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TtlPP 4 McCOT, r 1 OHIO: CARROLLTON. if. Taartdar, ------- ajar. , 1864 B, a.' ..(toil. wpei.lBrasrs Ca.s. C ! KZZLm 4ana. WikJrvd: T Trro; Bjktbel .Mainly, South-ihirj 8t, baktw Caa-,.tCaa.4 Qs's, IVlsMlahia, -bar, -i . A 4 Itailtfjamal 444 - la aU tka gotpajafuaU. Ui tb Ci4td8uus and Canada.. TUB FAJaV The weather daring tbe Fair wat fine, and I rery thing for an exwllent di.pl.y wa. Ipropi- ti.J. Lat taipgio the drcah. tie eihEa ... f'.r .hr' ie! m.n Brtip0l'ra to what it i n in in nrrnin in I fti nil iu l . ft ft . ft woaia naraj seen, naa uie eeaaon oecn omtr- wim. flotwiiu.iancing, tneexhioiuoa of aloe i wa. good- bef.er, we intak. than lat year: Uaitl. aheep and hone Were the principal u mill ft ft i, i .ft-u. ft u c ftft iftji ft ui li 3 r wfti . . i. . - u . . , . a tl. .i.-i r w. . . . . . rood-mudi better than we expected under the a T7 r crcumstance. Tbe dl.play of poultry wa aifO gO0'. 1 be floral Mall W Well filled. The elegance with which the 1111 were fitted tp. added tich lo the appearance of thing.. i u. .. u .i j , , 1 hrough il.r fcood tatle aad extra extrtiona of theSuper.nitnJ. nl of the Fair Ground. Mr. Ken ed), every ihitig was tet form in it moat aunictire atyle. ipe rich diiDlar of ihe han. diworn of theU'ies was a treat to any one 1 - .1,.. i..... .i t. J. i: fcw .i ft i ii c mwuvii ui 1 1 1 1 1 j uchww hand.. The .pkndid qtlllt.. coverlet., counter . " . - . . pan, ottoman covtra, bonnet., artificial ftu.1 and flowers, paintings, dec: ac, wa enough to .r . ' . . .. w educt from the tiardie.t miaouannsi, feelmea ol n-- e...-. -r-...:.;. a rare tiirht. The Eque.triniam and Driving was tolrrv blr food. There were fi entriut for L idles' Euue.irianiam and 2 for Mi.a'. Ladiee driving. ea,t 23,267 oU. no doubt Intended for Wm . . . T .""11. V 1 1 al ;. 3 entries Uentlemtn a fcque.tii mism, 6 entries. Tte fo.loainj premiums were awurded them. Ladit-t' Kquerttianitm 1st premium to Mrs. 0. F Keneoy, Carrollton; 2nd premium to Mr. 3a. Patton, ol tbe Pmion Hiuae, Carrollion, 3rd prem.u..;, ili-.s Darratt oaion, S de-n, Ohio; and the 4th pre ml am to Mu. M. C. lin rp- r ol Peirytvl'lc, C'airoll Co. Mini fcques'ri.iniara 1st premium, Mia. Ann ArbueVe Carrollton: 2ad premium. Mis. Mia. soiri Kenedy do. LadieVDiivine -l.t nrriniiim Mia P H Pmn well, Salem, Ohio; 2nd premium, Mn David Pool, Oirrolltoa: 3rd premium, Mra Jacob Ilewit of Washington Tp Carroll Co. Gentlemen's Eque.triaoism-l.t premium, Mr. V. II. Cornwell. Salem. Ohio: 2nd rjrttmium. air. Ja. Patton of the Patton House, Carrollion; 3rd premium Mr. Geo. McGufre. Meubeoville, Ohio. The trotting match come off in the even ing of the Sid day. "There wer three entriet. Jufan Kit hard owned by Dr Gatlirie of J.f. firron, Hnrriaon To. A, G. Sit ronton' Morgan Colt, of Jtffersf n Co and f S Buckius' stul. lion of Tuscarawas Co- The contest was splendid. Tin: purse wa taken by Dr. Guthri. The lime made was not handed to u lul probably will appear in the official n port, th foot racing and jumping did not bobs oil, ai tLtre Btll 44 entiits. The nttrtidunce at the fair was lest 44B heretofore, no doubt owing lo the state of health in the country and other catuis com bined. The receipts nt the gate were leaa tlx n tbe cost of enctinj Ihe tneloauie and oilier attendenl expenses, lo thatto the Superintend!!', Mr- Kenedy, it waa t sinking connrn. The premium list will De ready for pulia ¬ tion, probably by next week On the necond and third days of Ihe fiiir the young lire engine company, Hope, paraded which added much to the OOtaaion. Th-y hud llnir Kngine finely deeotated. Those Indies who lent their nid in preparation of ilie wreath have 'the company' grateful thanks, at well as ours. - The whole paied off to the satis ftc'.ion of all so far a we know. It r.eed but a Casual observation to appre ciate the advantage of An agricultural Fair. Compare the stock of tin; county now wi li wlint it wns bifcre the exi-tance of lite Agricul tural Society and the difference it manifest. Let the chief nltention he turned lo 'hie de. partmrnt und the project will most assuredly j.,ay, Tiik fiiiRtsTiAS Diadxm for September aau Oafoher rame.lo hand n few days ago. We were pleased to renew our acquaintance with klii '!.lu ' It monthly, lia reading i of a moral and reljjious at tire, entirely free frooi seeta riar.ii ir-. W vuuM le ftuch pleatrd Whitvt a club of ft, fl or 10 subscribe for the Diadtm. Terms only one dollar a year. 8:tcimen numbers can bo teen at this office. Send th9 your nam 't ur.d aecu re a good periodical to read durinjthe winter evening which are np protchiog. Our readers are referred to tba Adrer. t ermtulof Uilion d Morgan, D.tguerfean Ar tist. Good time to get pictures now. in Carrollion1 three eitabliihmcnta. There is Gould - iii. "Patton House." Ci.lton A Motuanam t uoiicoquare. near tne M.oger Mouse, and anotlernenr ,l,t -Irdi.tn Queen Hou e. hi don't know their namc-haven't heard vt . .... . - - G.iKt Again Mr. Jonathan Butler left this;hv plaet for California, on yesterday morning. He spent several years in the land of Oph'u1 camo btck last sunimer for the girl he "left be hini'' h'm, and has taken ber with him this lir-e. Here' good luck to you--J n't, and Lady. Ubiixd States Mabazibb published by J M Emerson A Company, Spruce street New Voik, tb 15.li of every month Th Orttohi.r nnm.!i1,0Vmr''T; Iw Jersey. November 7 ber of this Magasin ba ben rsoeued. Jt eoouin 31 well aelscted articles, and tbe Edi tors Able i wtll replenished. ' Thi Marja- ... . 14. ".s.l a it k . . i . -1 . O ..... .. ---- v rw-.......u pu. trans oi diitiagaisbed tndtvidu .lt.and contatoa blograph-, icsllketehes of the same. The number before ua cooiain a tin portrait of Christopher Co- ombui, also one of Sebastian Cabal, beside ' aarara! othar beautiful entrrtvinir. ! - - - - - - mm , W Terms r 1 pr year, tiagl. copies JO cla I'osUge on tba Mag .sine II els. a rear. tOT Bina-bam't majority ia Cohmbiana eo . 16VS instead of 1600. aa rep rest n' d In tmr last Our first mfortaation was wrong. , IBIorlBwn wro?K- - 'Jo It goofl it -o oe great. ' prim In oar Im Wc!nt of memr r. etVrt- 4 to Coogreewla Old liniuti, .sraHBtesspLo- .lOOf . nnd'tki. d mji7 ri'olioch fJOvvernor. The official vote OB the Mail, set , follow: Poikx-fc o4 008. Wfler ift.OOl; PoNMk't majority 97,007. For I'saei Cassarittioaer. Wdu. TDera 1 274.014. I)ri. fW W.MI. For Supreme Court Judge, Hack ( Dt-m )!u7. MO. Baird (K. J.) Iftf.qB. 8.;f (W.) 73 571. The Lcgi.lature stasia a. ftHows: Sanalr. Dcm.. 17. Wkia Md Natavea 14 : ' . - Hou.e, W'higt, Native, and Free Soiktr. 67 Independent, .loti-Nstratka aad K. N If ra ,'ocrats II; Puree democrat 25. Majority against the Administration on joint ballot- 49 O ft- . ft I -T . - w BOnhIior:Bni ".'- ( ' " 8 ? ' P ' Cooper. .!h.eTot 08 btory law aa.; for ... .. , .... 158.34, ; aiin.i 163.510: aaniotitT airaiaai ft 6H .w. vu.; u- vukcu u poiuid iruut ate con - .how. of are Ad- ec ted br , L.nir. Ll "n'ormatioo from the H oair Stale u,u" ur" ryporw- wmciai rnom. tn luc eleven i unrrrsinwu iCLn I in are Ad. . . , - -- -- mini.tration men. 'jh, ae iwo are elected by ,w. fn : : .t. . '"""''"'it "Hjonurs; in me i oninci -. u m-juiivT. uu u vue .uu Wni- tngliah ha. 686 tuHjnty. ; 1 he ottc'"' tor UP follow. IO"owe Sec'y of Stat. E. B. Collin 98.tM;N.Hav- " 85,636; Coilin.' maj. 12,623 Aud. of Slate, H. F. Talbot 81,812, J P. Dunn 86, iuu- ''u"i o,oj. irea.. oi oiw, Wm. H Nnfftnuvr 74 E: Nwtnn 8A J rt - , hewtoo's maj. 1 1.833. 1 J - aJ ft a3 I -a 1 AM ansa - ? X x . .-'.. A- . Hovey, 85. 357; dookina mij 11,029. o.. , i i,., ,:,.. ne n . - t,t "K- "n. v. aim; w.aai, m. u Lirr.oee. 86.835: Ui a' aa. . 14.022 1 P 1 onie unciountable miatake. 22 rountles ,"7rn " narmir voiea lorna. r. nou- Noff- inger, for 7rduur-r of State, in which were R- Noffinger, the regular nominee, which if adt'ed to bie vote, would give him a m.jorite over N-'Wton of 12,134 about the same mai. at tollms Tor Bec'y. ot fetate. But as it now Hand, the Nebraska candidate, Newlon, is XtZ?rt!K&. the State. will arerae about 12 000 In the Legitlature the Republicans hve a lurge majority on joint ballot which will Keure ln election of n Rupubhtan U. S. Senator in pluCC of i'etllt STAT-: FA III. The State Fai.-, held al Newark, Licking co., ben the people were conaiJerud at an appen commenced on the I7ih ult., and continued dge of a throne, when all power, civil, relig- four tUv. The number in attendance on the second day wa. BafJaastrd at 25.000 and on the third day at 30 000 i h nambrr of entri. . were of cattle. 269. harm, 276; entries of sheep. 176 of poultry, loB Agriculture) im- pemen .. 162 t n'ries. T, x ,h fa' lies and fine an. fa.i.ti..k k.i n. , i ... ,k st m cltas. ) 23fi MfiMlm t!i omA ntupKinatrt' nif. u'iv.ii'noia t it i ,n ,i r i li: rn s 126. MawkaafoaJ departmeaj, 61. Ceramic!' Chemical anil natural production, 23. Total li li n't tn r f if van in!. I fi I H ' t, , . , . ' i- , l- i i en 830. 1 1 tin tthiiis A l,ir-n i i f i i 1 1 ! ; 1 1. i uu .1 hi' iitUuctfcd i'ur woiiLlthi muiuv n-ci-ivni. Hn.i , o r n - winch will reduce it to nearly or quite lb SUB offered in premiums, which was U7 0U0, le-v- i. the entire iXoeiisut of the Fair to he uaid oul of the surplus lund accumulated in former ihe cobweb literati fund of learned display, we yaaas, Thv Treasurer took over hl.O'JO of iho commend ihis opportunity lo reveal their ton lui, lucky Trust Company" before the news vcrsancy with the authors. For ourselves we came that it had failed. Bad or uiicuiicni are .0 fascinated with the brilliancy of the ira tuouey waa about all the kind unit wa. offered mortal thought thai it does not concern us lor admission lee., and entries. much, who first gave utterance to it, though. Ciowd of pick-pocket, were in a tendance, certain it is. the author is worthy of the vencr A noted one, on the third day, drove a brisk ation of all generations Cynosure. tiade in stealing badges (which coat 81 each) from visitors, and selling them outside ihe gate for half price. By dealing and selling and ra stealing, he teem d 111 a fair way to nval in hit receipts the Treasurer himself. On the out-aide of the Fair Grounds were found .how. ol every description. Amougsl the mutt prominent were the bearded womn, the big man, the litlla man and the wild Mustang Uncle Tom's Uabin, the Menagerie, the (Jircu S'" "h"d' men, aud all ihe wondeitul and interesting clas o individuals in that line of business ap- parentlv reaping it ticli harvest. ti, . .1.;. ,1 ., , .1 . Iho third day was the attractive oae the 0 day on wlnct tjjo Jiatly s equt.triain.m wa j ;icilor,i,ed. 2'he crowd was packed six or eight '"tep around tbe put side railing. At t o'clock P, the arena wit entered by twelve , competitor.. tOt an hour, in full view of at! least 10,000 spectators, they atrugglud for tha wreuh of victory. v i.. . aav. ..-,.. ; .,.., I aT . . ! ' , ' ,1"a' ' ia the ' 7,1 T-l I k ii it L t i l p de'.inqnenei. here will be forthcoming to Z-ZH u Z m the day ol the Fair, owned by Dr Guthri. of Jaf ft m l04morr,)(,. VVe nolioi. a LtUa "hRrP-ned b h n the, ferson. Harrison county, made, during the run.'. .... . uT7 mii.t nmi..t tit it. iuub lit Mill kit mi l lit i nr . ..i t iit- iiiiita ...a - "l""- - F w.e., wo-ivue au- ffifeSlSttS A? h" f" I V6 ? 'n".a.10 kon,e 0 our I i.i . . I ...1:1 T . i ,i j , w nose ousiuevs 11 is to raise stoca, we give it. I. 1 1 II WllB Ml 1441 Itt- lli.t , liih-Ytn Piil,n.t.. I,,. I a I Oootll'aJobn R.t-hard. Hi.lam ... by the Printer. Young John Richard's dam was sired by Ut tiry Clay's old Kentucky . Whip Iforso, and his dam's dam by old Printer. Hi. line appearance, and excellent pedigreo recom mend him to all competent judge-. l'-ncuoBs The following ia a Hat of the State to vote t(iis fall, and ihe time of hold ing their election. ; Massachusetts, November 13, New York, Ilii. nnis NllV. llllt..r 7- fUii.hi.ian ll..-l... 1.IPI. ' . ... . ., twH-.itiou.cmuci I , I r 1 1 consin, ixovemuer 7. Votb ih Qmo. -The S:a Journal gives the 7 rifturiw tr.mi all th . eoanUtf. ia the Stale except three, from which it itpspsaf that Swan's major it y fur Su reaie Jittlgt is 7 7.3 8 6 4l tkf riwaidsaUal election, in 1862 the I.01? mr IW.68B; fierce 169,0 Hale o,dox rierce rr.ainiiiv nver nii ,7Hat' yomt'n'"K cjiargu since that day. We expect lobe able tg,ve the official vote tu owtic.m cououes, i in ur next. 1 ti,a, xi. if- to v -,. ' a T''.0, Mf"nEb1 ?lcubnv'll''. jbem appointed by Gov. MediU, Jud. of the Ccttl af (. ommon Pleaa for the Jefferton dis , ,1 - t . , i j . . , .rict, tha plsoe of Judg. J.,tM. gsj I gf AUn 4h,;. &aq. fcnxrljuo Oaf Mac, kae s-jrahaaed the " JWarU VnHib tWhiir." at aVtaM, of 8. 1. Browns. .. who mire froa the control of itt Editorial colunam. reeu will d sab Ussy tstaiam the ia teresls of' ike papar with 'iam He it a ready writer snd a vcng maa o? lav latent. IWra't oar beat wishe for your walare B; ac4d 4 Ua Oaaoral Oepoi af Med teal, Surgical and Scientific paMKa tiona, Phil adelpbia, Pa. All pertoaa wbo wnk to aa- i? 7 r C " Dra "' 7 iham at lite tootle! aoUoa aad apoa roaaoaa- Ue urau. Tbeii catalogaa aataVwaa aiaay uubl aad iatcretiing work. I T "Mar oa Eagle" ha. been pnrchated by Ja. R. Appkion Co. It ra now eatJaaJ the -Indepeadeai Africa. ' The sheet i. inch - vww. ftw. ift m , , . , , i v , ihu vh improved, aad ha. rather a fine aooearance. I Marion county ha changed her political front ery materially She h. heretofore been lo !coroc6 tin. fall the Ann N-br.k ticket wa elected by about 400.' ! i I. WTHe pablic .Ul and a yny e.cilent aitirle of U.rln -ftMnft k. -tw ...J L. -I f - ... - - , L W wk g e-er ill aim lortwii of BUitef. Tin. L mutt Mi Plil W ir at the eMab 1W)lMUt rto H AUulMll, c,wn., t.ull.r. w dual rtroel, UrMlton. Ui. .tove. are ol boih Aibnj and rittaborali taatiulaciar, and comp.i ti.e "T u T ew P"lor """' e lwed la hi. .bop are prime auechaoicf, and iheir work 1 iu .11 luataj ej. MtkAor , ,e. ai"dM.Pat raU-t eaaakfenbl tea. par ceuLtbau ai othar 8ur. Dealer lu Ka'em Ouio G.T.hlmaeall. Kaarnp.r T.r.T Cmrmr Rivr II la m. - . - p,rtea ,h.i the. Bank has mad. .n aaaignmeat. Tb dP'or. ..r. first to be paid, then the ' . - . n ' . m . no.B iioders. and ihe oahtneu. n mi v. to De " - , " pam lo me aiocanoiaera. nun- are a- . a a 14 .li rn i aooui 49.000 only on deposit. There is supposed .1 . .inniwn r i,:ii. i..:..- t0 be abou, 4700,000 of bill in citculatiou , Tb assets, it is thought, will be abundant to pJ ike depositors and nole bolder. " 1 Wb. Detpatch bearing dale Louitviilo Ky Oct feist says Rumors in circulation in re gard , lh, hMn of tn- Commercial.B.nk of Ken - ' - e bank ,n . tound and bealthy condition. Better b on the lot.koot; for all banks South & A' est of Onio are no iro here except Stale Hant 0f Indiana Tlltf People. There was a time in the woild's history, iou. or mihtaiy. aa well aa all virtue, waa tup- poted to bo laa lK-red.ta.aenl of a dynaiy . ,Un deUil of Prt'oa in tb C'riaa.thy thai Bwrtod, vhich it not lar gone ia the eont"in "'' ' deeWvo eharectar.- history of the past of batth, and relics ot i.,. .i l'h p to lb latest data mad ..hi exist in the monarchic of Kt "J ""F"""" on 8va.topol. although thy gradual dmcoverv of tru-n. an I WTMled ' on th 0UlB "d I ..... Laa . . heir guns were plat in: on the wall. Men- omil t1' V' ' m av-.saa. it - u i o ' MVdilattiiinaaii.tH the ttivt rniiit n- . I I and new world. To whom . ,e indltJ for the ormiiiHl promulKition af the i lea that the tis'otilt- uu. ilw kiniirff nl tinwi-r tim. iiihI trav .. i m.itur nmnff tiir uiiiiuiiui in riHfJiii'h. tvh'i.'h r- r- "1 wmiM u iiroMf ruturf wnli lru HchnlnMic imrit doubtless furnish the world wi-h a number of portly treatise, a well aa a goodly amount o' fine iitiannrt ciabb academic disquisition.. To i Fire in t lev tnnd. On the night of the 27ih Oct., a fire broke out in Cleveland iu the Vicinity of the New England Hotel, Superior Jitreet. which in itt nroirresa. destroyed nronert. to the amount of to,Mo, mcluding ihe hotel meniioned. the Custom House, and nin wholesale establish ments. It is supposed that the Forest Gity ha never rfCl!,v!" a bIo ,rom tue h"a MU B1S alfti ktikt prop..., u,ay seem, it. deteriorating effect will be but momentary. Tbe young giant of the lake shore will recoil an instant, and then from amid the ashes of conflagration snide forward upon 7C 7i. ? 1 . r the path of its great dettiny. The total insurance upon the consumed prop erty amount. I. 4128.000. l 111 1 tilt Fair. The Carroll County Fair opened yesterday morning under favorable Baapiewa a cloudlets canopy and genial weatitet . The repretenta of slock upon ih ground was lor the first day - - i aa... i i- . a-i unusually large - The Manufacturer, and Fl l have not been as yet well h,led-mr Jrom he founJ of Snidrr a n;,0(,iuff, g l. which may 'be worth attention The are also some fine drawing in the Manufa . tut i iiib ;iiit:B ui out oiunifuu iiuukoii. Sa . u.il -ill . kUITI - 41411 WBV. ssr.f. f J 'I'VVSIVll Jin) WW ularly one ajfjelon, halved, dished, and rea dy for disc union. The crowd today ia much larger t. an ye., terday, anl it is truly graifjing to mark the unmistakable sign of progress, evidenced in the apperance toe i ut tMtmlAe manners. 'Vc, ol the assembled maaaes. This is a rtv ular gala day for our whole town, and our whole town are enjoying it luxuriously. ! As oar millitary companies have bean sa banded there i rather a dearth of parade. W e remember -lang syne.' and . ould wish that the 'Guard.' or the 'Grays' with tluir musier fixing' vn and their spirit stilting rauic w.rs atfll ui wt to give lii t. and thrill to (he scene and, ' With tVirsorifc' r I rue, two sew ami ten, M trcii tij ilia Mill aad 'ban ma e d f '" , n their a ) ende. however, ws have the gallant' hoy ol Mop- Engine Company, v.'uo, unilhVierf and t quipped", win attse a sensation any Where, that sensations ai . to iuc able at all Kirn Work. To niohi Messrs Emm- raon A Ki'.chen. py-1 roiechhWs. o' Cleveland, Ohio, will trive one ; of lhair brilliant displays of fire work, al lhe fair grounds. ' Admittance 10 cents Cjnosureof2 ult . . .t. ' r aT . r The old fogv who poked Ms head out vii i . ... l.t . . "behind the time" bad t knocked tennd- l rnna , pMjiog atr. af 'a TWa, aW at in. r"r m wyw Its.Ui Belifarrfafit II SEVA&TAPOL INVESTED. Tbs Wakingtoa aailad from Soathtmptes oa tka 1 1 la we aappoat, aad the Niagara M Lr. erpool oa the 14th. Tka w bava a eska later newi. Bat a the reader will perceive, iti,DolTryak4ofaiifactory.aadi0ly 1 . . . .. . .. . , . i-P-ruat a. bowmg tbai tka AUan had for- 'heir way to Balaaka, aad drives the Ra Tnt H'Mhiagtoa briag. the official report ot Uu!, of fM jhtt WM pttbluketl " aTavTa! P" ! u !. , Ham . jiu w'mwiwi. lbt 9lb- AU know ,trul WM . ... . . . JilMrilft MI id. of til Ru..i.n. - ..r a detperate oae tna loute oi me tvu.tiant nate compaay, in eadeavoriag to raaah lb act- conapbu. Tbe BriUth lot ia officer, wa j OtmnU ot the Hudaon bay Compaav, after Mrtn I T " . y , , iT- t , . ,w a.r k A A A tJtthMtUn lh "7 pawaaa ! II u mi AU" W dtroJ,d eared from the crumbling a hi pa, laid down to aqueduct which .applied the main Fortreee of jj- i- .:,.. .av-j. . raaraJaal .... a aqueduct which .upplied the mam rortree or a . j t-j i.j I j: ikm oeraawpoi, aoo oau aaawawawaj awawaaaj o.ww calvary. Rumor, or private dispauber say. that the Ru.ai.na are demoralised. After the battle of Alma, lb carriage W 4 T m a 1 a .1 it fa.! sitnacniaon waa taaen. logemar who ma pn- rate correspondence and 60,0u0 franc, by the French. The loss by the burning of 11 eirel a mie.nke . , ... . . ,,,w. rum ,n ,h Min Prob'y J t-000'000 . a 1? ,M-r"n Ia Poland a great ovement it in operation -U-ir tha whnl lina rrw . iha Human Uuard wa marching toward. Waraaw. The troops of the Kingdom of Polaad war directed on the Austrian frontier. The Niagara arrived at Halifax Wedaesday worning, end Her news it tbu reported : j Hallux, Oct. 25. j Steamer Niagara fro. Lir.rpoo. o. the ; arrived at tht. port at an arly hour this morning. Hsr sdvic r -hre day later lnan those received in New York by the Wash ington, the Uteamer Cleopatra from (Jutoec arrived out on the 12th with the intelligence of ibe lot. of ilia Arctic, ihe announcement of which created a profound sensation. Th Steamer Arabia was telegraphed off Holyhead on Saturday lh 1 4th. Although the English papers aro futl of inter , w ehikobT held the field oc th North and was in Pto of being joined by Ooten.ack ' maw. swS.L.L.aV I. It 1 lily expectation of being joined by Ootensack a and Cortchakoff wbo were at Peroekop. It is confirmed that Menchikoff had aent 7 . . "uu rceaop line of battU shipi tt tht entrance of SrMto ne of battle ships at the pol as a blockade to th harbor. Energetic i . , . nol, Irom rant Ma ngl'lIi id hare caused nt. The effect produead by recent failaraa bad somewhat subsided. Tb market nevertheless continued dull, nd ecording to con circular, th lower grade had .lightly declined, although tb leading h. . .1 . ,ia . . eu.es continue tha quotations advised by the; In 1806 there were only four steam engines ia Afrifli X-tTThe reader will lhank us for tbia touch ing extract from one of Chbbtbb's exquisite sermons. Not often, thank Godl ara lite and death thus made guests of the homes aad hearts I which have just learned the boundless bliss of a wedded Kve; but, alter all, is not Heaven tome? The voy.ge to lh. Golden Land is.in- deed to a far off shore, but the water, are not without stars 10 guide, and the way is not too long for all (Buckeye. , A few weeks ago we were the witnets of a I . , parting which touched us nearly. It wa. be- twe.n two who were newly, wedded, and who . 1. . . j , . t .a i . 1 1 1 . suit e me sweet uay 01 lurir nuptiait, 11 au not been parted for a day, hardly for an hour. Nothing si.ort of sheer necessity could bare caned ine nusoand from bis idol now-but tbe necessity came between them, and they must not shrink. We saw the long and wild embrsce. heard the goer whi.per 'B of good diet 1 - I will be home toon' and in a few mo 1 t ins more the billows rolled between the hearts that o lately, Ood had joined together. I will behomeeoon.' Those wre the ... . words the only consolation left, amid to much a:.. n . .a omt rness. remaps tne pangs oi parting were vague presentiment that they again! And to she turned o from the spot, that sad young wife and went back o the home whose light had departed, j 'I will be home soon.' And so hi was; home before he was expected home ere yet the tears were dried from the eyes of lb weeper whom he Itfi behind. But alas, how did h comet Kncompaased by a shroud, embraced within a coffin, cold aa the perpetual snow that crowns the mountain monarch of Switserland. ure enough he was hot.. e soon, Tbey dug but one grave then bat, since. ,Dolhvr demanded -aod now. lb yoanc , , , ... , , hubMd ud V0U "J 'ImP nd dr"m ipgelhir. We shall ai) ba honae aooo.' What that home will b rests with as. The deeds of vir- lue will secure a passport to golden places the enormities of visa will sad m won tbaa dungeon daiknet. 'Home oon.' So he wa and having wai led But a little while, aba went home also! Tbe Boston correspondent of tha New I 9 DolM ltt" broken tt in the ttepuoiicaa rania- it says: Judp-e Allen, of Woicester, ba denounced Mr. Wilson, the republican candidate for Gov ernor, in the State General Committee, for cotinet'.intr with Gardener, the candidal of the K Nothing, and l.asgone so far a. to ree omment! the nomination of a ihird candidate iT. . L w -. j: :t It IO08 to US till luuiu mm lun uiiMuvn mm ll JjJJ vwiBf I t raakliav Hsw Yaw Jaw. 41. "IWlawT of awJaaanaaMa. A kttaw r.tatM. at aV Oeareaaaaf the laaaaa Aay Caanaat, awai De. ta ipte, 444 Totk la-aery, Aaewja 4, NMaaaaaaaJ of the 1scavfy af ta ttasssas of ta art'or sad kit ; ot 1 SSO H tStaettb! af Fm rtear Ta iubfUoo uragarded aa pariec J; Tha TaaiiJai comaianawd by Sir oka. M u awaU af a ta.t - m at a Bortawtal paaafa Annh a, PoUr 8m aofajariafd tka bia Kaa aad Terror. It baft Bag lard ia 1144, ana irum mai nine aoiu Aagaal of tae preaeat . B0 - ..j Tht .TT Jl! 3 e U "m Pbly gm.l to atoa aatid . v the ice fltea of the Anic recie);aad tha wafer- 1. M 1- . . . caie company, in eaoeavonag 10 reaan tna act- m lr 4 -..j j,0 fTrnt hi, .j-, , p-jy Yoa raaUte to 4 tha virion of thoe paia ' . . .... ...... . P t0 lhe UBiTergmj fcJB1p,ay fell for tha fata of Frank lia aad hi cimpamoaa, at tai.s saint A ia w. 11 known, aa xpedwa, caBtaaadad ofb our eaantrvoxaa. Dr- aja U rtplsanng the I 1 .locked reiion of the Yortk to effect lb tr rescue or verify tbe fear now fa'ly realised. ,,. . . --wi- - ' I A despatch Aug. ik, from Dr. Rea, wbo 1 j, been a b tent on tka coast atace tha let Jaoe 1863. and returned to York factory thtb oj Augutt last, from whence be forwarded letters by t xprtrs lo Sir Geo. Simp'on. via Red River Settlement. After stating the raea.lt of ki owb expeduioa. and the difficultie they bad to eon- tend with, tay aa had learned from Esquimaux information of ih fate of Sir John Franklin. - He had been atarved to deatk after tbe loss of his ships which were ia the ice, and while m king bis way touth to tb Great Fith river of Buck, near the outlet of which a party of white oafolane, lia, sad conduct Is pvsracd by .a aaligtu- died, leaviBg account, of their suffering. Th nd r-00- ,8 '". ta P1"'". ' wbU. ia mutilated corpse, of some of these .bite, had I 10 ia kt d ,n " j .1 r a j a . . a , t BaUrmta what I. rlfbt, ba wipsaiii tb. .edeaefhr1 evidently tarnished (ood to their uafoi lunate W wta m b.a txao-tacd in ad its Sear" companions. bp. ,0d reason dkttatw th. proper cosm. Bl srut It Tbia informatioa, although not d.rived froat hk Ws reason. Should a. at any time sat the Esquimaux wbo bad communicated mimmmtmt-lp.i-... . a . . , . .... jBStnU b.irt-5 Cute,) a.laiwa.ep.ntoeooTlcUon,r.,ly the whites, and wbo bad lound their ramaint, Z 71. .7 Zjt . "T"1 . . , T ' te rtctitreib tioUi, tad ecosMars h his flrst duty to but from another baad wbo had obtaiaed tk eb,g, ba sbbbwi a. saoa a. bs It twBrBSsJ bbm laeaW detail from then, no doubt ie left of tb truth fj af Ms tmr. Such rata w boaor t irtiiw. Ua u the report, as the natives kad ia thsir pot.it ! "high tttlt f maa" . fratnasa. sion various srtic'es af Earopeaa make which I Tk mam nrt ka wbo sabjaeta JaiftMnt bad been in possession of th whitas. A axons 3J ,dnc, "m- araM.ladd,wl5b and Pr.j. ., . . uawea, hit littl. ttavLh soul it afraid ta le 4 at iruta.-. these are silver spoons, forks, Ac. oa on of .... " ' ' aaatt hw neighbor tor ec inlawing aa oabiina lr ap- whick is engraved "Sir Joka Franklin, k B pamo t. hi. ows. Argam.oirrl .... him; b.u., C." while other bar crest, on them which I shew, bim his owa folly aad wtaa. Th tiigbta idendfy the owner a having belonged to tb '? pf ,rulh shining from an opposit. direction All. hi. ill fated expedition. Drawing of some of pun3r wi'h ,h blu.rwt .ntshy. W. pity tb aa for them bare been aent dowa. 1 ,on"e eto',d '"I"1"11'1 th So0,h- boM The fearful tragedy mutt have occurred aa long ago aa tbe Spring of 1860. THE PBOGRES8OF UlSCqVERV. No man can tell where improvements in the art will stop, or what discover iet are yet to be evolved from them. When we tbt k of what waa a century ago. and what is now ; when wa review tba uvea - tioas which bare been made during that period aad paas them before the mind, they almost teem too numerous and reat for our heif D . the United .States ; not a steamboat, not a rait- law right, pay all protested notes in full, and road, not a locomotive. t ltn a the bait he can for those wbo hav nnt Few maebtee of any kind wer mad then bJ'B ,,Mrt li9h a ,beir nole Ptett and carcoly any kind of manufacturing oper- j Frfe Banking k. jycn (of aUons conducted. I Our quotations for Indiana monev cannot bo In 1 840, there was not an established line of ule.ph in our country ;now we have no leas , a.--- r... .v. j :. r wtirxu iwbh.i uiitv wa ivui uiuunni.u 14111 Cat Ul Th, Daguerreotrpe i. but a few year. Md of IuJit 0 oMrr. In the manufacture and improvement of va- rioua tools, vaal progress has been made ia a , o-l I er, few year.. The printing pre., from the alo hand machine, printing a few hundred . 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 copie. in an noitr, ns oeen yoarc 10 tne steam engine, and now throws off thousands of copies in the aame time. it j, impcible for u. to enumerate a tithe of , lhe iny(srUioni ,j discoveries which bftve beeI1 mta, durinK ,he t .,. are imoil heyood computation. Our object , t0 preaent tha subject for reflection to tbe numerous ingenious men in our country. The fitj b,.rore thf ln ,tiU . comprehen.ive one. .Some new discovery may yel be made wherebv uiacovery may yet oe maue wnereoy .),a air above may be as safely and economical- . . : . . jy navigated aa tbe water, b meath. , .U... ; machinerv and ia eh.i. 'a r Every man who makes a new improvement or discovery is a public benefactor. Hia labors vibrato far beyond th boundarie. of hi. own exiatsnce, even to distant generations. (Sri. Am- .. , Nbw Yobx, Oet. 25. Some startling caaes of cholera induced by sating oysters, are iraatpiriag to day. Thre as are reported this evening. Boston, Oct. 2. Hallowel and Skip Builder'a Bank were re fused by the Suffolk Bank to dav. FssDB.tciSTowa, N. B , Oct 26 Tks Legislature favors tk reciprocity bill, but action is delayed in tb assembly by a rots of want of confidence. i ne Boston iraveuer luruisiies us wun au awvy. interesting acooun. of two distinguished bgyp- tiant, who have been travelling in tks United State, and have jut t returned to their own ! country, oa of them bearing with buo a Nsw York wife. The Cholera .ween, over the est ! There I ail a...k. v.- :L .ft 1. 1 .1. ... . :'.; i tu cijju. mm arnnag at j New York from Havre and Liverpool. Tbia it i a fearful average mortality, and wry hk .ly wit' bear aot tks went. Cajuna. Friend Ay or ;-In thia ago W qaaaha, tkarlataa aad afar wiady, faoiu la heal, wbo Mow at trey tticet ia the faoe and rare of all taa. tkr load. blaring Jericho trumpet. Mb. koiaUwaa wiad iaetraaeau Other of Bin oaaly twiaud bra, in aob a woefally .hag ridden epoch a tkia. I y, it ia caaifortiog.ua r erea cheariag ta tka aarweet wail wither of hie race to know there ha. am red ia tkie world a light kfarcanaJ Ja)apa,wilh tka pMibntowin.j and warm water. Yoar Cathartic Pill, aad Cherry PaetariaJ, earrr aa forward to Haley oa day to milleui al Phamaoopoeaa, when Scieaca. daen dieinir , i - down into the principle of tntnge. ahal. witk r 9 k.I . .1 I . inooiio caaniug. onog oat toe genome bjixit iofiaiU caaoing, bring oat lb genuine Elixir Vi.aj; for ol a truth there Lmuibitly enough I . , . .. , ... 1 : aomewbat af that aaata Life Eaance m yoar 1 ahtl vegetable dluUatiou and compound. Yoa ratine to Be tha viaiona of tha.. taller. ntok. dried AlchriiaU bootkee seek lr; dreamer, arnoo? retort tad cruciblea. touching the Qaiataaaeatiai bidden Virtue of the Universe, which should antidote distemper - r d bfwaJt for man tbe Wheel of Tim. W P. B. kfABCaaarxa, f tk People. B"k rwa CinetonaU, sad, under the coT Josweost, saada his appearaaos b Law- r,eh,rIh Indiana. He wa arrested Iter, h7 0B ki depositor, mad to fork orsr ""JJ "d lBeB lloJ The Cin tto lays be will not pay ten ccn-.s on the dollar. The deposit of widow aad need j person with thit man were near 170,000. Free 4 Slav. Ba alone I. .atlUdad to tb. nam. af freetaaa, who ,1 r oouy, teourt-i oy superior str.ngth of oih.m ; but pity turn, lo dhujutt .1 tb .igbt of that bigoted crealuro wuo sastavM hi. on mind .ad eontcieaca to gr.iily a disorder. J will tawfasa Statt. Indiana Hauks. Thompaon't Bank Note Detector ha th following in relation lo tha Indiana Free bank tauiana canting oas come to a crisis noaaawoomee interesting to know what bi'.-h6r d-r, iafotj . iB .... . R-nk r.it. 1 The notes must be protested by a Notary and lodged with the Auditor, who notifies the bank . P1' B'nk DIW tben thirt7 d"7 which to e. ' """" " P7B"' " uo' m lQe " " v I. uuiwwi iucu uroceeti. 10 e mo Stock, at public auction, and fif we read the 1.. it... tv ft ..A.i . U . - 1. a It relied upon for a large portion of it cannot be d " w . t n a.. ! NeT York'aeTnst theXw IZlr R V lt Eat.to. itoZXr ,n infringement of th patent granted to Mr. Tanner July 6. 1862. for Batchelder A Thomp- "O"' Rl"ad Gar Brake, the Jury bar just found a verdict for the plaintiff, and statimr m the g,, bi.kCt gj Q 'jhH! are alao infringements of Mr. Tanner'e patent! 1 1 . , - V T or'Bn " nl.i linrka in Main flot 9Aih K- . aT th . . . . ail naan avftianitin.. tim a 1 T .. .. ."''. .v.uiu iijui ocnKI), r. an tnsn moo aassiied mm. and that he acted ta aeif defence He was in eastody, and doubt' lest will ka tried Gov Bust Dsd Gov. Burt, the new offi cial of Nebraska, died on the 18th inrt. He wa a native of South Carolina, aad a citiiea f A'". ,n hat 8ut; " - - Co.nK"w r Mra Um: nd "P1 potiuoB in the Treasury Department at tba time of his auDointmsnt at Governor a Small Notb Law in Colcmtbiaba At a meeting of the cititens of Columbiana, Colum- Diana county. Ohio, an yicmMy. held the fist ji.it. in. loiiowing nesomuoii.waa waawaaatawsB '7 adopted : I W. That we, the citlwn of Fairfield, ! !own,hiF' Uw ruUtiol? . iiauonoi amait onit, a. unjust and tinw.se in the extreme, sad should be repudiated by al) good oitiaeas: aad that we shall regard all who would enforce the provisions of said law, at enemies to the bed interest of the Bute. THE DEPARTED. Died last night of dysentery, al her residence in Csrrollton, Mr. Sallie Coleman, leaving a large circle of warm friends and relative, to lament the ir lost. Thus ws chronicle tha da- torture of anoiher member of our community; at wbo will not be mourned by those wkv hav. bo hops. 6ba has only gons homs. (Cyaosurs. of the 1st. sT The Sttubeovilletond Indiana Ka.il Rot I ia now open from Steuben vill to Coshocton. BJr2Otiaan Vtali-ta aaM K mm mn-a . i ... , c i (n ..miajraaijog situation. ' Success to ker. , j Tht J1 BUt hecvming amerous m England. larOn the 22pd ult. there were 5. f 36 im migrants landed at New York: An unuiuai number of Shins arrive i there that daw. i.i i " AST Court of Common Pleas con v. act aaan Monday, took out, Sksriff a ill hi tbsra.