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Prophets of the Pork Market.
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j-ricr, im-I fMi'r il Hi lii'i.-. i uiiif! con
0 .N li vo I "? tin v it ! i ii tho la -I
two woek, nt ?'! "j rut. net., Xnvoiiilicr
delivery, hut wo Lclieva t lirrn -o no
ltiyora ;it 1 1 ) i j-rieo no. Tim unset
tled Kf.Ko iiimI jroiit. iineerliiint y r
pnrJi lht Cut tiro of fi ii.-tnci.-il matter,
Uetera Oift p.ickcr-i from m :iV i u nny
cnuti'irtf, ;inj JcvN to n disposition on
tlieir p ii t t'i lioM IF fur the- purpose
of l,ein nMo to witness iiiieinbarr.-tss-ril
tli result of tlwn Ferious financial
crisin. Tim Com crop isi now matured
ii tul nny in; ronsiile red not only the be.-t
in ,iiliiy, lint tlio liirwxt in qunntity
ovrr raise. 1 in tliO comitrv, ly s.iy -'
per cent., nl tlio irnli :: t imm nro ijnitc
runeli!ivt, tliat it Mill rule nt extraordi
nary low prices, tints rendering tlio
feeding oT it to 11ol'- oveli tliouej) tliry
-cliouM mlf! at 8 !..")) "r vt. net, tin;
most profi tali! disposition which could
ha w.-ideof it, nml tliist must lead to a
lurg guj'ply of Tork.
linns. "U'c K nm that Mr. W. W.
Jleiidenii), of Ivy., has been in our
vicinity purchasing hon, and Iiaa con
tracted lor about, U , ( 1 1 1 head choice;
animals; deliverable in November nt six
dollar; the tiverngo weight to bo not loss
than lIUO pound. Hi) purchases have
been made principally In (!ihon county.
The highest price for Ieeciuber delivery
is 5 50 ri'!t. .V Mn-i'Ve . ntr.
The Process of Popular Economy.
Tho most, healthful result of the
present pressure in money nflV.irs is the
alacrity with which every class of soci
ety has resorted to retrenchment.
There is not a household, from tho rich
est to the poorest, that has not adopted
this pr.ictico. Spendthrift habits are
given up without asip.li. In tho course
of a very short time the e fleet will be
visible. Henceforth, economy will be
hs fashionable as was the rt'Yt'r.u only a
few weeks ao.
The enormous expense of Apparel
will be cut down at least three-fourths,
while the passion f"r event houses, pub
lic and private, splendid furniture, lux
urious eorriatrcs, and the thousand et
ceteras which attend and follow such
follies, will soon become that part of
liistory of which all who participated
in it will be most lif.irtily ashamed.
Tho New York Kveniii; l'ost, speaking
of this determination to save money
mid to stop spoii'lin? it, uses tho fol
lowing striking lan'.'iiairo:
"When all tin- white people of the
United .v'l.'itcs reduce their expenses one
s-hillinjr a day, it makes a difference of
eighteen millions of dollars a week, and
of over fifty millions every month. If
the nation cuuld be kept (in a, reasona
ble short allowance from now to the 1st
of January, what we would save would
alone make u.s rich." l'hihid.hdiia
Fruits of Democratic Policy.
The Albany Evening Journal, having
given a list of tho manufacturing es
tablishments in that vicinity that have
(topped altogether, or are working half
time, adds tliij comment:
Tho stoppage of theso works ii the
f toppaiic of food and clothing and fuel
to thousands and thousands of people,
through the channel of the only indus
try in which they are skilled. The
stoppage , too, is upon the edi:rt of along
un.l cruel w inter. What siilloring there
is in store for American labor, nil can
divine. No policy could have averted
so much of the existing laoiietarv .res
sure as is dun to bad investments in un
proOtablo and unfinished railroads and
speculative purchases of land in the ex
treme West. Hut good government
could have made it unnecessary to
close the manufacturing establishments
of our country at this unpropitious mo
ment. If our revenue system had been
framed to protect and foster American
labor, instead of that of E urope, our
working men and women would not now
be standing idle, meditating upon a
coming winter of unemployed time, and
tantalized by seeing foreign cloth and
iron passing by them, imported under
low duties, dictated by slaveholders and
Uritish free traders.
Later from California.
NEW YORK, Oct. 16.
Tho Northern Light, with later dates
from California, has arrived here.
The Northern Eight brings over sev
en hundred passengers, and 6 ! ,000,000
in specie, a larger amoutit than was an
ticipated. The olTo ial result of tho State elec
tion has been declared in most of the
counties. The total vote polled is some
fifteen thousand less than at the prece
The returns show a majority for Wel
,lcr (l)em.) over both Howie (Am.) and
Stanley (Hep.) of eleven thousand.
ihe licpubhcan vote leads the. Ameri
can by about one thousand.
The Legislature is overwhelmingly
The people have resolved to pay the
State debt by a majority of iiftcen thuun
ainl ngaiust rcpudiutiuu.
Tho proposition fur calling a Conven
tion for revi.-ing the Constitution did
A majority of the votes cast at the
election was required to carry it, but so
great was the indillerc nee upon tho sub
ject that only a minority voted upon
The crops throughout tho State have
generally been garnered in uu excellent
' Emigrants by the overland route are
pouring into the Stale in great numbers.
The great majority of the trains had
juore or less difficulty with the Indians.
Trade in San Francisco and the in
terior was grncrally dull.
Sr. Lot is, Oct. 1'J. Tho steamer
T'opie huiiL at Waverly, in the Mis
souri liver, on Thursday lu.-t.
Eight or ten lives aiu reported to
have been lost, 'u j. arliculars.
fiia i iimniI. A oit.t ,'ondcnt of
the I'm-k a 1'i'it, liotieii, the col: f 0 111 -plate.lt!
il,g of tioj f.u tui ieS ut Low
ell, M.i-s., i-i)S that during tho last
month i . oe thai: seven hundred of the
Iii-!i p. ,,' ill. mi h ive purchased icturn
t'o Lets ty I.hcipuol, 1" nig ul traded by
lie i i ; i r r i i ii.g it. ,lc of a,',riv uU'aml in
t. ri.ts' iii the Euii raid J, le.
c he ';:.!iiil)laiii) JJclus.
T.Vir :i:8:0d. 2?,"lS57.
The Result in This County.
We give in another place tho official
returns of tho election in h:.: county.
It will be seen that the majovity of the
Iemocratie candidate for Kopresenla-
tive over Mr. Collins, is only !.", show
ing that tho Eepuhlieans could eaHl.y
have elected their candidate if many
of them had not neglected to vote. Our
total vote in the county falls off 1,"7, on
tho vote of last Fail, ns shown by the
...,c. f. i : ...i o i .i ... .
oiu mi- iiicui. vi ovci nor ami oilier Mate
officers. A feeling of o er-con fidenco
seems to have prevailed among our
friends, which induced many of them to
fed careless and indifferent about voting
supposing the victory necuro without
their aid. Too much reliance was also
placed upon the supposed divisions in
tho ranks of our opponents, which it.
was believed were too serious to be heal
ed, and must greatly weaken the party.
Tho result proves that it is unsafe to
count upon any disaffection among the
Democracy. However they may kick
against tho action of their leaders, be
fore an election, the cohesive power of
party discipline always unites them at
the polls. So it has been at tho recent
election in this county. Although it is
well known that there was greater dis
satisfaction in tho Democratic ranks
with regard to their ticket than there had
been for years previuus, still the result
shows that it was almost entirely qui
eted and lost siht of when they came
The average American vote on the
State tijket is about 550, which shows n
loss of nearly i'50 on the vote for Fill
more last fall. A small portion of the
bolters voted w ith the Kcpublicaiis, but
the great majority, wo regret to say.
went to tho Democrats. In this town
ship, for example, tho American vote
was about 100 less than Fillmore's, the
Republican vote S more than Fremont's,
while Fayne received FJ votes more than
Ruchanan! There is no doubt that but
f or the aid received from the Americans
the Democratic majority would have
been quite small. The Americans who
persisted in throwing away tlicir votes
without the shadow of a chance of suc
cess, have the satisfaction of seeing the
county delivered up to Democratic rule,
and knowing that they might have pre
vented it. Perhaps they w ill bo w iser
before two years rail round.
We were mistaken in supposing that
Mr. Arthur had a majority in the coun
ty, lie received, however, a very hand
some vote, which was a deserved com
pliment to his personal merit and worth.
For some days the result of the elec
tion in this State was involved in un
certainty, and we feared that (Jov. Chase
and the other candidates on the Repub
lican State ticket, had sustained a de
feat. Rut we a.-o now happily able to
say, that there is no longer a doubt of
the success of tho whole ticket excepting
Mr. Eliekensderfer. by a majority of
nearly 2.001) votes. The official re
turns from more than half of the coun
ties in the State, and reported returns
from all the rest have been received, and
show a majority of 'Jl7 for Gov.
Chase, and majorities somewhat larger
for the Oilier candidates.
The heavy loss on our last fall's ma
jority has been principally caused by
the Republicans neglecting to go to the
po llsand vote. In tho Reserve coun
ties, alone, where our greatest strength
lies, this has lost us some G,000 votes
and the same cause has operated iu near
ly all parts of the State. In Hamilton
county Gov. Cha.-c gains 500 on Fremont's
vote last Full, but everywhere else our
vote has fallen off, w hile the Democratic
vote has been increased by the acces
sion of a considerable portion of the
American party. The American vote
has of course decreased proportionately,
and will hardly exceed 1 0,000 in the State
Tho Leginlature is probably Demo
cratic by a Miiall majority in both
branches, but the returns aro still too
incomplete to give the result definitely
jii view oi uu me circumstances we
think tho Republicans have no cause to
feel discouraged. Tho efforts of our
opponents to beat Gov. Chase, it i
well known, were unscrupulous and
untiring. lively expedient that malice
could suggest or ingenuity devise, was
. . i 1 . i .1 . nil
resorteu 10 lor mac purpose. ltie
most shameful and false charges were
trumped up, and used against him by
the Democratic editors and orators, iu
order to excite the prejudices and
passions of th ignorant, and gain
their votes. The leaders of the American
party joined in the hue and cry, and
succeeded in carrying over u large
number of their followers to the De
mocracy. Rut in t-pito of all the
abuse, the falsehoods and misrepresenta
tions of our opponent tho people of
Ohio have stood firm in their attach
ment to Republican principles, and
have endorsed tho Republican adminis
tration of our State a flairs by re-electing
Gov. ('hake nnd placing tho State
offices Ii'. :. iu in tho hi.nds of Republi
cans. This is bonicthing to rejoice
over, and encourage us to fight on
for the triumph of our principles, con
fident that they are founded on truth and
jiutieo, f;iid nai'-t finally prevail.
.I'lir1;ii;n,' .Voovi'ic for September
has nrticle of tho following titles:-
Military Education; What will ho do
with it? (Riirt IV. of Eulwer's new
novel,) the Rook nnd the Rocks, ( rc-
iew of Hugh Miller's last work;) Scenes
of Clerical Life, No. III.; New Sea-Side
Stories, No. IV Jersey; Memoranda
from the Manznnnros; The Rcngal Mu
tiny. Re-published by Leonard Scott
& Co., New York, nt$.( a year.
(I'liihmn't Mii'jtuinr for Novc nber is
already received. It is a good number
barrinj; fiomo things in tho Editor's "En.
sy Talk." Mr. Lcland can write well
if ho chooses, butsomo of his lato pro
ductions certainly betray inexcusable
carelessness and bad taste. 11 La Trail
ulit," and the "Man with the Poker," in
the present number, nro oxamplcs of what
wo refer to. We tho moro regret to
find fault with "Graham," as its gener
al management has greatly improved
since it has been under Mr. Lelaud's
control. Its circulation, wo are inform
ed, has doubled during tho samo time.
Tho Club terms fr tho coming year
have been reduced, as follows: Two
copies $5; threo copies (!; six copies
510, or only $1.07 per copy. To every
single subscriber at a year, a fine
portrait of Gen. Washington or Henry
Clay w ill bo given. Address Watson it
Co., publishers, Philadelphia.
The LmJi)' Jluuk for November is
promptly on our table, in advance of
the time, as it usually is. Its fine en
gravings, elegant Fashion plates, Pat
terns for Useful and Ornamental Nee
dlework, and Household Receipts, to
gether with its excellent Reading Mat
ter, for the Family Circle, will always
render this the favorite periodical with
the Ladies, to whoso especial interests
it is devoted. Terms $3 a year; two
copies $5. Address L. A. Godey, Philadelphia.
Charles Case, Republican, has been
elected to Congress in the Fort Wayne
district, by !00 majority, to fill the va
cancy occasioned by the death of Hon.
Charles H. Test, Republican, has
beaten John Pettit, Democrat, for Cir
cuit Judge, in the Lafayette district,
by about 400 majority.
The Central America.
The passengfr list of this ill-fated
vessel has been received from Califor
nia, and tho number of persons on
board is now definitely known.
The whole number of passengers on
board was four hundred and fifty-four
One hundred arc known to have been
saved. The total number of passengers
lost is three hundred and fifty-four.
The crew numbered ono hundred and
one men. Twenty-nine arc known to
have been paved. The number lost is
Total nujiibcr of lives lost is four
hundred and twenty six.
The publication of the Daily Scioto
Gazette, at Chillieothe, has been sus
pended, oti account of inadequate sup
The Governor has appointed Hon.
Wm. M. Wilson, of Darke county,
Judge of the first sub-division of the
second Judicial District, in p lace of
Judge Clark, of Buil-r county, re
There was a great storm on Lake
Michigan, Thursday last. It is thought
that sundry schooners and jiropdlors
Ry the latest California steamer wc
learn that Col. Fremont has been in
M ariposa attending to disputes about
his great claims there. He has paid a
large number of judgments against him.
U.S. Aiimv. The standing army of
tho Uuited States, as now organized,
numbers seventeen thousand three hund
red and twenty-six men, if the compa
nies were all full to the number author
ized by law.
Slavk Stami-kde. Tho Maysville
(Ky. i. Engle reports the escape of sev
enteen slaves from Washington, Ky.
on Sunday night. Only one had becc
captured. This one resisted desperate
ly and cut Poso Wnlrdron and Dare,
of Huntingdon tp., dungerously with a
Senator Slmnkh was in Switzerland
at last accounts. His health continues
to improve. In a letter dated Hcidel
burg, Sept. 11th, he says:
' I am not yet entirely well, but I am
itliiiinf. My case spins out slowly; but
1 find that my experience is that of oth
ers who havo received injuries to the
brain. My general health, which is now
complete, is surely lifting up the diseas
ed part of my system."
The Cincinueti Gazette thinks tho re
duced" Republican vote at the late dec
tion is partly attributable to the nomi
nation of this gentleman. It says:
The nomination of Ruck ens i Kit FEB,
through a combination ot corruption
ists, and tho sad mistake of attempting
to carry through this load, nearly lost
us tho whole ticket. In Hamilton en.,
that nomination was distinctly repudia
ted, and here alone, in the whole State
has the Republican ;arty made any
considerable gain. Those who feared
the independent par of tho Gazette on
tlus (mention would dclcat Gov. I iiask
may now see their mistake, and learn
hereafter that the prudent eouiFC i the
No Third Party in Kansas.
Tho Kan lis dispatches of the St. Lou
is papers say:
Tho only parties Vnown nro tho Dem
ocratic ar.d Abolition parties.
This isj unquestionably true nnd in
tho lato- cnnvis.i thcro scorned to bo a
perfect union between tho prctrmlrd
Free State Democrats nnd tho Pro-Slavery
ino:i. Tho victory is emphatically a
Free Stato Republican (Abolition the
Rorder Ruffians calf it) triumph over
Pro-slavoryisii), The Free Ftnto Dem
ocratic movement was gotten up to draw
off Free Stato men from the Republi
can ticket; but tho effort was not suc
cessful to nny great extent. Her people
will decide to bo free, nnd tho nation
should rejoice over the result. Alla ns
The New Steamboat Law.
Tho Steamboat Law passed by Cong
ress a few years since, continues to
profo its efficacy in preventing acci
dents nu our Western rivers. Tho Lo
cal Inspectors of the Cincinnati dis
trict say in their recent report:
The provisions of tho law, requiring
the hydrostatic test the reduction nnd
limit of the working pressure of steam,
and tho license to engineers, havo prov
ed to be a most perfect remedy against
explosions of steam boilers.
Wo have had no accidents to boilers
built after the passage of the law.
Those that havo occurred of any mag
nitude, were boilers that were in use pre
vious to tho passage of tho law, nnd
had been subjected to steam pressure,
not only without limit, but iu reality un
known. During tho yenr ending Sept. C0)
1S57, in the Cincinnati distrid, there
was only ono accident caused by the
escape of steam, resulting in the loss
of 15 1 ves, and 3 collisions, without loss
The Delaware (O.) Ga.ctto of Oct.
Tho "li'iiif: of DtLiirnn'" was opened
for business Wednesday last. Presi
dent, P. 1). Hillycr; Charles A. Powers.
Circulation predicated on deposit of
Money and Business Matters.
papers report a cided
improvement in the Money Mar
kets ? tha'. city and the East, since
Thursday list. On that day the New
York City and Roston Ranks commenced
receiving the notes of solvent New
Vork State und New F'ngland Ranks at
par, and the example has since been
followed bj the privato Rankers of
Cincinnati, who, with the exception of
two houses, on Saturday resolved to re
ceive the notes of nil Ranks which
wcro at par in New York, Roston, Phil
adelphia, Baltimore and Pittsburg. They
also determined to receive the notes of
all New Orleans Ranks at par. This
action, the Gazette says, has rcudercd
available a large amount of currency,
heretofore locked up, and thus done
much towards'diminishing the pressure.
The Gazette recommends that the same
course should be adopted towards the
old Ranks of Virginii, all of which are
regarded as solvent, and whoso notes
wcro being redeemed in Baltimore last
week at -(,'5 per cent, discount.
The commercial editor of the Gazette
is a geutlcniau who has the reputation
of being well versed Jin financial affairs,
aud enjoys superior facilities for ob
taining correct information. His opin
ions, therefore, in regard to the best
means of relieving the present pressure
upon tho business interests of the coun
try, arc entitled to weight. We copy
a portion of his remarks in last Satur
day's issue, which appear to us emi
nently practical and sensible:
"The circulation of the New York
banks alone is forty millions. A very
large portion of this will at once find
its way to the West, where it will pur-i
chase produce, and partially supply the
vacuum created by the recent with
drawal of loeal and foreign currency.
It w ill, ot course, be bankable here,
for no one will refuse notes that pass at
par or ' dis. in New York ciy. It
will serve the purpose of Eastern Ex
change, while it will at the same time
furnish facilities for removing the pro-
duco of the country. Thus, as matters
now stand, it would appear that the
commercial machinery is about to move,
and us soon as it iiets fairly iu motion
it. must nuke available the only source
of permanent relief within reach, by
enabling the people of the West to re
alize upou the produce which is every
where iu large supply, lhis will place
Western inuruhanu in a position to dis
charge their indebtedness to the East,
thus relieving themselves and their
creditors. Unless tho iirodueo of the
country can bo moved and sold, it is
idle U look for relief, but it it can be
moved and sold, every solvent merchant
will be placed upon Lis feet again, and
manufacturing iuterests will bo reinvig
orated. To tho accomplishment of this
object, therefore, the financial skill and
energy of bankers and merchants should
Mr. Hawthorne, who is to spend a
year in Italy before his return, is said
to have in contemplation a new VLilume.
1 Lo JorrolU Committee liavo sent in
their report. Alter paying nil expen
ses, there is a clear remainder of JL'2,000
(? 1 0,000) to on to the widow and
children of the late J)ou;das Jerrold.
A new novel by Mrs. Stowo is soon
A foreign correspondent of tho New
York Tribune writes that Thomas Car
lyle has iu press the first threo volumes
of his "Frederick tho Gn at," which he
considers the great work of his life.
There are, at present, 51(3 journals in
Paris, of which 40 are dedicated to poli
tics, and tho remaining 470 to litera
ture, art, science, and tho finances.
Prom the 1st of January to the 7th of
August, this year. lOH.new journals
have, appeared in the French metropolis.
The Constitutionality of Slavery--
Opinions of Buchanan and Clay.
Mr. Buchanan, in his ,'ctter to Mr.
Si II i id i n and others, uttus the follow ing
"Slavery existed nt tint period, nnd
still exists in Kansas, under tho Con
stitution of the United Slates. This
point has nt last been finally settled by
the highest tribunal known to our laws.
"i iV roxihl nrr mil hem wrimntfi
ilonlitnl, in n nnxlm. Jf a Confedera
tion of sovereign States acquire a new
Territory, nt tho expense of their com-'
mon biood nnd treasure, surely one set
of tho partners has ti) right to ex
clude the others from its enjoyment, by
prohibiting thorn from taking into it
whatever is recognized to bo property
by tho common Constitution. But
w hen tho people the homi fiile residents
of such Territory proceed to frame a
State Constitution, then it is tlicir right
to decide tho important question for
themselves, whether they will continue,
modify, or abolish Slavery. To them,
and to them alone, docs this question
belong, free from all foreign interfer
ence" Mr. Clay, on tho 22d of July, 1S."i0,
a period of great political darkness, it
is true, delivered himself as follows:
"Mr. Clay. I nm awaro that
there arc gentlemen who maintain tint,
in virtu-of the, ( 'institnti'mi, the right, to
carry slaves south of 'that line (.10 .TO')
already exists, and that, of course, those
who maintain that opinion, want no oth
er security for the transportation of
their slaves south of that line, than the
Constitution. If I had "t heard that
opinion avowed, J should have mjurded
it (in one of the tnoft i.rlroi.rdinnry tlx
xitmpioiis, ttml the most, indifi naihlc po
sition that irux ever tnhrn In Vian. The
Constitution neither created nor docs it
"If tho Constitution possesses
the paramount authority attributed to
it, the laws of even tho free States of
tho Union would yield to that para
mount authority. If, therefore ,'it be true
that, under the laws now in force in
California, New Mexico nnd Utah, Shi
very cannot bo introduced if such be
the lex hei, the Constitution of the Uni
ted States is as passive nnd neutral up
on the subject, as the Constitution or
Government of nny other country upon
"In my opinion, therefore
the supposition that tlio Cotntitution of
the United States carries Slavery into
California, supposing her not to be a
State, isan assumption totall yunwarrant
cd by the Constitution.'' Vmijrexxiunul
G'lolie, vol. 20, pofje '2.
The authority of Mr. Clay was for
merly very great among the "old line
Whigs," and of lato tho Black Democ
racy have been in tho habit of referring
to him as a convert to their "national''
Will some of them tell us what they
think of the above? Isn't it pretty good
"Black Republican" doctrine? Verily,
the "Great Commoner" would be with us
were he now livinc'.
Too Sharp to uk Healthy. An-old
and very shnrp broker in Cleveland,
thinking to lessen the express charges
on a package of money, marked it
$1,500, when in reality there were
310 in the package. It went at that
rate, but unfortunately it was lost, and
the banker not daring to claim the w hole
amount, had to accept 1500 from the
Express Company, thus paying 8-10 for
his eharpness. The best of tho story
is, the Company found the package af
ter they had paid the broker, and dis
covered the cheat that had enriched
Bloody Pi kl in California. A
duel took place nt Stockton, Califor
nia, between Mr. C. M. Black and Col.
Casey, resulting iu the death of tho lat
ter. They had quarrelled about a lady,
and Casey had struck Black, who then
challengedCasey, and they fought with
Colt's revolvers, and fired svecn shots
each. Casey received two balls, nnd
lingering a few days, died.
Tho low prico of whisky and high
cost of corn is causing distillers in this
section to suspend operations. In con
sequence of this fact, stock hogs aro be
coming more abundant and prices tiro
declining. We learn that tho hog chol
era also prevails to a considerable extent
in the pens attached to distilleries in this
vicinity. Cin. Cum.
Cllir.voo, Oct. lb. Seventeen coun
ties iu Minnesota havo been heard from,
which show Sibley, (Rem.) for Govern
or, to bo 000 ahead.
Terrible Gale—Vessel Sunk
Oswkuo, Oct. L'0. We were visited
to-day by a terrible gale, accompanied
with snow. A vessel capsized and sunk
iu the harbor, namo unknown. All on
board are supposed to havo perished.
Destructive Fire—Four Persons
Chicago, Oct. l. The most destruc
tive fire that has ever visited this city,
oeeured this nioriiin'r, in which it is
estimated that over 000,000 worth of
property has been destroyed. The prin
cipal losers are Cormiek it Co., bankers,
$ 10,000; Pitsworth & Co., Clothing, 10,
000; J. II. Dunbar, -5,)i0; Shay,
Dry Goods 810,000 ; Cask & Co., Rook
storc, f 1:50,000; Edward Hempstead,
Grocers, 810,000; Lewi & Panic, Oil-
Moro, $!', 000." J ho Insurance amounts
to about 8:500,0 0 0.
The following persons wero killed by
the falling walls: John Dickey Peter
Herman, iireman, Mr. Barnaul, rropric
tor of a Variety Store, and Mr Clark,
Fears nre entertained of tho safety of
others w ho are missing. The origin of
the lire is not known.
ClIK'Allo, Oct. liO The following bo
dies have been found iu the ruini of the
late fire: John A.Raymond, Worcester,
Mass. ; M. Marsh, M. Grant, John Farr,
A. Wolf, fireman; B: Messey, D. C.
While, H. S. Rradlco, J. J. dodgers,
and J lie. High, Jr. Others Mill mis-bing.
';. Tho Democracy carried the day
in tho recent Mississippi election.
low.v M. K. CiiNi'Fitf'.NCK. Rev. D.
II. Sargent, late of tho Cincinnati Con
ference, is appointed to Fort Madison;
Dr. Elliott to University Chapel, Mt.
Pleasant, Burlington District; nnd also
Dr. Hiimlinc has been transferred to that
Pastoral Cam.. Tno Rev. Joseph
R. Wilson, D. D., Pastor of tho Presby
terian Church of Staunton, Vn., has
announced to hiscongregation his deter
mination to accept a rail recently re
ceived from n Church in Augusta.
Bishop Janes in CAi-ii'iiftM a. Tho
California Christian Advocate, of Aug
ust IS, says: "Mishop Janes arrived by
tho Commodore on Monday evening
last. His general health is good."
Bishop Simtson, who is now in Eu
rope, will extend his tour, says the New
York Advocate, nnd visit Greece and
Rev. John Wiseman was installed
pastor of the Presbyterian Church of
Greenfield, on tho 7lh of September,
by a committee of tho Presbytery of
MAI.'KIKD On Oct. IIUi, by Bv. W. Q.
Sim ciion, Mr. t'jtKin. Wmc.iiT lo .Mis 11k
iip.cca Cu.Miimi.Mi; ull of thin co.
DIED Oil .S.iblmth I'veuillr, Oct lHll,
I Hf7 , ul tlio rcsiili'iiC'i of 'his fiitiicr, on Clcnr
("reck, neir 11 illshoro, Wii.i.'am Dhkkv Ev
ans, h. (I ,'tt yenrn, 7 months, II) d;tys. Obit
uary notice next week-
IIoi.i owAv'a Pi i.i ji Produce a most mir prl
i ii U clmnae ill case of central debility. 'I he
broken down I n valid , wliiisc flaccid muscle and
rchixt'd mrvou nystiMii have kchi'ci'I y Riitiieieiit
vitit! ily lo iis(ain hi emaciated form in an
eroct position, i booh renovated and hracrd by
the invii'oriiliiiir ehVct of thin pricelcs rentedv.
and b is whole fraino is re-uni iniited and tilled
w It 1 e norjf y His )irlt rcsumo their hnoy-
micy , and he feel liken neiv innn. Hndi U
Ilia experience of t h oiim ik!b. L nipevily de
pends in a ;rcnt ncnsuie upon the regular and
lieallbv nclion of tho orejiiH of di"i.lion and
r return, met u pun tin-no org, in Hollow uy'c
I ills operate irresistibly .
"Tho Comet is Coming!"
Ilut although miiny of the peojileiito grently
ulannedibout its iipproiieli lo tlio l)uilh,oiu
.'. v. iios:,
tlio Tailor, does not eem to unticipnle much-
danger from the cr tial visiter , j udg i ng from
I he large tocli of
SPRING- AND SUMMER GOODS,
he ha just received ut his establishment on
IHrIi Street , u few door south of liarrere'n
Corner. lie i til i 1 1 prepared, ns usual to tit
out gentlemen w i tl l u handsome soil ol
clothes, of tho most fashionable styles unu
materials, either of his oami manufacture or
ready-made, uk '.hey may prefei.
He invite rcirticuhir attention lo hi new
Spring Sleek, which Mill be found tile largest
he has ever ollcred, mid will be sold at price
which lie will wurrant ua luin us nny in the
il ( Cull nnd see.
.May 7, lts.'w. inyTlf
A SUPPLY of I'.luuk Deeds uud Murlrner.-s
( Swan'a improved form) just printed on line
paper, ncd for sale by the quire, du.-n, or sin
glooucat THIS Oil'ICi:
Tickets for n l'ull or Halt Course of In
struction nt Uundry's Commercial Collect.,
Ciiicluiiuli, can he obtained ut this oflice al u
considerable diseou li t from the regular price.
Young men wi-hing to qualify thcuiHel'vs fur
Mercantile liusiness, will find this one of the
best instim lions iu tiio West. j)''-'
r i '
f III K undersigned ruspectfully Informs the
i cili.H iih ol Jlillsboro and vicinity, Hint ho
will give it (j It A N D BU1TKK,
1'lii.s (Thursday) Kvcnin?, Oct. 2.M,
At the Hall in Hisgiiis' 'Illicit liloe.k. All
the substantial!) and delicacies of Ilia tcuson
will hnseived up in good style.
Ticket to the Suppe r 'J." cents each -admission
fee 5 contj ut tlio door.
octvl V. A. J AC KSON" .
JIOM.lV, C l'OIi:i 1J, IS, 7.
r7 r rt rr-r. rr-r rj
t. Ji ' '. a "" u x--! uy " i
Mltlc .lllaiai&roliuubiis&,oiiia Ii.K.
KXCLUSIVRI.Y AN BASTKUN KOUTK.
CLK V KLAND,
DUN K I It K,
N I Ati A It A I'ALLS,
TO ALL TIIK F.ASTKltN CITIKS.
I A. M.. I.iyhlnini; Kxpresi, til roil tr 11 to
I) ColumbiiH I'lltsburrxli and Cleveland with
out change ol car ; B.IIIJ 1 M.eveuini; Hxpruss
thrullgll to llcllair, u ilhou t i'Iiuiil'h of curs.
I't'CR DAILY Tl! A l.-i.
mid Wheelinj; Lieblninir Lxpress
leave Cinoiiiuati at li o'clock A. M .. for ul I
Ihe Kusteru cities. Also, tipri ii('liehl. Thin
train stops between C i "ci u loil i mid Col u nib us
al Lovehuid, .Morrow, Xenlu and London onlv.
SLCOND TltAIN. Clevebuid Kxpresa
Mail, leaves Cincinnati at l(J o'clock A.M.,
for Dunkirk, IluH'ulo, New York, llostuu,
Wheeling, III timore, Philadelphia and Wusb
i ii lo ii City. This trulu slop ut all points
between Cincinnati and Coluinbii.
THIRD TRAIN Accommodation, Lave
Ciiiciniiuti ul 5 o'clock. I'. JL, for Sprinij
lield and Coliim bus. This train makei con
lectio n with trui ns for W ilini nr. ton , Circle
ville, Lancaster and .auesville. This train
slops ut ul I points bet woe ii Cincin null, ispi inf
field und Columbu.
FllURTH Tit A1N--Cleveland, IMtlrburg
and Wheeling ni(;ht express, lemes Cinc.iu-
nl I ulW::)U o'clock I . M. l or the Custer 11 cine.
I hlslruiu stop ul all point betweeu Cincin
nati and Coiuiubu.
Onetruin oiiSuuday ut 2.30 I'. M.( for Co
luinbu. Trains run by Columbu tinio 7
mi !iu te faster I ha il C i nci unuti.
TOR TIIRUUUH TICK KTH,
And nil Infcniitt'iou, ut C.inciiiiiuli, plruse ap
iiy ut Little IU mm! und Covin;;toii and Lexiuu
lu it ollic.-; old ollice, Soulb cast corii'-r ot
lliuudwiiy und J-'ront t reels, upposira iho
;-peiicer Iliiuse, or ut tlm l-'.ustern Depot.
L. f. 1IH.LKR, liciiiirul Auent.
B Thk Osnitui Link, cull lor puncii;er
ut ull the principal Hotel lor each aud every
train. II y leuvi u diruclion ul either of the
shove olbces, will cull lor passengers In ull
: purl ol the city w ithout f nil. nc' .' J
Y vi l I il" nf full r ("("' li I id is tn In !i r''ld
fie in the (milt el ( . ii 1 1 .1 . il I'l.'iM nf Ii ,),.
hunt con nl V, ' 'lie'. ' I" l ivnr nf linrcroft,
li.MVor C n. ic'Voii t Tlmmn I 'l In rli I. In unit
Armli'il l!ll'lv, cn. in livnr nf J lcol l'rnimr
Oiiil Tlu'i'i " I ' 1 liel", n i id ono In fnvnr
oi N'Olifia CiiTiieiii ;.' ilnl Thonnq Pnllurliiiln
nml AiiMsl.it Dnidv, I will ollvr furilnnn tint
furni nf Tli""cn I - -1 1 n r 1 1 i I . , on W KDNfcS.
DAY, NOV r.,1Hi;i! I, l -..7 , at 1 o'clnrk T.
M. (if naiil day, On' fnlli' iiir properly to-wit:
Alii'iit llih iy acre uf ( 'm n, Bt ouli njr h, tl,
fi.'l I. levied npnii "s II"' prnp-rly of Tliomn
l)(ill.nlilili'. to nalisly sod execution.
0,1 mi- .1. u. airi.M.Nix.sii'fnt. c.
1) Y virtue nf fun r cf cntiniifi from Hid Court
) nf (' iioMioi I'leiiH of II icliliiml County,
(II. in. tn mn ilin cl' il, two in favor of JHnrrroft,
Ili'iiv.T V- t'o., ii;;. last 'I'lionm I lollnrlihln and
AriMslcil l!i'iilv. oil" in favor nf Jacob (Jrnnm
nr, mnl n u in st TImiimiih lKillnrliiilo, one In fnvor
nf Nnlleoi ('(ill'iMiin, ii:;:oMnt '1 hniiiu llollnr
hlilnninl TliniiKiN llrn'lv, I will oiler for Bale In
Ih town of llr iiicl.l", on TUKMDAY, NO-
VI.Mi:i;U "', l-.w, le t ii dm hour of 10
o'clock A. M., anil 1 oYlurk 1. M. of hu'hI ly.
Hi.- I.iIIiih in;: pViipcry, lo-wit:
I'on r head of llui-ii .s. two ynkn nf Work
Cull 'o, t 'o W.'n Z" is 11111 1 ""' Cm riiifjr, 100 licml
of Hiivp, III) iln ci. lour Milnli Cow, llirrn
riouii, on" s 'It nf V.ij;.iii II ii lies, ono sett of
Ciirrinjii! 1 1 .i r i !" , Icvii'il upon ns tlio property
of 'I'll union lUill.o link' to k ilisfy naiil exoeu
lion. Torn, cash. J. II. JIUI I.KNtX,
ocIJ.'Im Sh'rt" II. Co.
'j, , ' . i '
J'XX .r....'f..r. r ?n
.V,;r'V'V' I'-'rt;-;-- j
TERRIFIC DOUBLE ASCENSION. '
Vr.'iii Hi - ,r 'ml ii.li.c.ii,- II,.. T. nt r.r I,. TJ. Lont'B
MiltniiKitl) Nrtlionnl Oiitiis, ImriKilmnly kcior
pvlllli til" .l".r- 1. r !'" 11'. M'"-!! J.-Tt"riiH t,
A DOUIiLI ASCENSION
wm t.ii" .t,ic. iHT-iiir. nr Tin: canvas, mr.n
To AM.. MLT.H. MAItlBI "ill ..lk TIOUJC
VIKK lii.in llic ui i I , i tin. ,,( t lie- I'nvilii.n,
A HEIGHT OF EICHTY FEET;
Act rnoFFHHort kem miko ui .-i.i.T.
ninilir I e. I'lMII't 1.1 IMI V) Ml I l.riAKKOW lilt
HlKi: HIM Til K V.V1IIIK I'ISTAM'K.
,n c:ii- i;!,c:il 1 f.cl cf wi'n.. inir IM rxtra;rUUMry
tu.lii.v nf hi! ii'i'i'lily mi'l ml'lr."., whii li In
entirely' without parallel,
ATllIRLSIiORO, .ati i'.hav, Oct. 21.
Till: I.AllliKST Al MOST
( MCI I i I I.Y K((I'II'I'KI
l')l I--lit I A.N FSTtKI.ISU
M1..ST IN TIIK W01IL1.,
O Q.T) llalc and Female Artists,
t""-tlx .kJ ami the wist
' TRAINED HORSES
tvi'.n imoruni txi.thfu, 4mu
i.Nij Acumr.a fk tiik l-nc-
r' K fr.sTTHix nr
Lr?'$ MORE K0VEL 4 VARIES
. -; , "!l i' PERFORMANCES
C -. ' Tin mvr rvi.R vrr.s mvm I A
Tltn (lor.nF.rir.i kntrr of
tlic c.t.il.li.liiis-iit into the vitriuiui
t, v.ii- if, liil,ilii,n will be found ,
Bl.fiirl,. nirpiintjE (rrnn'M-ur.
I l. 1 i ,11. .i,r , i,-, -.i, n vill l
I v tl... BAN D-CII AKIOT,
iloiwn by Uu, ljonirest Tvam
,.f 3 1 .f , v. r ill 1,,'H. iinii diuiii.ciI
!h p.urs l.v II. I.K i.r. tli iniMlcra
J.lin, mul OO-lioi-se Driver.
jn ll'l. Ull'l U
X.j Tl,-, 1,1,1 1
Iiiiiiliii-nt will 1, prircn
fw tv ,i mil ii lilliwinilil v Ul leKHiet
1'iiviMo'i, (.,iiiiw.t ,,f AMhlll
i'-ij C A N ll.AOS. mul w ill v.n-i-,t ,l
I , , rv u.'i i.'iimtili, viuniv of .S-cn,
... , . s .:.... i:.n ii...
,,, '.-.,. .,,,.,. .-; Ir.
(',,c,;ra...i.', l lttKic Jttturinfft
.:,,. ul,. .......
rjr.tj- J .,'i,-'c, (jo'-ni. A nhiti: ijj flniti,
P j H,.rt,.-i (,' io7i,nioii, 'J'vjhu
Av-- 'yJhil. "rut thilmi Sjirrliitlr.
;''sTr 'i l.e .-oliwiM-d .r Hi nrj
V-.' Vim,,,. THREE CR EAT
fj i'j.h :
tiiinir't t'nt riitlnmeut will
( l.l lll'll' W It ll t Il7
GrihfiD UCCNCARY SPECTACll
Zl ''s'r ST". CEfinCE ATW THE
f i"' 'oil, TUB fiviv rtlAMt'lONS
."s I'l' I'llltl.-'IUNIXIM j
r t . ;J In wlii, I, ii. iulv -, l,,iii,lri-,l ftjilan-
.'v. (ti,ll-c.liinirit rlKtru, tern will nf
. . ' y .r, nml Ul w hit It in ililrmliivcd ll
' ' . TKIIUII'IC CONFLICT
of H. (; .r(,u ion! ),l Unuutlet
, ' ' ,1 nil Hi
-' ' J;-r- v' riEUV DitAGON.
ft T'1" "t"' rvMiwrcm fnmpr(w4 tn
P. 7 t 'il Nutii.mU Cimn. which, Rltliotib
X 'u'"4i tH h.vu-hI Mi ll known iir-
l" , ... , v t iitl lii tlm timiti.Kt'iiu-tit to pio
L. 4 ' "rl1' ti lr wit ci tiiiniiii ntfl U"ii ft
! or I'M'AKALI.KI.I'.O KaU-
, M H f ' K S C K, ttin h u ( ah b (
' I'I-.mi lu'd t y uo utli-T C4ijijii( u4
( '4?fm NKW AND ABTOTJKDI50
J 1 'v' 1 I. 'l I'-iil n.-N will l-e iii(ro,liird III ordc
J - - to i inl.-r Ihu wln.l liiillmi.t, novuL
" ' H',,1 ."o-ilinir HUVClJii) A.L.&
'-N i'Xi KCKD K JM T.
Will exhibit nt Winchester, I'riday, Orto
le r'J I; liillhboro, .Saloiday, Oi-lobr 21; (;hil-liiuth.-,
4Mon,lay, Oclubir H; Cin-levilie,
Tuesday, Oclol.ci- 27lb; Luiicii&ter, Wedn
day, Oc'luDcr 'Id.
D'j'Door open nt o unJ 7 o'clock perform-,
a nci commence bull' ail lioumfler.
II rAduiiision 1'11'TY rnti tlilldrau uii
dcr ten jee.ts of Hje, '-'-') cent. octl'Ji I
C .;. "? 3- i- -