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DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For Clerk of the Court of Common Fleas CASPAR LOKWENSTEIH. " FoPreatofoiltrte'2. I (1 - EU M. LISLE. , -.rF or Infirmary Dtreotor.jl iFor Coanty Surveyor' - -WILLIAM r. BBUWf FT xiZZT. Xir"Ai.TAnLRr prepared arid rnrn-xtM) hv W. J. Savage, Jeweler, 83 South lligb street! - . . - .'.'.'! DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. TUESDAY, Aug. 4, 1868. rlook,i , rt-trn)nr., 7AM v 89 87 - n Sun Rise 59 1 Sun Sets. , VA bed) and' any iaanapsr oi .weepers bp'ii it John H. .Thomas Esq., our candi- low 5 J V'j JliijPiliiifiSVf 1A . i v-. Ja i 4 day "'fc'Ttie . ilockiri jr ' Valley " : ranrdad 3 Is completed to wlthia eight. ' 'mheS ' pf tan1. " vtST.Tbe colored oeeplot JM clty,3ri-; Joyed themselves laiasIottlosAfcifaooaaje Park, yesterday. r EfdA.LeVri)nrieah;CBalrmaii ocratlc State Central Cemailttee, was in the city yesterday;; ., .-lrTbtre'vaa. affile alarm, pt. JIra lart evening ahbtft oVslocK. ' The, Third ifereet boys got out pretty lively. rIt is said children should be seen and dOfff Beard. ? "We tnrw row -WW who might adopt the suggestion with ered- Eg The Cleveland Base ' Bail 'ikssocla Fi'onEas discontinued the practice of charge .lsjon,..fcJ4;83!rln J games are played. ".'. .. tThe price of whisky having been reduced $1 50jer gallon, several old soaks v BxXafeito know if h j5'uf (JrlnE, is to be reduced proportionately. i T'- V- TT tW To-day- H the anniversary ot in " battlvof Mobile Bay and the capture of.the ram Ten nesseeTin 186Ty th fleet Of Ad miral Farragut. JW.aflatter ourself we bad some of that. . There. is to De a BLtck and Tanfove foaBtntWs ltyu MV Saturday night, agV..V:P'tolE$b;o(psoQf ' the, great Kno w-Nothing, of Indiana, and Suspended Animation . Galloway! are to" exhort the 7. Jvat r,iii ' - ,.j . ..! -n ,( fattuaiM m; I- ;.-!' .. t " ...; K. .Wil aw rl ;.!.' PiuEjBisfJ. The grocery store of, W.B. Ferguson, No. 71 East Spring street, has been robbed of various little articles lately, and suspicion "pblntW to ' youth ; named John QaHl, Mr. Ferguson had him arrested on a warrant issued by the Mayor. The case will be heard to-rlay. ' e Fia,Tij.1-a'wo1; young-' men were ar Rested last night for fighting. In the. State House square, ' They 'Were locked up tn the calaboose all night, which may be a warn ing to them too keep their" angry passions In a state of subjection; and1' teach them to avoid 'flying' off tbe' handle"' every time fag&i'nbt'gQ tbnft l;n?V, i'":t'.-i .it .'I ntr:d Transfsrred yitaTEBDATjo-The follow ing transfers of real estate were left at the Recorder's office yesterday . .T.- ' '.DayJd Headrngtott. aM Vrife'. to Ji M. Spangieri July 20th, aores,' ot Jand . in Sharon township, if6r'Z,X:.i"a0'ilJ " !,u"" Sarah Walling to-B-A. Mctntlre, Aug. 3d,Jot Jlp.,7ff Samuel, Med.ary'a, ubdi vision of outlots Nos. 59 and 60 in the city orColumbusi for' jitflOO y TT. Christian., UflioH j.Gmw. Therfl.wUl'be a Chrbtfanlfhlbh1 -Grove meeting, ten miles northwest ot this city, agd onenulenorUifif Hillliwd,,conimen cfog eri Friday, Aug j 14 thnd oncludii on the Sabbath rfolrowWsr.ri ffralos will leave the Columbus', Chicago A, Indiana Central depot at&30 A-Mf ap Mi5 P. M. and return at 7 P.M.j; Provision will be inade1 ioF all who may attend the meeting. A'lbrl6ns religious season s anticipated. .'' 'H ! ' ' 1 . . - ..Alttr- f . Fast DRivusa--We hear freqaent coin plainUsiof rapid. aad.reoklef drlvingbn oar prominent thorough foVeay often result in; iu sertous personal in jmry People who gob'rihi i;4.oj(i horseflesfi Uayenndonbt-, ed rights,' but so have people' who go with out 8uohldb. ' Th former -wli iakeiVcare ot thelt;bwn'rishlbnJ.iT'latte . nnsJ have help-it seems, and that help should be extended by "tbi poweri that be. .The law thsubjecjt fiastdrlvlng should ba strictly enforced against all offenders. ItEGi'sTMBO ''ijKTtmBaA'UadBr'. the new system jregisteredjetters arelaiyerjr safe means of sendingery small sums where lMtoiEca. Booey ordpu caunoit I b liaally obtained. The registry fee, as well as post age, must be paid in stamps at tbe office wheee taleJWr U natredVTrf it.wHl bali able to i sent: to the ;?ea4 letter bfBce.4: Buy and affix the stamp, both, for postage and registry, put in themoney and seal the ICblCl Alt kUS. BXVHUW .w.wuw ywww. ... w, and take his receipt lor it. .! n..i ! r; "jit ;;!. Oprn Air Comcert. The open air con cert given by Towler Cornet .Band last night,, was attended by a. larger number, if possible, than any previous concert.. The evenings are -getting to be so deliclpusly cool that the people can take- great com fort and enjoy themselves highly' In listen ing to the music and walking through the capital grounds! ; The Baud U i fast attain ing that IjerfectioH it U their ambition to : JGaloqt 'ReCobd: There , were but two benzine swillers betore the Mayor yester day; and they were charged with ladulg Ing In plain drunks.:: There is no nse talk. Ing, when a beazlnist refuses to mix up a little disorderly; with bis drunkenness, so as to make matters exciting, times are get ting dull. David Trunnelvwas charged $5 and costs ir hla drunk, r In default he labors for th public weal on . the, chain gae g. .Tommy Maun paid , $4' for bis fun and then went on to fill up again., "Brkach op PRoMisaw ieW days, ago, a young German citizen, named iLehpaan. Hehman, obtained a marriage license 'and retilarly commenced life as the head . of a familv. .But bisioy was oi snort auration A disappointed female," named Baschan Baberg,clalming that he bad won heryoung heart's iond affections, has commenced suit in 1 'the': Court of, Cojnmoa, .Pleas . Against Lehman, for breach- of promise, claiming that her heart has been damaged in the sum of ten thousand dollars by his faith lessness. ' i i .rj.u-.-ilAi ! fOLiTiCAi.. The political, pot begins,, to warm up and will soon be la a boiling con dition. 'Candidates are beginning to prick up their ears at the sound of the bugle ol preparation, and before long we shall see all the patriots warmly t worlri Xet the friends of. Seymour, and "Blair throughout tbe ..county thoroughly organize, and pre pare for ' at vigorous prosecution of the carapaisn.' Form , clubs, iclrqulate "'. the Statesman,, and arouse Jth people td the t : . win cf fTia rnmin if frnnfjih. ' ' The Match Gamr Ykstbrdat.- As war expected, the match game of base ball be tween the Cincinnati and Capital Ctybs. yesterday' mornlngrresultedln a victorj for the prnlelihbugh at greater odds than we thought was possible. ( Though flefeated, tho Capital boya bavi won praise even fromtheir skillful adver--L sariesior the splendid fielding they rasde Harry Wrighof the Cincinnati Club, toW lis hagonsideted the fielffiffg WMa!ry aitf Webb equal to anything he ever saw, ami If Vai'better," certainly, than"anylay made by the gallant Reel Stockings during heirmp.Jjerc-. . . , ... ,- . , Game was called, at half past 9 o'clock the Capitals tekiug the bat. On the first, second, third and fourth, innings they wer' whitewashed, their opponents scoring 23 On the , fifth inning . Maury and Webb scored one each, arid on the sixth Gray and Dolson each scored one- On the seven W' Sohlgot one lii These wcre ; the .only counts made by the Capitals during the play., 'They were whitewashed six times. The Capitals applied the brush in the first innings, to their competitors;1: ' Althbugb they could make nothing for themselves,they prevented their opponeats from running up terrifle score; lor. ow ing to their splendid .fielding, the Cincin nati Club bat once scored ever ten ' on 'one The crowd was not as large as on the day befbrS, "6 wing Jo the' eatly holif aVwncli the game 'was called, (hough quite a' large number of spectators present, many of whom were ladies7The score stood as lOllOW8i; j:: -i oi -.-.I:. : i'l BiiTjl njjio!! CINCINNATU v, j'".; CAPITALS-. "0;V Howe, t..... 4 i - Wntiams, i. ..'. SOS ....434 Gray, o. ........ 3 1- S f S Dolson, SJ. E I 1 5 i Mnr. i. f.... ill Johesoa.1f. HMild I b Hatfield. 1. ! 1 T HeTdan. S h....: a a lUH.I.l.tlli.i.1.1 y W H,l. C.K.rf SI Brmioerd. 1 B,,, 351 Burke r. f .-...-jl 0 0 ,111 Kio,e.....vi.,.y ;.. sil Tamer, p. ... S 0 1 .Vf -n 1 TJ At ST 435 80 0 0 13 10 0 - 6 3 8 134 3 3 1 10 43 Flies eaught Vr CSconnati-r Wright, 3; Uonld, Bt CapitalB. Gray, 1: Maury, 5; Hayden, 1; Webb. 3. - "j 1 , Koult eiathi bri-Cineianati Alliaon 7; Water man, 1. By Capitals Grey, SrDokon, S; Burke, 1. . Bases on Miplaysr-Capitals. 28: Cincinnati, 1. UmDiro J. Hilli.rrl Ruilmiii Olnh tioorers-Baeoombr oI,CiBoiodti ana i i or uThe Bed Stocking gentlemen .left ; thi city yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock for Zanesvltte.- Vhere ' they ;wlll ! scoop bift' cliib or two, and then move on Wheeling. From' Wheeling 'they , go to .Pittsburgh.-r iinnk to them wherever they are; they are a fine lot of gentlemen, and we hoje the "may never get beat any more.' ' "" .. ' THSfciO'r6r.BRiDGB , CASE-xterdaj Was'the .ay set lot a hearing' o( thq'argu ments.tn, the application for an injunction to .prevent tbe .building of the proposed bridge over the Scioto river at the foot of State strectf nefore ifudge Green', The de fendants filed a -.special demurrer to .the petition, on. the ground that plaintifta bad not legal capacity to sue, and a general demurrer for want of equity in the bin. Ttfe morning was occupied by Judge Bates for petitioners aktaJames" E. Wright for pomrrtfssibhers,. until noon, when the court adjourned, until 3 o'clock. Judge" Bates was very severe in his" remarks in regard to the Commissioners,' exciting the .ire of nearly all who beard him, as it was thought bis points might all have been made with out making a personal attack. ' :; i Od ' the reassembling ''of the Court at 3 o'clock, the" case for the defense was opened by Hon. B,oberc ),Hutche4onf who wleariy aad fully .defended the course of the Com missioners in the location of the bridge. He took the history, of the case from its beginning and followed it down tothe-apy plication- for the injunction,: and showed that there had been a change in some one from" the time of signing the petition for the bridge; to signing the petition for,, the inj uflction,, ' nT?r.t) -fo&i' TM'Ctfurt not being flattsfled that 'the Special'cts lorthe Legislature,. bad ". not been modified by the passage of .'general ikws,! holds the question on' tho demurrer andr advlsemenf until Friday morning at 11 o'clock So the great sensation is not yetover. WZit 'V1 : AppRENTKiBs ; JJnder', QbaNt." r- The Journal oi yesterday; while -patting Mar shal Brown's ; Slut's' Pii ps, Grant Tanners: Blaek,, and: Tanners, .or whatever other names they may be known by, says they wcio apprentices, jn uue mnning Dusincss under Grant la his Tennessee, Vicksborg nnd .Virginia campaigns. . Let's see bow true thisis There is Doc. Williams, he's Ylcksbnrg. "apprentice," we presume; and Si i ields, and McCracken, and Dr. Loving, and George O'Hara, and McDonald, and Westwater. ,'These Jast ' apprentices, per-' hapei in the Virginia campaign. We might enneritr? fdodruft; the .Be-Iud" .loving apprentise:; Thrall, of Second Ward subr BLibuw tame, aou janggs, me young orator apprentice, but the public can get an idea fronj; Jhe specimens we giye,rhat kind.f apprentices these are who learned '-tan ning" i under-Grants and how well' they learned It. iu...,,,i Ths Skatino Rink. The work on the skating rink, is fast, approaching, comple tion. The carpenter work.. is all done, and the first coat of plaster and coat of paint will be on by Saturday night: 'The gas fitters were t - work1 yesterday ' getting their part of the job done and by the loth of August it will be entirely completed. It is Intended to give a promenade concert in the building at ad' early'. 'day; a "'band" from Cincinnati having been engaged with this view. During the campaign it will prove a most acceptable place for. holding large meetings when tbe weather is too stormy tor outdoor meetings. .We will give a des cription of the building when it is com pleted. -V . , ., ' J . Fourth Ward Polk Raisimq. The De mocracy of the Fourth Ward, 'on Monday evening, successfully raised the hickory pole in front of the residence ot Henry Wetzell. A band of music was present and entertatned the large assembly with patriotic airs. Speeches were made by Messrs'. McG'ufley.'Loewenstein and Dc Lany, which were received with cheers by the .delighted audience. The .Democracy of the Fourth- Ward are awake to the itn- portance of the campaign before us, and are determined to do their share in giving the promised increase of five hundred ii our majority- this fall. .... -5 5? : . - . t Whit Boys - in Blub Mbbting. Th White Boy in Bluehejd a business meet ing last nigljt, at which-it was resolved tt reorganize the organization, and make preparations foi a'red hpt campaign. Com mitteemen were appointed in each ward ii the city to secure recruits, and the nieetln adjourned to meet for ' parade' and; for the election of officers on Saturday evening, August 15th. The Boys in Blue are. in earnest, and intend to muster five hundred strong by the time the September meet ings aW annouacetL Bully for them.'! ? j ;ECoLLOWAY'S OlSTilKMT . AND PlULS r4- Bcrofulods Sorbs. These, unsightly ul cers, even when herediaT$f,'may be cured. There is no ulcerous diseases that can re sist thei healing' properties of Holloway's Ointment.' IU vegetable ingredients are a perfect antidote to external irritation aris ing from a scrofulous taint, and in order to expel tbe taint itself from the whole circu lation, it is advisable to purify the elements of the blood by a coarse of Hollo way's Pills. Sold by all druggists. jj 9-dly-cw ! , wIk. -i NO MISTAKB S"ir. .AA A t fTjiT mil m 'THE' BALANCE Mwm ?i rivm .'JJ O I'M Iri 5JM I i A. Ti'-'-Sl r 'f - -9 :'5ie 4.a .E it hi a 5 U. X JL J. ' -. '-I rr. i.r.A -ii i til til oi'.;,:i) qi ? -.J,T. ETC, ATC t Arf : ' 1 " : inidj-tnii y.-uJ.:. '.S3 'r-J Arc.Ht:ADLEY&CO.'$, ! DJTIHH J LOT, l(!l! . Mi. will ; bis;. SOLD .ncrn;4foVV Wc 4 v.- . UoA jf. J ilrl.l S3 REDUCED PRICES .'.irifi.-.-f-ir! ,tt ,.yJ ifiiy 7.ir.i2i 'Tt i; '! "1 ! ( , II Ji 7 n It j 1 , id:-.'.: v 91! n-tr .ft , COME EARLY ! t : a j"; f i -AND- TAKE" ADVANTAGE i r 1 OF .THE ASSORTMENT. febT-aoalj-int mil low LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. Dispatch from Sup't. Murphy. Ex-Governor Cox Still Declines. TOUR OF NAVAL INSPECTORS. STATE OF AFFAIRS IN FLORIDA DOMESTIC NEWS. Exciting Race at Sing Sing. A Man Found Dead in Brooklyn. A Man Found Dead in Brooklyn. A Letter from Mike McCoole. A Man Found Dead in Brooklyn. A Letter from Mike McCoole. FOREIGN NEWS. LATEST FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. The Irish Church Establishment. &c., &c., &c., &c. WASHINGTON. The Indians. WASHINGTON, Aug. 4. The following dispatch has been received at tbe Indian Department : tt-T' ELLSWORTH, KANSAS, Aug. 3. I have just arrived from Lamed. I saw the- "Arrapahoes, 'Apaches, -Klowas atid Comanches, and arranged everything sat-r istactorily. , I apprehend no trouble. THOS. MURPHY. Superintendent. Public Debt. .The public debt statement wlllDrobablr be issued to-morrow. , a ..1 -1 Issues Directed. The President has directed issues to the Central Pacific railroad of bonds and pat ents for a section of twenty-' miles, ending at tbe 178th mile, east of Sacramento, the Commissioners reporting said section com pleted and equipped as a first class roau Cox's Declination. Secretory JMcCulloch received a telegram this morning from ex-Governor Cox. of OhiO) in reepoaaa to one -sent to him yes- veraay, requesting mm to-accept tneap point men t of Commissioner' of .Internal Revenue, In' which General Cox persists in. declining on the same ground as before, namely, tnat nis private oasiness-engage: ments will not permit him to accept. Inspection Tour. " Secretary Welles and a select' commUtea of officials left this morning on the U.'S. steamer Jullapousa, on a tour of inspection to aiitne navy yaras on tbe Atlantic coast, and will be. absent two. weeks, -m -This leaves ionly two Cabinet officers here, JlcCulloch and Browning. - Recovering. Mrs. Senator Trumbull is better this morning, and hopes are entertained of her The South. ThiC Governor of Florida and Hon. Isaac M. Hawkins having addressed the Presi dent with reference to calling out Federal troops to aid the authorities in suppressing riots and insurrections, Johnson .referred the communication to the Secretary ot War, who replied that the Federal troops in ail the States South are ample to sup press any .disturbance that .may occur, jindj will bemused! for the, purpose "whenever the Executives of those States make application.-'1 IrU WVlaU HtfHJ., I ;.,!. Suspended. 1 Taliafferrio, Postmaster at New Orleans, has been suspended upon charges preferred against him, and Wm. Small wood has been appointed special, agent to take charge of the office,, :,. -: r-'C'tm" ,..'..; 7, Collector of Custom. : It Is ."understood that A. T. Lacy, of Memphis, will be - temporarily appointed LAouector or customs at JNew uneans. ' DOMESTIC NEWS. Suicide, CINCINNATI, Aug. 4. John Bauman committed suicide vester- day by shooting himself through thd head. Resumed Trips. The recent rise in the Ohio river has brought out all the fiatf class packets. Tho double- decker America and. Gen. Ly tie, of tbe U, s. man line, resumed tneir trips be tween Cincinnati and Louisville yesterday. Exciting Boat Race at Sing Sing. POUGHKEEPSIE, Aug. 4. An exciting boat race eame oft yesterday afternoon' at Sing Sing, between Charles Ward, one of the Ward brothers, and Jared Raymond, of this place. The course was one mile and a half south and return, for $100 a side. At the start Raymond took the lead and maintained it until be turned the stake boat, when one of his outriggers broke. Ward then passed him and won the race.'' The' judges -decided In Ward's favor. The-tirrre is not given. -'The a flair caused much excitement, and Sam. Coliyer offers to match Raymond again for any amount of money the Wards can raise. About $30,000 changed hands on the re sult. Raymond was the favorite at the start at tbe rate of two to one. San Francisco News. SAN FRANCISCO, August 3. The steamer Japan sailed for Yokohoma and Hong Kong to day, Inaugurating a, monthly line of steamers between San Francisco and Hong Kong, with 272 pas sengers, merchandise valued at $97,000 and $878,000 in treasure. J. Ross Browne, American Minister to China, Chas. D. Pos ton, Commissioner of the Agricultural De partment, and Baron Richlshefer were pas-' sengers, ., ; . ....'".; ,-..:, : - The Pacific coast press unanimously in dorse Browne for the -China mission as possessing many qualifications that will assist hi ra in rendering valuable services to the United States. Baron Ricbtshefer intends making' geological researches In', China. - t . .! Arrived Nevada, from Boston; Prop pere, Marseilles; Dry Holz, Val paraiso. '" Cleared Aaphuie, Liverpool, with 3800 sacks of wheat.-'- i ""'I' - " " 1 Sailed Rhudden ' Castle,.'" Melbourne1;' Emma, Capetown; both laen with bread stuffs. .: f Ti..i . St. Louis Items. ST. LOUIS, Aug. 4. ' The colored people of this city celebra-, ted the anniversary of British: cmahcipa-,-tion of slavery in the West Indies yester day, in quite an imposing manner. A long' procession paraded the streets and several , thousand people congregated at Concordia Park and Joegen's Garden, where speeches were made and general festivities Indulged In. ! Joseph. Wilkinson, a well known citizen, killed a man' named Kelso,' near Granio's settlement, a few miles from this eity yeg. terday." The cause ot the affair is not defl nately known;. 1 -r r-. . ' ; , Means are being fleVised to carry Into effect the proviso ot the act of Congress transferrins' United States Arsenal irrniinda I to the city of St. Louis, which requires ' ' .' 1 1 r- the erection of a monument xo the memo ry ol General Nathaniel Lyon. The anni versary of the battle of ; Wilson's Creek; at which -General Eyon was killed, will be celebrated on the 10th Inst. 1 The Democratio State Convention will meet here to-morrow. .- ST. LOUIS, Aug. 4. Killed. PITTSBURG, Aug. 4. ' ( Amarr'namea-Barn'Tohnef'was'fnii er and killed vesterdav, near Manslleld. .on thPanhan(lle railroad, -n ( River and Weather. PITTSBURGH, Aug. 4—Noon. Elver eight feet and falling. cloudy. ' Merctfry 80 degrees. T ; Another Competition Drill. Another Competition Drill. BOSTON, Aug. 4. Cant. Finan, of the Montgomery Guards. has challenged ..the New York Webster Guards to a second" drill for the champion flag, to take place within three months, at some intermediate- point ; between New York and Boston, the judges to be chosen irom a regiment, .wiui! wnicli either com pany is connected, and parties whose fam ily, ties will not prejudice the dechion, Oapt- Fittaa also published a communiea4 tion, addresed to Major Egan, criticising and denying many statemunts of: the latter in his card relating to the recent compete tion unu, 01 wnicn ne was tne referee. Perished. ROCHESTER, N. Y., Aug. 4. '"Adwelling-lrouBen-Walftut Stroevowa ed and occupied by Tobias Hainan, was destroyed by fire, juid.& son of Mr. Ham an, aged Bix, perished. ROCHESTER, N. Y., Aug. 4. Fire. PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 4. cotton 'mill of John Brown & Sons. in this city, was totally destroyed by fire, this morning, with the machinery, &c.' Aioss tuio,uuu; ins urea ior 54o,uw. Commercial Convention. PORTLAND, Aug. 4. The International- Commercial Conven tion met in Portland "to-day. Delegates were present from all parts ot tne United. States and Canada Provinces.- Judge N'eal wag chosen temporarr-ch airra an .-' The committee on Credentials reported that 205 Delegates bad already arrived and many more were expected, xneyr recommended Hon. Samuel Merrill. Gov., of ..Iowa, for President,' with long listsof Vice. Jresi-j dents and six Secretaries from, various parts of tbe country. A committee was fcppoint-1 ed to wait on Gov. Merrill, .who appeared and assumed the Chair with brief remarks.. A committee of 13 was appointed on Order! of Business and the Convetion adjourned ' until the afternoon. Died. Died. BOSTON, Aug. 4. Jno. Wilson, a well known master prin-: ter, died yesterday. A dispatch from Ports mouth announces the death of Charles W. Brewster. . Editor. ajicL proprietor , ot, the Ne,w IIampshlreY)r8aU i jl ' Resolutions of NEW YORK, July 4. The Common Council has adopted a resolution of respect to the memoir ot General Hal pine, and resolutions to attend the funeral in a body.- Seymour's Letter. NEW YORK, Aug. 4. The official letter of acceptance ot the Democratic nomination for President, by Horatio Seymour, will be made public to morrow afternoon. Exposition. CHICAGO, August 4. The opening' exercises of the exposition of the ,Worlen iManufacturers- Aisocia tion of 'the Northwest, occurred thia fore noon. ; ' . A large audience assembled in the exhi bition rooms on Randolph street, and after music by the Light Guard hand. the opening address-wan delivered by-GoviO-ylesbvi fol lowed bjrV weleotaihg address by Mayor Rice, and a speech on manufacturing in dustry byr Hon. S. S. Hooper ; also, brief addresses "br "Ed. 'Ward, President of the Woolen Manufacturers' Association, and Herman Raster,. editor. of the Stoats Ztit Unas '' 4 ' " -1 The proceedings were very interesting. At half-past twelve -the members of the Association visited the Board of Trade by inyitation. .. At three o'clock they will visit the Union Stock Yards,, and at 5 make an excursion to the crib. ' Chinese Embassy. Chinese Embassy. AUBURN, NEW YORK, August 4. A grand assembly at the depot this after noon to witness thesrrival of the Chinese embassy.. The members proceeded imme diately in carriages to tne residence or ju r. Seward." To-morrow-.-morning' ..the' em bassy 'visit the prison.- In the :afternoon they go to the farm of A. S.' 'Dunning, to witness an exhibition of mowers and reap ers. On Thursday they go to YelloW Brook to partake oLJhe hospitalities ot E. T. Martin. The distinguished visitors will remain in town until Friday, and go from heryfagyyairs..vl fiLiiviAl, Chinese Embassy. AUBURN, NEW YORK, August 4. NEW YORK MELANGE. Hydrophobia. NEW YORK, August 4. Thomas Fitzpatrick, aged seven years, residing with his parents in Willoughby avenue, Brooklyn, who was bitten by a mad dog in May last, was attacked with byarophobiaryesteraay, inntsmdstTna' lignaut form..,,; j Pocket Picked. ..Last e9ening Mr? J.Ab"raham Sawyer, residing in Cincinnati," while riding iip town iu one of the Eighth avenue cars, had !his pocket .picked! of a pocket book-con- tainmgover 4uom mmiey.soverar araits and other valuable papers. The case has been placed. in charge ot tha. detectives. wno are actively engagea-crying to lerret out the Fire. A fire broke out last night in Richard Martin's fruit- packing - establishment, - 8 Water sU Brooklyn, inflicting a loss of $8,000.' Others a1ioinln1g suffered slight ly. Several persons were ,Uijured, by- a lire engine '"colliding with a lamp post, while ruuning to the me. Found Dead. A man named Wm. Douglas was found dead in his room at his house, No. 67 Land street, Brooklyn, yesterday. He bad been missing since Thursday night, and the body was so decomposed that .oh moving it the head fell off. His mother and sister bad gone to the country some time ago, and becoming alarmed at his continued si lence the sister returned yesterday, and searching throughout the house, amid an a! in 08 1 overpowering stench, discovered the boSy.7 How he met his death Is a'myg- tery. , r 'V .;.:,;,-;' .'A '-.'.- The Council. '. On the application of six excluded mem bers of the new Board ot Councilmen, yes terday, Judge: Barnard issued a mandamus to compel the Board to admit them as members, on tbe ground that the., twelfth section of the act of 1866 is unconstitution al and void. ; . ;. .' Limbs Broken. William Moohey, aged 64 years, residing at No. 44 West i'ortietn street, naa. Docn legs broken "by falling under one of the freight cars of the Hudson River railroad, at the depot, foot ot Tnirtietu street, Chinese. The Chinese Embassy left the city yes terday for a visit to secretary be ward's home in Auburn. The Alaska Money. Tbe money for the Alaska purchase was Daid yesterday m gold tertincates. Karon Stcei'kel wanted a draft on London, hat as he could not get it he took tho coin or its equivalent. , Arrived. The steamer Sootia from Liverpool has arrived.. - .. ; - - McCoole. KcCoole,' ' in a letter to Mr. Queen, ob jects to having the stakes for the late frus trated light given . up, and insists that the .tight must take place. He considers that he making aar appearance at tne ap Dointed time won the money,- Dut will waive that for another appointment. ' He is content to leave the money iu Mr. Queen's hands. ! Drowned. Wm. Guile, a soldier at Fort Hamilton, was, with others, sent to bathe yesterday Guile, lor some offence, bad a ball and chain attached to him, and though a good swimmer 6ank and was arowneu. Returned. i Francis J. A. Boote, once Street Inspec tor ana a prominent poiuician, escaped from Rlnnmindale Lunatic Asvlum lust night, but was found and returned there to- Union Picnic. The colored Deople York and vi cinity held a grand Unien picnic in honor nt negro emancipanou, ac tsouivarn grove, Brooklyn, yesterday. 'About 10,000 per- 1 sons were preicuu Greeley to be Register. If is believed that the 'office .of Rea-ister1. vacated by the death of IJ.ilpine, will b nominally htild by Hnrasn Greeley, and its profits, estimated at $40,000, will be giveu to the family of the dectrasfd until the ex piration 01 tne term. j Fire Report. Fifty-two fires and alarms occurred hnri during tke past months witn a.loss of $206.4 tb; uisnaancesv 3a0.ao;r va nres.wcre tilt; work of incendiur.ius. .. ! ' ' Working Girl's Strike. i: The giria'worklng in card-cutting-shopi in this city demand six dollars per week instead of four, which they are now re eeiving,' and refuse to'work longer at th old rate. . ' Died. ,, Isaac Field, -an old :itizen. died suddens ly.-to-Uay from the effects of heat 1 .. .Henry Mount, for titty years a member ot the Mef,Uodtst Episcopal Church, and engaged in many philanthropic movements; died iu his 70th year. .; . i iiii'i!': Foreign News. . Enroppan letters indicate a decided and Intense 'revolutionary1', feeling 1n Pari?,! which will render a'revolt against Louis Napoleon, at the first favorable jopporcu-j nity, not at aiym nrobable. . ' f " , j ,. , , '' I Row. -;George Wesner and -.Henry -plockman,1 Germans, i Were dangerously, stabbed laso night bv a gang of rowdies in East Broad way. Aaarreatsu.'ji '' i:i-u Row. FOREIGN NEWS. BY ATLANTIC CABLE. Financial and Commercial. LONDON, August 4. Consols (04 J94 for imttnevr 64 or aceounU. Bouds-7lfg713 iErle 1403. 40ii.--Jii . 00 .-f)l iM ;. ;i :R1'1. h.HK.Il LIVERPOOL, August 4. - Thacotton market is'heayy' and prices! are hnchanged. V Advices from Manchester! report that the market for yarns and., fab-' rics Is quiet. The prpvlsion market is quiet;' flour easier at 26. Corn quiet and steady.1 Red western wheat 10s, . Oats 3s, 2d. " Peas. '44s. Cheese active., at.;. 58s.,, Lard 'firm at eos.jtjd: : Bacon 40s. Nayar stores -flrm.' ' ANTWERP, August 4. EPetroleum quiet and steady at 31 francs. From Bonn. BONN, August 4. A festival was held in this citv vesterdav. to commemorate the smi-contin6ntar An niversary of the foundation of the -Univer sity ol Bodn. There- was a great Sarhering or stnocnts, aiumni ana irienas ot tne ln-i stitution from . all . parts, jof Germany A' banquet; took place at which, among the! uistinguisiiea guests, waxtonv ueo. iian colt. ... . ' , -. The Germon Provinces. VIENNA, Aug. 4. The German Democrats held a meeting' in this city last night, at which speeches; were made anu a .resolution adopted de ploring the practical exclusion of the Ger-I man province of the -Austrian Empire ! from . their former relations with ! the fatherlandVand protesting against the! settlement of the questio n- of German ' union through the process of arbitrary ani nexation, and declaring: that all action to' that end should be based- upon the1 will o tlie people of the respective States.'1 ' -,:'( j The Irish Church. LONDON, Aug. 4. The Royal commission on the Irish' Church establishment have made, their re- port. They recommend the abolition of i all Episcopal sees and Catholical Establish-; ment in Ireland, excent 80, to be maintain-' ed on redeemed incomes." . ' ,.i They also report in favor of measures to: emjourage tenants. under, chvrch. .luases toi purcuase property in perpetuity, and to! enable laud, holders, by the pay ment of ti-. ties ana rent . cnarges, 1 to. eventually .re deem' and regain possession of their lauds. From Toronto. TORONTO, Aug. 4. In consequence or the summary man-: ner in which' the Vigilance committee; have recently dealt with : express robbers ! in Western States, there have been numer- ous'.aTrivals of well-known desperate char-, aecers, 1 ana - xne express' com panles nave . taken precaution to place armed guards on j all - express trains. An unsuccessful at- j tempt was made to rob the express7 office at Sherbrook, Tuesday night. 1: ; j Morse & Coi, brokers; of this city, were ' robbed of $200 in open daylight. - Henry ; Powand, the New-York forger,' whose ex ; tradition was recently applied for, wasdis- I eharsred from enstody. - - The case was ! compromised by the prisoners agreeing to ! return Xo the States if the criminal eharge i vas abandoned. - '' ' -i - ' . ; . :. ..1 i . 1 '! . . ' ; HOTEL ARRIVALS. Tuesday, August 4. Tuesday, August 4. NEIL HOUSE. A W Gtavee, yew York; Dr Z Freeman, wife and. sod, (anomaati; J trance. Alaosneld. Uhio; a r ox. New York: U Jobusoa. do: A A ilawkiiw. In- diamapolis; Ueoree W Morris; Cincinnati; .Gecre V van itennin, wumoaton kj n; J u nmito ana wife. Ohio: Mws Smith. Uhio: R b' Emerist. Clevr- land: H S Snodsrasi. LrncaSter. Ohio; V O 8kil- ton. unicaso; v a risnaau, maianapons; ueorgo Harsn, Masiiillon: James 15a71efl, do: U r Koed, Ravenna, Ohio: M V- Graat. Cincinnati: J -Sootl, Lebanon, Ohio; Mrs 11 A Scott, Lebanon, Ohio: Mra.JU Kodffars and bor.: L.abanon Ohio: Jas I Rodeors, do; J H !oliins, Jiew York: John L Brold, Hamilton Ohio. Henr TJurtiss, Oineinnati Ohio; V Hitobcock. Bntler Ohio: John Ci Camnbell: Indi- and cnua,. uajton vmo: ti a ruey. uievelana OhTrU J Benenot. rew York; V Anderson and lady. Shelby Ohio; J H Thomas, Springfield Ohio: w u Terry, fi.an6af; unaa A. mokenson Bt lionis; K B Hurting, Indianapilis; K Westwater, oiti; Geo Phillips: OovinKtoo'Keiitoek.yi-'JefrrT Blies. Fort Warne Indiana: A S. lluoth. tiDrinefield. Illinois: .1 F r.nrlAra anil wifa KAnt (Ihiri; J Kurjra4. Olpv land: J K Warner, Lansing .Michizad; M M Per- kins. Uleveiand; -l J r oots and wile, jenerson. u J M Sterlina. ir. Cleveland.- ZETTLER HOUSE. Asa. Hitches. Delaware, O John Richards. Ash ley. 0:..Jos -Keok. Colunibu. O : G teTansoni Fickerington, O : A W Simonton. Lithopolis, O i II W InTM.n M.,v;ila A.- V -1flaVif,' Now York Cit ; J B Summers,' City ; G W Saylor.-doi a s oarisdo ; t, e fo(ipleton. Uelawaravo : James RHubbelt. dn; James M Blackwood. Litbop .lis; O : Hettry 11 Brown., do : C H Finiiey. do ; Oynia MnUomb. GroveDort. O.. 3 . - -t . 1 Wm Arnold. LilhnpiisOhio. John Killiti, do; John Wright, Canal Winchester Ohio; C B Bobbitt Hart ford Ohio:. Geo H Seymour, do: J Baily, New Al bany; Ohio; Samuel apees,OitioinnatiOhio;T Gra ham, Harris burg Ohio; A B Rarv, Groroport Ohio; G S Dildine do: l)avid Cullers, Revneldaburg Ohio; Chaxlej Fayer. ljancaater Ohio; Fareell, Reyn oldsburs; Ohio; Miss Viotori Shaw. Groyeport Ohio: L A Calour L,- san Ohio: Mrs M t Kookwel and family, do; Wm Smit , Summit Co Obio. PRESENTS. i;OQO PREMIUMS! VALUABLE . aND VHEFVL ARTICLES! REENBACKS. ITIUSICAI-. HVSXHI7. ments. Gold anil silyer atches, riewine Ma- l,inAA. Art. Send 6U cent. and rcoaiya by TArnrn mail, post-paid, a Certificate of Interest in our Dis- tribution, and a choioe of the fine Steel flatan- SrvV ASlilNGTON FAMILY. ' BEN F. WADE. LIVCOLN FAMIJjY.Q GRANT FAMlLy, GRANT IN PEACE. Slct!U;i.LAN JVND WIFE. SHERMAN, . -"Washington as a Wason," "Guard an Angelg," "Child of Heayen," "First Sermon," "Second Ser mon." VEvaneeline.""Lonefell6w'sChildren.""AI Gooil Brother," and "Happiness." af Clubs of five or mure will be furnished at ths rate of 4ii cents each . AS" CianvHsserej Wanted. -5T' 1 ;: WEEU. McUMBEtt A CO., myl-eod3m Ho. 9 Opera House. ColnmV.ua, O. FURNITURE. MICHAEL HALW. - CntRLKS 0. BELLOWS. C. T. If Bt'TLEK. IIAItC, IlELLOWa) & BUTUEIR, FURNITURE-WARE --ROOMS,- No. aie t ais soutu uia St., , .... .r i -. a . .. . . r co una buss, oiiiu. (.Their extensive ttanitfactory it at the Foot of Hotuhetrttton the CanaJ Their business transactions, both Wholesale and Retail, new extend thrr-ughout the States of Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Indiana. They luanuiactore PARLOR, BEDROOM, DININGROOM, HALL, AND "': KITCHEN FURNITURE ,-"'.. of all classes and every design' of superior work mansiiip and finish. Also, (Jane-Seat Chairs of every description. Wholesale and Retail. febS-devdlr HOTEL. ' - ST. JAMES HOTEL, Fourth Slrce, near Main, B r CINCINNATI, OHIO. HENRY P. ELLAS, - - - - Proprietor. THIS POPULAR HODSE, CENTRALLY Lo cated and convenient tj business, and to all. points of travel, is the mosl desinable stoppins place for persons tisUinc tha city, tio paint will be spared to make the btiy ot suesU plearant iu every particular. myU-dUu COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Money Market—Aug 4. GpLD-j-Goldfirmar.voDening at .145, closing atl46) .-' -8' Cincinnati Money Market—Aug. 4. GOLD 145 borylhge' nirr -ir; " - - New York Stock Market—Aug. 4. ; GOVEKKMEXT-8TOCK8Weak,f e-eept-' 10-40$ which--advanced nririer active foreign .demand, and old eses of,'8i which rs strong at 1515. CoudodbV of 82 U4K114k .'64 11U110 '65.1W . 112; new i0hlQ8V; '67 l08;10s; 68108J109; 10-403 109100M- " - 8TK;Kr-6!30 1 pricea-WelTs 'Express 2626K; American 44; Adama 52?i 52; United 3tates -:. 454G; ' Merchanu' -Uiuon 34?j 24; . Pacific AIjiU 101 lot,1: Western Union IVIegrapli 3434; New York Contral 130J130; JSrie 58(58; Ohio &cAiis8i!ipi' 229; ' Wabash 49: Columbns 86M; Miehlaan Central 119: miunigan ssoucneri) u4(gsuj; I'lttsburga 87l4S74r Toleda - loi lul) ; North Witru-8l81;.Jiori;.Wayne 110, ' ' 1 New Market—August 4. 'fcOTTOJf Saleiso-90QJales at 30c for middUng uplands. - - - '. tL0JRCioed'qu,ie;- decided change. .'. WHRAT Iotntnal: Nor 2 spring held t 2. 002 07; NCI at f2 09210.-. -.a. JllE Scarce and firm atl 801 88. OATS Dull at' 82c in store and 835 dfloert. i9l UI, .-mi! , tt'n .- COBNFirm ;-iwith good : gpecfllatlve and Eastern demand at 1215 for un sound and 1 161 19 for new mixed 5Vetern-atl6at'.jf ' - - ' ' ' ' PORK Quiet: mess at $29 00 cksh' and $29 12 regular: sales 500 bbl.mess sellers. MwSptJat $29 25:"" "" "''"'' 1 JiliEF Nominal; unchanged. ! CJIJT MEATS Steady; and moderate de-" mand; sales ot 50 packages of bagged hams at jBlc1 , ' '-'- '--'-. B ACbXjiA. Ahade ' fir mer, ' with a . fair inqnrry.J,ir-x-r" .,, ,..V .,lr, . , iiAKD-rVery :flrm. lSt for jrime steam, and 18 for very choice. .EGGS Ja i Jalr.flreqneM at 252Sc, the latter an extremes-. Cincinnati Market—Aug. 4. FLOUR Firmf familv $9 7510 25. . P SVTiIT&neldCliigher,vrbecaasii! OKb lieht snnpl?: newt la good order, held at $1052; little-Aid Inrmarket; ne lot, not offered to-day, held it 92 20. -i ' ' or poUN-fAtjvaneed to SGS7c for ear, and 8y00c tor shelled; market firm, in '' J jMATS a ew ottered at 50e. ;, ,' ' BARLEY Sold at'SV' -"I-' 'i; t;;," , ' COTTON In fain , local demand, from ' spinners at 30o for middling.;-Keeeipts ior it TOJ5 AQCO-rUocBanged and quiet.;:'" WHISKY Firm .FOOD i boutl; no sales at -better than 65eJ , i ' 1 - . , PORK Mess hfild at $23.75(229. hut htt demand. " .-p'o'l bat ik i., i'sv-i BULK 'MEATS Held at -.12(14J for loose, bat neglected-.""'"" J':!:--':"''' '. ' BACON-Quiet at XZVic for shonlderK lG17e for clear rib -and Iear.ldes;.-- 1.AKD-Held at 18-Jtf. tut no inouirv of tidte. -' f, ,1.- H AMSSagar cured 2021c and in fair demand. . ' SEED Clover dull and nominal, offered t 12(5. -: -' i,r, ,'i ; OILS. Linseed quiet and unchanged; lard oil -advanced to $i 331 33. " i is&vvvA 11 jL,rar-75c lower and ouu.-r UO&S $S10.; ' :) t :-: . - , -' Chicago 4. r.PLOUR In better, request; spring wc tras $8 2511 50. ! '" - . WHEAT Quiet arid fli'm; advanced lc; sales No. 1 at 1 85 for new: No. 2 at 1 75 1 77 4br new, and. 801 82 for old : closing, steady at $1 76 for No.- 2. " Since 7(jh an ge sales at $1 . 8U 1 82 lor , new and $1 7Gl 78 for old No. 2. ' - - ' u - C0KN-4Firm active and unsettled; . l;6peiied.at,92'c$l 00 and closed st99o $I 00, No. 2 at 9799c and rejected at 9394"VTSalfia .thiB. afterneoa t ?9Ko for Nc-.'. ' -' -t-iv - OATS In better" reqnet and 22X higher, with sales at 5860 tor new and 65c for old; closing, with sellers of new at 60q.- " ' ,'' ' " 4 RYE In fair demand arid' firmer at $1 34 r 36 for No.-1 and $1 33 for No. 2. ! BARLEYfQuieti ! imsettled,- nominal and unchangeu. . .. n St. Louis Market—Aug. 4. " TLOUR Quiet and nncihanged with cot Siderable goihg East and South . 1-"l!ir f WHEAT--Ohoice grades ' firm; But 16 qualitifs dull apd nominnl. ! '' - CORN Better at 8390c. 7--' '! ' -' ' ' OATS Firm at4653c. ' 7 ;;: ' RYE Better at $105.. - ' : - "; ' PROVISIONS Unchanged. "PORK $29 0029 25. ' v . iU ' :BAOON-jShoniaers-12i'13j.' '" '" CLEAR SIDES Wim7fi. . -r ' " ?rL'ARD 18c for choice tierce. ...!'. I a V. . li; -'I- . - - - ;f a Toledo Market—Aug. 4. I i , 1 j FT.0lTR-!-Sales XX amber $9 50ir. '' '-WHEAT 23c- better;' sales whlta Michigan $2 40; amber do $2162 17; No, 1 rH If,; tn O. lin 9 rU- Mr, 1, anrlnv $2 00- lor -amber; seller,: August, $2 02; do September,'$2 00; buyer, September, $2 20; " CORN Active, firm and better; sales of No.-l tltgrOl; No; 2 white $1; condemned 70c . r i - OATSp-SC-betterf sales "No! 1 at 05c' 1 ' RYE Sales two days, seller, $1 23.- '! !R t' ' '' ' : ' ;'r' - Buffalo Market—August 4. 1 " FLOUR Advanced 2550c '. 0.11' spring grades.' -r ',. i,' .' . ' ' ,." , ' ,, WHEAT Firm' and' unchanged. . '"" ',! CORNr-Active J.ales of 1S0.0OO bush at $1 04 early,' later, a, $1 05l Off, and at close' at $1 07.' -' . , .- ,.: ','.'.,. j :..,' .FilEfHTS---U4ichKngerli V'.', ,'! ii"j'ji..t Milwaukee Market—Aug. 4. ! ,:,'rLOUR-Qaiet;CityiXX $10 00. j '- i . WnEATpmuial; $2 00 lor No. I'M store. - 7 ;-.., ,.j 1. ..,.,.i Paving Notice. 7o all whom it maycoiiMm: - : " civ "-f i -rr. if TJITY-CLEfrifS'OFFICK', ' i ' ) ! ;. !CT .' COLTfaTBOS, O.. July 3. 1868;J Notioe is hereby eiven that proceed in have been instituted in the; Citf - Counoil of Columbus tot making tho following improvements, to wit : - s For grading and graveling the roadway and grad ing an i paving the sidewalks on North High street from Clinton avenue to the corporation line.- '. .-.. The same to bedoae in accordance with plate and estimates to be prepared by the CityCivUngineer and filed in the office of the CKy Clerk. All persons claiming damages on account of (aid proposed improvements, are required to file their claims in tbe office of the Clerk, in writing, on o before the Seventh day of September, A. D. 1868. L. . WILSON, ' jj-dltaww i; 1 '! i : i . i City Cleric . Paving Notice. ' To all whom it may concern : .u ' . .' i - i '.,, . ...i ;.: ('CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. 1 ' - f ! -s : . . Columbus. O.. July SO, lasa.) . : Notice is hereby given, that proeoadings have beea instituted in tbe City CounoiL of Columbus, ior making the following improvements, to wrti " For grading the roadway and tidewalks of Bond Street from High street to Kerr street. - Also, tor grading and excavating and gutter pa Ting and graveling Strawberry alley from Seventh street to Washington avenneon both sides. t The same to be dona in accordance with the plats and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil En gineer, and filed in the office of the City Clerk. All persons claiming damages on account of said proposed improvements, are required to file their claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on t r ne'ore tne eoveuin aay ol aeptemoer. a. .a. 1868. L.E. WILSON. ' Jjy24-ltaw4w - ; City Clerk. Paving Notice. 7eaUuhorn.it may concern ' .. . I xt .,-..-ii .- CITY CLERK'S OFFICK,' h " f. : ., CoLDMBca.O.. June2. lrm) ' Notioe is hereby given, that proceedingsbave been instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for mahing the following improvements, to wit: For the extension of tbe Month street sewer east to English and Martin's subdivision.. . Also, for grading and paving the nnpaved aide walks, gutters and crossings on the west side of Sixth street from Town street to Rion street. . Also, for grading aad gattering and paving tha sidewalks of Frospsot alley from North Public lane to MKeUej. .. ,i t i The same to be done in accordance with plats and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil tin Sineer, and filed in the office of the City Clerk. -'. i All persons claiming damages oa account of said proposed improvement?, are required to file their claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or before thejFo.urteaath.dajr of U3tj-Tg2? ,jyi.dUaww , ; ,", - City'cieA. Paving Notice. Te all ichom it may Concern: - ., :;.. v - CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, Columbus. U July 13. 1SH8.1 Notioe is hereby given, that proceedings have been instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for making tbe followit g improvements, to-wit: . For grading, paving, guttering and graveling Mo Kee alley from Seventh street to Cleveland avenue. The same to be done inaooordanoe witb plats and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil En giner. and filed in the office of the City Clerk. -All persons claiming damages on. account of said proposed improvements, are required to file their claims in the offioe of the Clerk, in taritiug, on or before- the Twenty-ninth day of August. A. D. 18U8. - -i L. e. wiLsorr. - jylT-dltawiwr City Cleric.