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THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2J, 1865.
The Jiebraska Territorial election on
the ipth resulted in a handsome Republi
can victor-. Gillespie is elected Treas
urer by 200, and Kountze Auditor by 400
majority, and the Republicans have both
branches of the Legislature.
General Francis C. Spinner, the faithful
and energetic United States Treasurer,
recently tendered his resignation of that
position, In order to accept that of Auditor
of the New York Custom House, The
Secretary of the Treasury, however, re
fused to dispense with his services and has
declined to accept his resignation.
J. M. Langston, of Oberlin, the well
known and eloquent colored luwycr,is now
in St. Louis, and will soon stump Mis
souri in behalf of universal suffrage Times
have surely chsnged, when an orator of
Mr: Langiton'a complexion can speak in
Missouri on such a theme.
The ruraor of the death of tho Hon.
Geo. V. Lawrence, member of Congress
elect from the "Washington county district
of Pennfylvania is denied by Col. Ani
sausel, in a n.ite to the New York Herald.
The story originated with a mistaken
statement of the Petersburg Gazette of the
171k. On the 22nd he was rapidly re
The Episcopal Convention.
This body adjourned finallyon
: Its most important action -was the rejec
tion ' of resolutions expressing thank-
fulnoec fur the restoration of the
Union.' Its - whole action was con
sistent ceulral and roost promi-
' nent one. So great was its horror of con
demning either secession or slavery that
the usual address of the House of Bishops.
was omitted. Bishop Hopkins, of Vermont,
had prepared an address which was too ob
noxious to the loval minority lor puoii
cation, and atruly loyal one by Bishop Mc-
Ilvaine was voted down by the "conserva
tive" majority. It will, however, be in
Senator Henderson on Negro Suffrage.
' Senator Henderson, of Missouri, in
. rH-h delivered at St. Louis, the other
day, (Tke M f"l,0,rs in refe"100 to the
President s position on the suffrage ques
Taking his stand-point that the States
are still in the Union, he does not think
that he can consistently interfere with the
-..i,;sa in those states, or in any other,
' that is, that he can confer it upon per-
the rebellion; but, as an
.1,-t iV.B noirro shall be en-
SseS and would le gratified to see
.V n,i -anniions extend the
franchise to all persons of color
' read the condition of the United States
SnWlifdi nd write their own names,
- - and ako to all persons of color 'ho own
real estate valued at not less than 1M,
1. in av t,xes thereon. I have now
' thfpr words of the Prosident,
, SSJ endorse him, they must endorse ne
Kuffrage, and thus remove the last
MR. HENDERSON'S OWN VIEWS.
- - you
..limitoo' neirro suffrage.
t u ..h t J not regard as a safe
.Boutnera oi -
depositary of political power To gi
SSrsuffrage in his present condiu
-ght do the greats ha. Xt ce,...
otre maSniversal in several of
" presented, for the solution ot
... diverted ind intelligent
say, that an educ di8Charg-
. citizen, laboring under
' lyal y. n'f l? tn narticiwrt in the
I rwlnVofUwto operate upon
' him in common with others.
. .....i f "Guv Livingstone,
.nTOown," etc, hM arranged to
" Sword and Gown etc, n s
contnbute io -
-BSTMWi or, Kestrels
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2G, 1865,, .
YOL. XIX--NO. 255.
NORTHERN OHIO NEWS.
Akron is rapid! v attaining a limitation
for rowdyism and "brutality, which it will
do well to remedy. The KjiVenna Demo
crat k-nrns lrom a gentleman Who was
Akron on Monday evening, that a part
of drunken rowdies from Cuyahoira Full
visited that citv, with the avowed purpose
of shooting a negw. " Coming across -rme
n the street they knocked him down, and
upon hi arising; ona of the party shot
mm.tiie Dan loasinir in nis chest. The
negro turned upon his assailants, seized
one of them, when a second sbct Was fired.
By thU tinie a crowd rallied, flie murder
ous rowdies were arrested and lodired in
jail, and the wounded man cared for. It
was ftiarcd that his injuries would prove
The neero is an entirely inoflfcnsive
man, and tho assault upon lam was most
cowardlv and brutal, and is solelv due to
the prejudice Infamously IvstPred Hiram
the colored roa Groat excitement is re
ported to have prevailed in Akron in con-
terjaenoe ot the niurderous mitragrj;
BuUalion muster of the 37th Biiluilion,
U. 9 . .,' Minor lllmlni tommahding,
took Place ot ElVrla on Monday. Co. A
from Oberlin, Captain Lincoln, and Co.
15., lrom i-lvno, Captain rlaldwin, were
both present. 'After the drill, the mem
bers of till? rrmcr company were the
guests of the latter, lit a dinner at the
Mr. William . Hubbard died very
sudden v last i rniav morning, at his rei-
dence in LaGrange. He retired the prc-
lous eveninir in his usual health, and
urin the night was atlacVvd with a dis
ease Hearing a strong roramiiiiiw vu m-
tic 4. holora, trom tue enecis oi wmcn ne
led in a few hours. He was an old resi-
entof LaGrungc, and was m iddy known
and ref pectcd. . - . ...
Mr. Georpe Thompson, who, in attcmpt-
" to iunip from the cars while in motion,
i the Cleveland and Toledo' Koad ,' at
4lvde, la.-t odnesdav, foil between the
cars and ' tho platform and cot badly
crushed, necessitating the amputation of
k it arm, died of his wounds on Sat
urday. . , . . . i
Lisbon Petroleum Company struck a fine
how of oil in their new well, just south of
the Canton bridge, last week, ot a depth of
about one hundred and eighteen feet.
They are, however, boring tho well deeper,
and have passed through the first white
sand stone oil boring rock, a distance of
ver thirtv feet Ve have but little defi
nite information from the wells that are
ltinn sunk down the creek, thouerh we
hoar of occasional fine shows of oil being
reached. We have just learned that a
Cod well has been struck on the old "Can-
non' lnrill at cannons jjjiis, m uiis
Unions have been elected in this county :
G. Ramsey (re-elected) and John Mc-
Cimbs, of Fox township : jasper U. Fishcl,
The Probate Court issued, during tne
ear endine September 1st, 113marri2o
licenses, a fair show of matrimonial bus-
ness. The Horse J air last . week was a
The anniversary oi tne arrou ouiim
Bible Society was held in the M. h.
Church, in Carrollton, on last babbath
evcniiiir. The following officers were
elected for the ensuing year: President
P. Mortland ; ice Presidents, resident
ministers of Carrollton, to wit, William
Dalzcll, T. J. Higgins, i. Crononwett and
Crononwett; Secretary, V. 11. Bu
chanan; Treasurer, James Cameron; ite-
pository, S. 1. Sterling, iuu rcporv oi
Treasurer and Repository ropresnnts
Society in a healthy condition.
"Major Wisp" Among the Capitalists.
"Major Wisp" was one of the party
which made the recent tour ot tne on
regions, and describes his experience in a
letter to the New York Evening Post, from
which we make the following extracts:
A PAGE OF THE MAJOR'S DIARY.
forrv Big refinery. Huge
Sluch machinery- A capitalist turned a
rank and spirted oil on nimseii. j. us
where the piston was. 1 he engineer mucn
nipressed with my air oi uhcm.Sw..
Item: always to ask technical questions
they sound wise.) Very bad smell. A
erv rich capitalist saia it wouiuu . u
perfume handkerchiefs. I laughed.- Cap
F .. . , -i i dyw1 tifirpl rue a
ltalist mucn pieaseu o -- -, - -
nr. ( Item Always to laugu ij
capitalists.) Very interesting : reunery.
. . a. c Thpv looked very
much puzzled when tho machinery was
explained to them. One asked me ho w it
was done. 1 siua iue
i i, ,..,.,m s of the cog-wheels
acting on a double cylinder ejted
ta..f. He said. 'Ah! I sec! He
very intelligent capitalist. -
QUIZZICAL QUESTIONS BY THE NATIVES.
Tho natives on tne way wereuo. siic-
iallv respectful, though not as facetiously
.nUl at Petroleum Centre, a rather
gay artd festive place near Titusville. The
party were known to be capitalists, and
were supposed io u miawvi.
ru.nnl.. were disposed to "guy to them.
' .. .. :j .... ... f .1..
" In a JHlsier. pam " w,u v
populac-e, "how much money have you got
in your breeches pocket ?" An artful allu
sion this to the vast treasures which the
capitalist are supposed to have concealed
about their persons.
I'Whera K n rt Burnsiae : cries OUl ail-
itiimsidr- it may be explained, is
expected in the vicinity to superintend a
new railroad. The martial bearing of
Major Wisp shining right througn nis
f.,rfi,i-riil,lr overcoat, doubtless led many
to suppose he was the military heroin
question; but the bland demeanor and
massive brow of Ben Perley Poore, of the
H,.ct.,n J.LTnal who is a brilliant horse
man, and enjoyed the ride exceedingly
led most of the spectators to award him
the Burnsidcian appellation.
THE "DRINK" AT OIL CITY.
i n;i c;u. the citizens
them to a drink, and
informed them briefly, tnrougn m ku
f .ko rtil Crock narier. that Oil Creek was
u vf.oiAct nlneo in existence a cianu
-i,ih ho hiso Deen innue ioi. .11"...
Pithole. Plumer and 1'etroleum cenue.
Owing to disarrangement of the pro-
mm nearly one-half of the party
Oil Citv without getting
.ueinV Wa are pained to add that
M..;e isn was among mat uhiuckv por
tion He wishes us to add that he will
take it out in oil. Two barrels is his cus
Reception of Minister Hale at Madrid.
On Saturday, the 30th ult-,the Queen of
Spain received in private audience at tne
Palace of San Ildefonso, Mr. John r.
Hale, our newly-appointed Minister to
that country. On being presented to tue
Queen, Mr. Hale addressed Her Majesty
in the usual complimentary terms, adding:
ruber nations have sometimes consider-
j in have recourse to wnr
eo. u uv"j --. . v aifr.
Ol der to 6ettle tueir luteiiintiuiia. j V
.,a l,t w tn reirara w cusju
United States, reason, juaui-o v
-:i,f w .tfi,.rd for the pacific arrange
ment of the questions miiiuviac..u
raotwopn the in.
The Oueen replied in a strain equally
nnmnlimATlisry. BJld Buid
t sVi.ni- TWinistro. tc be the
interpreter of these sentiments to the 1 re
sident of the Republic, assuring him of
the real satisfaction with which I saw the
termination of the disastrous struggle
gloriously sustained by the American
people, as also of the sincerity-of my de
iiw. that neaee. happily re-established,
Imay completely remove the traces of
The London Lancet on the Cholera.
[London Correspondence of the Chicago Tribune.]
The cholera hnrtgs about our ports, loth
to depart. Our leading medical journal,
the Lancet, gives us, ami yon, the following
warning. Speaking of the appearance of
the epidemic in koutnailipton and vicinity.
it says :
"Although tho Outbreak has not vet as
sumed alarming proportions, it is siirniU
ant of the probable ripeness of our sea
port populations to the intluence ot the
pestilence. In face of the extension of the
disease alone the Jouth. coast of Europe,
the tendency which it shows in the dis
tricts Burliest invaded to-scize npon-iniand
towns, and tho reported occurrence of
groups of cases in central and northern
Europe, it would be an ecregious error not
to take warning from this outbreak, and
institute measures against the danger now
imminent. The experience of previous
epidemics proves. that several local out
brsaks.if the disease in autumn and winter
have preceded tho great epidemic irrup
tion in the following year. This was the
case in 1848-49 and 1853-4. The Lanctt
then proceeds to advise the inspection by
uovernment aecnts of ourenport towns.
ana recommends the establishment ot
National Sanitary Commission, city and
town corporations being, as it were, local
committees of it. An eminent French
medicus.'. Pr. Vwchrr. fcrits to lh
Temp., of l'aris, that the cholura has made
its. appearance In that oity, and recom
mends that the water in the public reser
voirs snouiu be analyzed, as he believes
the poison is transmitted by that channel
An incident which has just transpired at
collies-.! onts,. a little town near to loulon,
would seem to carry out this idea. .Last
Monday night the people had ho idea of
tne visitor who threatened tnem : next
night there were sixty cases and fifty-five
deaths by Ihursdny, whereupon the in
habitants all fled. Ihe place seems to
have become a "cholera centre, and if so,
running streams and reservoirs of water
are almost carlain to absorb whatever spe
poison there may bein the atmosphere.
.Looking at these various "dropping cases
the epidemic, it may be well for us to
set our House in order during the winter,
as to be able to battle with the grim
assailant next year. King Cholera hates
soap and abominates water and cleanli
ness : but mve him stmkinir sewers, heaps
offal and ill-policed streets and quays,
and His Majesty will hold full court even
Protection Commended to us by an
lish capitalists now in this country, speak
ing at the. New York Union League Club
supper, said :
"No Englishman who had not seen
America with his own eyes could have any
proper conception of the magnitude of her
progress, nor the great power she wielded
a nation. He was not disposed to
make small beer of his native land, for he
ould be an unworthy son if he did; but
had to acknowledge that America was
ahead of England in her resources and
territory. He thouehtthat if Ameri
only developed their country's re
sources in the future as .nglislimcn, bad
Great Britain, their future would be great
The very essence of truth the sum of the
laws of economy which underlie the wealth
nations is protection ! How did English
men, with tlieJiarinoiiioiis legislation oltlieir
Parliament ever seconding their ettorts,
develop the resources of Great Britain :
nrotectinp the domestic manufactures
their island against foreign competition
centuries together, without suspension
relaxation, by every device that lawyers
could frame and practical spinners, smelt
and weavers, could suggest. When
persistent policy of Protection was
crowned with the success at which it
mH nH Euirland bad Irooine tne
Workshop of the World," then, and not
then, did she preach to the nations 01
world her impudent doctrine ol r ree
Trade that the way for them to grow
rich was to raise raw products for her use
prices she would see fit to pay, and to
from her in exchange manufactured
goods at -prices she should see fit to charge.
jy. I, lYitnme. -
There is at present two millions of vol
umes, printed in the English language, in
State of California. In the year 1847
were about three hundred.
Charles Reade is to commence a new
romance in the January "Atlantic," to
Calkins, ClrliHn A t'o.'n I'nion Busi
ness College, at Oberlin, Ohio, is meeting with sur
prising success, beyond the expectations of its many
sanguine friends. In no other Institntion of the
kind do students receive as much personal atten
tion, and make, in consequence, such thorough
students, as at that poiut, if we may judge by the
testimony of students.
One-half the usual expense or taxing a commer
cial Course is saved by those who attend at Ober
lin, while a thorough preparation tor business is
Notice to the Slcli. The Faculty of the
Cleveland Homeopathic College will give gratuitous
Medical and Surgical treatment to all who desire
at their college rooms on Ohio street, every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday forenoons from
to VI o'clock. oc2b:2aS:uw
firnilruKn's FnralJthins; bMus.-
KEGLIUEE and WUITE SHIRTS, CUTTUK,
WOOL, MERINO and BILK WRAPPBRS and
DRAWERS, PLAIN and FANCY NECK TlfcS
anil SCARFS of every description. UtJ ana
SILK HASBKEKCniEFS, 8U8PE?iDiK3.
T.TNEN and PATER COLLARS. Also the most
COMPLETE STOCK of HOSIERY ever brought
tfiis city, which we are selling at the lowest
prices. MOW HAluiil.
141 Superior St., under the wr.oor.uu nui o.,
Mnsonie Notice. The members or ei,o
Chapter, No. 14, R. A. M., are hereby not mod tlml
a Special Convocation will be held on Thnrsdsy
evening, 2(ith iast., for the purpose of an Exalta
Tou a respectfully requested to be punctual at
7 o'clock. By order.
oct2i250 . ; D. E. FIELD, Secretary.
School and College Text Books at wholesale
and retail, at HOLDES, l'U "''
108 Public Square, oc-o:-o
Wanted 500 Shares Slate Fire Insurance
Cleveland, Ohio. Apply to WM. i.
PRESTON, near Court House, Cleveland.
A larsxe variety of Photograph Albums con
stantly on hand at 108 Public Square. oc'25
Ieaeh Blow Potatoes. Choice Lake
Shore Peach Blow Potatoes in car load lots, at 68
Merwinst. oc23:gi s,. uot ma,uu. .
8100,000 Compound Interest Notes
of 18V4 wanted. Highest price paia uj ..
MER A CO., Bankers, 146 Superior
vi. Cleveland O.olisn Asylum Society will
lioldtts Anniversary Meeting oa Thursday next.
at 7 P. M- is the First Baptist Church, corner oi
Euclid and Erie Streets. The public are invited to
All the latest publications, received as soon as
L MW, at
HOLDEN, CLARK A WILSON'S.
Some of the best property in this city, for sale
at the office of NOBLE A NOBLE, 180 Superior
1 ,i pntur.-lis Firkins choice Table
. . ' .
1 Butter just receiveu lrom vn,i. . nv iu. uiiua.
for at lira rover si ren., ,
CLARK A WOODWARD.
Winter Annies for Sale. Choice varie
ties winter Apples for sale in car load lots at 68
Merwin st. ocSJ-Soti B- COTTRELL.
To Printers. We have for sale in "quantities
to suit, Bingham's Celebrated Boiler Composition
alrto, Palrai r's Putnit Cumpo-iti.ai, the best and
most durale extant. All orders by mail promptly
attended to. Adlres LEADER CO., Cleveland,
. Gent's Furnishing; Cloods. Mott
Halght, have Just opened a splendid assortment
Gent's Turnh-htng Goods for the fall and winter
trade, at No. 141 under the Wed-dell
LAST NIGHT'S DISPATCHES.
Juarez still at El Paso.
Successes of the Allies.
REVOLUTION IN PERU
SOUTHERN NEWS ITEMS.
Collision on the Erie Railway
Italian Petition in Behalf of Jeff Davis.
Governor Morton Recovering.
Thanksgiving in Maine and New
The North Carolina Election.
Close Contest Between Orr
Adjournment of the Wirz Commission
Gold last night closed 145 3-8.
Associated Press Report.
From New York.
steady during the day.thc prices showing no
change of moment since yesterday. It
opened at 14o. The quotations dropped to
The Commercial savs about SI l.vmi.mm of
the temjiorary loan have been withdrawn
from the sub-treasury during the recent
stringency in the money market.
The Times this morning makes the very
significant remark that further relief will
be felt on the authentic announcement that
no more funding of the legal tenders will be
authorized after the close of the current $;0,-
OOO.Ond, which is expected to be made in a
New York, October 25. The steamer
Teutonia, from Hamburgh, has arrived here.
Her news is anticipated.
A correspondent of the Tost says a collis
ion occurred this morning at a crossing of
the Erie and Northern New Jersey Kail
roads, one-half mile west of Bergen tunnel,
between two heavy freight trains. Both
engines were smashed and considerable
damage was done, but it is said that no one
was hurt. $15,000 to $20,000 will probably
cover the loss to both roads. Two passen
ger trains approached tins crossing last
vening, tne .ne train lnovmir at goou
peed, with brakes, at the same time the
Northern New Jersey train was passing
There is great danger of an accident at
Ilackensack's Junction. The least delay on
part of either train renders a collision
Publishes a Reply.
Mexican republic, publishes a reply to the
uitemeuts ot ur. Louncn lion, l resident oi
eeutlcnian says that after obtaining from
Maximilian a grant for this monopoly he
visited President Juarez, and received his
approval for tho establishment of a Com-
to. Navarro while acknowledging that
Juarez iB desirous of introducing American
capital into Menico, says that it is not true
that he has given his sanction any
prise or contract authorized or oeriveu i.
the government of an invader. Mr. .
trusti that there are few citizens in this
creat country, who from motives of gain will
give their moral and financial support to an
attempt tooverturow a eisii
Waited upon the President.
A number of eminent Italian,
this citv, on Saturday, waited upon tne
Pe.i,lnt and nresented a petition from
the Italian Executive Committee at Milan,
for the abolition of capital punisnmeni, aim
in behalf of mercv to Jefferson Davis. The
President received the petition with only an
inquiry, in an accent of surprise, that they
New York, October 25. The 17:id regi
ment. Col. Peck, arrived here this morning
on board the steamship Nevada, from b:t
vannah The regiment numbers 200 men.
The U7th regiment, Metrojiolitan Police
brigade, arrived in Brooklyn at 11 o'clock
this morning. The troops were received on
entering the city, by a brigade of Metropoli
tan Police under command of Cants. 1 owers
and Smith, and after marching through the
principal streets partook of a sumptuous
dinner at the arsenal, where they were wel
comed by Tolice Commissioner Bergen.
people vs. Peter R. Strong, in which the de
!...,i.,i wan clmrired with procuring an
abortion on the person of hiswifc.and whieh
k. ...tA much interest, the Juilcecharced
the jury that it was their duty to acquit the
prisoner, wnicu mey uiu.
There was another
vessels at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Some
r ....el. hrurl!t verv low prices, and
there was very little desire on the part of
builders to buy.
vet no signs of the steamer Africa.now fully
bore, with two days later news from
Europe. The steamer Royalist, with the
balance of the Circassian's passengers ar
rived this morning.
of Knights Templars paraded to-day
in full regalia to welcome and escort a dele
iroiinn n( Mimm Commmders, of Roches
ter. New York, who will make a brief stay
in the city as tne guesm vi n.o
h-nil,l. The latter turned out with full
ranks, and the Rochester Brethren made an
The. Rochester Commanders leave for
Tl.nnV.irivinB- has been appointed
Vniue. for November 23d, and in New
Hampshire for November SO.
Passing Counterfeit Money.
Kprikc.field. Mass., man
riviniv his name as Charles Gray, froi
Y., attempted to pass 500 in counterfeit $5
greenbacks, at the First National Bank, in
?i,i ;to ihia forenoon. Upon being in-
fr.-l that the bills were countericu, ne
seized the roll and ran from the Bank. He
r,,A mid rantured by the police.
Before he was arrested, he threw away the
.iin in..t'npr wilh a roll containing $400.
The bills are splendidly executed.
days 1.420 bales of cotton passed lor i. inciu-
nati, and 250 for St. Louis.
rswtiTt. October 25. The report tele
graphed to the papers to the effect that
Governor Morton was stricken with paral-
ysis, iB untrue. He has been severely ai
Hieted with neuralgia in tho chest, threat
ening paralysis, but the danger is now past,
and he is recovering.
steamer was signalled to the eastward early
this evening, but has.mce enc. ine Airi
ca, from Liverpool with late ilutes, lias not
Meeting at Baltimore.
BtLTrxoRE, October There was
l&Tve maetinir of the Baltimore Association
for moral and educational improvement
colored people held here to-day. J. never
Braithwaite of England, Bishop Mcllvaipe
of Uiuo, and others; spoae.
Not to be Restored.
to the Evening Post, dated Wsshing
ington, Oct. 25th, savs the War Department
uass iieemeu, with the approval ot Uenerat
Grant, not to restore the property of ex-tiov.
Henry A. Wise, of Virginia. ; Gen. Terry's
action in refusing to gie up the estate is
fully sustained. Wise s house is still used as
a school for the children of freedmen, and
ooiiii .Drown s daughterstare teachers.
Washington, October 25i The Wirs mili.
tary commission have adjourned. They
have made up their findings and verdict
and forwarded them to the President for his
M: Orton to-day resigned as Commissioner
of Internal Revenue, and there is" ne -doubt
he will be Succeeded by E. A. Rollins, new
tne iwputy uonuuissioner. : -
mation has been received here that Presi
dent Juarez was at El Paso in the state of
Chihuahua, on the 20th of bantember. As
the time required for communication from
Chihuahua, is twenty days, the declaration
of Maximilian, dated the 2d day of October,
that the cause which President Jnares up
held had been abandoned, and that he had
departed from his native soil, is 'not be
lieved to be true, nor is it credited in diplo
matic circles that Juarez has sanctioned, as
has been stated, the luiiierial Mexican Ex-
press company. ; ..
The Wirz Trial.
Schade, counsel for Wirz, was
the President's house to-nicht. to inter
cede in behalf of his client, lie is appre
hensive that the military commission nave
found him guilty of all the charges, and
therefore is desirous of savine him from the
acam penalty. Although Mr. Schade s lears
may be well grounded, several days will
proliablv elapse before the result of the trial
will be promulgated, as the members of the
court are sworn to secrecy, the finding can
uniy oe anown tnrougn an olncial source.
Washington, October 25.-The President
has not acted on the record presented by
Commissioners. The Quartermaster
Department has thus far realized between
6,01)0.0110 and S,000,UOO from the sale of farm
South American News,
Jsew York, October 25. Panama datosof
ihe 17th in st. are received.
The rebellion in Jew Granada is ended.
The leaders are nearly all either captured
have giveu themselves np.
The frigate Lancaster sailed from Pana
ma lor the Sandwich Islands and San Fran
cisco on the 12th.
Siircon Maxwell is performing the duties
Amercau Consul at Panama.
Business is fast reviving at Panama.
Troubles continue in the interior.
Nothing new from Central America.
South American a flairs look gloomy. The
presence ot the bpanish fleet in Chilian
waters, probably to enforce the Bpanish de
mands, causes perplexity, and business at
Valparaiso is very dull.
The Chilian ffovernment is actively send-
rr arms and ammunition along the coast,
and the Chilian lleet is distributed at ditler-
ihe reruvian revolution continues with
varying success. 1 here is no concert of ac
tion with the revolutionary leaders. The
armv is short of supplies. Guano has been
exchanged for coal and other commodities.
Advices from Bjlivia state that Malgra-
was nearLapase. which was occupied by
large torce oi insurgents, who will proba
bly repulse him.
liiver Platte dates confirm the great vic
tory of Flores over Paraguans, and General
Mitre was making a victorious march to
wards Ascension. It is believed the allies
will soon occupy the capital of Paraguay.
A terrific gale took place at Montevideo,
August ith, causing great damage to the
a. j ...... ,
RECEIVED UP TO 3 O'CLOCK, A. M.
[Special Dispatches to Western Associated Press.]
Nkw York, Oct 25. The banqnent
evening by the Erie Railroad Company to
Sir Morton Pcto and his party was a most
agreeable gathering, replete with elegance
and social good feeling. Speeches were
made by Sir Morton and by Messrs. Robert
Walker, Geogre Bancroft, D. S. Dickinson
TRIAL OF ENGINES.
The first day's trial of the engines of the
Algonquin and the Winoosk ended with tne
following results : The Winoosk averaged
11 01-100 revolutions per minute, with an
avern gc pressure of 70 pounds of steam ; and
the Algonquin averaueu ,c,v.u.
ner luiuute, with an average pressure
70 iKiundsof steam. The engines of both
ruu very smooiuiy.
EXPENSES IN 1866.
TCa.iiiiiTtnn aiipcial savs it is estimated at
the Treasury Department mat n sue ax
Department succeeds in placing ns eauiuum
nrouortionatclv low with those of the Navy
ne.mrtmpiiL for the next fiscal year, that
tl.o oniim einenses ef the Government for
lStitt will be about 81ihi,uum,uuu, exclusive oi
H,o interest on the public debt which is
now ? 105,000,000. It is claimed that tho in
ternal revenue will meet the total sum of
expenditures, to say nothing of the revenue
to be derived from customs.
All the meinbersof the cabinet were pres
ent at the Executive Mansion to-day, except
Secretary Seward, who was represented Dy
Acting Secretary of State Mr. Hunter.
Secretary Seward is expected to return to
stated that seven Eational banks, three of
wi.i. l. re conversions of old nanus, nave
been redeeming their State circulation to
the limit prescribed Dy tne national cur
rency art. and have thus been neiayea in
reccivintr their charters, ine otuers are
but just organised on a,iplicaUons filed and
approved prior to July 1st.
The rebel General Sterling Trice arrived
to-day on a pardon missieni
Governor Tierpont, of Virginia, is very
sick in Kicninond.
Lieutenant Colonel Bell was to-day made
Brevet Colonel of tho Kegular Army,
The resignation of Major General Frank-
in, who is Colonel of the 5th Regular In-
fantry, makes th,e regular Colonel ot tnat
regiment in the line oi promotion, im tut-
tcr outcer is in in tticuiuouo..
The Tribune s special says: intelligence
: 1 .L- C.Jm.n't
has been receiveu n. mc
reau in this city that two agents of the
Bureau, sent out'to Berryville from the gar
rison at Winchestertoinvcstigate the affairs
of the freedmeu, were driven out of town by
a mob of citizens of that place.
Many of the treednien wno naa con
tractcd with their former master for a share
of the cron. now that the harvest has been
gathered have been driven away by their
employers who refuse to pay them for their
l .iu.e Measures will be taken by the Bu
reau to fully investigate the condition of the
froedmen in that vicinity and to see that
ample justice be done.
EX-GOVERNOR DICK TAYLOR.
The Times' (hiecial says: Ex-Governor
Dick Tavlor, who is here for the purpose
securing a pardon, has been appointed su
perintendent ol me extensive cowou grow
f.. ..f '.- I,.,. .Qr.iinliata Whf
fug company .of northern capitalists, who
have taken scvcl-al plantations near Bolivar,
P, Tirol w I'e.. October 25. The Coro
ner's jury to-day found Simpson guilty
the murder of Alacentoe. inere is con.
erable excitement. The friends of the de-
are endeavoring to obtain possession
of the prisoner with a view to summary
ittmi -liiiieiit. but thev are not likely to sue
cec-l, as the force guarding the prisoner
tr mi? enough to ensure his safety. He will
leave to-night for Franklin.
SPEECH OF GEN. BANKS.
Boston, October 25. General Banks spoke
this evening in the town hall at Maiden
an immense audience. Much interest
manifested as to what he might say, as
was generally underfood he Would teply to
. nia,ie 00 nim last week, bv Wen-
ueii x-niuips in his lecwreonthe Solith.
The General dwelt at some leneth on the
question mat n as been raised touching his
rights of citizenship in Manuu-hnti. h,
canse he was not sure whether the people of
ma uisiiici. ncic suiisueu in tiieir own minds
whether he was a citizen or not. His expla
nation eovered his whole course of life since
he left the state five years airo. . As to the
fact of connection with the Ketv Orleans bar.
he said he was admitted by virtue of his
being a member of the bar of the Supreme
Court of the United States.
In allusion to the aspersion of Phillips,
who asserted that he was followed by the
curses of every loyal man in Louisiana, the
v.eucrai saia max nis administration m
Louisiana, was in direct and religiou con
formity to the orders of Mr. Lincoln. There
was not an act in his life in connection with
the Ireednien of Louisiana, which, when
properly presented, would not receive the
approval oi the people or Massachusetts.
There was not a siir'Ie order, regulation
or principle in his policy that would not lie
approved, When properly explained, by
good men in the South. , lie had heard that
it had been asserted by a man of large ora
toncal powers, that a Major General had
withheld the pay of tho colored soldiers on
the pretense of supporting their friends and
ot providing them with situations. This
unquestionably referred to him, and he
would answer it by saying that there was
not a word ot . truth in such an assertion.
He had never withheld money from colored
soldiers for any purpose. On the contrary.
ne nau provided tnem with bouses, Ac, and
when he left Louisiana there .were 20,00(1
negroes, bv his nroclamalinn. in tl ,lv
and Sunday schools of that State.
He did not claim to belong to the class
who think they can by the power of their
intellect and force of their oratory control
affairs better than Providence, and see into
futurity with such unfailing vision. No
man, whatever may be his capacity, can
change to falsehood or overturn current his
tory. He did not hesitate to say that what
ever judgement may be passed on other of
hispublic acts, his course in Louisiana, if
understood, will be regarded as most hon
The remainder of the speech is mainly a
repetition of that delivered last week in
Music Hall; '
Pittsburg, October 25. Tho river is five
feet by the pier mark and receding.
Yesterday Evening's Edition.
The Vote for Governor.
New York, October, 25. The Her
ald's Charleston correspondent says : Jas.
L. Orr formerly Speaker of the Nutional
House of Keprcsentativcs as fieretolore
stated, received a majority of tho votes in
Charleston for governor ; and tho legisla
tive ticket known as tho Mechanics and
Workingmens, was successful.
Seward and Gov. l'erry is "published, in
which the latter, in response to inquiries
to when he shall cease to exercise the
functions of his office, is informed that
he is expected to continue to act until re
lieved by the express order of tho Presi
South Carolina Election.
counts from every part of the State indi
cate that AV'ade llnmpton has been elected
Governor of South Carolina. In evidence
of this, he cites the votes polled in Charles
ton and the elective district ot Uerkly,
composed of the parishes included in the
judicial district of Charleston outside the
corporate limits ot tne city, in tne
lty ot Lharleston the vote stauds,
Orr 755, and Hampton btil. In the
parishes just mentioned, the vote stands,
Hampton 225, Orr 61. Reaving Gen.
Hsmct'TWiffu,,nrlt,r r 40 votes in this
Freedmcn's affairs, on the 18th instant, in
address explanatory of the object of the
Freedmen's Bureau, and his present visit
the South, delivered in the presence of
Mayor Macbeth, the Common Council and
prominent citizens of Charleston, made
some announcements of importance. Tho
General spoke of the hostile feeling to
wards the Bureau in Charleston, and the
mayor acknowledged it,and said that he had
no hope for the country umu civu is.
was completely restored.
That, the General said, wastlie clamor
of politicians, but he had generally found
the planters favorable to the continuance
of the Bureau's euperintendency of affairs.
He himself, as well as the President, was
anxious that civil law should be again un
trammeled by tho military, but the neg
roes having lost the protection of their
masters, need some guarantee for the safe
ty of their interests, and until the State
allowed tho frecdmen to testify in its
courts ho was free to say that the Bureau
would continue, and the President, he
stated, would bo very chary of surrender
ing the Stata to civil law until a stop was
put to the outrages on tue uiacas.
The General gave encouraging replies
to the planters who are now seeking
restoration of their property. He said he
hoped soon to see wholesome laws guaran
teeing the rights of frceduicn, passed by
the .Legislature, ana tne present unu.uu,
between the two races settled. He an
nounced bis purpose of establishing courts
... nnnot nf n urmV officer and tWO Cltl-
sens to take cogniaance lor tne present oi
complaints by or against trio coioreu peo
ple. Gen. nowarusuosequcuviv
the negroes along the coast, and then took
his departure for the Stato capitol to con-
foe n.-ith tiov. I'errv.
The South Carolina Legislature, lately
elected, assembles in an extra session to
day. ' , . , ,
The State Conventions ot tlonua ana
fifvirtriw moot to-dnv.
' ATM IS tUB OUIV OUUlUClu ,
in rebellion, which has not elected mem
bers and called a convention mr tiiepui-
ev" " . . ,
pose of reconstruction under tho procla-
mntinn nf the Presideut,
A sn.il to the Times, dated Washing
ton the 24th, says: .Collectyr King has
tendered the auilitorship of the New 1 ork
rnotoni House to Geueral Spinner, uen-
eral S, who was anxious to accept the ap
pointment, informed Secretary Jlcullocn
ot tne lact, out ine tatter turn uim
vico. were indispensible.
Major General Halleck, commanding
tlio militarv division of the Pacific, is di
rected to muster out an volunteers ou iu
Pacific coast, as many as possible immedi-
1 gtgjy an0 the remainder on the arrival of
t)ie battallion of the 14th L nitcd fetrtos
R wra October 10th Maior Gen
I er-i p0pe, rommanding the department of
i jMissourii was directed to orucr au v.uuiui-
I . -KT -XI. ,l.U.e
nia volunteers in New Mexico to their
State at once for muster out, also to re
lieve as soon as possible all New Mexican
volunteers, one regiment thereof to be
mustered out immediately, ana the remain
der the arrival of certain regular trocps
District of Charleston, has issued an order
directing the military to surrender to the
civil tribunals, where the officers of the
latter are duly qualified, the adjudication
of legal matters, except sucn as relate
property in the possession of the national
government, and cases where negroes are
There has recently been extensive resto
rations made to citizens of Charleston
property seized by the government. JSear-
ly an mo wiiuu c.w-.v. .
largest property holdurs of the city have
again unrestricted control of their former
The Great Cotton Case.
aocuments in the Metcalf garnishee cot
ceased . , Auoiista, Georgia, which will
nublished. will show the represen-
tationa made by the Washington special
the New York'Timcs to lie false in every
particular. It is claimed that the action
of the War Department was based solely
on legal construction of jurisdiction
not upon any charge of wrong doing.
question of jurisdiction is still an open
cue. JdetcsJf was the rebel cotton agent
Augusta question being discussed whether
cotton is not property of the L nited States,
instead of cotton ordered sold for two
hundred thousand dollars, it would have
brouirhe under order one million seven
hundred thousand, now worth three mil
lions. Herschei v . Sobnson, Judiro Ste
vens of Georgia, "NVm. Campbell Patter
son of Philadelphia, are council for Gar
ished. One Payne, who has for several years
been cashier in the Quartermaster Depart
ment ot Col. C. Irwin, was arrested yester
dav while en routeto Europe, forallegedde
falcution. He was released on bail. His
case will be investigated here, by military
. Jacksox, Miss., October 23. J. L. Al
corn, an old line Whig, opposed to the
war, and a Brigadier General in the State
service, commanding the sixtvlavs men.
was elected United States Senator for the
long term, commencing March 1864, by a
majority of 22. He is opposed to the ne
gro testimony bill to abolish the special
court of equity.
From Washington. Mustered Out.
By an order issued on tho 20th of Octo
lier the following Kentucky adored troops
are to be mustered out: infantry 123d,
124th and 135th; arfilttfy 12th heavy and
The order mustering out the Veteran
Keserve Corps is now in press and will
the Currency, has written a reply to the
card of Governor Pierpont, in which the
latter denies that he ever asserted that
the "people of the South would not sub
mit to lie taxed to pay the national debt.''
.Mr. Clark unqualifiedly asserts that he
did express such sentiments, and that, too,
in indecent, ungentlemanly language, and
that ho therefore ordered him to leave his
office Mr. Clark supports his statement
with the affidavit of Mr. Charles D. Smith,
brother of Judge Smith of the New York
Supreme Court, who was present and heard
the whole conversation.
Gen. Grant's Report.
The Washington special the
24th says : General Grant's report of ac
tive military operations for 1864-5 is con
cluded and will soon be sent to the Secre
tary of AVar.
Wirz to be Hung.
It is reported that Wirz has been found
guilty, and will be hung Friday next.
Scheme for the Colonization of Freedmen.
scheme for the colonization of frecd
men in Florida has been laid before the
Swrctarv of the Interior, and will soon be
before the President.
Disposition of Medical Stores.
medical stores on hand are being disposed
of under the recent order of Surgeon
It is thought that General Briscoe's sen
tence will be made as light as possible.
Treaty with the Indians.
Information has been received of the con
clusion of a treaty with the Cheyennes,
Arapahoos and Apaches, and terms agreed
upon with the Kiowas and Comanchos.
CmcfSNATi, October 25. The colored
people of Indiana met in convention in
Indianapolis yesterday. One hundred and
fifty delegates were present, representing
nearly all the counties in the State.
Condition of Gov. Morton.
Governor Morton is better.
Mass Convention of Western Farmers.
o-min dealers is called to assemble in
Morns, Illinois, on in r""' i
break down the excessive rates no
charged on grain shipments to the East.
rntps now I
Murder in Pithole.
Vitiiole. October 25. Mat. Macentce,
of Troy, keeper of the Hcenan Saloon
horn wis murdered lost nijht by Johnny
Simpson, of Koch .ester. 1"V
red at a dance, onnpsuu u.:uc.
English Impressions of Cincinnati.
One ot tne rnciisa iiuwftunpc wnco-
. . I
pondents who accompanied Sir Morton
Petoandhis party in their trip tnrougn
the West, writes as follows ol cincin-
Cincinnati is the chief commercial city
of Ohio. It is locally designated "ine
Jucen City of the WesV and the appclla-
nis well deserved from the spirit of its
s of its situation and iiie
rapidity of its growth. Forty years ago
t..:.. f.lv f.uir brick I
fiiirinmiti contained only tour
houses. Now it possesses some of the
nest streets in the world, with DncK anu
ctmie bouses that vie with any in Europe,
and it has a population of 300,000 souls or
...,..,. iidm hf wnoie oanv wc
le wooie pan' -wo ,
ceived, the morning after their arrival, oy
the Chamber ot Commerce, w t ;u
the Chamber of Commerce,
warmest expressions oi Kii ui, -"s.-"-
titfl ocinwitK-ft thnt thfl conieiiiiimifw cut",
tl.o ...nmnri thnt. the contemplated
to improve and advance the railroad facil-
itics of the v est wouia nwo. TT
1 - l 1 I... in
nort of the people whose prosperity it
would"' also" pCLte. The PoppUunity
..t- nnoet the denol or
terminus of tho railroad. The terminus
;a . ,.f tho finest and best appointed in
all respects in America; but as in so
n..nv other nlaoes there is an inadequacy
of rolling stock to accommodate the daily
increasing tramc, wniie a wngw - "
'KHo doJbta -utie. it has
vr . ... 3 u
w . oh,irmiiii residence atlllton, aDOUt
fi.nr miles from Cincinnati a situation of
nnriviillc-l heautv. and in the evening
.rr.ino' ontprtainment was rriyen at the St,
c. .... i . . . . ; ; s- i
Nicholas House Dy tue aum'". -.
avor presiucu. xvoiiiiiie
the cordiality which marked the reception
of theparty at t ns great city,
unanimous resrrct was mat me umawi
the visit was decessarily so limited.
The Freedmen Hoaxed.
A Mississippi correspondent of the New
York Herald says :
In this State, as well as elsewhere, the
&tate, as wen as c.
freedmen have somehow received the im-
Di-ession that on Christmas the government
r " . j. -i i i on1
is coin to aiviue muiu aumug wwu,
iheSy are VIS
is going to divide lanus auioug mciu,
day of jubilee.
make contracts for a longer time than
s-'L: -a A svnnf .OTilflTl if 1T1V AiYlUAint-
iUUIlV Ul dUClll It'UOO t,v
111 1M.111 IV. gi-" I- J
f rt nna. a-af Vii former rilnvea
few days since to employ him, when the
lOllUWlli'' tJViJ v J1 JttO W.s .a.w. .
-w ..... 1 .
Ai..sinp .Nm. i wane 10 euiuiuv vuu
will you make a contract with me .'
Sam W -a-a-L ill at.-, a, i iuaa.0 a.
in till rhrirtmas.
Master -What do you espect to ao ai-
tar f 'hriistrnnfi ?
m I'Snratrhinff his head U, tten
i. V a'... .. I i.-..a.L- mvanlf
w. na. ar.,M havA
masier uu wjiu juu vw. .
a IHrm OH VliriSLu.no t
OHIU CH-'UCmi unilllllTTiia
O . 1 ArnmAna r.i II mA f 111 H
de niggers git farms ennstmas
. - M
no nas oeeu cirvuiuuS .K.
or how the negroes have received the no-
it is impossible to tell, but that such
is the impression among them is certain,
. ... i.LTi:" -..wiat,-! ;
Alie AUtoenil'niv; iuuiui, jiuuHju."
London, reproduces some curious relics.
A late number gives the following letter
ot tne ceieorateu auiian
Malibran : "My Dear Mr. Bunn,
canot promise to play the part of cont Be-
lino. ine music is ece..,s.,7
and, after the sminamhula I am not capa
ble of singing buby mn.iie. However,
don't say positively no until I have seen
the music and the pice again, for it
about 8 years I have not even herd of
part. Therefore, be so good as to
the whole to me, and I shall give you
eonscienlioin answer quite a la Malibran.
A son of Calcraft, the hangman, has,
under an assumed name, succeeded in
Massing a very high examination for the
ndian Civil Service. The circumstance
is much talked of.
The Princess Dagmar bears large
black cross in especial memento of the late
Czarewitch, her betrothed, for whom she
still mourns, "in outward form and in
, An eccentric landlord died lately in
Stratford. England. He made all his ten
ants, conform to these rules: 1st. There
mustbenochildren. 2d. The tenant must
not smoke. 3d. Nor keep birds. 4th. If
a bachelor, or widow, or spinster, he or
she shall not enter into matrimony during
his or her tenancy.
Among- the present "lionesses" at Paris
is a lady Victoria Fitz William, a fascinat
ing Esquimaux of Grinnell Bay, whose
tender care of Lord Frederick Fitz Wil
liam, some three years ago, when he was
taken ill onboard the English man-of-war
"George Henry, detained in a bay Dy
stress of weather, on the Esquimaux coast,
induced him to offer her his hand. Her
maiden name was Tookolito.
The Limerick Southern Reporter relates
what it aptly terms " a romantic story."
Xn returning late from tho Limerick
races, meets Z., a friend, to whom he of
fers a bed at his house; but on reaching
his home, which had been left in charge
of a man servant, X, is unable to gain ad
mittance, bis servant having locked up
the house and gone to the races also. So
the freiends break a pane of glass and get
in by a window, Z, agreeing to
sleep on a sofa in the dining-room,
while X retires to his own bed.
An hour or two later the servant
returns, sees the window broken, and, con
cluding that the thieves are on the prem
ises; lets himself in by the back door, arms
himself with a poker, and proceeds to
search the house. In the dining room he
finds a stranger asleep on the sofa, and
without more ado, attacks mm with tne
poker, breaking his arm and fracturing
nis skull, isut mere is mucn vitality in
Irishmen, aud the Reporter says that Z.
is "nroeressinir favorably." in spite of his
broken arm and fractured skull.
A young man, apparently of the upper
classes, has committed suicide in cne of
the dressing rooms of the public baths at
Berlin, by shooting himself. The persons
who rushed in on hearing the report of
the pistal found him quite dead, and a
packet of papers by his side which con
tained several directions, and amongst
others that his "carcass should be well
beaten and given to any surgeon who
would like to ask for it." The papers
gave no clue to the suicide's name or the
cuuse ot tne act.
FOREIGN GOSSIP. The Pierpont-Clark Quarrel.
A Washington correspondent of the
Columbus Journal gives the following ac
count of the recent difficulty which ended
;n the expulsion of the Governor of Vir
ginia from the office of the Comptroller of
Cominz into the room of the Comptrol
ler of the Currency the other day, Gover
nor Pierpont accosted him in a manner,
supposed to have been that of the defunct
chivalry: "I understand, Mr. Clarke,"
said he, "that you have called me a rebcL
I want to know it it is true, sir. -ies,
sir, answered the comptroller, -i out say
you were a rebel, and 1 say so still."
xMerpont, a little oampenea Dy tuis
frankness, demanded to know upon what
ground such a charge was made against
him. Mr. Clarke stated the ground to be
that he had understood from a reliable
soiirco that Pieroont had expressed an
opinion favorable to the repudiation of
'" " .i. ".'.!. tn nv ri or share
of the public debt, you
J. J'.. ... :l, .
vill be damnably
Whereupon the Comptroller per-emp-
..e;itf '.rrioreri tiio dovemor out "la
, - ,
uce, anu n.
Thurlow Weed and General Slocum.
directly or iiiu.ra;u v, -pouuiuie
,1,,., !, ci,l,l vnta furor anainst any rail-
sucn asreiateu to tue ,uo..
this knowledge and in a manner "unbe
ti, coming an othcer and a gentleman he
veritv to General SWum's gratuitous ai
.. H v: "Of General
Slocasi, when in the Legislature, I asked
. , '- . . , 1 I
nothing but mat ne snouiu ui.-iwrS mo
UUi uuuhuhj -
. . . 1 f 4. 1 inlimat IVl a Wlh.fi
measuIJ "of , personal
of pecnniary character. In short, I did
not exchange a word with GeueTai siocum
upon any legis ative question otner tu
eonvevsu.emw.u -o-- , ;
him to vote for certain swiuuung r.,.i..w
I,;!!-"' Also: "When the war enoeo, i
n.ot Oonernl Slocum at the Astor House,
His manner was more than usually cor-
;ul In the brief conversation tnat en-
., i t,a annVa niiitn emotiat lean V on uns
.I,,r;r.c nersonal reirard tor me.
...s....0 - a. . , .
- ' 8horn 0f consist-
' -.t,i..t.iam. and fidelity, was even
wvy. r-- - , . - -
ibpn .'onsummatca ; ana tnai wun a iin-
i 1 :.,.,Aninrl ha-.Tli-ar
muFinff tftniiA lil TrvTSOIlW USllVOauu ufuv.,
Pn.. L. Art though he mhtbt
ne miciiucu w . , f ,.
I not provo uiicisi.". r
The most brutal and emasculate piece of
Copoerheadism which we Have neara oi
since the surrender of Lee, comes to us
from St Louis, some of whose city coun-
cil have just returned I horn, from ,isit to
aw lure. titj. " r
.nt corf "Miivor liunmer cave uuio ui
wherein he proposed to bum all the flags
f Tour "Vnrk reo-iments carried during
the war, because be wanted every trace oi
the war removed trom signt. m'j
. . - . is,.
only our gnous nogs, -
--- , u m&med or xt.
-wh,t,;1 TTawthoma left several vol-
rv-rlav record of his life,
hich are now being put in oroer ior jmu-
lication in the ante Montiuy. xne
;n.iollment will appear in tne jbu-
-- -- r , up,,,.
uarynumDer, unua. - -r" "
from Hawthorne's Diary,
I iwYrn. with his college dav
begins with his college days, anu is iu to
- " j ..t .-.a
foreign diary is also very complete.
I " "
, - , -as-
&1 Ta T.mva1tnce Of Cholera at MAT-
geilles, trance, has routed most of the
at the Grand Theatre.
umuiuuj f - ,
. 1 A:rt -4" rha lawiMI nnti inft
, 'i rifl rrnirecuu.biuu iUnnnv
Oueen's Musketeert naa to oo poeipoucu,
i .n Varlame Meillett left the town,
and tie tenor, Bertraud, who went to look
followed by the tenor,
Peschard, who said ne was going w
,,ud u-iil. lnHi.
character in Jaek Cade, the English bonds
tin. man. Mrs. Fred. Meek and Jerry Taylor
nr-. ptwii anneared as Jibbenainosay,
, -ui. -r r ...
,.. , . ainn'a
1 1 n ovf nf Wlf OT LI1B IT UUUOi
I I'1" J a - , ,
I mi - , "m. F, . 1 k- lta eft nwiinisrise J Lllwv
ineatr f . ; -
r.nnorl T.. C. Baker. Chief of the War
Department Detective force,
proa ched by sever. prominent publishers
with a view to the production in
form of the secret service.
The author of the "Adventures of Ver
dant Green" has published a new bonk
called '-The Hook's Garden."
'Our Mutual Friend," printed from
sheets is announced by T. S. Peter
Tt r.t hers, of Philadelphia, as to
Issued from their presses on the 11th
DRY GOODS I
H. T. UOiVER & CO-.
230 Superior Street,
Are receiving their Second Invoice of
Fall and Winter Goods,
In Endless Variety aaad Beanty.
They are happy in assuring the public that their
purchases have been whe Good, have
In the Extern Market, so that they are enabled to
oer their customers th.
BEST BARGAINS IN THE CUT!
They beg to call the attest lo. of the puWie par
ticularly to their
Now replete with .11 the ' "
Fabrics, beginuml wun
Through all grades of
To the more common gra-lc. of Cloth, , I" J?,"
variety to suit all their customer". They "
thi. Department with a J";""''. CCT
tliat they have the best jV.v have attained
TER IN CLEVELAND; hh'? Their
what they de.H.ue.1 from the l
Cloak Stock the envy of every House u ine
Real Paisley, Erode & Wool Shawls
In great variety of Styles and Color.
w lot Of
Also, a fine
They have Merino, in Black, Brown. Garnet,
Drab, Purple, Blue, Green, "'""
Morula. Criui,.n, Pink. Bl"
mon, Maize and W bite.
In Plain Colors and Plaids.
Beal Irish Poplins, FrencH Poplins,
and Worsted Poplins,
In Plain and Plaid, Striped and Chenif.
. . . r
ALPACAS), BLACK AND
COLORS Of rljAls JJii
WISCEYS, PLAIS AND FIGURED, Ac, Ae.
II. T. IIOWEIt & Co.
Also offer a magnificent stock of
Of which thpy mention Moire Anttqnn in Brow a,
Bla, Green, Purph-, Ganift, Larndr, Fink,
LrnioB an. I White. Elunt Black Bp
from to 51,o-. itljwk Arm ores,
BlHck C'onlrMi Drap de Frauce,
Poalt th feoie, Urus Imperial,
Gro tie Kcope, and Gro
Grain, Black Taffeta.
From the Low rut to the Highest Grades,
A fnll awortment of Mourning Siik and Change
able Kepe. with Plain ami itVps in all Color.
Also, Seeiied S-tlks in all Color.
Also, a full line of
Fancy ana Llgut Party Silks
Comprises a full assortment of
Esuulmcaux and Castor BeaTers,
AfulllineofWASnisr.TO.l ana jiiuut,s.os.Ji,
in an colors ano suaue.
. - r. w . n a nr. V.. Tin '
mi J tAMl.UIAIi5.
A large lot of
. f a TT T-T T O
u i. u ra im p. li n.
They have a large stock of
BELKNAPS, K0BR0YS, OPERAS,
IL.1L? A.TD TWILLED,
Iu White, Tellow, Red, Gray and Blue. Also, a
utrge lot oi o-s auu 10-
I THEY OFFER
Mallks and llonei Comb QnIltS,
i jpiCAiucu anu nru n u lil lie H liaiun:
Sapklns and Doylies,
Fringed and Bordered,
Pillow Case Sheetings,
Plain and Striped
Swiss XusIIds, tc.
They otfer a large assortment of
Also a large lot of
.SHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
RIBBONS AND NOTIONS.
FEEXCH AND AMERICAN PRDiTS,
BLEACHED it BROWN SHEETING.
They always keep a large and well -assort.! stock
AT LOW PRICES.
H. T. HOWER & CO.,
S30 Superior Streetcorner Seneca,
and no Seuecm