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-late Sept iStk say. Th State aWparteBeut i daily rcpecM&f dispatches from Mr. Oy.n Wmiiiif Oref(, eotrntwaiag the details m.J roaditioas of anoe xalion of the Sandw ! ianm bow in Wsahiagtonas refilled m an oSv-ul character. Mr. dfcgg having Ml to act aa private w4idid is the matter n eoate aiueswe oth cowardly conduct of the admin istrauue it refusing to yield to bU argent re quests a be empmered to negotiate for the annexation of the Islands aa an autboriicd Imetter of in United Stale. It ia now be- iirvrrj tnaikju Maaaary power Aaebeta g'ven u Mr (nig;, arfa1 the Gwternmenljt hit o(BoiU Vwtamunictuoi) oi the rettU wf L. Soaaegeniat hat ditcoycrei luat " curiou ijuenion" would wriae wmi regard to tie nn iu-xuioo of ahe 4tndwhich NJiinds The "quetUon" it, tb&t as the natur iTixttioa Uwt declare tki "wktte" men only tbail be adaait trtfatat aiUieat of lh Uaited Sitct, the 8nJ wie Islanders could Rpt be caturaliied. It it not aaceaaary to go ioaorntytt.loical inretti galioa at to whether the inhabitant of the S.tnd wick Inlands are hu atva ia order to set. I (hit point. They weald be naturalized by the terms of ihp treaty, which being the tupreme law of the land, would oveiride any mere act o! Congrees The parties tent oat by the War Departnu.nt. ia obedience to the re.olution of Congresa, to ".my mvV?ffo ly.'y returned, are now enquired in mtkinu out their reports. It it ttated that the Secretary of vV ar has intimati d that they need not hurry them- wiui. iniiii uutiotma aone wun a view oi postponing the presentation of the reports to Conreat til! near the close of the tetsion, ao as to relieve the Preeidwat of the necessity of com- mmiag hisaaait upon the Pacific railroad quea- oa in bis annual message, and feeling his way gundy till be can understand what recommcn nations will be likely to be mott popular. Kvrrv dav throws uddilinnl t'nrlit unnn the character of the Preaidenfs f-.reign ttppoint-' v rn. iae latest cane ith;itol n Lonaul loa ('ernian biate, who awindh d a widow lady out of J1 Jitr money, and left the country. TEttBIatLB ( ITASTHOPIIi:: I. K. COLLINS Bl'RNRn. 18 MVM LOST. TttBist Orntt. Dktiiot Oct. tltli The Stenmer h. K. Co lint, from il-.e Saul tor ,i i, .i, t,i . n- t m i i i f. . . i.i.i. (,one her work nobly. Bingham t majority in Cleveland, left this city last Burnt between 10 . , and 1 1 o'clock. About midnight the boat wat the county be ner ,'200- In th cit7 of dixeoveied to be on fire when a little bow Steqbenville, Ins majority over Stuart it 870 Maiden, near the light liousn at the mouth of , Two years ago Stuart's majority wat 60. Har ih nvtr Q.furu in boat could be gotyiiore ri,on n)l hearj from et but if pregumed ba, she wut comt-lt'lely evvloped in namea and , ... . . . , .... twenty three , ursons perished either in the De fot ,redom' S' L,,"e C"rroU flames or the water. has not slept upon her arms this year. She The Collins took fire on her boiler deek, and givea majority for Bingham. The whole to rapm wat tue aoread ol the uaraee that Hie paseengeri apd prcw, who had mostly retired, vr rr. unable Id save anything except a lew ar ticle of clothing. She look fire ip the Bay, abui a quartpr of a mile below M tlden and nearly abreast of tho UrU house. ;!,! wiis imntwdiately headed for liore, bui was uiiiibh to reach thallow water bifoie the (lmiitH hud complete potsc-eaton or lur. Ibe nTttrpar' ol ihi! boat swur.ij rotted into the river and nenrly nll on boatJ were driven to that put of the bi.at and were obliged to lump into the rivi-r The current hre sets oui very strongly into the lake, and bad it tint bee try, nearly all would inevitably have hem i 1 1 ft i,l I ii Tl ; ft I p I . fl tw i . " n! ! til'nn drowned. Seeing tbe light, he hastened to the rpoi, ana uau ins Loats an reauy to let go. as toon aa thc vicinity wat reached this v. n . ' and mot nil who were anved were picked up by him. nfew only reaching the shore, f'ome were nearly exhausted. Everything that could be done to relievo the tulirn rt wat done by the crew of the Finlry, who acted nobly. Some wretch in thc tumult stole 980 from a tick n.an who had been at work at the S iut, hni1. which constituted hit earnings. A purse of 980 wat made up tor him. The Collins came out last October, and cost 9106 000, and wnt insured for only V13,6U0i in the Mercantile Mutual, New York, 16,000 in j the A;la, New York, and 93,000 in the North W enter. New York. She was owned by Capt. E.B.Ward. FjjiurLAa Will. "My body shall be put ti on the oak table in my coffin in the brown room, and fitly lrithmrn rIihII lieinvned to my . , . iii , . '.1 tv ike, and every one thall have two qunrtj of 'hu best arju.i vitm, and each n akem-ilirk or inife laid before him ; and, when the liquor ia tint, nail up my coffin, and commit mo to earth, whence I came. Thit is my will. Witnett my hand, this 3d of March. 1764. John Lanoicv." fviroc of J,mr,ly s fronds asked him why ). would be ul auoh charge to treat the Irish at hit funeral a people whom he never loved. why for that reason." replied Langley, "for ib' y will get to drunk at my wake, that they will kill on another, and we thall get rid of nv of the breed ; and if every one would follow my example in their wills, ia lime we hould get rid of them all." Sometiiiio aoovt 8our--An incorrect, in i Icgant, and uncallrd for manner of using tho void tonic, it becoming- common Instead of 'Mjiig lha; a man it woith about fifty thousand tl'dlars, tome of our newspaper t.-.y ; "He left an state of torac fifty thousand dollars ;" and, in whe mennf r, wo'rrad nf "a young latly of few twenty yeara of aga ," " n frm of tome he hundred acres ;" and "a CelJ of tome threu tl obaanti pumpkins " The sooner this pSra eolagy it abandoned, the better. The Ntny tk Tribune furnishes twte five ur six exam- p'e o( it daily .Mtarre. A llrtu-'-The Rleubenville Herald &f the : b nil . lays : Jn rxcavming on the ground upon which '.he Kbrkng' Mill i to be ereoted. on yesterday, the foikmcn dug up several human skeletons, i.lirjoi eomp lete. They were substantially en-,-tsc4 in rough atones at tha strict and over to i..p -t vidently relict of tke aborigine who for jih tly inhnbited thit section of the western i i.uiitiy. In ull probabllitv tome o.f lhe fulluw nnofth" noteil Indian Chief, Lngun, whme tfL';an, ttood upon the lands pow owned I'V Mt p. Putter, about two mlUt below this -iiy. New Kit-no --Ib Mew York there hat ap peared a new faahiup for halt amoni;st it up per ten. The gentlemen's beavers thit fall liHvelite bnmt eel undcroeatb vl it It white fur i -Kyi of bUek. TN affect is very startling, lur il A'iyt "it'll tl o idea, that rvt-ry ninn yi'U p,e.'tht riiju r been bora with lint white locks, u; h.u grown prematorely gray 4't '''atl8trlt: ;tirs !" itljt tfmrothfm press. i v - tuipp m m- - OOT, kwtflaa. 1 f By value of authority, w point t.-iw Cat C ,r tiii'jo.itel aicuta to Miaeit saotcupiioiis aim llt'rliMlif.it. K ir.l iLtfircard; 1 tnw Tvro; aiMUVJ avuthly, at $7 S .oth third St., i bolow C mm it. tt l't 4 Ve , PbUdelphia. where a lrru nfau reocirrj tiid forwardrd to til Um testes?) rtMtr i 1 1 met andCVudts. GLORIOUS NEWS OHIO FOR FREEDOM I t0T m m 10,000 MAJORITY!!! The Sovereign! of Ohio, on Tuesday last, SDckc out for Freedom in thunder voice that has no donbt made the Adminittration of Pierce , Douglass, A Co., to quail. Not one Nebraaka, Piercei.e Congressman elected, ao far a. beard k, .a i:l.i .u.. .u.. 1 . I Vlll. lb 19 UUt IWCIT kill. UIUIC IUAU kWU, or at farthest three, out of the twenty one, are chosen. This is a trloriotia triumnh Wlinro it th. strength of the Adminittration in Ohio? I I JB Aw-3t CARROLLTON OHIO: rhnr.-Tijf, del, lfl, IS44 Kcbo antwert where. Olds, one of ,h,,F''J'' D 0 0 8, who voted for the iniquitous meas- urc, it beaten by Galloway in the Franklin Dia- trict, by about 2,000 majority. In Cincinnati Hie iMt Draaka men are badly beaten; Majon- of the Republican ticket, rapgt betwetn 6 ana o.uun. Aim wnen wtoolt attne results near home, laipBijar appearances present themtelve. In Tutcarawat the whole ticket ia elected- Sapp't niRjority for Congress in the district- is about ' 9.0O0. In Stark the whole ticket it alto elect- 4, Leittr's majority, in tbe dieUict, 4,000. Old Columbiana has done gloriously. Tbe l 1 il . I ... I ,. ., U .1 .- I I. l . f ...I "'jaoMseieeteu uy ooui iow. Ai fur as heard frotn JntTerBpn b as donn hpr county ticket except two, elected with We majorities. Bin ;h mi's m tjority in the district i 1 not bo .'ss llinn 4,000. Shout aloud ye ftvor'd friendt of free- dom. Jutt think ol it From 30 to 40,000 gajutt thc Administration in Ohio P. S. Just as we were going to press wo 1 nceived information from Harrison Majori- ties ua follows: Sean 667, Blickentderfer T03, I'. ii,' I..; in 82 1. Mott of tho county ticket m very wrongly into ,,tcteJ by Urg0 mn-l)rnt9. The "carriage Candidate for Congress, has in -littla Owr t!tfo!vSn iia1', must hav been lhm a. well a. in "11" M2 majority or hit South Carolina OarrolItOB. What any you Mr. Argus of the , Comp.iniou? The nesl egg mutt have hatched VMVgoon, II,i'Ili,if tf Id Milt in I'nrroll. We have delayed our paper that wej might furnish our renders with ibe correct vote of lhe ' county, which we give below. We will pub lish an official abbtract next week. ; .: ! " Juilge, Jna. H. Swan, 8. V. Nonis, Swaii't miijoiltj, Dasrd of Pub. Woiks, .1. nnckonsdrrfer, A. I'. Uiller, 1Aii 974 ' 6fl0 itst 974 Dlickensdei fcr'a nmjuiltj, 614 Congress, Jba A. n;nt;liuin, Amlruw Mu. ul, 1781 S6 MrtghtaA miy riir, m , . , . , - , 1 lObaVi JuJgi", J hn II, Tnpp. a W Moris! 1 ' a a i Tiipp's majority, C!rk of Com I, Ooo. f K'Tieily, A. L. Liltell, Kenedy's ninjeiity, 17 7 aas vat Corontr, Jnlin W. Young, 1740 8V0 f. Ctuuirlnr, Yoang's mnjurity, Cogimi.4sionei, John I'tlnitr, W ilium Walters, Waltci a oisartty, Jlurveyor, Win. Mthilly, Jos. 0. iutljj, W Cully't majority, Director of Inflrniir, fieo. DothweH, Jontthtn Long, 8&0 igo 1089 1A74 886 778 lfO ' Long's nnjariiy, 1048 Tho Peop'es Auli Nebraska Tickethas made a clean sweep, with the exception of two officers the Commistioner and the infirmary Director, which the Administration party haa secured. We urc aorry to see two of the Peoples ticket nus taoriucedout a third party seejus to be in our midst, who cast their vote for thoe two . uthVcn, on the Nebraska ticket. Mr. o m pan to ii. ItM. At our pt igiibcrs of the Companion hate. from their infnnty.heen taught in tpa tcript4jrtt. we asa mem to apply me following, which we clip from an exchange, w Then gather ed the Cliief Prieate and the Pharisees in Coun cil, and said, what do we, for this man doelh many miraelj I II wc let him thus alone, al) men will believe in him, and the Rqmabi ahaU come and take away both our place and nation, And one of them named Caiaphas being th High Priett that tame year said unto them "Yx Kiow Notpjno"ai all '! -John ti : 47, 48. 40n. L a" sttka' t4T Don't furgcl V. Ebertole't Vendue on tomorrow. Pargaintmay be had go one go ull. WW e IHHtt Like. II' I . 1.1 - l - I .Li i . . ie uw om iwf iy wk mat our.BMiuiuatja - ir (.'ommiasior.rr and Infirmary Director arfj tjilcatea ; out it seen Store it nopt'p for for waa mere nnti..m nelp tor the ro i the aid-Nebraska pertyT Foe it eemt we bar ) third party in our midtt, that waa driven on to , (ha Anu Nebraska ticket hy the eottie of the -vtuwivuv VUUIAUIUU, " C Hill LJ yi mf BBUiUf Ul VI "V W . IVWWVH, WW. caoae we believe the facta warrant it, If tbt- The ieadiag article ia ike f rat of a aeriea on "Know iVcthingt," or whatever elec ihey are, . Oounl Stedingk, aa ilUwiriotit Swede, wkodia hold the doetrinet that they are reputed to hold, , tiuguithed himaell' ia the war of ear Heroin they eoaldnot rote fonither of theae caadidatea uqb. The tacocediag artirUw are not teat in of oars, or eUe they would bare toted our entire ( teraetiag, and atw tjrWrnlattd to entertain the "n.nn..i;. c...:... " u- t . t. :. i ticket, Could we hare foreseen at much at we now know, wc could not hare willingly permit ted tboee two, good men, to have been sacrificed We tare the tatinfaciion of knowing that the Whiga and Freetoilert united, and fought va lien tly for the Ami Nebraska ticket- Bat the third party which of course it composed of ma teiiala from the Democrat dt Anti Nebrwtha parliea decided the isaue. rttrmll otiiitt Patlr. Farmera, Mechanica and other, rememher that l" rro" ,M mu P'n 00 lBe Tfc Fr QT0Uad M U" W4 lhe occasion-enlarged and improved from laat rear . Turn oat to the frair Utme oae ,"r. ; " " SS r exhibition. Fine premium! are offerwa.for ull I Iw. in nnntnllnn tir lha mM - We will .peak of them more : i : a Kior .t)tbi)ff ConventtOB). Tho New York Timet givea the proceedings of th a New York Siate Know Nothing (lonven- ;tion from whicll -e learn that the following pertons wrre put ip nomination. Governor, Daniel Ullmsn, of New York city ; Lieutenant' Governor. 0. A. S. Scriunrs. of Erie county ,. . . -r, . . 1 c Committioper, Jotiah g. Williams, of Ilhica 6laU) iflt0Tl ingp , J. p. Saunders, of n'etl Chester. The jimes says : That those interested in lhe resuit of ti,e election may have a basis for - .tinminir the influence which tho nominations . w . 0f t,e Grand touncil may have, t may be at well to atate that during the session of the Council, the Delegates were called upon to ttate how manv members were enrolled in their retpeclive Councilt. 7hu hgurtt thus obtain ed showed a total of a few less than 66,000 members. Some of the Councils were largely estimated, and making allowance for auch er rors of judgment, the total fas deci eased to 60,000." A despatch from Ilhica dated October dth Buys : The pro-.ecdingt of the Knw Nothing con vention a rcDiiduted here, and anoiln r Sate convention it to be held by those opposed to itt dictation. IUO UBil Will UO iooilu ill n iv w dayt. All I Well ! t John A. B'ngham.the Peoples' Anti Nebraa- opponent I ! Shine on, ye start, and rejoice in the "good time coming." What has pckk it ? This is the question, from the lips of all enquiring friends. We antwer. the Companion Oh 1 for another paper of such vast dimer. tions, in "little Carroll," and there would not be a "greasy spot" left of the Administration party ;not even petty Pott Master, to interfere 1 with thc bltutti piiviiffe of American cilitent. Shout it ulong the line, "hail Columbia happy land.' Coming to It at last. 'A Looker On" gives the following as be- inir the Resolutions passed at a Democratic awai :ii. .u. c,k I "Resolved, That we in all lime to come will Ill I'tllllg tK U "I" fun lUt ! support no party to power or man to that has violated the rights of ibe North, and trampled the form ol freedom beneatu ins leet. That we demand the reinstatement of the Mis souri Compromise over all territories, That we demon 1 the repeal of the Fugitive Slav Law of 186'J. No more Slave territory, a total di vorce from the (ieneral Governmeut, from all participation in, or shielding the s ystem of sla i very either directly or indirectly j Resolved, Thai we have no confidence ia the Prent Administration, because the Executive I nnwnr ia nanderinv tn snbvurt tho tm nrinni. pies of human rights, and influence brought I ' i , . - f "w. i ,l. i.i .i,: . . i ..T- iu ucai uii m in" lunauiH iiunci i itttOU that are mean coDtempUble. and degrading to, me peop e anu .lauon. v v . . . nsnuivvu, . mi sue unaaeiai administration of ibe General and State viov jernment and denounce the ten million appro priation Dili. Almost every mail brings us tidings of this. kind. The Pierce Adminittration bat brouirhl ""1 upon itself a withering curte. The foul stench of itt iniquities have become offensive, eveq.to it allies; and they (the honest ones are throw ing off the shackles of party, and are pioclaim ing to the world, "and the rest of mankind" th demagogueitm of Pierce, Douglass A Co, The returntof the 10th, thow that this i abroad in the land. Prrt A Fat Ornoa To be a Qoi .pcr of New York is an office worth having. The number of inquests held in that city, from the uf July to the 30th of September; wa 841 . The average lee for eaoh ' ease" is $6,60. t. t.:. ......(. .. re .v: rt! ...... u -ui wUU.J iu wviivu.i .mp mu ..tr,,. .Kim.I . d,m,R..rl y pay, in a whole year, the coat of blacking the olricers boots, for a quarter. Fortunately, we are a very quiet people ; and our Sheriff, seldom d. apd never ran away. , , 1 tW In Indiana freedoa has ft iendt. The rcturnt show remarkable changes, opposed to . Sl'vetJ. Slavery extension, anddesuiteun. tho Administration apd in favor of freedom. ILa ' ' - ? rr - The Adminiatratioii received a desstb wound- K,Bifhj ,the wfti)'on Dtstrtct, ... . ... v o . ,.v it ur .ipa it elected to Congret. ui.i for old a stab to the hearten lhe State "North West ..KevatoIw... So ftr Sa heard fro, she has rtf the Ohio," on Ut Tuesdty. jdowell. i All corrrtpondintt are rc(u.rtd Ui g '' Uk proper jiajrs, to atrare then Oemaneoi - At,... . in our paper, "vajaonomy" aauoa when tkit it vaipliee - fV j". u w)a Re Wttao know from Jioe pen the Correspondent keep thit rule ia tmud Purpia for October ia on our table, and it a ' fair numbr r It oawtaint an excellent portrait . . v .i i.rt... n.;j i " reader. Goner for October baa tjeeo received. It ia a kftgaxiae inferior to none of its clast, ever published: and ia universally, popular with the ladiea - Itt cngravingt are richly worth the money paid for the Magaaine. All who d aire the ' fatbiona," tend lot Qod. BiAcawoop't Moazib ; The Septembex number of thie periodical it at hand, 0 on ten la The Holy Land; Bellerophan; The Coming fortuft of our Cokmiei in the Pacitc; Spec- ulatioaa among the Start; Mrt. Stowe't Sunny Memories; The Cryttal Palace; The Secret of Stoke Manor, part IV; The Spanish Revolu- B.-.u.kl.cl,, k Toaarit SAlt A- Co., N Y- Pri0 . p y- ' jar Our mercbanta bave been East, and t aortly, nice Ooodt will be making their appear - aae. Coat to Carrnllton if rot chiap Goodt. vjsh to buy tW Ha, all ye barefooted, go to Ilelfrich i Lemnerfa Boot and Shoe warercom.on Lisbon itreet M& hg?e Tour Hnderttandinj clothed. The- nt(Te booUi Shoes. 81ippers, Ac, of all desciiptiopt, for sale ' " . See Advertisement in another column. olumbluaa Comity Fnir. We were unable to attend the Fair of the Columbiana County Agricultural Society held i at New Lisbon, on the 27lh, 28th and 20i ult. , but we understand it was well attended and rather auir exhibition of Stock, d)c, Fe- j male Equestrianism vat a prominent part of tbe Fair We elip the following from the Mucieyt, of the 6th, which gives a summary of lhe "Har vest Home." "Columbiana County Agricultural Fair held iU annual exhibition on Wednesday, Thursday ' and Friday of last week, in this place. Th ' tj-eather was good, and w have never eeen tuch a vatt concourte of people at any public gathering in New Lisbon before. Thit shows what a deep interest is felt in our arts, manu- i tactures ana agriculture. we eoromena u, 1 for it is one of tbe mast cheering tigat of the i limes. There wat a splendid apd valuable display of horaes apd colts . and we never saw finer bulls, oxen, calves lives, cowa, and sheep. fruita, flowers, Ae , were Fipe specimens of preseni, and the manife.t improvement over lenUm fc aD imm()iiM atUck 08 So other exhibiuont, under the circumstances shows the interest which our farmers feel in j 'opol. such demonstrations. Every description of) A dispatch daled Varna 23d says.from Itus mechanics' work, showed much artistic skill. sian sources it has been ascertained that the The female equestrianiam wa a rich and ex- d..i.- aia fti nnnn th Uniting nf thn sJL ouintr feature in the festivities. Mis Laura w nB a t k t ukJZ ii, .j,. e,r.t Wilhard, of New Lisbon, took the first pxemi-, um,--the blooded mare 'Fancy.' valued at 9400. Miss Mary Wiles, of New Lisbon, took the second premium, a Gold Watch, valued . at SsfiO. Miss Richards of Youngstown. diew the third, aft engraving valued at 920. Mitt Hanns, of New Li.bon, drew the fourth,-an , engravipg worth 910." I Ik i.i.s-kp Judge Jewett.of Steuhenville, has tendered hit resignation to Gov. Medill. He has been chosento the Vice Presidency of the 8 I. R. R. at 93,000 a year. It it reported that Mr. Peppard of Cadis, will receive the appointment of Judge tn his tie ad. Found Two Watch Seals, formerly belong ing to Ocn. Washington. They were lately ! ploughed up almost at the same Urn, the one a gold seal, was lost by hid nephew, in Virginia bout seventeen year ago ; and th other, a silver one, wa lost by himself at the tcenc of Braddock's defeat, ilewat wont to wear them both together, until he lost the silver one Roth bear his initial. TKItltlBLi: CASUALTY S 1 SAD CATASTROPHE I Hailroad AociAcBt- On the niirhtof the 10th inat., the locomotive J , r. ' r . f . . and Z, . . . . .t r. T. down an embankment at the crostinir of the ; ijiouri Compromise Line, The train wept lownon the south side, where after beinu brok en into fragment, it sunk in the watera of Salt River. It is reported that the locomotive was thrown off by about 140 piggcrs being on the track til .V. 1.1 . 1. -L I M lit All the blame i charged upon Mr. I ierce, tbe engineer, and Mr. Douglas, th conductor. The people have become so indignant at th recklessness of the Company that they have tore up the tra-k through several Slates, and determined to demolish the entire line in every State. A new line being built under the djien lion and control of the people. The Indiana part of the road will he completed on the 2d I uesday of October, il is reported that Ohio will complete her part of the hue on the name day. 'In people s line wili be under the di- itciion of Republican, Mr. Companion have you any Stock in this new line f Sham tell in Carrol! at advanced rat Th is on the rise here. They sell JOT On hut Tuesday a committee of four i hundred liberal Germans attended the different ,he whoe Anli Nebraaka ,,ck,t. i Tht class behaved like Republicans and p itri ol, and voted openly and unitedly aaainst olii K.N M W a. d I ARflfL 01 UR CAMADA rW Oct Tie steam Csda Iront Liverpool fur port, ha armed. Ik Aili landed unopposed proceeding to attack Savaatoaol. There are rwmort of the C tar t capit No newt of the Arctic. The Canuda arrived early tilt u.oruin, with Liverpool dates to ttd. The iteamer Pctael pur into the Clyde dam- It it officially announced by the French and Rngliih government that oa the 1 4th, 68.000 men landed without opposition at Eupatoria and immediately maiahtd oa Saveetopol. The transpotU returned to Varna for 14,000 more Frenchmen. The Ruaaian fleet had again run into Savaa topol, and part oi lha alknd teat arrived of Va. It ia stated from Conataatawaple, but yet uo- confirmed, that the Ciir at the laat moment assented to termt, and a ateamer waa dtapalaksrl to postpone the laadiag but at laat account had not reached the fleet. It ia reported that the batteriri of Odessa are again bombarded. Ruapa and Kersch closely blockaded. The evacuation of Moldavia w now plete. Ouyon it recalled from Asia. Oreeee makes submission to the Porte, and 0jrert R treaiy of commerce. The rnplure with Persia it officially contra-1 J I J,rt',d- npttnisn anairt are uncnangi u Thc Belgian ministerial critia it over, and the ministers remain. t : i k....i.i..r. i all articles are buoyant. The Brokers' Board report 3 op four, 4d on wheat, and Is aSa on all description of corn. The supply is light, Richardaon A Brother's quotation are, white wheat 9s Gda 10s, Canadian. 9ia9s 04, , red 8s, 9da9s. Western Canal flour 29s 6da30s; Extra 30s Gda34s; Philadelphia and Baltimore 24a 6da 38s 6d IndianCorn White and yellow 34saS7a. American Stocks A fair busines doing. Baring A Brother' report London market dull. The Canada had one hundred and thirty P ' . On tbe 2 Itt she spoke off Arnieshed to the steamer Europe, bound for Liverpool. The Steamer Asia arrived al Liverpool on the 17th. The instruction issued to the troops at Yar- na at the moment of their departure bad been published, and displayed evidence of the most minute care and forethought, and indicate in- ... ... . .to I'M because their entire force in tbe Crimea ..... . CT "a 34,000 mcp besides the garrison at Sevas- topol. The Russians have 305 men and 48 guns on lK lltlii,,lta frnm a, nr;m.. s.VA,,nnnl .nA lajJljui ij'ti .t. . , thel height, to. the utmoat. The llle, march on Sevastopol" via Symperpool.- The first encounter wat anticipated about the $ st or 22d,unlese the Russian advanced from their position to meet the allies. , Ship with troops were off the fortreu of Kimbern and the Island of Tenbria. Odessa, doubtless with fhe view of intercepting Russian reinforcements. The English are said to have captured a Russian Express Steamer with important des patches from Sevastopol. Vienna The Tremuded Bladt states that on th9 ,4ln aIl the ltrand batteriea recently er ected at Odessa, ere destroyed by part of the allicd fleeti on the 12lh A powder magazine had exploded at Pote- " op. There is said to be great lots of life on tbe part of Russians. A number of vessels of the allies were also damaged. St PT8BrjRQ, 14. A number of regiment have been inspected by tbe Emperor and have left to join in tbe campaign in th south. Constabofli, IT. Whilst the embareation was proceeding at Yarna an English vessel upset two gun boatt, and two live were lost. The King refused, declaring that he would lea ?e his capital. The cholera is abating at Madrid- The English officer have been sent to Kara. Prince Napolean has ten t 125 musket to Sthamyl. Perei is threatened by the Turkamons, who have taken the fortress of Moro and Meschid. The Grand Duke Constantino was expected at Simperpol, The cholera waa abating at London. The Emperor of the French il it rumored, is to visit England. A most diabolical outrage has been perpe trated in Ireland. About 900 inhabitants of Eoi.ikUen and neighborhood, inoluding the Earl of Enniskillen, proceeded to Berry oa the loth, by railroad, and had a grand Pro testant and Orange celebration. As they were returning, m trains came in con taut wun a large fragment of rock , pieced upon the vails, near an embankment, throwing th tram off lhe rail, instantly killing the stockr, and wounding numerous other, including th Earl. It is stated to hart boon a deeply laid Pattis. conspi racy, and suspicion of it wat entertained before to un usual precautious vtrs taken, and the train wat going at a vary stow rate othemisc, the lust of life would have bean frightful. I)Mft Thursday. IB, ar. in m. ipt of ttspaafae. Ai: th board tbe DaatMWelliAgtoa OBtladt art not be attacked MaiL Fnech AdsMfaUaad flee I arnksd for France on Monday. Tbe Autterliu got on Rchamyl rocks; ibe threw of 1 1 gum and got off again, Maputo, 17. All the Electoral Committee of Madrid have adopted tke programme of th Liberate. I urtber by I be latuntla. Koasath ha informed th Goaasaittee who invited him to vitit Newcastle, that he wil' await the result of the attack on Sevastopol, before again addrwaaing the public. Mr. Buchanan has been staying a few days at Manchester on a private visite to M Stall, of the firm of Croftt k Stell, Madrid continue ,twaV t; , 1 1 I i l'oaloge Heatiij. There ia tome agitation of the public mind upon tbe pottage topic, which may increase, gather ttrengtb, and in time terminate in a re form. The writer of tbit article i ao advocate of penny pottage, and bases hit opinion of its pol icy upon the proposition, the truth of which is confidently submitted to tbe judgment of tho reader; 1. Th Post Office Department may be re modeled so a to curtail the preaent enormous expense, and confine it within a reasonable turn. i.ri-i .Ml ii ir .-M. I,, j 7 Iitiii n I j liv ntukinir vnrv - . 3 . , , , , ., Athril anrl ftttfli'hw 1.pIitp biwI thus ylm lv accountable to the people. 8. An increased business would result from, so material a reduction in rutit, without any corresponding increase in thc machinery of the department, by which increased butinesa the postal income would be made sufficient to meet all exigencies. 3. If the above are incorrect, retrenchment in expenditures for useless and nugatory ends, may be mad ; instance: a good round sum. may be squeeaed out of those sponges of tho Treasury, the Army atw! Nr.vy, and another good round sum saved from the profligacy of speculators in offices, Ac, by a vigilant admin istration, and the public thus supplied with their correspondence at penny rates, without any additio pal d raught upon their pockets. In abort, to condense all the above into a single postulate: fW The reform can be consummated, jf-f WUVBB THXBI 1 A WILL TflSBB IB A WAY. Cynosure: JtW A 'Universal Jubilee,' so called, is to, be proclaimed by the Holy See for November next. According to the official journal at l'ouue. it opject is to obtain: 1st. Peace between all Christian Princes. 2d. To appease the spirit of revolt and sedi tion. 3d. The removal of the scourges of cholera and famine. 4th. To invoke the light of the Rolv Spirit on thc Holy Father, in the decision of the dog ma oi tne immaculate conception, An Encyclical Letter has been issued, dated August 1st, convoking at Rome all the Bishop of the C hurch, to aid in the docision of this last point of faith. KiKSit Emigration and Proohsss The St. Louis nttlliqencer ptyt : We are Informed that tbe " Emi grant Aid Association" of New England about whictt to much has been said In the papers have purchase! the principal hotel id the town of Kansas, Jackxun ooan ty, Musonit, at a cost of $10,000, and th-tt they Uv also bought other property in Kansas needed in their colonizing operations. We learn that the " Astvtia tion" are opening tn Important road from Kansas for out Weat, bridging stresms tt the cost of hundreds of dol lars, and doing much valuable work toward improving th territory of Kansas. I is also stated to us that tha Missouri town of Kansas it deriving groat benefit from, tuft trade and, labor of the industrious New A'nglaud emi grants. Slyrlffs gnle. Mary Ann Heston j Pursuant to an order of ShUi vt V in I'ai ti.ion, to me directed in Sneline Heston tt. ate. y thit case; itsu ed from the Court of common Pleas of Carroll county, Ohio, I will offer for salt at public outcry at the door of tht court house in the town of Osrrollton, on Saturday thc Eigh teenth day of iVovembor aett,;tbe following real estate, situate In tbt county of Carroll and Mate of Ohio sod Ot. scribed as follows: The west hslf of tho north cast quar ter of section twenty nine, Towuship fourteen, of Haneo four, containing about eighty apre of land. A ho, tie ratthalf of the north ett quarter of section twenty nine, Township fourteen, of A'ange four, containing about eighty toret. Said premises sre appraised at t2,7rjO, and will ba told subject to the Dower Estate ol I.enna Oris', (former ly widow ol John Reston, deceased ) Ternv: one thin) cash, and the remainder in two eqil annual ptynivwtK, with interest from dsv of sgle, lo tie nccurtd. JOHN H. 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