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PKIHTED AlfD P0BM8HKD BY The Ohio Statesman Company mviiaii, I put... V.. B. ENHELillAIf, I COLUMBUS, OIIIOl NO DAT, XI4)Klfttt, OCT. t9 THE OHIO STATE FAIR A SPLENDID SUCCESS. TOTAL RECEIPTS $14 847,85. Immense Assemblage of People. NOTICES OF ARTICLES, &c. We attended the Great Ohio State Fair at Dayton, during two days last week-" Thursday and Friday. : It was bljr, tblnjr a splendid success.' The postponement was a wise and sensible act on the part of the. Board of Agriculture. The Fair would most likely have been a failure, had It taken placo at tbe time first appointed ; while the postponement enabled the people to make It one of the best and most successful Fairs ever held In Ohio. The weather was most beautiful : we never saw It pleasanter la October. Everything tended to favor sue cess. J It is estimated that there were at least 6,000 people in attendance on the first day, Tuesday, October , 16th ; 14,000 pa Wednesday, October 17th being the see. ond day; 40,000 on Thursday being the third day ; and 15,000 on Friday the last day.', j.- The receipts were as lollows: Tuesday. Oot. 18th..'.; ' 877 88 Wednesday, Oot: 17th.. 1.701 15 Thureda. Oct. lBlh V 8.2SS 95 Fttday. Oot. Mln 3,003 13 ToUl....'..'.....; 4147 8 It Is seldom In the history of Fairs that the figures of Thursday are reached : It has happened' perhaps, but once before in Ohio. As an exposition ot the Industry and productiveness of the people of our great (State, as well as pecuniarily, tbe Fair was all that could be desired ; and it affords us much pleasure to be able to record this fact, We were assured by those who ought to know; that no such display of useful and valuable patents and improvements in ma chinery was ever before witnessed in the West. We have, attended Fairg where some bf the departments excelled some de partments ol this Fair ; but none that In its general character surpassed It. When we attend a Grand Exposition like the one last week, we always feel prouder of our noble State.' '' Many of the Awarding Committees had a hard time of it, and we felt sorry for them : they were made to appreciate that the honor their position conferred, was Indeed a dear bought honor. The Committee on Slewing Machines, perhaps, labored as ham and as f.ilthtully, and was as much perplexed and annoyed, as any Committee connected with, tbe Fair. It was an excellent Committee, made up as follows: Mr. W. O. Alexan der, of Peru, Indiana; Mrs. Jahks Patter son, ot Columbus ; and Mrs. W. W. Whit wr, of Toledo. ; The Hotels and Boarding Houses of Day ton were all Jammed full; and those who arrived there on Wednesday night and Thursday, found it Impossible to get rooms. The Phuaips House was, of course, head qjiartersafteryou left the Fair Grounds. We are indebted to HooTBen. Eoqleston, ot Cincinnati, and Mr. Sargeant, of this city, for " taking ns in, and giving us a ery fair share of their elegant and com modious room at The Phillips, where we were comfortable and happy. Tbis Is a superb Hotel, with Mr. L, Reibold, ta Pro prietor, who is an obliging and courteous gentleman. His Chief Clerk, Mr. C. G. McMillen,' Is efflclept, accommodating, and agreeable; and whoever puts himself or herself under his care, will be suitably and properly provided for. We commend The Phillips as the Hotel to stop at in Dayton. ; " " The Parlors of The Phillips House were full all the time, especially on Thurs. day ; and it was a first-rate place to " take notes," if one could put in an occasional hour there. We have several that we might expand Into readable articles ; and we may sometime do it. Old acquaintances who had not for years met, here greeted one an other, and spent an hour pleasantly and happily ; and new and very agreeable ac quaintances were formed, that will grow into pleasant and enjoyable friendships, But we have neither the time nor tbe space now to dwell on themes like these ; but may resume at our leisure. , i We present some notices of articles, In Tentions, Ac, that we have prepared, to which we call the reader's attention : . Clark Sorgo Machine Company's Clark Sorgo Machine Company's Manufactures. , The Victor Cank Mill, We were par ticularly pleaded with the performance of the' Victor Sorgo Mill, shown us by Mr. Horace Norton, of the Clark Sorgo Ma chine Company of Cincinnati. Every' ef fort to choke It 'proved a failure ; and its perfect and complete working,, was tbe theme of admiration and commendation by the thousands who observed it during (he four days of the Fair. It had twelve com petitors on the ground ; but the general Judgment awarded it the first place, as had D3en the case at r!" the County and State Fairs at which it had been fairly tried. It Is now asod. wherever the Sugar Cane grows; its sale is not confined to States; but it Is scattered over Continents, and ea gerly sought for in the Isles of the Seas and Oceans. . ;.' -' ' ' . In common with the Old Style Mill, the Victor has the Feed Box, Fluted Feed Boll, Oil Tubes, and Annular Ledges; and in Addition to these, the following features entirely new: Lapped Gearing, Flanges, XHagonal Braces, Oil Tight Boxes, Movable 8 weep Cap, . an Adjustable False Plate, Cleaning- Scrapers, aud Juice Channel in 'Bottom Plate; . .., ': W I; The Victor Cane Mill is now generally pronounced, by the best Judges, as being superior to any other Cane Mill in use. This Mill, aud a great variety of other JUa:hincry, are manufactured by The Cmmc Sorgo Machini Company, Cincin nati. of - I IP 1 1 ' Cook's Sugar Evaporator. This In ventlou is One of tbe grandest of this In Tentlve age; and is now understood to be without a successful rival la Its department We can cheerfully commend tt as being su perlor to anything of Its kind we have ever seen in use. Mr. Norton exhibited to us fully its working qualities, during the Fair, and left not a doubt upon our mind as to . its high excellence. It is manufactured by Blymycr, Bates it Day, Mansfield, Ohio, The American Bee-Hive and The BeeKeeper's Text Book. VH. A." Kino & Co, of Nevada, Wyandot county, Ohio, received the first premium on their " American'' Bee-IIive,w as they had ,dpne at the Ohio State Fairs of 1804 Jaad 13G5. iThe first premium bad also been i awarded them at the late United Fair of the New England States; also at the Tennsyi Vaols State Fair; and at the Indiana State Fair, for several years past.,, They were l undoubtedly entitled to this distinction, for the "American" we regard as the best Bee-Hive ever Invented. Their work, which they call "The Bee-Keeper's Text Book," is exceedingly valuable, containing as it does everything important to know on the subject of the care of bees, having been written by practical bee-keepers. It is neat little book of 140 pages; and was sold very rapidly ontheFplr Grounds, by Mr, J. H. Brixton, the gentlemanly and oblig ing Ageni,ofH. A. King & Co. ' Ic was somewhat amusing to witness the exhibition the " bee-tamer V (so-called) made of himself. He was stationed near where the American Hive was, and under took to blackguard and abuse H. A. Kino St Co, as well as their Agent, because thoy were successful in obtaining the first pre mium. He hit upon the novel expedient of protesting against tbe award of the Commit tee, and getting other unsuccessful com petltors for tbe premium to sign his pro test; but he couldn't make it win i He excited a good deal of indignation against himself, by causing to be injured several very fine specimens of the Union Fence Company's Fence, which they had on ex nlbltlon near where he had located himself. W. W. Whitney's New Patent Improved Melodeons. ; The' Committee on Musical Instruments say this In their Report: The Committeeaward the first premium to W. W. Whitney, of Toledo, for Im- Droved Mclodeons. being of superior work manship and tone, elasticity of touch, and new Improvements in construction of bel lows and action, enabling the performer to play quick music, every note answering to the toucn promptly." We desire to add our commendation to that of the Committee, and to tell our readers that Mr. Whitney has had the first premium awarded him at every Fair where his Melodeons have been on exhibition. We concur in pronouncing them as being greatly superior to all others in the market; and we take great pleasure in congratu latlng Mr. Whitney upon his success in this enterprise. . Portable Sheep Back and Shed Combined. oinea. Porter & 8chneidek, No. 144 Seneca street, Cleveland, bad on exhibition a "Portable Sheep Back and Shed Com bined," which received the unqualified commendation of all the Wool Growers who examined it. It is an ingenious con trivance for sheltering and feeding Sheep superior to anything of the kind we saw on t,he Grounds. V Mr. Schneider also exhibited a very rare specimen of Peat from Canada; and he de sires ns to say, that be may be addressed at 144 Seneca street, Cleveland, for Peat Lands. ' Hoop Skirt Department. We speak of this department simply to notice the absence of any representation at the Fair from bur Columbus establishments of this sort. We regret that they were not there ; for we know that they could easily have surpassed anything we saw on exhi bition, belonging to that department Tbe favorite house of D. B. Saunders & Co, No. 84 East Town street, could have taken a first premium on their manufac tures, without half trying: and the same may be said of the well-known establish ment of E. Heed, No. 21 East State street. There may be others in the city that do not now occur to ns. j Horne's Celebrated Union Cement. This Cement was on exhibition aud sale on the Fair Grounds, being a most valuable article for domestic or manufacturing uses. By it any broken article of crockery or queensware may be Joined together so strongly that the article will brake any where else before it will on the cemented parts. It Is used with great success in manufactories to splice belts, fco- We commend it as a good thing. Agents are supplied by Daniel L. IIorxe, ' Lebanon, Ohio. Wax Flowers. - Mrs. Jakes Patterson, of this city, had pn exhibition by' far the finest and most elegant specimens of wax flowers. Her group, which took the first premium, was admired and- extolled by everybody; and her . bouquet of wax flowers Is the most delicate and beautiful we ever saw. ' Mrs. I, certainly has very fine taste, and an eye for artistic beauty that is exceedingly rare in this utilitarian age. California Wines. These magnificent Wines were tested by thousands during the Fair, and pronounced the pure juice of the grape. The House of PERKINS, Stern & Co, New York and Bos ton, so creditably and admirably represent ed on this occasion, offeror sale the follow ing brands: "White" or "Hock," "Claret," "Angelica," "Muscatel,? "Port," "Grape Brandy, and M Wine Bitters." .: . ... Emerson's Excelsior Farm Gate. This important and useful Improvement was on exhibition ana rcceivea trie rirgt premium, as it deserved to. o. F. Emb uoh Seville, Medina county, is the pa' atoe and his brother, G. W. Emekson, " ,f Crest line, is connected with him lu 1' exhibi tion, and in tbe sale of State rn(j County -mm vtnctnnou inquirer , Washington correspondent telegrapr jCi lag(. Friday night, that John Graha nar Deen 8ppoint. Postmaster of Col' imbus. We have no confirmation of tber .amor as yet. Our City Editor. A brilliant am , oki.m a lUVHIVUBUtV WU4VWU7 VI kucbio m last evening at tbe resl- ucuvy w JTg9 . Tfortninaton, Xjeq . on ICoclW aveor je to wjtnes tha marriage 01 jui . uw.K-1 tioyt, vkj- junior or tnis pa per, to jl88 Abble "Worthlngton. The young ar-J(J happy pair were united by tbe KeV. M" . Vrintoth. of the Third l'Trntivtar.. Ian C flUrch, and graoefully received the Bln?,.xe congratulations tendered them by the . mnnv frlnnda. Thifl mnrnlnir Mr. iy t and lady leil for tU EaaV-CieDelani 'ha Duller. Oct. 19. .If OHIO STATE ELECTION, OCTOBER 9, 1866. Official Returns of Home and Army Vote for Governer, October 10, 1865, and Vote for Secretary of State, October 9, 1866. -'lses. 1805. Vox. 10HS 1823 . J0.10 4IWS 1M1 IS SIKiS mill M1 Ui34 14(0 SIM awe . 8705 187B 176 U12 163T 84 B4U1 1M3 MM. 1S4T i6 1511 SOUS K01 1H7S 16(13 17M3 8 U0 M4 im su SffilS 1285 ' IM4 3101 1558 SHIS 18'2 1IU3 1847 3151 ' 1301 8474 . UI41 vm 1504 1400 S.Vil 1450 TM 3175 Morsao. 1770 1159 ? Ml imo " SIHS . m SH79 494 1I7T 1K!5 17lt ano7 l'i5S . , M71 J:i74 lull amis lflOS 1500 ' loss . 1051 " lo"7 tIM ,." S7 1061 l. . IMS 1853 130O6 S'iVS , YMrt 17 1268 8ll3 im . aus . 11144 1104 15HB 8438 Wmlth. LeFersr. Atams ....... Allen Ahlnd.,., AnliUljula.... Athena AuKlaiie Belmont lirowu... Butler Urroll , Chinpign.., Clarke Clermont..... Clinton Columbiana . Coshnoton.... Crawford.... Cuyahoga.... Elarke.. tclianoe..... tclaware Tie , Fairfield Fayette...... Franklin .... Fulton , Gallia Geauga ..... (Ireone...... Ouernae.T.... Hamilton.,. .. lianouok Hardin ...... Harrison llenrr HiKlJand.-.. Hockins Holme Huron Jackaon Jefferson Knox Lake Lawrence.... Licking. Logan Lorain....... Lucas Madison Mahoninf .... Marion ....... Medina. Meifft. Mercer Miami , Monroe 80A4 1853 8I7S ' " 6004 " M7 , T 103S 353S ' Vl Ml' 1761 1700 8509 ' 3403 1844 4HU8 Sum 1B97 W31 Kf I - 11171 1 .a8T 18 1130 , 1S1T ' 4051 1086 li77 : ten . 8W3 1711 tiW 1 ' W71 , , 1749 1113 1004 8060 ' 1U6 641 4010 ltW 3210 )W 8401 1348 . ' S3U3 ' 4373 4IU3 1014 ' 8635 ' 15'23 177'i 1K31 na : , 8714 1089 66'28 1448 1241 4'.62 8153 stn 743 170 8081 . ' 1037 836.4 8717 ! 1164 8057 . ' 8871 ' 14U7 SHIS 8979 14S3 4W9 4633 . SI8J7 1208 1483 1378 8043 3798 3343 12H1 17fS 1731 son 8257 I'iOH 938 1310 U:K 8560 3103 8726 1177 1KI1 ' 1900 '. 8il3 1409 i:w7 ' 8471 8179 6097 SOI 'KWO 1961 1797 344S 1318 490 1057 1370 403 15H8 1013 1341 8180 1446 152 1401 8056 1MI9 1753 Hi:, 10R9 1703 1471 667 ' 1 J8 liWl 13114 ' 4049 .. 1708 3H04 14S7 1074 1713 1167 1184 1057 141)3 17UH 178.1 6034 , lns 1560 3M3 15K8 mo ' XVi 1774 84V3 1.133 IDr) 1524 14K3 8-i7S 3123 XI5S 36 uno 18H6 4H-J8 1N79 1H61, 8048 1173 1153 11M 14HS S(M8 8157 138S 1408 1869 81124 1410 1978 1679 1639 1609 1011 8637 1177 603 Montgomery, 66(iN Morgan.., 1-0 1H23 1608 Morrow... llog SU71 1149 Muskincum .... Noble... Ottawa Pauldinf Perry l'iekawsjr Pike.... Portage. Preble Putnam. Richland....... Ross.. Sandpsky , Scioto....; Sonera... .' Shelby.-. Stark fmmit... rumbull Tuscarawas.... U uion . 4 Van Wert Vinton - Warren ........ Wahington...v Wavne 42u7 1099 , 1048 I 490 8W7 ' Sill 1713 Sill 1HS3 1133 H75 i 3H74 301 1)01 Ktn 1807 14 N 4447 Kit 3!IHB 1715 lino 1247 1137 Kit S43D ' 3053 1M1 KI3S 1(73 1919 . 1539 1419 1978 1781 154 3314 3361 ' 8554 8131 3343 JK7I 4063 , Hoi 8203 1270 1298 1363 1741 8169 8402 1030 Williams '. Wood Wyandot 1838 1925 Total. . 133,633 193,887 Official Vote for Congressmen in Ohio, 1866. first distkict. Had. Dmc Benj. Eleston. G. H. Pendleton. CODItTIIS. Hamilton.... 10.471 9.4U8 9,488 Eggleston's maj 936 SECOND DISTRICT. R. B.Hayes. Then. Cook. 8.091 Hamilton......... 11.649 Hayes' maj..... T8 THIRD DISTRICT. B. C. Scbenek Durbln Ward. 4.747 3.869 1,764 .... U87 , 13,960 Bntler .S8T Monttooiery 6.534 Preble 1.7l Warren 397 15,027 13 960 1 i Schenck's maj... 1,887 FOURTH DISTKICT. . W. Lawrence. J. S , McKinney. Champaign....; 1,7ns 3,879 3,688 1.473 1,867; S.9U 1.519 1,07 Uarke Loan... Miami Shelby.., Lawrence's maj...... ' ' FIFTH DISTRICT. M.B.Walker. Vm. Mungen. ' 1,153 ' '' 8,3 V 1.43U , , 8,011 "1,198 ! V.931 ' 13,624 10,673 .. 1,659 . Allen....... . 1,843 .' l.Kfl ' , ' 1.368 . 1J48 . 763 . 1.483 ' , 1,734 Auelaiie... HAncoek ... Hardin. .j.. Meroer , an Wert. Wyandot... Mangea'amsJ. SXTH DISTRICT. . 11 K.W. Clark. Wm. Howard. '3.107 . . 8,844 Brown Clermont... Clinton.... 1806 ' 8,896 1,831 i , FaretU ... .13-8 Highland.. ' 1.878 ' 13.SIS 13 367 Clarke's maj .'...' BEVKNTH DISTRICT. B. Shsllabarger. Thos. Mille ........... 3.631 1,960 4.614 . 8.50J i.. 3,946 1698 1.60 . 1.15 . Clarke..., Franklin. Greene... Madison.. 13,687 11.618 11 ,616 BheUabarger'smaj.. 3,171 ' ' EIGHTH DISTKICT. 0. 8. Hamilton. . W. P. Reid 1.983 . 1,678 , ; 1.818 3,618 1 1,370 ,, 8,858 Delaware,... Marina Morrow...... Richland.... Union., 1,793 1.633 . S.237 l.ftV . i.r X J.TlO 0,863 Hamilton's maj . 1,863 1 ilTH DISTRICT. B-.P.BuckIod. T. 1,09 ' 1,1190 ' 4,008 ........... H5. , 1,391 1963 ' .Flnefrook. 8,178 ' 1,787 1.050 . 1,044 . , 1.664 8,3.16 ' 13,841 ,' Crawford Krie. ....... Huron Otiaws.... Sandusky Seneca.. . 13.131 13.944 . 1 T Auckland's maj ..... . . TKMTH 17 ' "1 DISTRICT. " ' Ashley. B. 8. Commagor, Deflane.., Fulton .... Henry I.UflM..... Paulling., Putnam... Williams.. Wood . 1.054 . 1041 . 1.00 . 8.937 . 7: . i,m . 1,361 . 8,704 14.873 ' 11.9j 1,917 1671 1,688 ' 1.398 S61 494 1,66 - 1.K43 1,389 lilss Ashley's maj.. BXKVKNTR DISTRICT. ! . ! ,.,! ' John T. Wilson.' Osear P. Moor. Arlams . Gallia.. Jackson .... 1,089 !... Lawreno Soioto..,. Vinton.. Wusoa'i aujH TWTLFTH DI8THICT. Fairfield...,. Hooking,.... Perry. l'inkaway ... I'ike..,.,.... lioss.... .... '. M l ' "!I,01S M'l I .. 8.47J ..I .!,-.!. 1,86 .., .... 1,810 1.678 ; ... 1.334 '"LOT ... 1,374 T .v.VltlJH "' 13,783 ';. , ,'.o45 ". .... 1,838 . i. .;';)".,. ,. in WDs 8. Jon, i P. Vaa Tramp. 1,187' ' ' '-!- S.417" ! ' ,1,118 .:.'(:.. . Vll 1,70 .. . ,,).:. . 108. ,,, i ..... .os .1 '', . ! 1,048 1.6IJ (.... .!1 ' ' 'M . ' 103S .' H,5:' v Tan Tramp's swi 310 I TH1BTKB.NT1I DI81MCT, V. Dolano. Geo. W, Morgan. Coihooton ... finon.... .... yioking Muikiugum.. .; l.HW 8.9)3 3,37 4.647 13.9D7 .4a 1.537 4.0JO 4.9(13 is.'ws 13967 871 r I V: Morgan's msj tVOURTKKNTU P1STKICT. M. Wplker. J. B. Young. 3.147 H.1I0 Ashland... Hoi Bias Lorain 4.301 l.TO . Medina.. T. ........... 8.781 Vw.Vl...,.,.H.,. 81,7 1.645 3 404 11,47 1 13,494 11.467 W ksr's maj. ........ l.otff, ... I ..'.'( 1 VIVTHKNTR TtlRTBirjT. . . li T. A. Plants M. 1). Follett, Athens.. Meigs... Monroa ' ! 840 .1.84 .,, ft T)" , , 1,1611 10,763' 1,064 Mnrsan Wasnington.,... ! . . , I " ! ' "''J - , . 11 ' o Plant's maj.., i ' M.7-1 SIXTEENTH DISTRICT. " J. A. Bingham C.H. Mlhshensr. llelmont ..... (Guernsey... Harrison. ... Noble ' Tuscarawas. t , . . 3.606 . 8.706 . 1.088 , 1 147 ., 8 98 13,369 11,947 1,423. 8 669 1.913 1.6M 1 701 ' S.S2S 11.947 Bingham's maj. 8KVINTF.KNTH DISTRICT. - E. li. Eokley L. Schaefer CaToll. 1.7(3 ' llfll . (Mnmblana 4.248 1S78. Jefferson 3.174 ... 1,781 , Slark....; 4.781 - 3.U78 13 8)7 9,876 975 Eckley's maj.....J.. 4.841 , - ... EIGHTEENTH .DISTRICT.. , , R. P." raiding. (.' ft. ayTJ, Cuyahota 8,447 0.714 Lake.. 111 673 tiuuimitt.. t ' .... . j Spalding's maj j 2 MlNKTKRNTn DISTRICT. '".'. ! J.A. OarSeld. 1.C. Holomsn iihtabul". 5.001 931 Gcausa 3.488 401 Mahoning 1.933 ' ' .1.876 Portage 8 841 1 Truuiouil... 4.5J8 1,787 n 18.I8J j 7,378 I Garfield's maj 10.988 7.378 1.B19 1 678 itm ' 1.827 1 .. 1.8,171 :... LOCAL NEWS. The Athletics. The Athletic Base Ball Club played Sat nrday afternoon, on their grouuds on Cleveland aveuue, their closing game of the season. Pleasant and exklliratlng was tbe closing exercise. Marriage Licenses. , There were sixteen marriage licenses is sued from the office of the Probate Judge Of this county during last week, as follows : On Monday 2, Tuesday 4, Wednesday 4 Thursday 1, Friday 2. and on Saturday 2. The Fakir. Vishnu, the Fakir, s Ives his first "Pecu liar Entertainment" at the Athcneum this evenlnr. At this entertainment every one who attends, is to receive a useful present. Tbe Fakir, as his title implies, is a presti Bigitateur, a necromancer, magician, &c. County Infirmary. There were seven persons admitted Into, Bind three discharged from, the County In jlrmary during the week ending Saturday, Oct. 20. This makes the nresent total num ber of Inmates in the institution, 173. The brick work on the new winir has been re sumed, and la rapidly progressing toward completion. Not Done at the Depot. There bas been, we learn, during the lr week, considerable talk among passen ecn arriving here, about money said V.j have been stolen at our depot from a passenger on a rauroaa iraini ue are assi1 J.e() Upon gooa aumonty, mat tnis is r.0 go.'The stealing was done on the crATt jong before tne tram reacnea tne aepo jn tn8 city. Sale of a Valuable Horse. waiter A. uun, w who 0WJ1. larOT anu valuable farm in"Madlsoii countv. Dur chased at the Oh'l0 state Fair just closed at vayion, irom i Ae88rg. Leonard & Reed, the famous 8tallirjn.'MBrfeckinrjdgB, gired by iexingw). By dam oiencoe,"for the sum oi 9 4)ooo. ' We' .inrlorafanrl r.hnh Mr. Tlnn lntinrla taktn g him to his farm for the purpose of !in jroviog the breed ot horses In Madison .'Mint.-. - . .': II ... ' : ' t ... ,L. The Laying of the Corner Stone Postponed. ponea. In consequence of the necessary absence of the Arcbbl8bop.from this dlccese at the time heretofore appointed, Sunday, Oct. 28, for laying the corner stone of the new Catholic ' Church or Cathedral on Broad street, that ceremony has been postponed till the second Sunday in November. The corner stone of tbe Cathedral will,, there fore, be laid, with the ceremonies usual on such occasions, on Sunday, Nov. 11. Journalana. . ; Saturday's Morning Journal contains a notice of a new work entitled " Women of tbe War; Her Heroism and Self Saoritlce." The author ot Women-Tier" must be nearly as accomplished a critic as the gov ernor of the Journal. ; " i . The same paper speaks of its correspond aent m jaarysviuc, logan county, wq Jtiave heard, of Marysville, 'the' county- seal. .of Union county; , but this , piary sviile ill Logan county, is probably a new Will tbe correspondent of tbe Journal ro-f siding there, luroish its readers with a de 'scrlptlon of the place? ' ' "i : " ' The Fire on Saturday Evening. Our citizens were startled at about sb o'clock on Saturday evening by an alarm ol Are. The Are was found to be In a frame building on an alley between Sixth and Seventh streets and South Public lane and Franklin street, owned and occupied by A. Schaup as a broom factory. It originated la' the upper part of the building where broom corn was stored, and. was caused,, it is supposed, by an'Incendiary. I ,The Fire Department were; speedily on tne ground with the three steant onginesj and worked with their usual despaixm and energy. By pouring constant and . copious streams of water on the burning building and on the surrounding ones,' the iormet was partially saved, and the latter entirely protected. Buildings almost adjoinlngere not even scorched. The ripper part of MY. SchAup' shop was destroyed, and a part of the lower portion;. He, .lost quantltyof troom corn and a Jot of brooms.. We are 1 nnable to give any reliable estimate of the amount of his loss. 'Jl ""' 1 Atrocious Robbery. iA most atrocious robbery was pcrpe. tratod upon one of our citizens on Satur day night. The following aretho pilncl pal facts, as nearly at wo have been able to obtain them: i -,' ,j . ' 4 Mr. Madison W. rlaco, traveling agent tor Messrs. Ebcrly & Shedd, who resides at No. 184 East State s.treet, returned to the city on Saturday evening on the Cleveland road from a trip up north. At about half 2' u ...I . i.iui.n 1, u IT V II. iii.-iwiuvni.vf and shortly ottorwariL pasod Into the yard In' tho rear of Ills' dwelling'." "While there he was attacked by man who attempted to rob him of his pocket-book and of vari ous sViins of money', he had in,' differ it t places in his clothing. In the struggle Mr. l'laee was stabbed in the breast and In one af m, Inflicting severe, but not dangerous wounds. His clothing was also cut In sev eral places betides. Ills assailant seized lilnbyjtlie beard,- ans attempted bythat means to hold him, but finding that inef fectual; he Utruek Mr. 'Place h heavy blow on the mouth with a stone, loosening four V his upper teeth, causing a copious effu- on ot blood, and producing a momentary Insensibility. 'The villain took from Mr.-riiqe Jils pocket-book and money amounting to seven hundred and Ave dollars, and a draft .in favor of Eberly jt Shedd forslxty or seven ty dollars. Just as the robber was finish ing his Infernal work, a couple of gentle men whe bad, Jo the meantime, caller,! yJt, jir. riiice's nouse, sua nau neara a noise in the back yard, came out of the house to Jbe scene of action. The robber, upon their approach, made a sudden exit ore 'the fence and escaped with his booty, . , ! AVe understand that two men recently let loose from the Penitentiary, were ar rested in a street car yesterday, on sus picion of having been concerned in tills robbery of Mr. Tlace. They were locked up for examination to-day. What ground (here Is for, suspecting them we do not know. The Pioneer Picnic. (The ricnlc ef'the-Franklin ttonnty Pioneer . AsociaHon was,t according to ap pointment, held at the County Fair Crouds on Saturday lusty Or i. 20. There was a large attendance pf the old pioneers, their fami lies and friends. It was a most pleasant and delightful social gathering of the old and young, and many were the interesting reminiscences related of the olden times In the early settlement of our county. Well furnished tables were spread In the Fruit Hall, and all partook of the abundant repast in the enjoyment of mu6h social chat and gaiety. After the collation, the company repuired to the Agricultural Im plement nail, where they were addressed, by Hon. S. Galloway, of this city, who r0 extracts irom iq. Martin's History of Franklin county. The reading of, these extracts led to various comments sd rela lions by the old pioneers, and a 'neral in terchange ot narrative and .'necdoto en sued. we give a specimen or t 0 a gnuirrcl hunt in 1818 was mention .ed, which was got ten up Dy resuieiusolij iambus and viclni- ty. Of those who pin ,'ciclpated in that hunt, four were present t the plcnlc-Col. Cook, now or bharon to wn8hip, A. Mooberry, Geo wnite, JSeisor. f009, christian Hevl. and Jesse Baugh-raan, After the hunt, nil who took part 'lti t) met at Mr. Mooberry's, and partooK (,f a dinner prepared by Mrs. Moobe fry wu0 wa present at the. picnic A discussion arose as to who, amonsfthc residents now living, was the first one oorn within the present limits ol Columbus. It was generally agreed among the old pioneers that the person entitled tp that distinction was Miss Kezlah Hamlin, now mn. jvezian irooas, moiucr oi u. u Brooks,' of the firm of Brooks & Merlon. She was said to have beerf born near South Public lane,. on what was then known -as McGowanVinil.' v In such recollections and memorials of the good old- times long past bv the after noon was passed to the mutual satisfaction and pleasure of all present. After an agree ment" to -hold another plcnlc-h the Fair Grounds, some time In June next, tbe day to be fixed upon hereafter, the bid pioneers and their friends separated with a genera exchaugeof good wishes. Wilberforce University. This Institution, is' located three and a half miles northeast of Xenia, Greene county, Ohio. ' It was sold ' to' the colored people' in 1863. ' They have succeeded In liquidating- most of ;the r debt., Jt Js now managed and controlled entirely by them selves. In April, 18C5, the main building of this Institution was destroyed by Are. They are how making an effort to re-build have laid tho foundation, which includes the basemeqtj story and are putting up the western wlnz ofthe main building, which they desire to complete during, the present fall. It is highly proper that the colored people stiould be'-eneou raged in re-build lng Wilbcrlorce,. University, and in edu cating themselves. J. Q. Mitchell, one of the Professors of the Institution, is now tn the city, soliciting aid. We cheerfully commend this enterprise to' the notice ot our moneyed men, and trust they will con-l tHbate liberally'. It is especially desV&blel that those who make such loud jjjoiesslons of love for the colored men, and who have abundant means, will give with unsparing, liberality; they have now the opportunity of really and substantially benefiting thelrj African brother. Let him have a good, lift' In Coiumbus. - A Breakdown. , Another breakdown occurred yesterday aiwrnooui oniNorin Jiign Btreet, ai me crossing ofthe C, & I, C.road. ; It happenei to a lady and gentleman tiding In k buggy At (he railroad crossing, an axle broke; fore wheel fell off; the buggy was tlppi over on one side, and the horse commences .kicking violently. TM lady, with great agility and presence of mind, 'triade lier exit, unrnjorwloutof the-hinderypart of the buggy - The gentleman suoreeded Iri getting out with somtf slight scratches and bruises. The horse, in his kicking frolic, broke .the .shalts and smashed In tho .fore part of tbe' buggy, before the bystanderi could bring him to terms '. .v, Emigrant Report. ' The number of emigrants that passed thlfe point during last week rwas, 671; of jwhorA 337 designed settlement In Ohio, 117 la Mis souri, 65 Iri Illinois, 59 In Indiana, 19 in Wis consin,. In Kontuoky, yaia Xeppeseee, C. H. CAMPEN, Emigrant Agent. FRANKLIN COMMON PLEAS. SATURDAY, Oct. 20. The trial In the casepf Whitchurst & Cartf . against ooph-BSdenfols ' was con tinued!. The examination! of witnesses on ! the part Of Kodenfcls was nofc concluded wueu iiioyuurii aujuunicu at noon tin nine o'clook Monday morning. DISCHARGE OF PRISONERS. No Indictments having been returned -by lbs Graud.Jury against, the following persons, the Court, on motion, entered an order discharging them from imprisonment 4a .the connty Jail t Eliza, Murphy, Heze- klab Douglas, John Hearse, Asa Itecse and i Tnli n Warrno ' I The above-named' Asa jResc, Jt will tej iecollccted, Is the person who, not long Ince, was arrested at Chllllcotho, brought to this city and lodged in our county. Jail, (fn charges involving two burglaries, horse Stealing and grand larceny, in this that on a certain nlqhChe. broke Into 'tli!T'e table" of Jame H.tKeil, tliere(stole luable niare bnd a set of harness, then' jirobecded to the stable of Peter Rhodes, on Eighth street, south of Broad, took there a new, buggy and another set of harness, hitched Mr. Neil's mare to,Mr, Rhodes' buggy, and throve the same olgrtt toward-CbUlleothe With such'Taplditj' that the mare'fell dead in the road a short distance on this side of that city. Such are in brief the facts as spread be-1 fore the public by Mr. Nell aniTlhtf officer Who accompanied blm to Chilllcothe, where Itbe arrest was made. There is In thefpubjic mind some little curiosity to know why the accused has not been Indicted, and how Jt has happened that he Is how at largei 'II Js a common supposition that the witnesses f gainst him did not appear Court, as hey were bound to do by their 'recegnlz- lances, in order that they might be sent to 'the Grand, Jury, . W are not .oIDcl ally ad vised whether this was so or. npt, bn.'c .ap prehend that It was. Is there no, way in such case of compelling.the attendance of defaulting witnesses before the 'GraudlJui'yf If there is, why was not such attendance enforced in so flagrant a 'ase as the public were, told this- was ? ( , ( We put tliesotiuestlons for obvious wn-J sons. Ir the case of this prisoner, as in other cases, the county, we understand, Is" charged with, a heavy bill, of .costs, by fho offlcerf 'making 'the arrest; tho couni has to pay the Sheriffs bill for boarding the ac cused, and other incidental expenses grow ing, out, of bis arrest and mprlsojiinent, Ami aft er ail, there Is apparently an entire failure of justice. We do not impute blame to any one, but Wd do say, that In this, as in other cases of discharge. from Imprisonment, under simi lar circumstances, the people of the county, and especially the tax-payers,' are entitled to demand, and should have, some explana tion from some sonrcec ; -! ; 'i . r r Opera House. Blchard III was produced at the Opera House On' Saturday ' night to the general gratification of the audience. The leading characters were well "sustained bj Messrs. Albaugh and Hamilton, and by Hisses Mitchell and Gordon. Many passages in flils famous tragedy received an excellent rendition. To-night, the great popular drama of Our Mutual Friend will be produced with a cast, scenery and other appliances lti. will insure a complete and faithful rendi tion of the entire play, corresponding with the plot, personages and incidents Jn Dick-: ens' celebrated novel.' Manager Raymond; in bringing forward this grteaf play in the manner . he has done, has . prepared ,a dramatic eutertainment which all should enjoy. Freaks of a Runaway Horse. About four o'clock yesterday afternooq a horse attached to an empty buggy, came running south, down North High street at a pretty rapiu rate,, l ersons on tne Blue walks attempted to stop blm, but as he .bad no bridle on,, prphaDly having slipped It off, when be took it into his head to run away, there, was no chance to seize blm by the Head. On he ran till i at. the. crossing of State street, he turned, or was turned, east down that; street to Third; thence south on Third street to Town ; ttience west on Town street ' to nigh t y thence, north' on; High street to tho alley between State and. Town Turning west Into that alley, he entered livery stable and passed through it to the back yard, where ho Anally' halted or ''was brought to a full stop. In bis wild, .mean dcring career he had broken the buggy. .but bad nimsell escaped .uninjured, j , , ' No Criminal Record. The Mayor's docket, so far as the lnfllc tlon oi fines and penalties Is concerned, was a blank during the last two days of last week. No one appeared before his Honor on either Friday or Saturday morn- Vorked bn thVchaln-gang, or sent to tbe City prison or County jail. We are glad to see some evidence that the number of per sons who sometimes behave as though they considered these things luxuries, gradually diminishing... We hope .this, diminution Js real and not merely apparent.-1 x v v Bills Allowed. At a session Of the Co'Unty Commission ers on Saturday, Oct. 20, the following bills were allowed : Rohletter & Rlttert:tor palntlng-oa Jail, 18.50 ; Columbus Cabinet Coj furnltiireifor Recorder's office, $10.90 J;1 Wi Wi West- water, gas fixtures for Jail, $197.24; J.D, Osborn, matting1 for tho Common Pleas Court, oom8,' :f45.60l; CW newspaper oTflce, blanks ior Auditor's office, $10; Sheriff Domigan, for boarding tbe prisoners in Jail tor the quarter ending Sept. 30, 18(50, $1,4760." Probate Court. The following appointments were made last week by the Probate Court of this county: ")': I! in I . John Jlathmell appointed Administrator of, Jullanj M., Bowman, deceased. Bond $5000. John Helpman appointed Guardian ,of Jane Allen, aged 14 yearsi child and heir 'of Philemon Allen, late of Madison township, deceased. Bond$1200;"Iil.'ii: ,).u John J. Vogelgesang appointed Guardian of -.Elizabeth .Stellar,, aged 11 years, an Martha Stelier, aged 10 years, children an heirs -or Valentine' Stelier, late of ColumL bus, deceased. . Bond $900. - t .r- -rj- i i i ii.'i, ' Wholesale Millinery Goods. Tin larirest And cheapest stock of Milling ey'jpoods ever, brought to'thls city caft be v., a i .'-.i? '. c,.i,i,r In.' tn'iVlv- Dres and Cloak Trlmsisdns. The most complete stock; of Dress and! Cloak Trimmings fn the city) wBl fcon at A. C. Hiiadley & Co.'s. . . IM H ci..Miv.; I'M Tt latest novelties of cloaklngs reccitcdl tbl day at A cAHeadlcy Cfs. Cloaks) made to order on short notice. - OC17-2W A. C. Headlby & Co. have Just received the largest and most elegant stock of drese fgbOM'e v troUgBftd tlils city."-' ocl7-w Auction Bale af ,Isb preyed Cl?f( rap-rf. A. fells & Brother will sell at auction on the premises, on Tuesday, Oct. 23, 1800, at ljQcIbcIc AHVfflii substantial Brick Dwelling House, containing four dwelling apartments of four rooms ench, renting for jjurtv dollars per month ; situated on tbe corner of Latham street and Johnstown Pike, In Robert Neil's addition to the city cured by mortgage, with interest. Tbe 'purchaser will receive a good warrantee deed for the premises. Sale positive. pCllstTuSaAMo fa IJ O. of Columbusrbelng parts. af LoU Nosf), f TerraB of sale ,wtl bo, $500.00 dowp and 1 ttie balance fh thVc'e ahtinal payments se Afresh Supply Of Coe's Coucrh Balc.am the arreatest rem- fm conghs, coldsj whooping cougU, smir ail lung complaints is receivuu anu iur gale at our drag stores. ' Cos's Drsriei'SiA CcRB,tbe only remedy discovered that will surely and permanent ly cure dyspepsia, Indigestion, sick-headache, 'and to enable dysplptlcs 0 eait hearty fooO without fear of distress, can be ob- ioou witnout iear oi uiBirusu, cu w famed at oil pur druf stores. v A "l7-d&wl" T' AUi A). , Jndwkstioi and Inndtrition Is, the fouidafipri of consumption. All 'scTentlflo physicians 'admit this, and nearly all are becoming copvlnced ,at pure liquor, com bined" with vegtt ible Temedles, which kca directly on the digestive organs, are tho remedies Indicated. , It Is admitted by our most learned pliy 'sfclaus. that DrBobaofc's Bitters,coinb.IjpJ the properties of a gentle laxative, an ef ficient antl-billious agent, and the best stomachic known to the world. It is also acknowledged bractloal clicmlrfts trbe the safest ana surest . preventive io btllous derangement; jegulatiug ..the . By stem' jt)4, giving tono to the digestive organs. 4 ladies in delicate' health Vlll flrjd 1? sifltj ed. to their use i h Is "also highly recom mended to mother! while nursing. It con tains invigorating jwieer for enervated sya-temsJ-'" '" i ': I .': Convalescents should use the Bitter to strengthen' the prostration which alw ys follows acute disease;' ; i,;. I; Wholesale Millinery Goods. DIED: LINDANMAYER In this olt. Hataraar afler Boon. October 20.1808. Louts Wilbblmihb, ldoat danehter'of Jacob and Dnretha Llndanmayer, afvd 11 rears, 11 munths and 117 days. - , The funeral will take plaoS from tbe resldane of tbe parents, No. 137 South street, between Konrth sod Fifth streets, this tjlondaj) aftsrnoiW at 1 o'clock. ' - '--I ' . ' New Advertisements PHILLIPS HOUSE, . SOUTHWEST COR. BIS IN AND THIRD STREETS, DAYTON, OHIO, L. REIBOLD' Proprietor, ti. O. McMilliK, Chief CUrk; ' ' -1 octal dtfr - . , .; ,'".'' WEVETT & C Oi, " " (8rjCCBSSO8 TO DAVIS 'CO.) r a ;v i Manufsetorsrs xf t. ' A f STOCK, CREAK AND BOTTLED ALES', v. NORTH BREWltY,?, 119 Nor Front fStre " ' C01.UMBU8, Ohio, Havenow on "band rfttll snpply ef 8tnek and ether Ale, of the er best quality, and are eonsUoU manuiacturlnit. from the best materials. Stock; Cream and Bottled Ales, .":'.' .70 '' ,-n i,r Which will be sold as low as th same qualities can be had in this region. " . With nnremittios attention to bnalnees snd sde termined effort to please erry reaseoabl rteste m to theqoeliti and flaror of their brewinur, tbajr aope for and solicit tbe encouragement of the people pf Columbus and surrounding oountry. octXHlliA-r 1 : rr- sf Mrs. S. B, (hase,,', Mrs. R, E. Jones. NO. 2 OPERA HOUSE. r TTA VlltC rOBMED . A PARTItKH. EX rbip Tor the porpoee of establishing an Empo rium for Children's 1'lain and Fanor Clothing, we wouia raspeouniij m fiicn tnv paironafe oi me l,a dies of Volumbusand rieinity, A l.rge arietr of Stamped Yoke, jnit received, whiijh will be sold as low as an in the oi ty. Stanipin for Bmiiline; snd Embroidery, latest strlas of iuiportod patterns, will receive propipt at tention, .i The department for th manufacture of Orna mental Iiair Jewelry, Curls, Braids, Puffa, Switches, and all other articles required to oomplMt a fashion able style of Hair Dreuins;, harins: been larg.ly in oreased.va ars aer pvpairedtvfiJlaUiopitsf wh csrsaod promptDww... ...,.,j.fv ,i Ladii I and ganllemea dsairlrg anr artiols of Jew elry, will please call- end examine our Book of Fsi terns, eomprising th Iates,t style of Chaias, Brao lets, Rinxs, Cliarins, Ao-.i. , .. .l, ., . oeuutf-r i ;., ,,. ..i..ijj', j,.,-, , , MflTIPC, Til . rmiTtlnnTf.9 iiwiivi. iw uuiiiiinwtuiia :;;.prncj5 ohio penitent! atix.i f. S BALED PROPOSAL) WILIi Bit HE oeiyed at tbis office until MONDAY, WOVEM BEKltKh,18fi.at 18 o'clock M.. for the labrfr of about OWK UUNllKtiU COM VICTS, for the term of fire years, or less. '-, 1. 1 u ,i u ... , i Hhoproom furnished and disoipHne maitrtalned at th" "xrensenf the State. " " Bidden will spe-ify the class of labor, namtng rath article Ui be manufafltnnil. thanrln nrAm.u. fsr labor, tne namber Q( men, aoo) SMsaunt of shsv- jooin re,qiwtl vl i ,' f I . ajjT r.acn proposal must no aeoomnatnea bya Solid, itil (ood SecdritT. conditioned thai Ik tttM. of tha acoepianceof the bid, the party making it will en ter into oeutraot with the. Directors and Warden, aoonrdin to law and the terms of their bid, . , The Direotors and W arden retery the rfchshoJe tcruiine what branches, of business will best subset-re the interest of the 8tate and 'fend to promote the welfare of the eonyiots, and will be guyerned aocordingljr in their acceptance of prormia.1. ue uai swOsf JOHN MILLIH, John Houoh , i Directors. ,' "f! oct3Vdwi IUCHE3 & M001TO.1 designers and Engrarcrs bn WooJ. l0BTBAlT3,'ti rr"f n-?o t-f VIIWS Of BUltBIrTOS3- ,.v . MACHIflfcRY. ET0W y Exeonted in the 'bignest Vtyls of th4 Aft. T fit Lodge; Notaries Publlo. 'Conhty Officers, io- xectited in the best possible manner. " Ofr KIE-JOT Huutb High street; Robiri Vdi 10. Third st)ry Mason buildjua, Columbus, ObJo4 ecii(fc-aiy - ,,, .