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E. B. FJSHFX.triAIV, Editor. PRINTED1 AND PUBLISHED BT '.' The Ohio Statesman Company. COLUMBUS, OHIO! ! ; T17F.SD IT MOHNI, - NOV. 5, , f3P" The Ohio Statesman Daily, TriWVeelcly, and Weekly has at this time the 1.ARGE8T AG6RE. C3AXE CIRCULATION ofaajr Pa. per la Colnrabna or Ceatral Ohio. Ill In makes It the heat AdTertlalna; Mediant of aay paper la this city. Speech of Hon. S. S. Cox. On the outside of tbe Statesman this morning will be found the speech deliver ed at Cooper Institute, New York city, on the evening of the 3lst of October, on the occasion of a tremendous Democratic rati fication meeting. It is, decidedly, one of Mr. Cox's best campaign speeches, and that ia saying a great deal. Bead it. Amply will It repay perusal. Election News To-morrow. We think the Democrats can prepare themselves for the reception of good elec tion news to-morrow 'morning. The tele graph informs us that the election excite-, nient in New York is intense; that the Democrats are confident of victory, while the Republicans are the reverse, bat yet - hope for success. Private advices assure us that there is no doubt of a Democratic victory. The news from the Bay State' (Massachusetts) will astonish everybody. .The great reaction that last April com menced in Connecticut is gathering force and strength as it moves along. News of the Day. GENERAL NEWS. Gout cloned in New York yesterday at 140. A light snow fell In Indianapolis nearly all day on the 30th ultimo. New York papers complain of the leaky roofs of their ferry-boats. Tub farming towns in Vermont are said to be decreasing in population. To take a lady to the opera in New York, if done "respectably," is said to cost twenty dollars. A Policeman in Nashville knocked down the Mayor of that city a few days since. Oarroting has become very frequent In Newark, N. J-, of late. New Jersey contributed $5 000 to' tbe American Bible Society during September. Over 40,000,000 gallons of sorghum syrup are annually manufactured in the United States. ; A scarcity of water is complained of in Mobile, and fears arc entertained in case of a fire. - One hundred and twenty-nine applica tions under the Bankrupt law have been iiled In the District Court of Indiana. , The new Portland Custom House is to be of granite, one hundred and thirty-eight feet long by sixty-eight feet wide. . k The notorious ex-rebel, Belle Boyd, lec tured to an audience of forty persons in Lexington, Ky., last week. , - It Is announced that a woman in New Orleans, not yet forty, has just married her eighth husband. A Boston paper says the modification of the bounty law of Massachusetts by the last Legislature, saves that State $1,000,000 annually. A new paper called Freedom's Watchman has just started at Murfreeaboro', Tenn. The Weekly Patriot is the title ot a new Re publican paper just issued at Clarksvllle, Tenn. - - .-A woman in Providence, R. L, refused to ' marry her lover on the very day assigned for the wedding, because he had shaved off his moustache. . Count db Montalembert, who has been passing some time in Belgium for the ben efit of his health, has returned to Paris much better, but still in a delicate state. ' , The Chicago and Alton Railway Com pany has been mulcted in the sum ot three thousand dollars by a Springfield, Ill-Jury, for running over a boy five years old, re-, cently. The venerable ex-Governor Levi Lin coln, of Massachusetts, has survived five of his successors in the Governor's chair. He is several years past the age of man as allotted by the Psalmist. A brook trout weighing two and a half pounds, and measuring IG inches in length and 9J in girth, was caught at Mid dlefield, Conn, a few days since. - Several pickpockets, disguised asQuak- ers, got into the yearly meeting ot tbe Hickslte Friends, at Baltimore, yesterday, and relieved many ot the members of their watches and pocket-books. The first newspaper printed in New Hampshire was the New Hampshire Gazette, issued one hundred and eleven years ago. The Gazette still exists, under Its original title in Portsmouth. Cardinal Antonelli is reported to have . said to the Irish Bishops at Rome, ''You . see Fenianism is worth something. It has brought the Irish question towards a set tlement." The Wilmington and Weldon railway, North Carolina, have placed eating cars on their road, in which meats and other arti cles of food are cooked and served hot to travelers at reasonable prices. The author ot the "Euide d a Ceremonial" says that it is the proper thing for a gen- . tleman, on marrying a widow before the expiration of her mourning, to put on weeds for his lamented predecessor. It is reported that ripe strawberries were ' gathered in the open air at Newton, Mass, last week. The Canadian papers lament the contin ued emigration from the ''Dominion" to the United States. The Germans of Frederick, Md, are about to purchase thirty-eight acres ot land for a shooting park. Fifteen Sisters of Charity have gone to Memphis from New Orleans, to nurse the yellow fever patients. Of one hundred and twelve members drawn for a jury In a county in Louisiana but a i Hi far the of & of It ot agi the twenty-five are white men. Several newspapers in Iowa favor Sen ator Harlan for next President, and there is a movement to bring him out as a can didate. It costs $10,000 for Queen Victoria and her suite to travel from Winsor Castle to Balmoral, a distance of 602 miles. It is stated that one of the features of a journal with Fenian leanings, published in London, is a department with the news of the day turned into verse. Nearly 66,000 francs were found in the hovel of an old beggar woman, who died reeently near Alencon, France. The population of Brussels has dimin ished 1089 during'the past year, "in conse quence," says an official report, "of the excessive mortality caused by the chol era." ; . In England, not long since, a ferret kill ed in one night, 32 fine turkeys, 12 chick ens and 16 ducks, arranged the fowls in a circlef and was caught asleep in the center oi it The National Debt—Taxation. Tbe heavy national debt, now pressing upon the people as an incubus on their in dustry, is beginning to excite that atten tion, which the advocates of the doc trine that a national debt is a national blessing, will find makes no proselytes to their doctrine. The New York Herald, commenting upon the fact that one-third, at least, of every man's property Is responsible for the In debtedness of the State and the nation, and the owner must pay in taxes the interest on that vast debt, and that not only does taxation so onerous not exist anywhere else, but it was, perhaps, never before known in the history of society, says i- "In looking over the tax tables it seems had enough. As officially shown In the lreasury Department reports, the load that the nation statrcera under natnrnllv appals the thought of a people that less uiau a aecaue since was almost the only one on earth that hardly knew what a tax- gatherer was. But what is seen in the table-, bad as it is, is not the worst. The figures show only what was paid in, only what lound its wav to the Government-. inffin. and that may have been the smaller part of ... i. .. . - . i . niiitu was umea iroin me people, lax gatherers with us are corrupt beyond all possible precedent. Ponularonl nlnn hurrl. ly makes the distinction between a revenue m... ..J . .1 - o. , ,". . on:. nizeu fact that this class of func s i iiuury seeits position only to acquire am-iriaA v.-f . ....... . HUB, UV VI1C til bueiu I ionune. tnat no one ot them anv lonirtr Mi ollrl nnnn rv Homo Ir called upon to deny it I through any supposed necessity to seem honest. From remote times the taxzatb erer was a scoundrel, publicans were rob berg and the friends of robbers, and the Christian text classes "the publican and the taxgatherer" as one in repute and per formance: ana tnose oia teliows stole a measure of cummin, may be, or a skin of wine. .Perhaps some fellow of unusual boldness here and there may have taken a taienc ot silver. What Disrmles of Blun der ! Hundreds of thousands of dollars make the small dust in the balance of our revenue collectors, and a place Is hardly worth tbe intrigues bv which it is Grained if it does not promise a round million aoove all contingencies for a term." The national debt in I860, under a Dem ocratic administration, was $64,769,703, In 1S63, under Radical administration the national debt, as estimated, will be $3. .000,000,000, and the annual .interest there- on, $180,000,000. . Thn Pvnnnaoa nf th TTnu-j Cfot. n ine expenses or the United States Gov- ernuieni, unner a democratic admibistra- Hon, for the four years ending 1861,' were 97- 7ss noft -KV.,. )h. tt, .out .. ui n.ic Kuvcruuiciib Ull- uer a Kimeal administration, were $2,784,- 976,394 ; whereas, for seventy two years pre- vious to 1861 they only amounted to a total nf SI 411 7ori 7ac ir , . , o..c , lu i co yeans of Radical rule over that of all the years of every sort of rule previous, $1,353,185,- 6)81 These fibres, cleaned and mart . . . T r ...... c em j.OTK noria, is a simple oi tne cost or Radical rule. Mr. Dawes, of Massachusetts, a Radfool member of Congress, in his place .in that body, gave as bis deliberate opinion that tne party of which he was a member, and whtch came into power upon protessions of n.rr.-n, ,i ,f.i u reform and retrenchment, have suffered more money to he stolen the first year of the war, than was expended during the last year of the last Democratic Admin- ,.,.. I requiring a greater amount per annnm , v.- -u r ". "'" "- tire national oeoi or ixreat Britain, the party in power refuses to allow to be taxed. All other wealth, all other prop- orMr la ho.. t. . " f'"fi""u or taxes, for State, county, township, mu- nicipal, school and poor purposes; these alone, are exempt. These bonds, purchased with greenbacks at. a time when the Government currency was worth from one-third to one-half their face in gold-the interest required to y.v. gicai, L.iau in uora uie courts would noid it usurious, the owners now claim must be paid, not in the currency in which they were purchased, dollar for dol lar, but in cold, which would add more t'lan one third to their value adding eight hundred and seventy million dollars to the debt of the nation, and that amount as a bonus to men who refused to loan their money until they were certain it was sale investment, and then rlrnvn tho hanl-1 est bargain they could, before they would part with a single cent. I I x I- he -Put The Civil Rights Bill Declared Unconstitutional. In the Court of General Sessions at Do- ver, Delaware, on Tuesday last, in the case of usu, ,i ueiug proposea by the prosecuting officer to present the ".lUH' ",B "P'a'u oamuei uen- i ny, a colored man, objection was made by fw. Pr..r.Wn nAnnnol U U J, I the laws of Delaware do not Derm it colored testimony when there are competent white witnesses. Chief Justice Gilpin ruled that the testi mony be admitted, because, he said, it had been customery in his court to permit pros ecuting witnesses to testify, even if they were colored ; but he gave as his opinion from the bench, upon a point which could well be settled now as at any other time, that the civil-rights bill ot Congress, bo as it assumed to regulate and control admission or rejection of testimony in Delaware, which was regulated by the laws the State, was inoperative and void. Judge Wooltoa concurred, and Judge Wales dissented. In case of a decision to this effect by the court, an appeal to the court above would doubtless be sustained. for M I ww the in by men self to we are About Gold Pens. we have received from G. W. Gleason Co., Opera House building, a soecimen their gold pens, the best we have used is from the manufactory of Kurtz & Monaghen, New York, successors in a di rect line of John Eendell, who, in 1S44, invented the first machine for making gold pens. Since then, the pens from this man ufactory have become so popular that in Europe they are the only recognized really good pen in use. Messrs. G. W. Gleason & Co., and their predecessors, J. H. Riley & Co., have sold these pens for the last eight years, and we have never heard a complaint. They are eighteen caret gold, and the points are warranted for six months. They are of all dizes, and the holders are of every style 1m nable, gold, silver and rubber, many ot them, ior their beauty and elegance are almirable birth day or Christmas presents. Without doubt the Kubtz & Honaghen pens are the best made, and G. W. Gleason and Co. have a fine supply ordered from makers. ' ' " The Civil Rights Bill unconstitutional. : The Superior Cosrt of Delaware has de cided that the Civil Bights Act is null and void. The question arose from an assault and battery case between a white man and a negro, and was sent up from the Quarter Sessions, A correspondent of the Age says: ' "Chief Justice Gilpin and Justice Woot ten held the act, so far as it attempts to in terfere with the rules ot evidence or mode ot procedure in the State courts, apsolutely vuiu. justice rvaiessaia, in view ot some decisions, and also of his own impressions, he was inclined to hold a contrary opinion; but on fuller argument this might be changed. ' "It was therefore ruled that the statute of the State remained unaffected by the civil rights act; in other words, that it is null and void so far as it attempts to in terlere with the judicial systems of the States.".- - ; .- j that San on fix York tices Anew office has been invented by her Majesty, that Of "Sergeant Surgeon Ex traordinary to her Majesty,'1 for the pur pose of . being bestowed on Mr. James yard wine. ing, Temperance vs. Politics. PrMmi"eit ue must be your can tn. didate, even if in other and minor matters The Temperance State organization, which met at Newark on the 29th, adopted an address and made their declaration of , principles: 1. . We will vote for no intemperate man of any party, for any office drunkards are unfit to hold office. 2. We will vote for no man known to be In favorof owning or keeping open saloons ana Deer gardens on the holy babbatli. 3. , We will vote for no man either, to make or execute laws, who is opposed , to the prohibition of the sale of intoxicating liquors ot any name, as a beverage. The Cleveland Leader takes issue with the above. First assuming, Pharisee like, that all Temperance men are Republicans, and of course all men tond of their glass. Democrats, it protests against the declara tion because it will hurt the Republican party. Its argument is a singular one, and is worth reading "In the consideration of this question we take it for granted, to begin with, that tnese temperance men are all ltenublicans. We know of no Democrat who believes in prohibition: we know of no man who is active in the temperance relorm who is not also, naturally and almost inevitably, a be liever in the anti-slavery and equal" Rights movements which have constituted the central ideas and vital principles of the ivcuuuircnii usriy. r? uiereiore appeal t&epuDiican party, we . ,r . i i the? "epubliean prohibitionists to consider wnecuer ttiev are not leonar- dizing not only the great principle of "i""' ". mme success or ,i. ........ r k. ki: t , IVr "1 "Y" V" yj cne very principle tor which they are struggling, whenever thev refuse their support to the Republican party, because, wiiuc ugnung a nooie Dattle tor another principle, it does not also take advanced ground on this. Practical men take the world as they find it, and consider what, ill the lisrhtof nlain rommnn-mnip n.-ill ha the result ot a course of action before they inaugurate it. We entreat temperance men to follow thW sensible and practical course. Let them consider that there are but two parties, the Union Republican and the Democratic; that, in view of the immense importance ol the issues at stake, a third party, organized on the Temperance basis, would not draw off one-tenth of the Re publican party. It is obvious, therefore. that any attempt to organize a Temperance party, or to make Temperance issues, out side the Republican party, will not succeed. Its only effect , will be to weaken the Re publican, and as a necessary consequence strengthen the Democratic party. In the present even political balance in this State, Buuu c" on me part ot tno Temperance mm wonlri result in D-iino- th star eminent, executive and legislative, into tne hands ot the Democratic party a party notoriously and bitterly o posed to anv liriunr. Kr f.hia nof.inn. I:h 'I'gniiunnra men would not only have overthrown the kqul Rights principle, in which they all l1lvi!!ut ' th?y .c,oult nav? utterly ,Pre .uu um iciumuuii ui iaeirwn wianes m regard to restrictive temperance le"isla- tlon. We trust that temperance men will reallze 'ue fact that temperance legislation ca? onl? be btned throng the Republi- " Pny, ana mat when they vote against inac party they vote against themselves. ' me Kepubican party must not over- ,rel?nt itself. It is carrying weight al- xtVrl opposed to the prejudices and passions of lne ignorant, one thing at a time, gen- "pT1i p- JVn? lor-8f ttV,ng tblf 1ae8tlo.n ot i.qual Rights is evidently and pre-emi- nen'Jy now. Other reforms must give way to this. When this is achieved, it wIbetimeto re-organlze parties on the . K,mJ. M k ".-""i noWm , ' ' Parties must be divided upon one issue. vuuvl uoucg wui(iill.uc AIIU confuse. The man that represents you in is your opposite. After the first grand issue, every new one is a hindrance. It eliminates from your party. If you insist uPn making your platform high, and de- V""""" win vote ior no mail wno noes not agree with you on every monl question, you will find that you can vote for only one man in the universe your- 8e"' ,n mis common-sense world this will your candidates unon ti, m. nmi.in.nt and essential issue. This issue now is the question of Equal Rights. The temper- Sgl.tap-enfc- -But the advocates of this movement say: 'We desire to effect our object through 108 xtepuDiican party : and we wish to re.- lorm mac nartv.' - TO tnis we answer ; Well and (rood ; we are with you in tliu work. But you can only reform that' par ty bv remaining- in it. not, hv nnnnsino-anrl ueieaung it. ii your tactics are to De con fined to Republican Drlmaries and within Bepubiican party, you will act wisely; uus wnen you nnc tnac party you ngbc y,lr oay friend and defeat your own in- crests. that in your pipe, Mr. Temperance man. and smoke it.- Your great moral re form is good, but It will hurt the great Ee- publican party. It is right, to make men by law, but you must'nt do it. It will hurt Ch asb or Grant or somebody else the Presidency, Jfegroism is a ereat moral reform, and it Wl8 .U riht for the Reserve T?i.r..,hii,.0na foree Negro Suffrage on the Republican nartv. W don't tonch onr drink, for that - . ' . a a a 11U1 L un inilll.l I I I V . The plead ingsot the Leader will have the effect of staying the Temperance organiza tion, in a horrr. The men who put forth address and platform, we take it for granted, knew what they were about. If they persevere they may produce a reform the members ot the Leader's own party forcing them to become Temperance in name if not in fact, and that of it-, will be something gained. It, as the Leader charges, all the Temper men are Republicans, then they ought' go in for a much needed reform in the re maining members of their party. If we, thought restrictive legislation would pro-' duce Temperance we should go for it as don't believe anything of the kind, we opposed to it. ... . . j a Negro Suffrage to be Tried Again. 'The Toledo Blade, in speaking of the de- feat of tbe Negro Suffrage amendment, says: ; 'The result Is by no means discouraging. Nearly1 200,000 electors of the State' of Ohio have shown by their ballots their willingness to do justice to an oppressed people. The work will' yet be accom plished." . - - -. And 216,987 voters of Ohio have declared their unwillingness to part with their- White man's right to rule the State. Their work is accomplished, for after so thorough a defeat, Negio Suffrage will never again be tried in Ohio. - . - s - . A majority of thel'members of the Leg islature who voted to submit the question, under a belief that it was popular, have been condemued by a popular verdict. The Legislature that by a three-fifths vote of each branch agreed to the submission, is now Democratic in both branches, aud Senator Wads, whose, re-election to the Senate was to be made certain by a sub mission, ia now the deadest man in Ohio. - While thus negro suffrage Vn Ohio was a b by a majority vote of over 50.000 a State where but one year previous party that adopted it had over 40,000 majority, it is at the same time the most crushing blow the Radical reconstruction scheme has yet received. "'" . The Working 3Ikn It is announced the Carpenters' Eight-hour League at Francisco is successful, and that its members get as much work as they can do the eight-hour system. An Idaho Mi ners' League has just been formed. They tbe rate of wages at $6 per day, and the ot greenbacks at 75 cents. ' ''. California correspondent of the New Times states that the bad success of California wines is owing to dishonest prac on the part of the wine makers, and he who gets his wine from the vine is more likly to get a poor than a bure He adds that the processes of doctor .dilution and adulteration were in at the very outset of tuat branch of industry. . . of r. is a tle cut Mistaken Economy. General Grant's policy of rednclng the expenses of the War Department and the several bureaus adjunctive thereto Is draw ing down upon his head tbe severe com ments of the press. While there is vast need of reform, the General seems to have commenced at the wrong end. He has discharged some fifty clerks from the Pay Department at Washington a Department materially behind in Its work, and the re sult is that hundreds an 1 thousands of ex army officers and ex-soldiers are left to complain that they cannot obtain a settle ment of their accounts with the Govern ment. It the General would only apply his brain in sweeping from office the wretched laz aronl, ' whose services could easily be dis pensed with, and remove the head of the Pay Department and put a business man in his place, who would make the clerks at tend to business, it would redound to his credit. As It is, he gets more curses than praise for his ill timed economy. The advance of the British army, known as the "Aysslnian Reconnoitering Party," under command ot Colonel Merewether, left Bombay, in three steamers, on Sept. 17th. It consists of one hundred native infantry and forty troopers, with officers ot engineers, fcc. : The party were expecting to leave Aden, on the 29th of September, for Massowah. The principal objects are to find a suitable harbor and shore for de barkation and location of some two hun dred steamers and transports, and a good route and post inland on the high land some sixty miles from the shore. It is probable that the landing place will be fixed in Annestey Bay, which i3 some dis tance south of Massowah. Our readers will have to search their Abyssinian maps now, If they wish to note the progress of this, the most important war at present being carried on. ' A K 1 ,.:... .l - " me ja" at r ranKllP, Ind., Thursday night, and took out four prisoners. Two of them were named John son, and the others Patterson and Ashley, who were confined on the charge of mur- deiing Mr. Lyen, some months ago. Ash ley and Patterson said that the Johnsons were innocent. Tho mob returned them to jail, and immediately took Ashley and Pat terson to a wo id near the town, hung them them to a tree and left them hanging there all night. The Government of the new Canadian province of Quebec is said to have in con templation the imposition of charges, on timber leaving that province, in the nature of an export duty. Large fortunes, it is alleged, are being made by individuals in the trade, the forests are disappearing, and itseeui8 to be thought that the trade could bear a much heavier Impost than it now does, and thus lessen the burdens of taxa tion on other classes of the people. This, If carried out, will affect the lum ber trade of Ohio to a considerable extent. The case of General Fitz John Porter Is still undecided. The Army and Nam Journal is informed that Fitz John Por ter does not ask, nor desire a new court martial. What he asks is, that the War Department shall detail a board of officers to examine his case, with the light thrown nnon It hv Riich'nflrlirlonal tn0rim l. may offer; the board to report to the Pres ident what action they deem advisable to be taken, This Bureau of Statistics at Washington tstimates that 5,007,023 acres have been planted in cotton this year, and that the yield is 1,764,401 bales of 400 pounds each. This estimate is rather a low one, for the factors and the chief Southern newspapers generally state the crop at 2,500,000 bales. We give everything on the subject, how ever, in order to add to the general stock of knowledge on this important matter. Austria is getting breech-loaders from America. The Springfield (Mass.) Bepub iican says a company of New York capital ists, who have a contract to furnish the Austrian Government three million dol lars' worth of breech-loading rifles, has been making Inquiries there with reference to establishing shops fur their manufac ture.- . The Russians are not proscriptive in re ligious matters. Letters from Eastern Si beria, where numerous Polish exiles have been sent, state that the authorized permit free admission and circulation of the Bi ble, printed in New York, in the Russian language. Dion Boucicalt got a verdict ot $900 from the Jury of the United States Dis trict Court, at Chicago, against J. H. Wood of the Museum, for using three unpublished plays, written and copyrighted by Bou cicalt. A very successful breeder ot short horns, at Barristown, Macon county. 111., has real ized the sum of $1,300 in premiums award ed to his herd at State and county fairs this season. . . The Dubuque Herald says that "great ex citement prevails on account of the late heavy decline in domestics" iu that city. This does not refer toservants, but to dry goods. A German, living near Racine, Wis., killed himself a tew days since, by apply ing kerosene oil to an ulcer on bis hand. Great swelling and pain ensued, followed by death in two days. Paragraphs from the Boston Post. The man of manv "woes" sometimes brings himself to a halt, and sometimes tn naiter. The French court went from Biarritz to St. Cloud, some 500 miles, in fifteen hours. Tbe Kansas girls have nominated Georsre rant-is iralu lor the Presidency. It is stated that the costumes of the TilarV Crook have Deen re-nude. The Providence papers lament the im modesty ot the young girls ot that city, Th i Grand Duchess Olira is to receive $120,000 on her marriage with George. Kiug of the Greeks, and tbe same amount yearly. The experiment of raising tea in Georgia promises to be successful. They were raising 'ell out there a little while ago. N.X.JHews. Suicides for love, says a statistician. rarely occur after thirty. At that age one uas iouiiu mere is more in tne world than ne once tnougnt. The Herald estimates the Demoerntir- majority in JNew 1 ork at 30,000, if Ssbeuck will but keep on talking. Wade goes out of the United States Sen ate and Brownlow in. Thus the Senate wanes iu intellect and waxes in blank. guaruism, says Tentice, sarcastically. The Cincinnati Commercial savs It is In. formed that New York will sro Kenuhl xuab iiuuriiiiuiou is exclusive. ni... sr . - . , . The ryrenees are sinking at a rate that. will take them out of sight in 1000 years. But tourists needn't hurry just yet. xne wives oi statesmen ana tne nnshjinrls actresses are said to be the saddest peo- 1 I .1 , , . . lie iu uio wunu. Oneot Hunnicutt's fellow conventlonists a negro who cannot read or write, and wno has. been convicted five times in the courts tor stpaling. He was elected over a respectable Union man. " A London' correspondent asks, reward ing the Prince of Wales, " What would you think of the manners of a man 'who made point of entering ladies' drawing-rooms wiiu a cigar in nis moutn x T Lj a "Swagan'' was the old time food of the Maine lumberman, and according to a sto ry in the current number ot the Atlantic Monthly, was made of beans. Dork, bread and molasses, all stirred up in a great ket ana bo i let! together. "Ihere's noth ing," says the hero ot the 8 tor v. -vou can and haul on all day like swagan." ; . The And Killing Cholera by Artillery Fire. We have before us, says the Philadelphia eager, a small pamphlet contatnlns a let ter irom Proiessor Zantedeschi, ot Padua, w Professor Longo, of the Univer sity of Catania, Sicily, bearing date Au gust 18, of the present year, in which a new means is proposed for the destruction oi the poison of cholera. It consists in the explosion of gunpowder, mixed with chlo ride of sodium (common salt) and chlori des of lime and of sulphur. The idea was suggested from observing the recognized wet that atmospheric electricity, dis charged in thunder storms, exerted a salu tary influence in localities where rholera prevailed, owing to the formation of azo tized substauce in the atmospheric strata. By the means now recommended we go fur ther than the common processes of m..nlv disinfecting clothes, sroods and dwellingsof i.iuiera patients. We destroy the disease at its root and disinfect the surrounding air, which contains In itself the dileterious or eamc i principles known to be cryptogam!. ? rV rj t0 carry into cfl:ct tbe suggestion ?n anteaeschi, he proposes that the ar tillery for discharging the disinfecting compound should be placed on high towers on the walla nf a tnwn n- llin.... i cnolra Pevails, ro that the atmosphere of ".. umet wouia De purged of its poison by the combustion of the sulphur generat ed ny tne sulphurous vapor. Caution is to ue practiced oy closing the doors and win dows during the descent of the gaseous substances, which are verv irritatiua; and would, if inhaled, cause asphxia. , Doctor Zantedeschi's proposal had been first made in April, 1805. Ilis letter to Professor Longo in August lat was promptly replied to by the latter sending him, under date of 13th September, a com munication, by an inhabitant of a village at the loot of Mount Etna, who states that while cholera was mo.-t destructive in low and wet localities, it spared one spot, the parish of Platani, which was very marshy. The exemption is attributed to the presence initofasulphurspring and 3 pools of sul phur water, in which last, invalids resort ing to the spring bathe. It has been ob served that in the successive appearances ot cholera in this region, from 1S37 to the present year, none of those who took re fuge in houses situated within the area round tne spring and pools have suffered from the disease, although in the marshy T ... ,,.,,uj, luq u,ur tanty was verv ffreat. In thn mnnHmn however, we are not told of any artillery navmg been mounted to explode. Proies sor Zautedeschi's antitode is powder. Not having a throat or lungs of brass, GenLogan has been obliged to succumb under the heavy labors of the Ohio cam paign. He is sick with inflammation ot the lungs. Chicago Tost. Perhaps the reason why Logan has no brass in his throat or lungs is, that his fore head has a monopoly of all the brass in his composition. If his "heavy labors" in unio, to-wit: his intemperate invectives, miserable slang and horse win. took- t.h same eilect on himself as they did on his party, no wonder "he is sick." St. Louis Republican. Gex. Logan did greater service than the Republican gives him credit for. By his in vectives while in Ohio he increased the Democratic and decreased the Republican vote in every county in which he spoke. New Advertisements FOR RENT. A GOOD BKICK HOlT3. CONTAIN inirscven rooms. Rent :i 'K on nr in. one wanting a Rood p!ac, and is willing to bay boat t325.uii worth of lurniture, will hmr of a eood place, by adiireising LOCK BOX 1217. novo-tt-r La ITIirandcs' French Hemedies - Have aved thousands all over Europe. - Having boen fitr mn n v vamn rh. l.-ii-.f A o.;.(.ni - Professor La MirindoK Privuta HnniiRi in P.,;, and having been induced to establish a branch ii. Us country, t am now prepared to furnish his cele- oratea remea lies for CONSUMPTION. RHEUMATISM. LA, etc. ; SCROFO- Also, the Genuine Imported VITELL A HE ALTH'S GRAND RESTORER. The only certain core for a constitute n shattered b, the excesses and abuses of youth. Do not be tampered with bjr inexperienced phrsi- ciaog. Address your communications o Dr. G. W. KKRNIER. 2SS West47th St.. New York. Advick Gratis But if von eiva u thn fnll hia. tory of yorr case, tbe Consultation fee of Three Dollars should be enclosed. , BLaHes may address us in full confidence. novo-aiy-r , NOTICE. CHARLES BGRCK. ffl Alt V RERCK! Rothan. John Kothltn. .Tnhn Mmmnnl .llAr! George Lederer. Marin Wurm, John Berck. Josepi Herok. Augustus Aederer, Charles Lederer and George Lederer will take notice that a petition was filedsginat them on the 4th day of November. A. U. lHiT. in the C urt of Common rleas. within and tor thecounlv of Kmnlclin. Stat. of Ohio, by Goorge Berck, and is now pending, wherein said Ucrse Uerck demands partition of t e following- null AStntn tn-wit- t'nrtvtw, n.t half (42'1 feet off the west side of inlot numbor three hundred and eighty (3B0) in the city of Co lumbus, county of ranklin, and State of Ohio; a"d that, at the March term of ?aid Court for the year 1863, the said, George Berck will apoly for an order thatpartition'may bema-eof Bdid premises. I'atea tnisnnaayot November, A. u. 1P67. nov5-6-r GEORGE BERCK. JOHN SHORT. 9. H. ROYCK. FRANKLIN MACHINE WORKS SHORT & ItOYCE, BUILDERS AND REPAIRERS OF STEAM ENGINES. MILL WOKK! '1 AND AIL KINDS OF MACHINERY. BLACKSMITHING. WORK. Aa. BOILER Water St., bet. North A Last, east of Penitentiary. COLUMBUS, OHIO. ! Knecial attentinn ffivan tj Ranainn. nf f . : obioery of all kinds. nov2-dlin6m ! 1867. 1867 EXPOSITION. AUTUMN GILCHRIST, CRAY 1 CO.! (Successors to Rain & Son,) Nos.23 to 29 South Cigh Street now displaying an entire new and elegant aj- Rich Fancy Irrw Silks; Extra, Heavy II lack Silk; Novelties in Winter Dresus Goods; Kiuprens Cloths and French Sle rinoci; Tartan Plaid Merinos and Pop lin; ' Mourning Dress Roods; Alpacas, Bombazines and Bars thea; French and American Prints Cashmere Robes de Chamhre; Real Lyons Velvets and Satins; Chinchilla & Aslrachaa Cloak' g; Ladies' and Gentlemen' Furs; Real Laces and Kmhroiderles; Kaglish and Domestic Hosiery; Rroad Cloths and Cassinieres; Flannels, Linens and Cottons; Rroche & Paisley Loqg MIiuavIs, etc., etc., A'l of the very first quality and IXWEST PRICES AT ALEXANDRES KID GLOVES FOR LADIES, miSlSAmiMiE TI,E. men. in everv sice and eolor. tbe larcast as. snrtmont ever exhibited in tnis ety. Also, just oreneil. an invoice of Tasseled. and Embroidered Kid uloves ol anoinir ceieoraiea uiako. i jiijLn tvir i , utiA i a UO-, O0t8-oct29-dly Hot. 83 to ii South High st, NKW. FIRM. J. SCHNEIDER, ATE OF THE FIKIH OF J. Kf-si -VT'I DER 4 CO.. No. 242 K mirth utraar. hrnnl new store for the businesu of reotilyisg and seU- 1'os. 39, 34 4c SO West Broadway. new firm wili he known as J- SCHNEIDER & CO., and their stock of . NATIVE AND FOREIGN WISIE8 Liquors wi'l be second to none in the city Hoping to receive a Dhar r th nit.anil nnnt trade, and determined to make ours the first Liquor Honee in dolumblU- invito . n i,ijnnnt.if,n nt'nn. J. SCilMilDKK A VO.Emt octa-diy SPECIAL NOTICES.' HE LMBOLD'M' EXTRACT BUCHO and Ix ntovBD Rosk Wash euras ieoret and delicate dis orders ia all their (tacea, at little expense, little ot ne ofaanee in diet, no inounvenience and no expos ure. - It is pleasant in tt and odor, immediate in - its-action, and free from ail iujuriious preperlie. i feb21-d t ! I I ' . : ' , , I I j ' e . ' I PROFESSIONAL. DR. A. U. WILLIAMS, West Broadway.. near Uiib street, Columbus, Ohio, baa deroted himMlf or aperies of yearatothe treatment of certain pri T te diseases. Be may becansultedat bis ofio Broad w . near the xahance Bank may3l-tf -- . - : FOR NON-RETENTION or INCONTIN KNCfc of Urine, irritation, inflammation, or nlceratioti ot the bladder, or kidneys, diseases of tbe protaU glands, stone in the bladder, calonlns.araTel or brick dust deposi s, and all disease of the bladder kid neys and dropsical swellings.. 13 BK HjtLHBOLD'8 FLUID xTA0T BCOHU. ICVo BATCHELOR'S HAIR DTE This splendid Hair Dye is the best In the world. The only true and frftet Dyt Harmless, Reliable, instantaneous. 10 disappointment. No ridicu lous tints. Natural Black or Brown. Remedies the ill effects of Bad Dyt. Invigorates the bai leaving it soft and beautiful. The genuio is sin ed William A. AilcAtlor. All others arei . re imi tatioca, and should be avoided. Sold by ' Drug Kins and Perfumers. Factory 61 Barer street New York. denlO-dAwly AMAZEMENT, ! With the quickness of thought, without injuring skin or fibre, or leaving a atain-npen the scalp. . . A HMD IS) THANsriGVBen I Or, in ot her words, changed from red, or sandy, or white, or grixxly gray, as the case may be, to a transcendant black or brown by THE MYSTIC SPKLilj Of that soientiGe wonder of tbe century, CRISTADORO'S IIAIR DYE, A pure compound that deBes rivalrj, an I is man ufactured only br J. CRlnTAUOUO, C8 Maiden Lane. New Yor. Sold by ail Druggists. Ap plied by all Hair Dressers, octlo-d&wlm . J8-A YOTLNG LADY returning to her country home, after a sojourn of a few mr-nths in tbe City, was hardly recognised by her friends. In place of a coarse, rustic, flushed face, she bad a soft ruby complexion of almost marble smoothness and inatesdof twenty-three she really appeared but eighteen. Upon inquiry as to tbe cause of so gr a a ohange. she plainly told them that she used the Circassian Balm, nd considered it an invalu able acquisition to any Lady's toilet. By its use any Lady or Gentleman can improve their personal appearance an hundred fold. It is simple in its combination, as Nature herself is simple, yet unsur passed in its emcaoy in drawing impurities from, also healing, cleansing and beautifying the skin and complexion. .Bv its direct action on the nntinlA it draws from it all its impurities, kindly healing the same, ana leaving tnesuriaoeas nature intended it should be, clear, soft, smooth and beautiful. Price 1.8ent by Mail or Express, on receipt of an order bv W . L. CLARK A CO.. Chemists. .' No. S West Fayette St., Syracuse, N. Y. The only American Agents ior the sale of the same. marSS-dawly . TO OWNERS OF HORSES. Thousands of Horses die yearly from Colic. This need not be- Dr. Tobias' Venetian Horre Liniment will positively cure every case, if given when first taken- The cost is only one dollar. Every owner of a hone sho Id nave a bottle in his stable, ready for use. It is warranted superior to anything else for the euro of Cuts, Wind Galls, Swellings, Sore Throat. Sprains, Bruises. Old Sores, its. This Liniment is no new remedy. It has been used and approved of for 30 j ears by the first horsemen in the countiy. Given to an over-driven horse, it acts like magic. Orders are constantly received from the rating itablet of England tor it. Tbe celebrat ed Hiram Woodruff, of trotting fame, used it for years, and said it is far superior to any other he has tried. Recollect, Dr. Tobias' Venetian Horse Lin iment is put npia pint bottles. Take no otbw.- .Srld by tbe Druggists and Saddlers. Depot, 64 1 Cortland', street, N ew York. oetl6-dAwlm. UAMKIIIU HUII8E OF JAY COOKE & CO. NO. 20 WALL STREET, Cor. of JVossom Street, SEW YORK. We buy anl sell at the most liberal current prices, and keep on band a full supply of GOVERNMENT BONDS OF ALL ISSUES. SEVEN-THIRTIES and COMPOUND INTEREST NOTES, and exe cute orders for purchase and sale of STOCKS BONDS and GOLD. CONVERSIONS. We convert the several issues of Sbtsn-Thtb-ties at the most favorable market rates into Fiya- Twbkties. which, at present price of gold, yield the holder about one per eent. more interest per annum. Circulars with full particulars furnished upon application. J AT COOKE & CO. mayi-aswiy Know Thy Destiny. Madams E. F. Thornton, the ereat English Astrologist. Clairvoyant and Psyohometrician. who has astonished the soientifio classes of the Old World, has now located herself at Hudson. N. Y. Madame Thornton possesses such wonderful powers of second sight, as to enable ber to impart knowl edge of tbe greatest importance to the single or mar ried of either sex. While In a state of trance, she delineates the very features tbe person you are m marry, ana oy toe am or an instrument of in tense power, known as the Psychomotrope, guarac- " w yiuuuuc amv-iiKo picture oi tne luiure nus band or wife ef tbe applicant, tocetber with date of marnae position in life, leading trai's of charac ter, Ac. This is no humbuz, aV thousands of testi monials can assert. She will send when desired a certified certificate, or written guarantee, tbat tbe picture is wnat it purports to to. Br inclosing a small lock of hair, and stjitinv nlu nf H;k disposition and complexion, and inolosingfifty'cents iiu suuiipvu envelope aaaressea to yourself, you will receive the picture and desired information by return mail. All communications saoredly confi- jiuuitjbo iii onnnaence Juinilll r.. k a hubn tun, i . v. uox zj. iiuason, n. I. mar25-dawly . : ADVICE FOR THE PEOPLE. Forced sweating is bad. often prodnine serious consequences, while purgation in chills, coIds.fANeW rheumatism, etc.. etc.. wi I BKANDRET1T8 PILLS is always safe, nevrrleaving any ill effects. In all eases their use is wise; but in severe pains from eoho, inflammations, rheumatisms, or external in juries, it is - Remember. BRANDRETH'S PILLS are always lure of effect, and always without the least dan ger, and ther act on every part f the system, die lodging and removing all accumulations of impuri ties, tnus qleansing tbe blood and restoring health . Tne Hon, Demos Barnes saya: "I sell more of Srandreth's Pills than a 1 others Put together.' BRANDRETH'S PILLS are sold by all drntr- gists, and at the principal office, Brandreth Hons, new lork. Observe B. BRANDRETH in whitoletters on the uovernment stamp on each box. : oct!6-d&wlm . , , HELMSOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BTJCHTJ .-' Is a oertain cure for diseases of the BLADDER. KIDNEYS, GRAVEL, DROPSY II,. 1 ,,,n ,1 - 1 , I " - I. . 1 , , . 1 ...V.." i PLAINTS, GKNERAL DEB1LILT and all diseases of the -- URINARY ORGANS Vbether existing in MALE OR FEMAF.F from whatever cause orieinatins? and no m.ttnr nf ; HOW LONG STANDING. Diseases ox these organs require the use diuretic. If no treatment is submitted to Consumption I -" i . - -, a , .uaus. uui rtma ana XtlOOa I supported from these sources, and the HEALTH AND HAPPINESS, and that of Posterity, depends upon prompt use o reliable remedy. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BOCHU Established upwards of 18 years, prepared by II. X. IICT.JIIJOLP DRUGGIST. B94 Broadway, New York, and r . 10 South 10th Street, Philadelphia V feMI-dly AYER'S CHERRY. PECTORAL IS A SOOTHING EXPECTORANT, i- leP8! to meet the urgent need of a safe and reliable cure for diseases or the throat and lungs A. trial of nany vears bas established ihefaot that it is more effioicious in pulmonary affections than any other remedy. Its efficacy has now become so i-uunu n is juuj icKunioa in many t I . iJ -r .""'"onoio necessity. In Great Britain. Franoe and Germany, where med vMwiauvguuivMitN uiKuest perteotioD - it is prescribed in domestio practice, and constantlv used in tbe armies, in . hospitals and other Dublin institutions, where it is retarded by the attending Syc". most ski..iui and ,,erienced drrs:nh;veb5 permanently cured V it. These rulto7ro "e most convincing proofs of the superior enrative nrnnfirtiliil nf thiR nr.nap.t i.- . : i . . , . Ll vtJ ru;r. :. iTu .""".i-""" 'o tnem tne an rv.,.. - ..u puiiar satisiaetion. While it is 7 - wniuiimu uineases. it is sr. tmnely eentle as a medicine in in aocr and youth &&hYumdSc?ou1yr" 'oangesOTn prnaon SSrT TOfiW?."" W.fe all irritations of the throat ind lungs whethe; nm SSSLK&IJ!-.". fro o?he"aus.et.hnedr flr,n fVnnn " H" "U"'a S WltOOnt it. In- Plenrisv. Incini.n? T-'"- " "WP'"? Uongh. tionsof the bwathinJoreiSs g, 'v bSfJ t. pre-eminent combitiiJ'Vj?n ' " preparecl by Dr. J. 0. AY1CR A :i). I.nw.il .lSrT.. WSI Columbus. W' ootJ6-dJtwam It's Rid GIOTCs . AMUSEMENTS. OPERA HOUSE. T. B. Puoh w--4--;;Iff6 and Mallear. " ... . i --.- j TWO ftlGBTS OXLT t .' Thursday lining, Not." 7. 1867. L ArJ.rD B R! (Formerly Miss JEAN M. DAVENPORT J in ker pnd? cl",l and hist oris impersonation of. Fan ttmfU oftht Signature of Qvemt rtiaabttt. the Death Warrant of XrySl5r j QUEEN OF EIVGIL.AJVI, Being an English Version and translation by Hlsa Fanning Reed, of Washington. J. expressly for Mrs. Lauder, of (Jiaoometti'a celebrated Italian 1 raged j of that name. FIRST TlIdB Iff OOLUIrlBtTS Of the celebrated English -hUtrprttatUm of the - great Italian authur. MRS. LANDE" as.... MB, J. H. TAYLOR a .ELIZABETH. ESSBX. ' 8npported bytha LANDER fflSTRIOxXIC C0MP1NT, And as presented for over Seventy-live oonsecutiva . nights before erowded, fashionable and erit leal ud-ences in New York. Boston. Jrniladelphia and Cincinnati. Friday- GTeniag, November 81t, isTt MARY STUART I MRS. LANDER as UR. J. H. TAYLOR as.. .HART STUART. LEICESX&B. SCALE OF PRICES : Admission tn Parquetta and Dram Circle... r milv t.irelA 70. 60s. Reserved Seats .".".."".."." ..1 CO. iijr Tjie8",e at, eured Seats will commence on Wednesday morning, November 4th, at o'clock, at John feeltr Co.'a Music Store. No. 13 East Stte street, where seats may be secured for either pertormanea. Doors open at o'clock. Parformanea eommeneea atSo'olock. w . nova-dt STATE STREET THEATER. MjuW.H. H. DKBW0ET..8ole Lessee Manager. ThiaTneaarFvenln;,!sTeg Last night of iberstla FANNY MORGAN PHELPS. BENEFIT TESTIMONIAL MAN4GER TiR'RWri'R'P AN IMMENSE BILL. W Tamorrw Wight sa Hew Star. NEW GOODS! A. C. HEADLEY & CO. Have received their F ALL S TO C K OF DEESS GOODS, cloaking s, shawls; teimmings, CLOTHS AND OASSIMERES. ii ' -A .J. : ' Also, a foil line t " Domestics at Reduced Prices. Madame LcFejvor's Perfect Fit ting Corsets, Price $1 & $1.25. Price $1.25. A full line of the eelebrated BON TON HOOP SKIRTS. The pnblie are invited to can and examine. ' ootlT - '. A. 0. HEADLEY CO. JUST RECEIVED ! ADTUM IMPORTATIONS Flue French DMfTeli, Im colerw; Fine Ederdont, bltmck and do, do Fine Pilot Beavers, -.! Fine Piquet Continfi; , Scotch SuitlnarkS Frieita and Glysiaas; . EBifliNh Sailings; French do.; French Cloths and Doealcl na ; AMERICAN CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES; I'PIir DTVIBO ATJ AUPHIA sstlTin ' liCiii oil LU Uf UJ tftlUA ILUi : Vestlngra ! Silk; Vesting In Cnshmerf? Teatingra in Plaab; BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING HEADQUARTERS FOR FURNISHING GOODS. ' Alexandre Kid Cileweav Jerawen'si Kid Glow, I.aporte Kid " Ciloveat French and Eag- -. listi Halt Hm, . GENTS' UNDERWEAR " In Mediom and Extra Large Sises; XIra. Hearts, CDIoweav M.lnen and Paper Collars, While Shirts, Caaaiaaere Shlrtsw- ; -Mj: -r i- ' HOUR AGETITi FOR THE DIAMOND SHIRT. -, Which are made to Measure; CLARK & jilSWANDER, 00tl5-d3m 121 aontn. Hlajh St. . NICE 'THING!! ia Evenbody's Month!!!, BUCKEYE POPCORN CAKES. IS For sale Wholegleand retail at nannfas turors" prices, b . A. MAHONEY, ooUS-d3ir oontu Uigb street.