of this Slate, having
been called together in extra session, to
tako action in reference to tho ISank
suspensions, passed n Relief liill on
Tuesday, legalizing the suspensions, and
fixing the third Monday in April as
tho time for tie resumption of (specie
Great Excitement in New York.
Money nnd business matters contin
ue to row woi.-e in the Kastcrn cities.
On Tuesday n ' run" was made on the
Hanks of New York city, nearly all of
which had been paying specie up to that
time, nnd before the close of the day
eighteen of tho Hanks wero compelled
to Mispond payment. Tho following is
a list of the .suspended banks:
Tradesmen's; Uutclier's & Provir's;
Ocean; People's; Grocers'; Market; Ori
ental; New York Exchange; North Kiv
er; Merchants' Exchange; l!ovory:
Chatham; Irving; East ltiver;St. Nich
olas; Artisans'; Hull's Head; Murine.
Great crowds of people assembled in
Wall street, and around the Hanks, and
Tl5 most intense excitement prevailed.
It was supposed a general .suspension by
,u ti, i;.in k-i must tyke place. A
dispatch dated 10 o'clock Tuesday
"'J-'1'- ". " sported on good
authority that a meeting of the Hank
. .." ...
1 residents, was men in session
an immediate suspension wa
Hard Times for Mechanics.
Nearly three thousand work men have
been thrown out of employment recent,
ly from the largo foundries and manu
factories in Nev York and vicinity.
The ship-yards arc nearly deserted, as
arc the largo iron foundries comparative-
The largest cotton mills of New Eng
land arc also discharging ninny of their
operatives. In Cincinnati some of the
heaviest manufacturing establishments
have been compelled to do the same, in
cr,nseiiienee of the scarcity of money
I'nless there is a decided improvement
in financial affairs before winter sets in,
there will be a great deal cf suffering
among the working classes in the larsre
Suspension of Harper and Bros.
Nkw Yoiik, Oct. 5. Messrs. Harper
Si Brothers, extensive publishers, have
suspended. Their house is reported to
,.lV0 a surplus of upwards of 8I.O11O
Haii.road Fa i li UKs. The N. York
and Erie Railroad Company has failed,
and made an assignment. The Illinois
Central and Michigan Central have sus
pended. Eric stock is now down to
TRI ST Co.Ml'ANY A N I Si H IIiK. Will
iani C. Williams, of Manchester, N. II.
who lost $10, 000 by the Ohio J.il'e and
. i ' 1 1 ' U" . .. 1
iru-n. ompany, nung 011.1-ou in a ujiii
on the night ot October 0tl..
Severity of the Money Pressure.
In announcing the suspension of the
well known house of Garner & Co., of
New York, long regarded as. one of the
wealthiest firms in the country, the N.
Y. livening Post says;
Their payments for the month of Oc
tober amount to about one million of
dollars. They have offered to make a
(sacrilice of half a million of dollars, in
, order to carry them through; but the
i i . . ..i
money couni not re lia.l, ami nicy wi.-e-
1 1)' preferred to stop at once. The assets
of the house are said to be much larger
i than its liabilities, without touching their
1 mill property, in which they have in
j vested three millions of dolhys.
Several thousand people are dependent
upon them for labor.
Mr. Gamer failed in 132, when be
compromised with his creditors, and, af
ter three years of prosperity, paid them
They havo been instrumental during
the pre.-ent panic in sustaining several
other houses who are now able to go on
with their business, relying on their
undoubted credit to meet their ow n en
Indiana Banks. The Indianapolis
Journal, of tho 2d, says:
We learn that quite a number of offi
cers of branches of tho Bank of the State
wero in the city yesterday, and that a
comparison of views found thein united
that tho Bank of the State of Indiana
could and would go through tho finan
cial crisis, under all circumstance right
The Tippecanoe Bank at Logansport
has been protested. J lie bills are am
ply secured by a deposit of stocks.
All the Free Rank issues of Indiana
are perfectly sound and good.
A Contrast. In 1837, when the Lu
fciness world was convulsed to its centre,
under tho effects of a monetary crisis
this country imported from abroad, dur
ing the year, over eight million dollars
worth oi breadstufls. In 1So7, w lien
wo have a surplus of upwards of thirty
milhtjiii value of breudstulls lor export,
This difl'ere ico is decidedly encourag
ing. L'iu. (Ja;.ttti:
A 1IIN DA NCR AT TIIK WEST. The
Chicago Press says the Western harvest
is completed und more abundant than
ever. Corn, barley, oats, buck wheat
hay, fall feed and potatoes aro all secure
and good. H e quote:
A lar-i-o store of choice butter will be
added to the dairy products of tho sum
mer, which were never equaled in quan
tity nor excelled in quality. All kind
of roots and garden vegetables turn out
well. c never saw so great an abun
daneo of Cue cabbagon, and there arc
onions, beets, turnips, etc., to match.
And to these lounties aro to bo ndded
jail sorts t'f fruiU in profusion
Ht'SINI H-t Fam.i II M.-- inee the mon.
rtary pa nil' com meifcd witli tho fulnre
of the Ohio Life and 'flint Company,
there have been one hundred and two
business failures, suspetisimis, ,.e., in
New York city, and l'oity-lio in J'hila,
Suspension of the New York, Boston,
Hartford and Albany Banks.
Nf.w Yoiik, Oct. 1 I. In conformity
with the determination of the Hoard of
Hank Presidents, last evening, the
banks (if this city have suspended spe
Huston, Oct. 1 I. The banks of this
city have suspended specie payment.
The l'residents met this morning and
unanimously agreed to do so. The
banks of Hartford havo adopted tho
A l.ii AN V, Oct. 1 1.- The banks of this
city havo this morning suspended spe
Dki'I.ine in Fi.'.t it. The following
table exhibits the falling o!f in the price
of (lour in the New York market since
the first of August;
Aite. t. Oi f. fi. D.liue.
Superfine Slate, per bM $ !() $.1 Ml
Exlru Mule, ( i. 1 i.
Wrslrrn su;i"rfi ne , fi 40 4 SO
Ex'.rn Western, 8 .V) .r f.'l
Cniadiaii extra, 8 2j 5 CI)
Dal limnre, A lex.-uulm,
CoiT.vlinin, P T.'i .r .V
fnu!ii"Mi iiinl fancy ex. ! Ml 7 10
Tho different qualities of wheat have
declined in price si nee September 1 from
S.'ie to .! per bushel. The kind of flour
monflv n-'-ed ill families has ih'fdinod ?2
,' i .., r ii-
I'er iiaiiri, wmie uie iii ragr jailing oil
ill price of tho:-e qualili s consumed by
bakers is about FJ f0. l'ri es will ino.t
likely continue to reccdi' until the (dose
of navigation, which usually takes id nee
in the latter part of the month of No
vember, and even then merchants will
not be r.ble to maintain ju-ices if the pre
sent pressure continues; lor in that
vein they will be unable to hold the
anrc slocks which accumulate in their
warehouses at thin season of the year.
md an unusual amount will be forced
upon the market w hich will not find sale
except at a sacrilice. Cheering news
!or tho laboring classes. .V. V. lU-mll,
ITEMS IN REGARD TO THE CENTRAL.
AMERICAN DISASTER. The Last Soon of Capt. Herndon.
:.ivanna!i papers contain the
cricks, one of the rescued from the Cen
Between two and three hours after
the vessel sank. ('apt. Iferndon floated
up to where Fredericks ami some others
were on a raft. ('apt. II. was provided
witli a Handsome India-nil ber lilo-i.ro-
rvcr. and was floating on a piece of
plank. lie addressed them encoura-
in 2:1 V, saying;
' Uoys, this is a poor craft to tret to
New j; nrk in. Have vou -jot an v bran-'
dy among 'ou
lo ! rederieks, Capt. If. seemed enpa-
hle of floating in safety for a length of
V,-,, , . n ,
iM'ric or Tin: Central Amkrica.
The shin Sultana, which arrived at
Vow (lrl,.n,c no Hw. Kill. !...f 1',.,.,,. V
11 .'I.... l..'l. HIV .I'll! lll.'U., lU'ill -l.
oi k, reports jiassing, on the -lii ult..
off tho coast of North Carolina, the
n c , it
corpses oi jour men aim a piece ot a
cU to Have belonged to the
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ill-fated Central America.
WFr.r, Mkiutkp Comvumknt. The
Norfolk papers say that the Navy De
partment has given orders that the Nor
wegian lark Kllen, ('apt. Johnson,
which saved the lives of -i: of the pas
sengers of the ill-fated Central Anieri-
ca. shall be repaired at the government
expense, a nu Ml ppi n il Willi two liionllls
provisions, fur her home voyage to
A Wj:i.l - Mkiiitki) Comi i.i.mkxt.
Pic-idcnt Buchanan lias jiresented a
handsome gold chronometer to Captain
Johnson, of the Norwegian bark Ellen,
who rc.-cucd some of the passengers of
the ill-fated Central America. The watch
and chain tObt about io0.
TllKKK MoilK SavKD I ItOM TIIK Ck
1T.AI. Amkiuca. John Tiee, first assist
ant engineer of the lost steamer, Alexan
der Grant, fireman, and J. W. Dawson,
a colored pa.ssengcr, arrived at New York
last week, by the brig Laura, to which
they were transferred from the brig Mary
of Greenoch, Scotland, by which vessel
they were picked up after floating about
on the sea for liyJtt lig$ ami tirrnfi Iimirn
vitli'tut '., and nearly that length
of time without wateal Their suffer
ings were intense, and hen rescued
hey had not strength to stand, and
p eared like liing tkeletons. Their
cape is one of the mot re.narkablo in
uie annaio ol tliipwrcet.
I pwarUs ot ci-ht thousand dollars
been collected in New York in aid
tho passengers saved from the Ccn-:
tral Ameiiea. Mr. Stetson, of the As-
for House, w ith characteristic liberality
has tendered to the officers of (he bark
Marine free rjuarters at the Astor when -
cvcriu.ew lork. .
A writer in the New York Kvcning
I'ost who bailed in the (Jeorirc Law two
voyages as Engineer, says the vessel w;.s
as "the old tub. She was un-i
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seaworthy, und the owners changed
her name, and called her the "Central
America." He says the steamer Illi
uois, in the .same line, is no better
lioth were utterly iiiccaworthy, as he)
can deniontitrate when investigation is
One of the passeriLi-ers of the ill-fated
Central America, Mrs. Jane 1'ell, of
dlasgow, loa, arrived at Kurlin-'ton,
r,,.,-.. V i . ir i i
Iowa, a lew (lavs since. Her husband
was lost, and f 0,000 in .'old, with H
their property, was lo.-t.' ller destitute
condition excited much sympathy
I... ..!!.-. 4 1 1
A sum was rained for her
Tiik Prosi'k.it of Raising tiik Ci:
trai. Amkiuca. Si, .no iin.i.n I,...-,-.
been giving currency to reports that the
Huston Submarine Armor Company bad
proposed to the under writers to raise!
the Central America and save her treas-
Tho mate gives her position when
shn went down . l.-il it ndo '.1 1 4 V l..r..-i
tude 7 15'. From that point to tho
nearest laud (t ape l.oinan i is ninety-
five miles, and the soiindiii's show
., . ,,
huii'lred l.itlioies ol water. X roio tlieso
facts tho absurdity of at e.opling to
raise the vessel o: her treasure iuu-t
iiu.t, thorough, onio:
T!r:rs;!iy, :::::: Ocl. 15, 1S57.
The Result in this County.
l"p to the hour at which this is written
(0 o'clock, Wednesday evening) the re
turns from Concord, alem, and Ilamer
townships have not lxon received, though
we bnvn reported majorities in Ilamer
Tho whole Democralie ticket has suc
ceeded by majorities ranging from 100
to .".HO. The majority for Hayne will
probably reach the latter figure. Gov.
Chase's vote will bo about 1T0O, a gain
of 500 since 1 855. The American vote
will probably reach HOO, a falling off of
about Kit) votes on the last l'residential
election, the most f which havo pono
for (he Pcmoeratio ticket. The whole
vote of tho county Till be about 4200, or
0."i0 less than at the Presidential election
Mr. Collins, oureandidate fir Repre
sentative, is only leaten byaboutFO ma
ioritv. runninir some 200 votes ahead of
- ' ' ' J
the State ticket.
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;lr. .Mtliur, 1 1 10 .viiHTuau cauuniai
f..r Hoard of I'uhlie Works, was sup-
ported y many Republicans and some
p)rlnor.rats, and has a majority in the
,, ri- i i e r i
county. Mr. Hlickeiis'lerter di'l not re-
ceivo half of tho Republican strength.
As we shall publish the full offi
cial vote of tin) whole county next week,
I wo w ill n"t burden our columns with the
partial returns we have received.
The following aro the reported major
ities on Governor and Bepresentativc, as
far as we have received them:
Tnirnships. Ci '.". Vuyne. Cnllint. HiHjhr.
Itruslic.rco!:, 33 .I1)
!civ. :-d ar
I)oifin. ' 2:!
IirlUM, l'.U - 2M)
jTUMo", l'-" -- J20
J:ic!;nn, '1 1
l.il.crtv, -- ')0 -- 35
Madison, 91 H'2
; M;irsh:.l, 37 31
I N..w M.-irkct, Ci! 5
I Paint, Hi !8
ilVnn, S3 3!1
it .lion, 33 21
j Washington, CI 5.'
, Wliil.Mi.,li, 4i
I 3-2 (Ml 4l
! Concord, cstiiicilnil mnj. (ill
ISr-itciii, " " li"
I "' '
irng'ii".' nrj'iri'v, 97
( 'oust it ut ion al anieudmc n ts
the Bank Chirter havo no doubt failed
in the State. They were not placed on
-,n,- ,,r il (;.;( ;n !; nmmh- n,,l
e or no at.ention was paid to them.
I. S. Si n co the above was written wo
learn that Hughes' majority in Concord
is only 4.", or 1.") loss than our estimate.
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1,113 reduces his majority in the county
Mr. SafforJ, the Democratic candidate,
is no doubt elected Senator in this dis-
i t i i. ! i c i,:n:
tit. -v uispaicn receu eu iroiu iiiiui.
j cothc yesterday, s?ys that Boss county
gives him about 1(A) majority over Trim
ble. The reported majority for Bay no
Ohjo. Tho returns received by tcle-
graph arc too scattering and incomplete
lo indicate the result with any degree
of certainty. In some counties large
Democratic gains aro reported, in others
Bepiiblican gains. Franklin county
gives Vaync o00 majority, and Clevi land
Payne 27.") majority, both Democratic
gain. Hamilton county gives Chase
larger vote than Fr-.'inoiit. Zanesville
gives l'aync 11 majority a Democratic
i loss of 0 1. We entertain no doubt of
the election ol injv. L base by a large
Ben Nsy LVANIA. The few returns
received look favorable to the Demo
crats. It is probable that they have
carried tho State by a large
'defeated Uaekus elected. Neither par
have ; ty ,.,s Il0iiej it8 ful vote. The lletiub
of ,. ., ,, i , ,
Tltttilt MuDiin'i, () o'clock.
Just as we go to press, we have reeeiv
.. i .1- : t i.. ,.r i.:..
i-U IUU V in i.l .1 na.l oiu uiui iui J l nun
uiorniiii' which fays that Chase is cor-
t:unly re-elected by from 3,000 to 1 0,000
. . 1M. , , . . ,
niiijonty. l.liekensdcrfer . is certainly
. u"ttm 0,1 1,10 Ja'hc"c navo " c" I J
'""'It'10- Know Nothings have in con-
sidcrable numbers voted fur Tayiie.
1 Hence the reduced majority for C'l'asc
S , t TKil.Hlpbb,, has been dis
knowii i , i ,
covered to be a defaul er to a very heavy
- a u. j.
Mr. P.. W. roltXKU, lato Correspond
in Secreturv nf tho Amerieftii S.
Earthquake St. Louis.
Two severe shocks of au eiirtluiuake
Were felt at St. Louis on Thuiday
j morning bt.it, about L'O liiinut.'S past
o'clock. The Missouri Democrat ayg
1 ti;it t.o fir-t and most violent bboek
I , , , , r ., r . .,,
i bisti d iul three-four hs of a minute, ami
; vas instantly succeeded by a teeond roar
1 F;l,,,(1 comparative mildness, but
buildings wero rocked to and fro.
.... . ... l i i n ...i:,i,j
1 resulted. I'e-nple were- terribly fril
sis': ,i i . w
1 fned, however, and lor some tunc a pcr-
. ., , , , , i
r'" rivalled. Ifo cartloiuako
lo'M n'-coinpaiiicd with a very larjre and
1 and attendant shock of less severity.
atlf!iny deseribo both as one, and aver
that the heavy shock lasted full three
iiiinutes. In about fivo minutes aftcr-
. ward the noi -o and concussion were re-
..iiin imi nuij illiu, lliunv liiu.i wiiiiyivja
'' "" W.-rO t l.row 11 ll'om hiielVCS
ond broken; but no In ire serious damage
brilliant nn teor.
Pursuit of Speed under Difficulties.
An agent of a Cincinnati broker, vjlm
visited J'iqua, in this Slate, a short liine
since, to draw specie for a large amount
of notes of the l!ank at that plac, was
compelled to leave by tho excited citi.
zens, without accomplishing his object.
AtLaporte, Ind., a few days since, an
other Cincinnati gentleman on tho same
business, was treated in tho same man
ner. These proceedings, though of
course illegal, are perhaps excn cblo on
the plea of self preservation.
We arc glad to see this excellent Ite-
publican paper again on our exchange
list. It has lately passed into tho hands
of 11. W. CbAKKF, Esq., and its edito
rial columns afford ronclusivo proof
that he is as good a political writer as
ho is a speaker. Wo hope his labors
may aid in redeeming Clermont from
(ho misrule of the Latter-Day Dcmoc
T. W. Sprague & Co.
One of the largest and handsomest
establishments in the West, is the Whole
s;ile and Retail Clothing house of T. W
Si'KAiu F. & Co., on Fourth, a few , doors
cast of Main st., Cincinnati. It, corn,
pies tho whole of a largo five-story build
ing, the different floors being allotted
to different departments of the busi
ness. Here garment. i of every descrip
tion, for Gentlemen's and Hoys' Wean
may be purchased ready made, or made
to order at the shortest notice. The
Clothing sold is not like that of tho
ordinary "slop shops,'' imperfectly
made, or of damaged materials, but every
article is warranted well male and per
fect. Gentlemen visiting the city would
do well to call and look at the fine stock
now offered at this establishment. For
particulars we refer our renders to the
card oi .Messrs. M-ilAdCF, eC L(., in our
Republican Triumph in Kansas.
In spite of all the obstacles placed in
their way by the pro-slavery party of tho
Territory, backed nnd encouraged by
(ho government at Washington, the
gallant Free State men of Kansas have
achieved n complete victory in the re
cent election for a Territorial Legisla
ture and a Delegate to.-Congress. Bar
rett, Bepiiblican, is 'elected to Congress
by over ".,(101) majority, and the Legisla
ture is reported Republican in both
branches. The following are the tele
graphic di.-patehes which contain the
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 10.
Kansas, wo learn that JcfUrson county
is larg'dy Bepiiblican. and Calhoun co.
Leaven worth county gives a Republi
can majority; Faston '4a; Wyandotte
;0; Leaven worth J00. Debr. . e and
Ixickapoo give Democratic -majorities of
50 nnd 150, In the hitter precinct
troops voted at tho instance of Gov.
Johnson co. is conceded to the Demo
crats, but it is thought Douglas co. will
give a sufficiently largo majority to car
Advices from Leavenworth to the
morning of the Mh in.-t. state that
I c ivonu orth county is the only one,
thus far heard from, that has giveu a
Doniphan county wives a Bepiiblican
majority of li.'!; Atchison 41; Douglas
1,(00. These returns are giveu as au
thentic. Tectimseh county gives ICO Repub
lican majority; Topeka 100, and Cal
Later novices state that Barrott's
majority will reach- from five to eight
According to an estimate of the Free
State men the Legislature will stand:
For the Council. 0 Republicans and 4
Democrats; for the House lit Republi
cans and 15 Democrats.
Johnson co. gives a Democratic ma
jority of li50.
; The late Uailroad Convention voted to
nOOllSll IICO paSSCS 10 Ull CXCCpt OUlCCrs
nn,i p-cnoral nrrents of Uailroad. The
; S(!I1!;liu soeech made was by Jiulce
' .,, , . . " . L
, Jewett, of Zanesvillc, senMolo, . but
just and true. A'o copy an extract of it
from the Cincinnati Commercial:
"Judge Jewett said this was rather a
small matter for the Convention to spend
much time upon tho real evils under
which tho lbiihvay System- of the coun
try was staggering, lay deeper than the
reach of any ijuestioii of i'reo passes to
editors. lint ho would say that the
railroads of the country never could ro
pay, if they were disposed, the debt
due to the newspaper press for its pow
erful aid when the idea of a railway
had to be cpliiined and popularized, the
public benefit shown and the'-people in
duced to como forward ami associate for
tho purpose of accomplishing tho great
works that now need no advocate. For
his part ho was glad to have tho editor i
of the State pass over and examine his
line be regretted to say that ho did not
remember to have met ono of tho local
editors on tho lino of tho Steubenvillo
road for mouths. He could not forget
the amount of unpaid labor performed
j tho infancy of railway building by
i.l I 1. .ji.,.l, 1... ......
the only men who could reaeli tho poo
ular ear and tho popular heart in tho
most effective menner."
The Ciicu.K.n.V now ex. , '-i over
nearly the whole northern eo: uncut of
F.uropc. At Cluekstadt, four per cent,
of tho population havo died, and at Cp
aal the university has beeu closed until
tho lth of October, on account of the
The Troy ( N Y .) Jludget, of Tuesday
evening says, "For the first time in a
period of years, n figure bctow ? is
used in flour notations,'1
Several riots! occurred in Ibiltimoro
tho 1 1th.
The Mobile Register ptntcs (hat J 150,-
000 have been raised in Georgia to aid
Gen. Walker in his contemplated des
cent upon Nicaragua. Largo tonus
havo also been subscribed in Alabama,
Mississippi, Louisiana and other South
The Fort Snelling Swindle.
Tho St. Paul Mhinnuitl'tn, promises a
rich developemcnt touching tho Admin
istration swindlo in that vicinity. It
Farly in the next session of Congress,
Committeo of Investigation on the
Fort Snelling operation will bo moved
by a Democratic member from ono of
the Slates below. He declares, as ve
understand, that ho was himself in cor
respondenco with tho Department in
Washington respecting the sale, ready
to offer 81200,000 for the property. But
the first information bo could obtain was
that it was already jtricnlfh sold for
This piece of Galphinism by "Demo
oeratic'' leaders in this Territory, has
not its equal in our history, llow much
more complicity there was at Washings
ton, time may reveal.
The bouse of Fthan Allen, nt Wor
cester, was entered by burglars Monday
night, and Mr. A. jumped out of bed,
seized ono of them, gnvo him a severe
Irubb-ng, nnd locked him into a closet
until officers arrived to tako him into
eustoily. J quantify- or spuous mm
a .... f 1
i were found upon him.
Tiik IbvnY Ciioi'. I' he Staunton in.
dieator, of Oct. 3d, notices another case
of triplets in Virginia:
"A lady residing near tho Augusta
Springs, in this county, presented her
husband llirrc fine boys on the niht of
the 27th ult. Tho weight of tho small
est was !H pounds, and tho nfrgreirate
weight of" tho whole amounted to 7
pounds. The little fellows and their
mother were Joins when last heard
from. There, has been a great crop this
Xr.W Yoiik, Oct. 12. The steamer
Metamora was sunk in North river this
morning by coming in collision with the
The passengers wero paved, with the
exception of two or three.
The Metamora was bound to New
York, from Ilavcrstraw.
Tho Commodore was bound to Albany,
but returned to this port.
A second dispatch says that eight lives
MARRIED On tho 1st int.. by Hev. M
I'nrkliizer, Mr. Wm. J. .McClcrk to Miss
RrnnecA F,. RAViNscnorr.
On the !2'illi nil., hv Rev J. IJ. O'DouoIiue,
Mr. I'rrr.a Smith to Mis Mart Kino.
On the 2'2.l ull. , hy C. I'. Donohon, Esq., Mr.
Jons W. UsDr.uwooii to Mins Ei.mira Pai!.
On the 3d oil., l.y Rev. Jf. F.verheurt, Mr.
Jamtr M. l.ouors to Misa Maroarkt Waddm,.
On the 6ili nt., by Rev. Dr. linker, Mr Ja
con Hi&oiNRto Misa Maruarkt Balimtimk, all
of thia county.
On the 7 til Inst., by the mine, Mr. Thoi. L.
Bcun to Miaa Marv J. Tiiompjon .
On the l ull iiift., by Iter. N. W. Cummins,
Mr. Robert Ballkntine to Mine Sarah Ax
DIED At hie reaidenoe three milea eait of
New Peternbiiri;, on the .10th ult.. Rev. Daktii
wkk I). Hkwitt,"" u the HI el year of his nge.
The ileceuaed aa one of the pioneers of the
West, liuving visited itne curly na 1 7 'J 3 , at which
time, though but n youth, lie wki n aolJler I n
Wiiyno's army. lie nettled In Highland coun
ty, ul.uut the year 1811), from which time up
lo the time of hla death, lie rei!cd in the aitine
vicinity. For more than fifty years, he bad
been a local preacher of the M. E. Church, and
a inembrr near sixty yeura. Citittn.
To Nervous Sufferers.
A RETIRED CLERGY MAX, r.alored to
health in a few dnya, efter many years of
(rrent nervous suffering, is anxious to make
known the tneuns of cure. Will send free the
prescription used. Direct the Rev. JOHN M.
DAG N ALL, N'o. 16G Fulton Hreet, Brooklyn,
N. Y. oct '5 nut s m r
iciv Corner Store
Patterson, Van Winkle & Co.
Kuyers will find at the abeve establishment,
one of the Inrgeet and best-aelected stocks ol
Staple and Taney Dry Goods,
ever brought to this market. Our new, spa
cious, and conveniently arranged storeroom,
(the handsomest in town,) euublus us to ahow
goods to the best advantage, ond Willi comfort
to our customers. We invite ull, especiully
the Ladies, to cull and see our superior ar
rangi'iiients for supplying their wants in our
Hue of trade. Cioudsand prices warranted lo
, 3 7" A Urge stock of Groceries, Carriage and
Saddlery Hardware and Trimmings, Boots and
Shoes, Huts and Cups, &c, always ou hand.
PATTERSON, VANWINKLE &. CO.
July 15, 1B.17. jylG
"Tho Comet is Coining!"
But although many of the people are greatly
alarmed about Its approach to the I ' u r 1 1 1 , our
a. iv. hoick,
the Tailor, does not seem to anticipule much
danger from the celettiul vluiter, judging from
the large alock of
BPRINO AND BUMMER GOODS,
lie has j ust received al his CHiublihlimeut on
High Street, a few doors south of liurrere's
Corner. He ts still prepared, us usual to lit
out gentlemen with a haidnome auit ol
clothes, of the most fusliiunuble styles ami
mnturiuls, either of bis own inuiiufuclure or
r.udy-made, us they may prefei.
He Invlles particular attention to Ms new
Spring Stock, which will be found the largest
he bus aver otl'vred, and will be sold at priees
which lie will icarrunt if luj us any hi the
3 full and see.
May 7, lWi7. myTtf
NOTICE is hereby givei., tUul I have beon
dul y ni.i. oiu led and fluuliliedus Adiiiinis-
Imtorof the KMulo of Juhu Yanp. lt, deo'd.,
lata ol lllgtilunil county, nine.
ocll.'i3w ItRADY VANTELT
rVHW U OODS!
n. n. ti:iMuoi ;h
S NOW It Ml -I'M VINO hilt l ull Slorl, ot
I CooiN. piiri lnixiol In llin Mnniorn I llio,
whirli will l.n (onn.l th- Urjrrnt nnd moHt cnin
pli'ln hn him r !!! red.
Iliii SMork eiiihrRCPB nil li Inl.f am
n.nnl fimlilnnnl.il tylia of St i.plw n nil Kitncy
1 1 c 1 1 1 ,KriMH'li .(..urninn nnd A mr-rlrnn
nunc Tfc rjm rs
BTTIIK I.ADIK3 will find nt hi .lor. f
th now mid licnniifnl Btyl.' of PI! KS8 WOODS)
for Full niol Winter wenr. '1'hny r cor-"
dlnlly invited to mil mid on for tln'insi'lvi'1.
Al HO.l'AKHIONARI.r. IlAT,(;Ar,in Ho'"ir'TJ
A b.rgf! nns or I mon I of M rn'nn nH f)oy 'ncoHrnW
ind fi n Ho els mid Khnf, nn exl-nl ve tnpply1
of I.nriinn M I' Hoot nnd Shoe. And
QUUF.NSVVAKF., II Alt DW AK K.and CUT
ITWOOl. WANTED, for which the lilEti
rst in a r ti p t nrlrn will bn pnld. octlty
rpilERE will l.n a petition presented to ll'i
I. Coinnilnxloner of IIi(tlilnn.l county at
llnlr next nniilon In Deenml.er, pryln for thn'
locution of rond, he jrl ii nl iiR I n coii nty rosd ,
ut Win. Wnlliioe' S. K. corner of hi liind, nnd
corner to A. l)n nrmion'i Innd, tlienci N witlr
mid Wnllncn nnd Piincniinon'a Innd lino nnd
oilier, lo-wil: F,ly Uhoiid, Pnmnel Warming
Joshua Wrmiii(r. Kichard Ilopkln. Arm-'
(ronff ReyiiolilH, Ely Corilor; mid on ThomM
rn(t"i'a K. line, and Thnmpnnn Lnilde' W. tins
to an id I.nndes' N. W. cornor; llixneo R on
the In nd line of mid Lnndom nnd Rnmnel Pngo'
H. B corner, m.il corner to Matliln Rarrj theneo
N Willi robe's anil Wr' line, croaslnjf a
comity rimd lemline from Diinvllle to New
Huston; nnd thence with Joseph linker, Philip
linker, Isonc l.nndes nnd Christopher Snder
lo wlinl Is rnlled the FnvettevllA rnnd.
orii.rw5 MANY SIGNERS.
Insurance Capital Enlarged.
. : '
Incorporate 1019 Charter rerpetnal
OA0IX OAI'ITA Ij,
EnlarCed July 7th, to
ABSOLUTE AND UNIMPAIRED!
IbiVi the prrstitjc of Thirty-Eight Year
Success and Experience.
T. K. Brace, Sr. Sninunl Tudor. Jo. Chureli.
Robt. Buell. M.A.Tuttlo. E Flower.
E. A. Unlkely. R. Mather. E. R; Ripley..
S. S. VVnrd. II. Z. Triitt. A. Dunhiim.
R. I". Davie. 1). Ilillyor. T. A loxnnder.
W. Kcney. C. H. Ilriiinard.
E. G. RITLEY. President.
T. A. ALEXANDER, Vire Preeldent.
TIIO. K. Hit ACE, Jr., Pecrelnrr.
li. Ii:.Vi;Tr. (;cucral Asent:
Against tho Dangers of Fire,
PERILS OF INLAND NAVIGATION.
At a lili-r;il rules nnd rates lis risks us.su med
permit of for solvency and fair profit.
Espei iiil attention paid to insurance of dwel
lings, farm property, out-buildings and con
tents. S it ch iimured fur periods of from three
to five y.'itM on tin mont favorable terms.
:j? Losskh Kqi'itah i.y AujrsTF.rv
am) rnnMi'Ti.Y Paid. Lohsku Paid,,
If wealth, with a prompt attention t3 a legit
imate I insurance hiiHOinss, and tlie ex-ctltlou o f
contracts in c(wl f.iilli, have an inducement
with the public In selecting their underwriter
we refer them for test of quality and our
claims to their patronage, to records of past
services, ten tiering their continuance with in
creHNtng ability und facilities in future.
BjTChoiCM fi rst-class Indemnity may be effect
ed without delay, with this well known audi
utile corporation, willi D. MILLER,
ontl.ri in:) Agent, Hillsboro.
Dissolution of Partnership.
rHE firm of D. MILLER 4. SON ia tbii
day dissolved by mutual consent, the jug
ular purtuer intending to go West. Tlie busi
ness will be continued by D. Miller, who !
nuiliori.ed to collect the debts, aud will assume,
all liabilities of the lute firm.
W. J. MILLER.
Hillsboro, O., Sept. 2lh, 1857.
DM1 LLER returns bis thanka to his cns
tomers and the public generally fur the
very liberal patronage which has been extend'
ed to him lire lie has been engaged in t lie
Grocery and Produce Lusiiiens. He expects
in u few weeks to occupy bis new building
on the old Denny House ground, whera he In
tends opening a complete stock of goods .com
prising ul I urlicles usually kept In a regular
Grocery Store. His stock will be selected
with great care and iiis customers may rely
on getting tho best of goods in his line.
Allen Swain's L'statc.
NOTICE is hemby glvon that the subscri
ber has been duly appointed and qualified
us A cimi n in IrMtor ol the entute of Allen Swain,
dec.'d., lute of Highland County, Ohio.
aep:fw: DANIEL F. KCOTT.
T. W. SPRAGUE & CO.
Tor Tall and Winter of 1S57. .
IT has eer been our constant aim and uu.
tiring effort lo make our establishment the
moBt reli iblo place 111 the Btute to purchase
Clothing for Men and Hoys.
We have always endeavored to conduct ear
bnslness nn fair, honorable and obliging prin
ciples. In a word, natrons of this estubliah
insnt can rely tout all Goods will prove perfect
In every respect, at least as much so ai it is pox
sible to get them by constant care In buying
and manufacturing. We purchase no good
that a re damaged or out of style, however cheap;
they may appear to be. Good goods are al
ways the cheapest In the end, (specially- ao ia
Clothing. In order to secure II. e most desira
ble patterns, we Select from the earliest im
portations. 'iir Cutlers are men of experience ami not
ev ' 'led by any in tlie city. v e spare no
peiiho or pains to have our Clothing made In
bii perior ma n ue r. Our business is uiviueu into
lour department, vii:
First Cuotom Department.
Our assortment of Cloths, Cassimsres and
Veslii.gs is now full, embracing all tlie new
nnd desirable goods lor hall and Winter wear.
Suits will be made, ut the "iliorlest possible no
tice. A good and genieul lit guarantied in all
Becond Ready Mado ClothlDg.
We keen by fur the lamest assortment ol Fine
Clothing ol any bouse in the city, and have
uniform price fur all; never ask a price to tail.
Third Boys' and Youths' Clothing.
We have snared no nains lo muke this a very
important branch of our trade. We hope eur
friends who have boys lo c.iouio win " - -
cull. Ares from four up.
Fouitu Furiitulims Denarimeai.
Embraces au exlensivs MorlMient of Shirts,
Under Shirts und Drawers, Gloves, Stocks,
Cravats, Neck Ties, Suspenders, Scarfs, Half
Hose, Morning (iowns, ic.
Our guuds will be freely shown, and when
purchased and not suiting, will be freuly
changed or lukeu back.
We shull endeavor to win the approbation) of
ull. Our aim Is to please our customers, as
well a to make limn -v.
T. W. si'UAGDE - CO.
N. siilo lth st., a few doors East of Main,
nrp'JIyl Cincinnati, Q