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A K U i A i! V , A j :rJ.t The Triumph of Mr. Douglas. Tlie li ift of tho remarks id maty of tlie tic j-ul-iicnn journals, on tliis mt.Ject, are not at alt to oor niiuil, Mini seem to ba belter calculated U i J ttie Little Giant In hi impctaons anj an scrupulous course towards tha goal " or hi ambition, than to produce, ony otlicr effect Tha cpnfnrH.ilo meant used to carry the Illinois eU?ctscns, and to continue Lis place In the Senate, are lost sight of i tlie plnmlits orcf the apparently successful accomplishment of tliat end. The tenor of these article! are ery well Culco'atcd loo, to throw dust into the ryes of some very good Republican, and modi fy their tipngnnnce to a man, whom wo ennnot but look npon aa the one most to be dreaded by every right minded man, of any other leading pirit tow before the country the ouo of till others, who would boggle the lenst at any means to aeenre aa end. His supreme rclfiVh. ness, aad total disregard of faith to any section or fidelity to any policy, with his personul lu ll nonce and determined character, should place kim fairly and squarely before the Republican jnrty as be Is, that they mny give him the widest possible berth. The warfure between h'm and Buchanan Is euflk-lently inaugurated, a d decided and bitter enough, we think, to be wfily left to its own conclusion, without let or Lindrance. The following' views on this sub ject, from the pen of the very judicious tditor nf the Cleveland Trader, commend themselves to our notion?, and we adopt them iu prefer ence to an attempt at making our own mark : "From the exultation of the Douglas Demo crats one would suppose that they consider the contest of I860 settled, and that tho "Little Giant" las only to march to Washington and wait for Mr. Buchanan to lay down the sceptre. The gunpowder orations, however, have a good deal of the prematnrcness of tho Atlantic Cable explosions, and the (act that Mr. Douglas lias after a truly gigantic effort obtained a bare majority of the Legislature of a State that bos heretofore given him overwhelming endorse ments, Is blazoned into an Importance fur be yond IU real import To Mr. Douglas person ally, it is a proud triumph, for it was bard fought contest. Bat bow the Democracy as a party are to be benefited by it, is far front be ing clear. It bos healed no divisions, but has rather widened those already existing between the Sectional and the National Democracy. With the apportionment decidedly in his fa tar Mr. Douglas has secured the Legislature may be re-elected to the United States Senate, but the popular verdict ef Illinois is against him. Upon the State ticket and upon the Le gislative ticket the Republican majority is about five thousand, and upon the Congressional tick et it is some eight thousand. It is on such a popular record that the exponent of popular sovereignty seeks to retain his place. But this is not all. Says the Missouri Democrat, " the course of Mr. Douglas now shows that what Morris said to Smith was true' he resolved to oppose Lecotnpton iu order to save himself at home. It was 00 patriotic outbreuk, 110 in spired flatb'of genius and courage; hot a simple calculation how best to hoodwiuk tlie people of Illinois. The unloosening, too, of tongues since the election, proves what the Union inti mated was the diet, that prior to Its departure from Washington he made bis peace with Tu c'lnnat, t only broke the bargain subsequently, when he found that it would beat him to be at amity with the Administration. It was at Free- port that he put on the mask of Free Soil, and his personation was so good that many thou sands voted for him, believing in the language 01 me Missouri ltepuunean tnat he was "as much an anti-slavery man as Mr. Lincolu." We thought then they would be cheated, we thiiA 0 still." Mr. Douglus as a Free Soiler, can never be the nominee at Charleston, and yet it U to Charleston that both Mr. Douglas and his friends look for the consummation of what they call 01s triumphs. And it is herein the necessity 'arises that will involve him in a career of equiv- ' " I n . ..... . ucbuou, 01 Buumug, 01 couiraaicuon, rucn as we have predicted for him in the future. Al ready the South, the Enquirer, the Delta, and the Jtejndlican, have begun manufacturing his speeches into very passable Southern doutrines, explaining away the little eccentricities of the canvass, as electioneering dodges, and anchoring uni safe and fust alongside the siuve exleosiou clause of the Dred Scott decision. From now, too, nutil the National Convention meets, this course will be continued by the nulliSers un der the vain and foolish hope that the people of the Tree States will not detect but backsliding whilst the people of thu slave States are being must wed iuto his service. But what are the signs of the times iu his behalf T Mr. Seward hot very aptly said in a late speech that it will be the duty henceforth of the friends of freedom to watch the indications which give evidence of Intent to betray the cause, and what he has said U only the expression of a pervading popular thought. Mr. Douglas's triumph now consists in nothing bat the fact of having saved himself from ruin in the general wreck of the pro-slavery Democracy, and that by taking free soil ground. Letlim bo classed otherwise, but for a mo mrut. by his own action and be goes to keep Pierce, Uutliauan (od the rot of the great de feated company. To talk of his Presidential chances, therefore, is Idle. With Bright, Slidell, Mason and the President to constrain him to the utmost requirements of the South, before s omiualion.with a popular defeat is hi own state, rauningjM as avow free soiW to start with, and with tka assurance that no other Democrat ic leader caa earry bis wo State lor hinuielf, much less for Dooglaa, we think bis prospects not worth discussing. - Much stress baa been laid heretofore opon the fact that Mr. Dooglas had tha popular heart. This consolation is now also dissipated. The returns show that he ha net touched the enthusiasm of the diimi even lo Illiuoia. Thus we see the paople are against him; the politicians, are for him. But in the bawle between people and politicians, are we wrong hi saying that from the aroused public spirit which is marshaling the friends of freedom hi this Government it is evident that the peo ple must triumph iu 1860. Tht President baa tendered to Sam Ma PAat the floveroruip of Kunsai. lie giiicrc4 twa Xw-thwQ FeuMtors luto CuUgro.; frous. MiuiuiiwU.nnd III J2xcI-lenr-y, Mr. s5im!j.niu, t li, fciua la nun do tie mi sue for Katua. In the County of Ani.iubnU, (few 28 totvqsLij Bud "2 juitwc. : Tiik T1.1 i, or Cni.B, for tha minder of l : wife, a bivli ns ei;n.I fur Tues ) inornii.jr, " i't rulied, until tin! nftmioon. As otir renders will, no doubt, fW-l dome inicre-it in the progress and renlt of this ease, w Intend to pHe thorn as full, and at the snmo time, concise nil well digested an account as is consistent with ottr liiiifta Thu charge, as Is well known is murder III the first degree, by the poisoning of his wife. . The present is the second triul, on a change of venue. As the prisoner madd his appearance, all eyes were turned npon him.- I lis general appearance is good, and his man ner that of brisk ne, and freedom from corrod ing enre. Confinement nor apprehension of the fate to which he is exposed, seem to have but littlo to do in changing hi aspect. The anti cipated difficulty In obtaining a jury, led to tho application from the prisoner's coutnel. Tor a rpcciul venire. In selecting the jury, no less than 53 persons were examined as to their quali fications, before the requisite number could be secured. The points upon which they were examined, were those usual in like case, sneh as scruples as to the death penalty, reading re port of previous triul, having formed and ex pressed an opinion as to the guilt or innocence of tho prisoner, &c. The answers given, of many of tho summoned, were such as proper ly to exclude them from sitting, ami they were, therefore, peremptorily challenged. The follow ing gentlemen compose the jury, and upon their verdict dcjienils the fate of the prisoner : 1 Klijali Hurt, 1 Zophcr Gee, 2 Samuel W. Snow, 8 Uriuh Hawkins, 3 Milton King, ' 9 Harvey Newton, 4 H chard Hays, 5 J. P. Kiistnmn, 10 Frederick B. Smith, 11 J. T. Atwnter, 12 Nathan W. Brown. 6 Franklin Builey, The jury being empnnnellcd, the case was: opened by the reading of the indictment by A. S. IIai.i., E.q, Prosecuting Attorney for Ash tabula County. . The indictment sets forth in the first count that the prisoner did wilfully adiniuistcr to his wTe, Adelia Cole, white arsenic, in coffee at one time, and at another time in a solution of Kp- som salts and water, with intent to kill her. In fie second count it et-ts forth that he did wil fully mix one ounce of white arsenic iuto a viul of laudanum, and place it iu her satchel in the place if auother vial of medicine, that she m'gl.t take it by mistake on her part, and that she did take the same. The third count sets forth that he put an ounce of arsenic In an ounce of laudanum, in the place of a vial of medicine, prepared for her, that she might tAe it by hor mlstuke. Also that he mixed arsenic with CoSce and L'piom salt.s etc., as iu the first count. This brings the case down to the afternoon of Wednesday. Counsels employed Messrs. Shkrmax, Ris- kev, TnRASiiER and Bi.aksi.kv. For the Stute Messrs. Ham, Uinni.R, Forist and Smith. Foreign By the arrival of the steamship Vanderbilt at N. Y. on Monday last, we have information or the loss by fire, on the night of the 2d, of the steamship Hudson, of tho N. Y. A Bremen line. at Breman. She wag to have sail ed on the Saturday following, and doubtless had a large part of her cargo on board. Insured for 70,000. The crew of a French brig,which was shipping free laborers from the coast of Africa, had all been massacred by the negroes, Great excitement existed at Bedfordshire touo- yi England, iu consequence of a wholesale poi soning ease by lozenges, in which arsenic had been mixed by mistake, instead of plaster of runs. Death bad occurred to 60 or 70 persons. Ureal activity prevails in Spanish Naval Ar senal in consequence of preparations for a Mexican expedition. The naval force is being augmeuted considerably by the building of new vessels. Sir H. L. Bulwer, British Minister to Persia, was arrested at Pera on the 20th Octo ber, and taken to a police stution in consequence of a collision while riding in the street, between his attendant groom and some 'of the Sultan's uito. Madum Pheifler, tho celebrated traveler is dead. The Rebels la India, were active, and some of tweir attacks were temporarily success ful Flight or defeat, are the results which await them. They ore, however, doing much iu the way of ravaging tho country. . The ateumship Canada arrived at Hali fax on Wednesday last. The news is mea gre. The frigate Xiugara, from Charles ton, with the rescued negroes from the laver Echo, arrived at St. Viucent 011 the 22J, en route for Monrovia. Ffty-seven uegrocs died on the passage. The London Times r-peaking of the wreu hed condition of Mexico, says there is no reason why England should oppose the ambitious designs of the Government at Washington. It considers the establish ment of any law and order a g iin. Beforjw. Among the Rail Road reforms, we are glad to see iu the course of adoption, is one i.i reference to Express Companies. The Companies begiu to ace that the intervention of oar Express Company between the Rail Road C, and it patrons, is an entirely useless feature in the system, and a good feeling exists to break up and abuudou the whole thing. This was in dicated at the recent R. R. Convention at Cleve land, at which a vote of 23 to 11 was passed, ooknig to this cud, existing contracts ouly standing in the way of unanimous expression against thitf system of unparalleled extorsion. If the .bu&ines of carrying frc'ght, is a busi ness thut pays, there U no reasou under beuveu, why it should not be well performed. To do this, which i ouly legitimate and right, would bo doing considerably more than is often done by ExprnuiM, A movement iu this direction would be a reform indeed, Thk FiixieisTitRs. We glrau from several Washington correspondent that Gen. Walker has eulered tute alliance with J. L. White, of ae of the Nicaragua transit companies, aad thut Ileuiiingsen is at Washington, and hi old feud with Walker has been reconciled, and that Suoor Yrissari, the lute Nicaruguan minister, U in the plot uud will co-operate with the filibas. . A crowd or filibusters I flocking around U alker to whom he ia distributing commis sion iuhis ariny, from lieutenant up to colonel. It is distinctly understood thut the British will preveut the jiiding of the fillibustors, if they cuu, at Greytown or on any part of the Mo quite coast, and that they will also prevent any interruption of tha present government of Nic aragua while Sir William Gore Ouseley's nego tiation arc pending, and will afterwards reuder any assistance Nicaragua may ask for repelling invasion. Thus the Ceutral American quos tiuyi are becoming complicated again, and what the administration rear is that our filli buster will full into the baud ef the British, which will produce- either aevioa dittcalty Till Kiigtaud Of 0 violent huMilb at the South. A nd tho the adin'MMtrntion U In too shut-y a ainie tvi rncnantrr either jil-tt at this mor-i 'fit. A Nrw Tf-rhitokv UwiASWKn, The people of Dnrctnh, without waiting for authority from Congress, have exercised their sovereignly in tho organisation of a territorial government They hevo elected a legislature which assembled in Dig .Sioux county iu October, and livid a ses sion of six dura, and adopted tho Minnesota code of luws with slight chunges. The legisla ture cocsi.-lcd of nine rcprcMcutniivc.'r'nnd five councillor, and wus entirely annniinoils, no po litical divisions being recognised. Border Rerm.v Worthies. Major Oliver, the Missouri member of the Congressional Kan sas commission, hus left Missouri and emigrated te the rxtremo South, disgusted with the pro gress of Tree state opinions In Missouri. Gen. B. F. Stringfelluw, ex-president of the Platte county "self-dclcnsive nns elation," bus removed to Memphis, Teun., for tlie enine rea son, while his brother, Dr. J. II., iu Kansas, calls himsrlf a Douglas democrat, and curses the pro-slavery policy of Buchanan. Dave Atchison remuius quiet ou his plantation, iu that private lifo he odorus so well. Titus and his band of cuttli routs are in Ariaona, waiting an opportunity to repeat their crimes there. PiTTsnuRoit, Fort Watnk & Chicaoo Rail road. This important Hue is neurly finished. Ouly some seven miles are to be completed, and the Couipnny intend to have tho cars running through from Pittsburgh to Chicago by tho first of December next. Resignation of the Minister to Mexico. Mr. Forsythe, Minister to Mexico, has resigned, and has arrived at Mobile on his way to Washington. A dispatch to tl e Commercial says the President is looking for a successor, able and willing to carry out his annexittion schemes, a id it is re ported that the message will adopt or com mend Iloustou's scheme of a Protectorate for Mexico. lh'FFALo ' Inter nation at. Biimmie The people of BulTilo took a vote on Tuesday on the question w hether they will ngrce. lo the assumption of $50,000, interest per an num 011 the sum of $2,500,000, to be in vested in the stock of a Railroad Bridge across the Niugara River, by the Detroit and Niagara River Railway Company.- The total vote polled was 8,502, of which 5,126 were in favor of granting aid to the Bridge, 11 rid 3,370 aguiust it. Majority iu fuvor, 1,750. The eleventh overland mail from Califor nia, with dates to the 22.1, arrived at St. Louis, on the 17th, within schedulo time, bringing three throti!;li passengers. The road, until it reaches Texas, is in excellent condition. The stock is in fine order ex cept on the desert, and stations are fast Fpringing op. The accommodations along the route arc rapidly increasing. The ap plications for passage exceeded the ability of the company to accommodate, and the route is rapidly iucrcosing iu public favor ns a thoroughfare of travel to the Atlantic States. . . . , Senator Broderick, of California, has ar rived at St. Louis, via Salt Lake which he left Oct. 1st. lie cucountcrcd snow and severe weather in the mountains. lie had a rib broken by tho upsetting of the coach, and his foot frozen in the mountains. The Semi-annual Tax Law. Comptroller Thiiau, sends to the papers au elucidation of certain features or the seini-aunual tax law, Inch interests tax payers. The article wus written by the Treasurer of Hamilton County, but as it is endorsed by the Comptroller, is, no doubt, the construction given to the law by the State officials. The Penalty fob Nox-Payxkxt of Semi-Annual Tax. Many, if not most persons, mistake the effect of the lax law Missed at the lust sessiou of tho Legisla ture, providing for the puyment of one half of the nsscued tax upon the 20tb of December. The supposition is very gener al that the penalty is but live per ceiif. up on tie amount due upon that day. and con sequently that there will be no additional penalty if the taxes are not paid before the 20ih of June of the next year, and that the penalty therefore is but about c qnal to the ordinary rates of interest char ged by Bankers say, about ten per cent, per annum. 1st. If the half yearly tax on pergonal vrojierly is not puid ou the 20th December, does not the whole tax for the year mature on thut day, and is not the penalty of 5 per cent, for non-paymc'Jt to be estimated on the v holt lax lor a year? - To this question the Treasurer replies in the njjirmvtire ; that is, th&J the penalty of five per cent, is added to tho whole tax which iipK-arg upon the duplicate. 2d. Is there any additional penalty for the non-payment of taxes on personal pro perty, if uot puid at any subsequent peri ol, to the 20th of December. The reply is in the negative ; but par ties may be proceeded against immediately after the 20th of December for the whole ycar't tax. ..-. 3d. At what period may execution be issued against delinquent personal tax pay ers, and will not such delinquents have to pay the expenses of such executions in ad dition to the eiialiy ? . The Treasurer answers that the execu tions may issue immediately after the 20th of December, for principal, penalty and cost. . ' 4th. If the half yearly tax on real estate is puid by 20tb DeceuiU-r, is there any ad ditional penalty above 6 jr cent if cot paid, ai any subsequent period f To this lust query, which is very impor tant oue o large uoldtsri of city property, the Treasurer replies that thirty per cent, is tho penalty after the first Mouday iu February. . . .- TheUuitcd States Senate will have some additional back-bone Senator after the 4 th of March next. Ex (jo v. (J rimt. pf low who has already been olecled, and oue to be chosen from Minnesota in place of (lea. Shields ; one from Michig 111 iu place of Mr. Staurt, and out from , cw Jersey in place of Mr. Wright, t We ought to have two more front Indiana. Mr. Flqrexci, returned elected from the first district iu Pennsylvania, and Mr. Sicklo from, oue of the districts in the city of New York, will hare tlteif ritftU" to ecuts in Congiehj contested. t Di-i'tttrnes rrri-ived fit Wnshitigloo, nn ihi'iiho Hint Mr .ebiislinn bus been unani mously re-elected to the U, 3. Senate from Arkniisas. . Dry Goon Trade Is over for U10 sen Ron iu its Relive form, and preparation are making for the coming season of 1859 The orders given and selections making by mu agenis or representatives of cw loik houses who art iu Europe, will, we under stand, be large nnd ViuieJ. Spring staph goods are already biovibg. The little bifci ness now doing is mostly in siaplo silks of good find fair grades,' and bonnet " Velvets In domestic goods lliero is less activity, accumulation of sU ck is going on supplies for the spring trade constantly arriving. The large . shipments w hich commenced making lo China oil the first niinounceiiieiit of thu opening of trade, with the interior of that country have ceased. Woolen goods areas dull as coit good, but not so stea dy in price. The entries of dry goods for consumption are now much larger than iu the corresponding period ol lust year; but, excepting the very important fact that stocks in hand are much reduced, the pros pects of coming lu.Miiess are not much brighter. The disposition to resist the temp tation of low prices to make purchases con tinues strong; and consum ption does not increase. . The low juices of produce will induce larnuTS who tun keep llieir gruin lo do so; and this will check for a turn) the recovery of active business iu the Oreut West. Y. V. InJejieiHltnt. Mr Douglas and the South. The Wash ington correspondence of tho Philadelphia North American says . ,. . , "There is quite enough iu the past career of Judge Douglus to give assurance now, that his first movement will be to concili ate tho south, from which, after long devo tion, he has been partially alienated. Per haps a positive, vjen demonstration may be reserved until ihu election of United Stales Senator in Illinois, but thut it will be mudC" in good lime, littlo reasonable doubt can be entertained. The day is not very distant when the prediction will be come history. His personal efforts ia this direction, at the last sestio:i, were the sub ject of much comment, being quite as con spicuous as those of Mr Seward, vho sciz td irery opportunity that would be toler ated, to propitiate the men who were rep resenting the section and seutiment against w hich his fiercest wurfure was devoted. The south has iu -account to settle with Judge Douglus- at least certain lenders have, who do uot mean to be overshadowed by his larger proportions, without resent ment. Mr. Breckunridge, and others, who gave iu a qualified adliesiou to him, did ' so with the reservation that it wus only for the contest as between" Douglas and Lin coln, and no more. Mr. Hunter, Mr. Da vis, Mr. Toombs, Mr. Oi r, Mr. Stephens and Mr. Fit.pntrick, will require him to face the music before many mouths, and he cannot meet tiieir requirements, without losing northern ground. It is said Mr. Jef ferson Davis has gone home for the express purpose of opening the ball, iu a speech which Judge Douglas must notice here after." Tub Pope and Dokotiiy Dix. Tho famous American reformer of the treutment of the in sane, Miss Dix, gives the following interesting particulars of her visit to Rome aud the Pope i - "I visited the lunatic asvlnm, and my heart revolted tit the sight. I did not see sick persons whom man should pity, unfor tunates whom we should endeavor t' cure they were brutes iu chains, the dens ol which seemed never to have been cleaned. Several days alter my visit to the lunatic assylum, I was preseuted to his holiness the Pope, who knew the object of my travels. The Pope asked mu in the most friendly manlier, whether I had yet visited the as syluiu at Rome? "I hud the courage to answer, ' Yes; and I am convinced that your holiness bus uot yet puid it a visit.' lo Nono quickly raised b.s head, and only ask ed with uii expressive, attentive look. 1 understood him, and related to him, in 11 voice lull of emoLioH, all the horrors and barbarism 1 hud witnessed. I ventured, trembling withiu myself, upon the bold ex pression ou the unchristian treatment of the uuhpppy beings. Tho respect-commanding mun ot Christendom listened with ear nest attention, and said briefly, after I had concluded, 'Come again in a week's time,' uud I then left his presence. My anxiety was unutterably great. The Protestant, the stranger, had perhups risked too much. Although 1 wus couscious in my innermost heart of my good intentions, I yet passed a sleepless night, and a day of the dcepes inward agitation. It created a deep sensa tion when the holy futlier, two days after I had been presented to him, suddenly, while taking oue of his drives, stopped before the gate of the lunatic asylum, uud spent an hour iu it. The week bad passed, and 1 stood, as I had been commanded, in the Yaticau before the Pope. In a manner as grave as it was culm, Pio Nono said to me 'I have appoiuted a commission charged to lay before me propositions concerning the erection of a lunatic asylum, conformably to the rules of humnuity nnd morality, iu the shortest time possible. VVheu you visit Rome again your just and pious wishes will huve been fulfilled. I thank you for your communications. May Heaven bless you.' I bent my knee, deeply moved, not before the heud of Catholic Christendom, but be fore the wise priuee aud the good man." Hon. J. Glancy Jones has resigned his scat iu Congress. Ah election for a sue cessor is ardered to bo held early in Do ccmber. . , ' The formal opeuiug of .the Detroit ni;d Milwaukee railroad was celebrated at the latter city lust week. ' 1 Bear Kii.i.eii. Last Saturday morning while a laborer living at Fort timtiot, was proceeding iu a boat to his work at Port Huron, he came up with a huge bear, swim ming across. He struck bis beurship a blow over the head with his oar, when the enraged animal madu for him, and climbing into lu bout compelled the man to tuke to the water. cThe bear then folbned him, and tho mun contrived to get into tho boat again. A ueighbor seeing his predicament came to his relief with an ax, uud broke up this pleasant game of "tug,", between the man and the bcur, by breaking iu the. hit ler's head. He was killed uud brought ashore .. Ho is said lo be of the largest size, and w ill doubtless weigli somewhere iu the neighborhood of 400 pounds. Detroit ArfvertUer, Stolen Fmi-it akp how to Rkcoonish asp Rkcoveb it. Wliiiu tha fruit, kcIi. nectarine, or apricot, is yet iu a green state, uAix au adhe sive Libel, your initial or any other privuto murk, to the sido - exposed to the sun. Tho ripe fruit thus labeled will cury its Hiioblitera ted green slump into any marktit. ' Tbia bimple ojierutioa, if it should fail to yrettrfe the fruit, will, at loast cuitble the owner to identify it, SUMMARY. I'ii.alieth Cnrr, oin1 of tho dom v!ic wii ww wounded in tho llo'il on iiniliiy lust, at the host an! dy tragedy, died , f-in Con, mon mullen h aves, suiuked In a new pipe one lo which tobacco has never beeu used is said to be a cure for brorliiiis. f 1 ho. ,,,IM",l,u Republic nnd Times, iniiw jM-pnnnc ami rimes, an Impcr of hue, has put tli uumo Douglas np us Iu candidate for i!ik Buminisinmon of Stephen A president hi ISOtl. f-0 A Philaih'llililn .Irnol u..... 4 , - iT 1 -"i. m un ui rvm- Cd last fc-ifk. (or driiukcjiieis. Ids grojsy. tat tered wuiscnut was found liitcrully lined wiih bright hBlf englcs curcrully sewed Into Hid gar meut. , jj, ,,j , , , , ,. . ... The candle-box In which John Calhoun buried the Kansit election returns iind.-r 1.1m wood-pile, whence they were dug out bv a com mil tee or the freciMta territorial legislature, bus been taken to Boston lor exhibition. - r Anol tier chanire in the outline of that wonderful cataract of Niagara I Tho roud to Termination' Point has fallen away mortal being will never visit that point" uifiiin, mid a promena.10 01 a yard long only is now left under me iuiul ! The St, Louis cornet band hns ordered made iii Boston a full st of silver Instruments, 21 iu number, even the snare drum to bo of pure silver. The set will cost about 4(100, and a gold cornel ordered iu addition for the leuder will cost 1500 more. ? In a recent trial before the courts at Cincinnati, it was given in cvidi 'lice that a wo man who died nut long sinco had accumulated fcy.(HM) iii her business of playing on a hand or gun und singing in the streets. ' 1 J-V A lad nntned Avery fell from a' pile of boards a distance of sixteen leet, nt Ailgu'sfu, Me., and struck ou his head, ilo was stunned, but is since perfectly well, except an entire loss of speech, lie utlcmptalo talk and thiuk tie is speaking, but utters no sound. . A lady near ISurlingtou, Iowa, has got herself into the following distressing complica tion by marriage : she is sister-in-law to her ra ther, aunt to her brothers, sister to her uncle, daughter to, her grandfather, uud great uuul to her own children. ' Mrs. Roe, an English woman, living iu -New York, offored her drunken, abusive hus band his choice a complaint against him for assault iu court or his traveling expenses to Europe, $10 rincket money, and a promise ucver to see her again.' He accepted tho latter. A Westport, Ct., lady prosecuted a gen tleman for a stolen kiss worth t3,U'J0, and a big crowd, including about seventy witnesses, assembled ut Dunbnry, lo see the case through. The matter was settled outside, however, pro bably by a return of the stolen property. The Sennto of Mississippi is considering- a scries or resolutions in support ol sluvery, tho lust nnd most important of which is, that as slavery is legally and morally right, the law of Congress making ibe slave trudo piracy should ue repouieq. ... ., ;2dcT- A bridal pnu with a shade of sadness : when the friends of l he voung beauty who has just married old marshal Pellissiun in Prance, were admiring with lier the splendid woddmg garments presented to tier by the empress, she said "Yes, I like tho present better than the future.'' jZir Gov. Stewart of Missonri has no person al repugnance to negroes. A lew days ugo he wus i'oiind drunk ot u negro wedding. Upon this the Jefferson City Inquirer says : "If frol icing with negroes, drinking with negroes, cut ing with negroes, isn't establishing 'negro equali ty,' wo would like to know what is !" . & At Detroit a young man named Henry Lewis has commenced a suit against a young lady named Mary Ann West, to recover some 870 worth of wedding 'fixings" which he had bought for her recently. She don't wan't to marry bint, and he is bound lo loose no money by the operation, ifciT A village in the vicinity of Chicago was recently throwu into a stato or great ulaiin by the explosion of a metallic burying case, in which a dead body was being transported into the country for burial. The body hud been placed in it while warm and tlie gasses genera ted by decay burst the heavy piuto glass with a great noise. ;tsr Victory softens, none of Mr. Dongius's feelings towards Mr. Buchanan, but ruthcr en courages him lo l'lay the dictator to the poor president. He says he will make no. terms of compromise with Buchanan until all his (Doug las's) friends are restored to the ideuticul offices they held previous to the breaking out of hos tilities, lie swears that the ttate quo aitte 6(7 Inin must be established. JMr In a recent uddrcssat the North Curo liua slate fair, T. L. Cliugnian stu'ed a remark able fact concerning a locality of the western part of that state. In a district of a few miles in extent on th Tyron mountain, neither dew nor frost is cvr known. The district is remark able for tho variety and excellence of its native grapes, and they are often found in fine condi tion in the open uir as luto as December. . Trif Democracy and slavery very narrowly escaped defeat iu Delaware at the lute election; for governor their majority is but 204, and for member of Congress 410, against U"urly 2,000 majority two years ago. In 1856, tho opposi tion elected not a single member to cither branch of the legislature; now the Senate stands 7 democrats to 2 opposition, and the House 14 to 7. Another two years will bring over the little pocket edition of a state. .2r The Slate Reform School numbers some forty "pupils." ' The farm consists of 1.1 7t) acres of good lund on the Hocking Hills. The buildings are comfortable, and there will soon be accommodation for two hundred boys. Tha boys study and work attentively, and competent persons instruct them in both departments. In case a boy who "graduates" is nimble to Bad work, he is permitted to return to the school and there remain until he can find employment ir A party of emigrants to Georgia to Li beria sent homo, lately a sample of cotton of a species which blossoms perpetually, aad one of their number asserts that good sea island cot ton eau be grown in Liberia. President Bun son, in a recent letter, says ; "There bus been twenty times more cotton pluuted by Ameriao Libcriuns this year than ever before, of both na tive and foreign w ed, and I fuel sanguine that its cultivation will increase- cuou succeeding year. 117 Rev ITniiry Ward Beecher's society at Brooklyn bus fuliy determined upon the oivction of a new church that will seat 011(10 peojj'o. At tho meeting which made this decision over 810.000 were subscribed towards the new build ing, in sums from SG000 down to $1 the latter by a little boy, "the first he had ever earned." A servant girl subscribed $1'0. The money is raid npou the plun "doplud hi building the present cliurch, that is by scrip, on which 7 per rout interest is allowed, payable in pew rents. The church is lo be completed by tho first of January, I860. ' 1 " ; ' tar" A farmer near Bneyras, Ohio, found not long ago a beautiful apeciinan of quarts crystal, which ha supposed to be diamond A wug gish jeweler encouraged the idea by offering him $10,000 for it, but the furmer had board of Ibe Kohinoor, thinking he hud a fortune iu his diamond took il to New York. The jewellers there told him it was worthless, but he bad be come ierfcctly iufuluutcd op lbs subject, and now contemplate a voyugo to Kurope to offer hi diamond to those thut oan appreciate its value, :,..,( 1 i .... 1 i ?.-ir Dr. Webster, tho Montreal dentist, ae ciuud of rape upon one ut his I'euiule patients, while undr the iiitiiiuiice of clilorjfunn, has been convicted. His friends still believo him innocent, and thut the woman wus misled by a vugary of the brain, su'-li as often oouurs ill' these e-iscs. Why ' will dentists continue to run the risk of adininisterin chloroform to pa- lieiilt who uro uiiaitou'ldd : And why will le males claiming lo bo respectable subjoct them. selves to the risks thut rtfuil from their takinsr chloroform wheu not iu tho presence of third, parties f . Dedication. The Mthodsit Kplsoopal Church iu Conucant, will be dedicated to thu worship of Almighty (Jod oq ihursday December 2d. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I.i:.S TAKK NOTJCH. that thn p-e.l hi, rmti. K',k or ftrfwlnii.. IVrtl anS Of,ln. an.1 rn)vl..,M, low r.,r f..lf Mr. Aluo-Sall, l l.h, .F,d Flour on lutuil. , . J. II. TtiriMA. 1 . . , ...J! 1rt- of IVirt turf I'nnuct . Aalilnlml, No.l, 1 MM, r Bl4)W New Goods I New Goods M . Th nir.(Tnrd U now mlvln( dirrd from' "" ' T-r Yorll, Mori Tim TYVKXTY THOUSAND DOLLARS, worth of MERCHANDISE, PURCHASED sine tin1 ' recent irreat AICTIOX HAI.K-l, n. will h. mm .f r.h, t Itm.lr I .r, climprr tlian evr Man oirnI In tliU liKrKnt. My assort mint'' of Goods iu every depa'rt- miMit I. full i4 o.o.pl.T nnd mrol.l f.lnl, ml tlw imhlle w at ny other oiuLli.-Uiosnt u u,j. oounly. , With many nnd grateful thanks to mv nnm. ht!! Nitnt)r, for tlilr vorr llhornl tuilmniuo far Im twwit ow rnnrn, llmt I Iiavw trn ftitniri-1 l.t rii.lrHM hrre. A rmiltnnnnft of Toor fon, In Mrll,-ii.t. t. f.,1.. elTorUiilu&ll bo to Hinrt Ton nwn ftltlrilh-, i our, rfr-pentrollv, Ac , HF.O. WU.I.AHn. ARiiT.m'L., orrmlm 17, 1S4S, LA DISS DRESS GOODS. A bountiful assortment ' of Plain nnd Plnid Mrrino llllvilolt.;io,L Klnln nnd H.r 1 IL.I.r. S!lk. UlncliuiiL I'rlntL o to., tin ulu uwn. . SIMHLES. A large assortment of Broclin lonr a nnare ShnwH. Wool l.onu Slinwln- Slrlln mnl Mnntlllil Hh iwlm t'hm. Aim Sln;l ami doulat Shawli for clrl.ilirn, rety cheap. LADIES CLOAKS. A fine assortment of Wiu.'er Cloaks for La ding for ml clicap. CLOTHS Ld CLOT Ill.XG! A 1 nrge stock of Itroad ('loths of every grade and color. AUo Iw-avcr Clnllia, CawliotrK, SulllovtlK, Kcn tockr Jeana, Yrtinir, Ice., Ac. . , Ha lor a rtnmlx-r of nmrn, rnrarft I am now tiranamd In rurntfU, ItKAIlY MA11K Clutktnf, to ikIh on abort notiar, and all work warrantaU. . BOOTS and SHOES. H Mens Fine Culf Hoots. M , Kip ' ' ' ny " r. . . t Hor K1 . " , . MotiV Kntihtr Hotii ntl Slioet. fttvl h cmorul uortiMitt of Ijtdie'si and CliiUlrvii'i ilium I1.1TS, and CAPS. A good assortment of tho latest styles, for at cheap, at WlLLAIttrs. CROCKERY! . A new nnd ftplendid lot of Crockery k Glass ware, jin.t recaiveu. HARDWARE. A very extensive nportmont of Shelf nnd Tlenvjr Hfi'iiwmre, cnmpHMn tlmofit evcrjlliing uaitI Jr nh1h1 iii tUut Npclinu. Fur aale cvaji. GROCERIES! I havo now for sale the best lock of FAMILY OltOCEIUBI, Ulat tn County, cnnr.nling of and choicest be found In the Porto lllca, A X. O. Hnrara. Stewart Crwinb do " I'liltorhrd do M OrnrilaU.l co " Ooirra iln u Knirar Hoiimt Synip. Cholea t?ran and niack Torwi Jna, ljinlra A Kio Co.rva " Krwh O round Co.taa I'.MlH.h WhltrfUh alrriua , I r. It. Molanma. AImi llur anil I'hainlcnt Snap, Pppper. S.lpa, CIotph, Xtit mf;t Clrnuininn, Citron, Smokinp and I'lipwinir Toliaroi I'll Snnll, SalrratiSoda and Cream Tartur, c, kc, for ale at clunii an tlie cbeipent. DRUGS and MED1CI.XES. My stock of Mmlieines U more perfect nnd rneral tlmn evr, and nuflicient to iwet the wantt nf the enmiininitr. i Hiy? iri ma tun Kainilie supplU4 on the mon fiutorable tcniiH by GKORGE AVILLAIU). AHTnri.A, Vovemhnr 17, lKaS. SIXTEEN YEARS lit TH WILDS OF AFRICA! 1 OHO Ae,.. Wunted to sell Dr. I,iv- 1JJJ IN'fMTONB'S Tmv-nMimtMiiiit.du.Injf a rv-iilrmv nf 16 yfnrn tn tlie Wild of AT lc. THIS 1m k wotk nf tluUlkti m lvvnturm wid lutir-brrtth pa enpf among iv:tife br tstn nut. more wiva?" mon. Ir. I.lv iiiifstntte wm ntfMift itml him vied by mny wliitn mun, traveling villi Africxin fitti)i.-uitv simni tlilTiTout triheji tuid nalion, All vtrniiire tn him.niH tnanjr of thnn IkmHIo, nnd nltother irtOi-t HftAnthitiir H'tok f TviivpIh thw world hrui over wen. All our Avfei.tji tirk nn wit-d'T ft km tlie mnjtt Kiltvib'e honk iiiiblixlicH. The rnoet H bora I oniiini1;,nn initio lo III Niivill or loryu aunntiti-N, Fr.r lurtieulnns aUUrv J. W- HIMm.EY, Publixlier, Vorth Fourth Strrot, IMillndMpMa, Pa. Cop it by mail, frt-e, oo rrceljit of tlit Tike, l,iC. NOTICES OF TIE PRESS. From amoni; the hundred) op favorn'iie ioti-, from tho most refpeetriltle jotinuilK nf the country, nf our el imp edition of I.ivinirtotie'g Travels and ExiiloratUuM iu ACiIca, we take the following: ' 44 Tt abound In derlptlnnit of trang-e and wonderful feenee mmi a jonle and iu a country entirely m-w to the el. illnj w jrld; and altoTe'lter we regard It an one of ttjoiwMt inU'rvatt lug books tailed within the put vear." JUmily btmorrat. Putt mem, N. J. u It N mhittn!ly an edt'ton f.r the people; and, jmlrring from the rnnid wile with whlrh It in meeting, ft hi fully a.jrc elated bv Uiem.'Ckrfttn t ree-tun, Btmtim u Tlie hook in hvfnf a crett mn, and will to rmtf hy- erry reading man. woman and child. In thi aa well aeotlirr landtt. Jiktabml, OA is, Ttttgrmpk. Tlte work l finely tlluufnttrd, woli printed and firmly bonnd, tha anNWriiiaT tn every reeneet the demand for a pop ular and cheap edition of the MJ'Hirnv and lteenrctiei in S-mtli Africa. Thoee of our reader! who would liave a e Utfbtftil tueok lor reailin? at any hotir, will uot be diafuititetit in thin wnrit." U. S Journal. With truth we can eyv, that reldora In preaented to Uk roa llnir nuMlc a work eontnlninjf uch a Vat amount of mit I iiiKfriicti'i'i aathe one In i(n-ti mi. The volume In hindoiiie ly lllu-.tmU"t. and orvM-ntu that iini'tiie apienrnnre of exterifr fr which Mr. Bradley's publicationn are noted. miy Mm't(t. "ThU Intert'irflnir work nlwld be In the hind of every mie. Ttriiiitoreittiujr naff" of advent nnm are full nf instruction antf a uueMie;it. Ttn tlimmand tfiniea, it lm statfd, liav UenHolii Iu one month. Auburn Americmt, ' Dr. Llvlnrfntone'ii Travel and ffenearchoei fn Sopfh Africa appoir to ffreat advajata-fa In thin edition, wh'ch Im nntbHiteted ly the etlitioii iikm, aee(tible to the retulrr who retuia for irnc'Jeil ItiMtrucllnn and aiuMKenif nt,' Saturttm? Port. Tlie edition of Dr. !.Mntone Travela, pnMMied hv -T. W llralli y, U Jiut whaJ It nuniorU to lie. Like ail Mr Bmd ley'i Hillic4tii'iii', it U excel! en Uy gotten up.' Tiagm Af itator, Fa. u We can reemmefd tlie IHnn of Dr 1.1 vln-to ie Tra veln, piibli-hed hy llrailley, of IlilWdidpUta, nm m ry eav woethy of faatronn-rt U exM'irree and t ehmieri leooiuuieud it over alliHUera." e 4 AJaiauM. rAI'TKIN'-Tha atlenlloo of tha I'lilalilwr ka tn ealli"! to aptirloua edltl'rna of till, wo "k, ut forth aa ' Narratlvee of llr. l.lvlnyMiO'M iraveia in arnoa ..or. ia onre cuen, Arnertivin IUIon of thin if mit work nohll.lied, and aonlatn. all tlie i.n.nrtaul niatlef .' tha Engllnli cditiua, Wuili ia auld at all doilara. , SPEVI Ib NOTIIK. To .lrents and Canvassers. We liar, recently auh'L!iel arml new nrwt mleaMe hook. Inelndinc tlie PVHLIC mm fltlfTH ..' IJXIH NAl'Ol.r'.OXi wltn UI..fr,,licH Nolin.. .vf u i a in ill.rin- 5-il.hed WiniHtera, (Son. al and Kavorltea, and the IM)IA 1I8TORY. Mat mhiM. 'lUVrry ol India and tha pro. ami W.r; " 7' Amf'l mud Iht Jcaaa," a tola of lhilhiir Interoat, be S- T. Arthur; Lifu . JMe. K K. A'aac, and th. di.tloicuUhad Ainerlmn Kaploreia, a, iia. Thoaa, with our (iniiar Ktariaiva OuUtosua of rooutar Book., gives uatha on.t a'ld m.t fttla'U'le lUt of INiblliritlon. aver offered to A?.nU and fkhnvaaMtra, to whom w. otf.-r tlia matt Itberml Uvmt. Hmid Cur lur Uei, wbteh U a, ut fra. In any iart of the 1 ult- d tat-a. Sio4o5 Sewing Machinef ! AT'lOt'tld! $.1. rrfir tlmil Finriilv Sowlnsr Mui'lilnc for .innlnir tU a.iial work. No loln.lng or rlvi- ln( of allUrh-a. No ip-llUg out of order. Anybody aa u. it; .wry body wttt have it, . . . (Secured ty recent Grant t) Tetters Patent.) ' Exelnrilve KlhU for a -w UUtea and foniillaa will he plan, fed wilhln In. nvu of any aolerorMnir buaiuma man. (A portion i the lurrlUirv aliwlv ataorad 1 Tlie iraprletora r..uli.l. ritl.v 6 el H-y ""W p' M-mre th. nubile tlie irraitent ehaoee for IKoliUI'te luvwtinent eier nf f.reil A ri-Wi" ataelHM ooiilididn Hi. niilil nuallle, which, hr IU aeUod-Jrh'tl aiuipH i' arid low vt, will at once , t,i tlie maiuM-ea. wlio have beeu anilouiily waitlog for the li lel.loe hi o wilhln tlwtr irraau. a mf 'r1t wiilojt W purcliuai, ar. roiieUd to eall at uliou, examine till nt woriderfirl arOiloveuieut, aod acura a uouwuol of the Hta, " t'oonty delred. KOI KI.TV $i liKvYINti MAflllNR CO, , aOlhye, IIarr..TT k Co, N'ee.11. Manofa.tl'irerR, ' luiJM : 4Jl broadaay, oar. llaual Nrw Vork, Cm'.l qr ftnifta Circular silk cult mf Mm'hmu. , j ers rrmaiiiing in tho p0l Not, i, num. "'a. Jl.hl.l,.,i. All. t. liti. H , An.ir,. Fn-h, Mra Hro r A lr Hraskvith sra Mr Rnrnatt J W H ill Kntnrla !. HumaHna rlnrthna Cnwlpa Wm Mr S Conk Inmnjr Cra,le S Mr Crandlf C HI- Pm-Wlil Wnlti f Croorrll Jim Mr Dwlirlil II I. Knalnr II R Mf r lru in I, I) Mm Kton P Mr Roimrt lirnj Mr Hoiild t.'irr-n K. llni-kitt K I) llapt .. Ilovr-y K P Kq "tKlajr AmalKla iLillfv T II l.utlior itiorpy M l.M M E Itl.l 1 a rhwrtor Ki fMkWoMl FraoV S Kh.r-IA MHloa Mr Kii-ar I, Hh, Mr-KaaJohB Hlll-r 1 N Mrx'owpnf Wm Vr Mlaird Antolot'tta 'rVn Joha faiiorn lli.n-r II V JI"Ml,l.,n Mary Him Klll llp,lt.r HtPWurt .n.. i I 1'lrt.lf ln, Trrirnlmll FJw lh.-'".lll Vatnlorvr-ar John ( W oiMlroff Wai t j 'llirniii H'm . Whitman Jan Whiting W'm Mr W W Dtlrh' i i Pernonii pnlllng for tt ia ahm-a lotlara, plf ar 'A.lvartlwl' Pi . t:. It , I'. M. " Old Dominion " OFFEK and TEA TOTS, eonstsntlv on hand. . , . CKO. C. HI BBAKD. Anlitalinla, Nov . h, 1S.'.S. f!mrwr a? ..Steele's,, yAILIl nnd Clock making nnd Re- . ,. B".taH!l.hmnK lomt ,t ArdrMtmht.rthtahn Ij- n";' , ;rlV- P"'l1-w. Ar.lrlf.1 1,T Mr.. W . I lla.lart rrtneor, Mnlna, who oonroa here rrro.n- part a. good dont or a ioor rr . and nwinr arrn l-ttar that ma. hr ar,H- nd Jr wi l old on l.n rvoolrt-d. ith nir preni-nl force I m .1,1. i.. .... ' J' wi l old on when nolrl Intmrdod to n., wllh mneh mora pmrnptneaa than t..fr. and from thla .hie I .hull not rlo an el, analile molo oll alliromh In my Una AO per ecnt. lower'tharv aver iH.h.re offered In thin nmotr. Call and m Steele, the Watrh M..lier, at No. S .Mechanfta Itow, Ahtubula, Ohio April 1, iHfifl, . . r N. It. tr any hat Watchea tint hnra been lled he poor Workmen, they mn have them mnde aa good aa New alidl warranted to keep good time at llihi K.lahll.hnient. ' A-hluhulm Nor, 8th, lsM. MUSICAI.INSTRUC THE Subscriber, ns litis been before in . ttniated. Will nan hi. .eSool fftir ln.trn..tlnn .m tl. !(. ano.llaniiony.il., Itar. and Violin. nlo lo Vnral Murle. at tha i ari.n rnool tlmiee, ne-ir the Kpl-onl Church, on Monday, theathof Novemlier. Thore aUhmg to connect Ihrinae'vea. with III cl.aa.ea. ore re.oie.te.1 In inttke i.iImiIam .Ill dernte to thew ebuMita, t dnyn of the week, being engairad at wr on r-arnrtiaye. He will al giva h'n ath uiinn to OHi..oi.!ig and arranging nei.ia when .h -lred. . THOMAS A-iioricrxx AidiUlaila, Nor. 4, . 4,4 COUNTY I X F i hMa R V. So hd pr pol will le received hy the Ashtahola County Cnm misKionera, un'll the Tt'. dT of Derendwr for tlie building nl an Inlinmrr on tire thnn In Klni-rille aald hnildlng lo ba of brick SpecScaOona for the raine at the Andilor'a olvea. 4w44 J. C. A. BUSHMtl.I, Jelfenon, Xot. 1, lS.',a. Cnm'ra thrk. John E Luce, riatntl.i; 1 Jlcfi.re Wel'a ntali,le, J. l of I'l. month town;. . Solomon Rnninielln, Pert. ) ahti, Ahtliua Co. 0, OX the 21th day of Octulier. A." Dv. IRAK, Mid Jimllc tnned an nnter nf altaaliment ka Mi above action for the turn of eight dollara and vixtwHlma rtta. JOHN a..lll'K. rtymnnth, Oct. 80th, ISAS. SMtti - - 7' " ' 1 . ' 1 - AiOTR'E is herely given that tltero willl -t.H he apetiilon prerentid to the Hon. Board of Commie, firmer of Anhtnhula County, at their live, Svndnn, ai.ng them to appoint ami wnd out a conmilftce to Tlew and lav mit a marl In the town. hip or Anht'ihnla, coniaienclng at the' cor ner of Itnml hy (ieo. I.neaa. In the llorenirli of Arditahnln, and nrnning in a outherlv rlln.rtion, mil 11 i Interwal the l'lank Koid. wentaif Miitlhew II iblairda. AidiUhula, Nov. -Jd, IKiK. 4A3 Muster Coiiiiiiisiioncr's SnV IShnl Estate. ' A.htahola rnmnron rteaa, Jnaa-IVr IU7, Henry M. Voodwrlli 1 tk. All. VmiJ.IIab. u.. ' Wm. B. Sarah Tox. BY ViriiiforM Writ f Atiit'Kcnd: Exp, Htilr tniii d from m'J Com t In tl. lm 1 t rifled. It. ill offer T, For S ite hy way of PuMie Anoijunv '! at the door fr tlie Corni Honiae fiiJefftrMntAa4ilaOoitiit7,0. onTiiesilny the 30; li diy of Nov.- A.D: I 85, hetween the hour of 10, and 4 o'cloek.of Hv tit Mb.w- inff dereriheil Itml KUtt tn wit j ftiiuntii. I Mi ft- t.witltt,i of Daunutrk, rmmty of .HhiMlMiU.iind nn4 -nt rtfrXii, Itetnc In towtwliiii So. II. In the swiml Kh tier of Townbi.. tn tit Cnnneoticut Wt'Meni Revi ve, so oaUed, being - One huntlreil and sovrnty six acres of Lar). Itnnle In ertton Nineteen, M No. four, tn miattowiaUr pmiwil at U- r Alco, ."IxU-en Aewiln tM To three, In mhllNe! etrie the name Innd wtld and conveyed to l-rnrft- J4WM' Kr Alien Miller, hy hi deed biwlnjf d ite HeittemlHir' orV And re- cordid in Athttibiilacuuuty KeoMtU, vol. 4 Higm ot)l wad 603 appntihro' at $ WH. HEXmtV..Ufcitiwomn Jeffemon, Oetoher, C8f 1KA8. jd)iij4 Cash riil for oU i"i.t 0 SAipyfaf Purs. Furs, Buffalo Robes, SLct E. G. G LEASON, AGENT. TTAVINO n liirvre stoi-k of Untie. Cnjia, -a a. aurl rum, ou hin.l, 1. prepared to nieet all order, for I.tiilics oml Jlis-ies Furs, of the lntet am! rll.n. .1..!. -r , , , , rtrrr inri., TnanoiaTTiir " ""i1 '' thhet uianuticturen In New York, w.ni.tin Mantelets,-Munlill$, tapes. Cuffs Muffs, A (Trent variety of Mlmna Fur. of aU kind.; Uilt Far Mitts ami Morea, llverr hoi kc, r. Alan ( lolh,.-ur, I'luali, Hilk lileled and every new rarletT of (.enl , 1 oting Men i ami t'hildran'a HATS und C A PS. Plush and Fur Muftlem, Clove, and Mitt, of Fur, Cloth and Buckskin, of all the styles iu Market. liUFFAUi ROBES, i : Brthehatenrslrifle, tiiRelhar a Ith F.VE FJXCT ROBES. All of w.ik-h will ho told u low as can he imrchared her. or ' elsewhere .jti An oxanitnatlon of our stock Is respectfully solicited. Siilos Koom in Fi'.nKs Lilock, 2nd storj. In thenhsenceoftlieiulwerllw, E. H. ROIIKItTS will at-' bend to the wauls of Customers, 403. THE NEW YOKIv TKIIJUXE 18581859. rpiIE NEW YOItK TRIBUNE, now X. more than seventeen yerirs old. which was th. Mret rm umr lo tlw world llul ap)eaieii n-rnlarly oo an Imperial eihe re sheet nt so low a u ios lis two neota, arel whi.-h has at. loiiie! t uniani!1e!ed airirieirite of hmuw tlian ttHHasi .,ih i iptious, rexiwiriilly solicit, it sliar of atromgv which tha. M.lmnlitin Press is heuw-K.rlh to reeehe. M'tthln the Jireeent year Tna Tlliin xK, hna provided Its.! with a new are! faster Prea at a oust of sraiiiuai ,...) th.i. some of our snlsie, lliers nny receive llieir inuers a nmll earlier inno inn ...oerwi. iim-o, au. v nil e.irreKliiJenl at th. newl lriisntiiit, ioiul. tliroa-hmil tli. cMlijed world, and a, stast ol wrllers oJuxen from mhoim; the host in Hie oruntrr, s. helunra that ae thee. W.o tliellij. 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