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I. RAGA5. Editor WEDNESDAY,....,. NOV. 10. 1858 ims or suBscBirnos. . The Ttut AmeiiiC4N ia published every Wednesday, in Stoubenville, Jefferson county Ohio, and edited by Z. rOtOAS, on tkefpllowing terms : Oue dollar and fifty cents Sn advance. Two dollars within sis months. Two dollar apd fifty cents at the close of the year, . .. .', : No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. -Onrmire 12 lines or less. 1 insertion . . . .$1.00 . . ". 2 " .... 1,25 r. ; v, . 3' . ... 1,50 Every subsequent Insertion ,. 31 One column per year,.,.., 100,00 Professional and business cards per year,. .5,00 When there is no contract made and the num ber of insertions is not marked on the cards or advertisements at the time they are handed in for publication.thcy will be continued in until they are ordered out.and charged by the square The Hew York Tragedy The reports by telegraph an J otherwise of this painful event, have been so con flicting, that ire have declinfd, np to this time, making any note of it. , -. . The sequel shows, that young Couldy, under the influence of delirium tremens, attempted to kill his father, mother, bro' thers and sisters, and two hired girls and then went to his room and blew his own brains out. The other members of the fam ily were more or less injured, and it was thought for a time.lhat some of them could not survive their injuries. The telegraph, of the Mh, transmits the wel come intelligence, that they are all living and hopes entertained of their recovery. ELECTION NEWS. Official Vote of Ohio. The official returns of the recent Slate Election were made out and published at Columbus, Thursday last. They foot up ns follows: v Supreme Judge. William V. Peck ...182,952 Thomas W.Bartley 162,608 . The End is not yet. . As we contemplate the world we inha bit, we are somsiimes tempted, by our scepticism, to suspect that, its firm foun dations never will be shaken, and that the scenes ef beauty and magnificence which we behold in nature's kingdom, will last forever. It is a vain speculation. The Sun will cease to shine upon our world, and the Moon will no more enlighten our nights, the Stars will disappear ; and by the wisdom and power of the Great Cre ator, all materialism will be sublimated. Our World is full of changes. We build edifices ; we lay their foundations deep. and Imagine that we have erected per manent superstructures. In the folly and vanity of our pride, we sit down and view the workmanship of our hands, as though it w.re to last forever. But in a moment we think not of, it is shaken like the reed in the wind, or by the midnight confla gration it is crumbled to ashes, The wisdom of the world selects from the experience of a thousand years, the material out of which to build a govern mental mausoleum that shall abide the ra vages of time, and glorify its constructors A few short years demonstrate the vanity rf the world's wisdom. Sometimes it doeB not require the sheck of a revolution to teach the nations of the earth its ephe meral character even before its final de cadence the world is prepared almost to fnrcTBi that it ever had an existence. The a path of human progress is strewed with magnificent mis. It is indeed very doubt ful whether anything that now exists in the form of human constitutions and gov ernments, will stand the test of many ages. Our own wisely constituted government our organic law what is it ? We pro claim that it is the embodiment of the political character of the people of the United States. The application of truth to the condition, climate and postion of this great nation. If this be a correct definition of our institutions, then we have a government in its truest, noblest, and most exalted sense. But we would ask, what evidence have we, that there will be, in all coming time, a conformity between the popular character, in the- executive administration, and the written code of our organic law? We place ourselves in the number of those who, although no alarmint, most conscientiously believe that there are many causes which proclaim in living dimeters " the end is not yet.'' From a weak colony of thirteen depen dences, we have in the providence of God, grown np to a powerful nation of thirty- two sovereign State, speiking, thinking, reasoning, feeling and believing with uniformity unparalleled in the history of nations. It is true there 'are varieties ; yet, we Sod in all the States of the con lederacy, quite a family resamblance; in dicating that we are Anglo Saxons: We grow up many stales, but one people, To use the simile, " as distinct ns t'le billows, but one as the sea." As we ex tend with the rapidity of the torrent, we incorporate wiih no adverse tribes, nor do we force any nation into an unwilling alliance.-. It is the same family pushing the Star of Empire West of the Rocky Mountains, and to the Isthmus of Darien. It is an extension of the same people, identified in all that gives a moral and physical likeness to one great family, firmly bound together by the strongest ties that can unite man to man Liberty. . ... The dismal prophesies of the speedy dissolution of the Union, or i disruption hereafter, -when the present genmtipti shall have .been. consigned to the gray, betrays not the 'smack' of inspiration.--; They aw but the result of idle feai, or the 'ebulilion of splenatic enemies. As the God of Battles; protected us in , the dark tour of the Revolution, so, lie will again, and hereafter continue to stand by os'ind shield us from impending danger. In our mind the dissolution of these States is yet distant very distant. There has been a'eridiij' the storm ha' recently ra geci with fury, but; we now have a calm, he people are patiently , waiting the op. portnnity u vindicate the character of our Qrgank: Law, hj, in peaceable manner, vfiu'riinjf'Jrora places of trust, the traitors (onrYi-ee1niiiuti6nS.' V.. y? . ;; The 'Fever "tit N'.ifi Or leans. --Nevi dleanS) No v., 6 The number of deaths . fipm' fever yesterday, was 23 . , . r Peck's majority 20,344 : Attorney General. Christopher P. Wolcott 182,083 Durbin Ward..... ..,..102, 137 Illinois Cl.V.VRT.AHD. November -4. The Re publicans have elected their candidate! K . . , . . n I I .1 A .LI for Congress in tne in, xu, an anu iu districts,8nd the Democrats theirs in the 5th: 6th. 7th. 8ih and 9th districts. The Republican majorities for the State ticket in the northern counties are somewhat reduced from 1850. . Chicago. Nov. 4. Washburne, Rep, for Congress, has 8500 majority, Farns- worm. Ken. in me u oiirii; una oi majority. Lovejoy, ltep. in tne da uis- trict has auuu majority, rvcnogg, nrp, in. the 4th district, has 2UUU majority Morris, Dem. in the 5th district, 2000 majority. Robinson Dem. in the 7th, 1500 majority. 8th, JtouiKe, jjem. iouu majority. 9m, Logan,' Dem. 8000. The Republican Statu ticket has 5000 majority. The Administration vote, in the State it is said, is not over 2500. In the House, the Democratic majority is five! and in the Senate three. SpnrNGFiELn. 111.. Nov. 4. The Re publicans here concede the election of U . -f p. : u Uougias oy a majority oi vo m mui House.. . i. .. '. i New Jersey. The lesnlt is three Republican Con pressmen, and two Anti-Lecompton Dem ocrats. In the Legislature, the choice is as follows: Senate, Opp. 8; Dem. 13. louse. Opposition about equally dmueu between Americans and Republicans 85; Democrats 25, giving the Opposition o majoiity on joint ballot, Another Woman Strangled. On Fridav.the 22d ult..at Danville.Pa., Mrs.. Mary Twiggs was executed, charged with the murder of .a Mrs. uajK, in tne spring of 1856. She, together with the husband ol the murdered woman were arrested and convicted on circumstantial evidence, and Clark was hung on the 20lh of September last. J Mrs. Twiggs may have been guilty she may have been innocent, and which, none now living ever may knowbut if it ba true, that in a dying hour, just as we are abont'to appear before the tribu nal of that Judire. to whom every secret of the heart is known, we are honest if we over are; then the circwmsfawictl evi. dence in favor of Mrs. Twiggs' innocence is as stronff. to say the least of it, as was - - . ... r that which condemned her to death ; jor, had .'previously some wards with Shaw, drewhis uowie Knile and cut him ao se verely as to cause instant death. Ioni an Shaw then approached to separate he parties, was then assailed and killed. Thomas M- Hughes, a brother-in-law of the Shaws, then rode up and otwerveu to tK, that he shouldn't kill those boys, twhen K. wheeled upon the old man and killed him instantly, and then meet to escape. While attempting to esoape Kirsky was shot at four, times. On the Wednesday following, Kirsky was found, with some sixteen or eighteen buckshot in his body, not far from the piace where the difficulty occurred. President's Proclamation. Whereas, information has reached me from sources which I cannot disregard r.. ., ua .eA, .I,., oaflvm her mai certain persous iu viumuuii ui hid hands pinioned, and.the - drawn over neutral, of es . e m - her eyes, she appealed to uoa in me mosi ";: r- ; . . , L.-i. .t ,iM.fl thm she tary expedition within their territory , r. '.t, r, mhinh thp Uffainst Nicaragua, a foreign State, with was about to suffer. More than anything which they ate at peace. In order to else, he reeretted to leave behind her, raise money for equ.ppin? and maintain- r two orphan children. . Tlmn lia llm law of hlnnd for blood had viniim A miiliir niinnasfA to I have a 1 1 U . 1 1 V. L T I V. . I 111 a iiv. " - j - " Wolcott's Majority ...20,848 Comptroller William B. Thrall 183,213 Samuel W- Gibson 101,838 Thrall's majority 21,375 Board of Public Works, John L Martin.... .......183,111 Richard H. llendricson 161,815 Martin's maiority 21,296 Average Republican majority. ..20,960. The returns from Meics county were eivcn from the reported official returns in the Telegraph newspaper Tho offi cial returns having as yet not reached the office of the Secretrry of State. The entire Congressional vote was 344- 939, of which the Republican candidates received 184,153, and the Democratic candidates 159,787 difference in favor of Rebublicans, 24,366. . We subjoin the majorities in each dis trict, ' Rep. Dem Distrtrict 256 1st 2nd 3d 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14 ih 15 th 1 0th 17th ISlh I9ih 20th 21st ii u M M ( (t It t tl ( I II M K II Total. .791 .546 .188 . 77 .870 3846 2788 ..,107 1940 .277 .647 .. 2331 .. 2120 .. 230 .. 822 .. 02 .. 1022 .. 3900 .. 3780 . 2306 .26,681 2315 her two orphan children." ' . - " lu!8u "peuuion. persons cou. Hicivnitiii w nu" ----- r issued and sold bonds and other t i l i be guilty of crimo has been taken from contract pieag.ng .mb pumio i-..u. r r.miin i .m A,,nn .irnnrr mid Nicaragua and transjt route through its UCI laillllT aiivi duihu mwwi . - i . able bodie'd men, assisted by" the military emtory as a y 0f their redemon of the State of Pennsylvania, by tha m- iu.uiiii.mi.. Pennsylvania Election Official. The official vote on the Slate Ticket in Pennsylvania gives Read for Supreme Judge, a majority of 27,023 over Porter, and Frazer for Canal Commissioner, a majority of 25.284 over Frost. The vote of the State in 1848 is 6,018 over the vote for governor in 1857. Such a victo ry over tho Democracy of Pennsylvania has seldom been recorded. On the question of Buchanan and Op position, the members of Congrees elect stand 23 to 2 ! Florence and Dimmick are the only true blue Bucks. Schawartz of Berks, Hickman of Chester, and Mont gomery of Washington are democrats but not Buchanan men. It is said they will not even vote for an Administration Spea ker of the House. The Elections. The indications are that the Republi cans have triumphed in the States of New York, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Mich igan, Wisconsin, and Illinois. The Republican, majority in New York for Governor, is 20,000, and in Massachu setts about 10,000. The Congressional delegation from New York will sland 8 Democrats to 25 Opposition. Massachu setts elects a full Republican delegation, consisting of 11 members. New Jersey elects 3 Republicans and 2 Democrats. Wisconsin send 3 Republicans, her full delegation, Delaware, 1 Democrat. The Illinois delegation will possibly sland 1 Democrat and 8 Rt publicans. "Michigan elects a full Republican delegation of 4 members. : ' These returns show the election of 50 Republicans and 12. Democrats to the next Congress from the States which held their elections on the 2d met. Minnesota, which elects two members, has not yet been heard from. Mr. Wil liamson has declared his determination to contest the seat of Mr. Sickics. .The latter has a majoiity over the former of 148 votes.' " , The Governors elected are as follows : New York Edwin D. Morgan, Rep. Masfachusctt Nalh'l P. ttm.ks, Rep. Michigan Aioses wisnrr, Krp. Delaware Wm. Burton, Pern. KenTucry Moving The Louisville Journal contains a oall for an Opposition',! State Convention at Louisville, on the 22d of February, next, to nominate candidates for Governor, Lieutenant Governor and other State officers. An invitation is ex tended to Americans and Old line Whigs of Kentucky, and all others who are desi rous of uniting in Opposition to the pre sent corrupt Administration of the Gene ral Government. The Journal says : ' There is no good reason why there should not be a union of the Opposition strength in Kentucky, and union is un questionably necessary to success. With we shall carry the State Dy an over- whelming majority, and the foundation will be laid broad and deep for a great national triumph in 1860." Peterson? Ladies' Magazj.ve will be greatly improved for 1859. It will con tain nearly 1000 pages ; from 22 to 30 steel plates; and about 800 wood engra ving. Mrs. ANN S. STEPHENS, au- thor of " Fashion and Famine," and CHARLES J. PETERSON author of Kate Aylesfnrd," are its editors, and write exclusively for it. Each will give anew Novelet next year; nnd they will be assisted by all the best femnle writers. " Peterson's Magazine " is indispenM ble to every lady. Its specimens are al ways the latest and prettiest; its steel Engiavings magnificent ; its Paterns for the Work-Table, its Household Receipts, &c, almost countless. The price is but TWO DOLLARS a yeSr, or a dollar less than Magazines of its class, jt is the Magazine for the times. To clubs it is cheaper still ; viz : three eopies for $5, or eight for 10 ; with a splendid premium to the the person getting up the Club. Specimens sent gratis. Address CHARLES J. PETERSON, 307 Chestnut Street, Phila. this expedition is rendered manifest by the fact that these bonds and contracts can be of no possible value to their holders unless the present Government of Nicara gua shall be overthrown"by force; besides the envoy, extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary of that government in the United States, has issued a notice in pur suance of Ins instructions, dated the 27th rection and authority of her laws, after having become weak and emaciated oy long confinement in prison, is taken out, a cord tied around her neck and deliber ately strangled to death. , What for T They 'supposed she had poisoned a wo man, on the strength ot which supposition they, in turn, choked her to death. Tl,,, nrtint if aftni till! fffOVD llSQ O.fiVT. ,i .,n. .L nf YTr. Ta-iiriM. and forbidding the citizens or subjects of any the events ol her execution is nearly for- nation, except passengers intending to gotten, it should be set forth by positive proceed to Nicaragua over the transit evidence that some one else had commit- route from ocean to ocean, to enter its ted the murder-fif murder was at all lerniorv wunout me regular passpun mmi( aB in ihn nf Dnnnellr. signed by the proper Minister or Consul : ' . . n i r .i,.. t . i,i: .;.lf ;n il,o in the Moses trigeuy at the Sea View ",D House, N, J., what amends would the country from whence they shall have I, a,. Af thn Stal. that strnntr . her. ueparieu. ouun uersuns, wnu mm c- iu9 ... 1 n 1 i - . . i, , . make for the injury done her. Could it ception, will De stopped and compeneu to restore her fourfold, as strict justice return by the same conveyance that look would require? Coujd it even restore them to the country. From these facts her to her children and society! Not thfl inference is irresistable that persons even that! It could do nothing and in engaged in this expedition will leave th the eyes of all Justice, the crime of mur der would be removed from her charge, and laid to that of the people of Pennsyl vania. That, though, would be a poor consolation for a life destroyed. Salem Repub. ' MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Pccet Picked of $425. An elderly gentleman, Matthew Carey, from Fort Wayryj Indiana, while on his way East, savs the Cincinnati Enquirer, had his United btatns with hostile purposes against Nicaragua. They cannot, unde the guise which they have assumed, that they are peaceful emigrants, conceal then real intentions, and especially when they know in advance that their landing will be resisted and can only be accomplished by an overpowering force. This expedient was unsuccessfully resorted to prevtou to the last expedition, and the vessel in which those composing it were conveyed to Nicaragua obtained a clearance from the collector of the port of Mobile, allho' list of Mr. Jefferson' alotments of. his servants, between farming mechanical and menial occupations, as early as loll), that the house eervanta (including children) numbered thirty-seven. The whole Mon ttcello estate, sojar s.he had laborers to work it, did not in some years furnish a urpltts ot rood sumcient for his guests, and their horses and . servants I The general mode of travelling then in Virgin ia, was on horseback, or in carriages drawn by at least two horses ; and siran gers who came from a distance very gen erally took carriages from son e Virginia town. Male and female servants much more commonly accompanied travellers than now. Mrs. Randolph. who presided over the domestic establishment at Mon licollo, being once asked what was the greatest- number of guests ske had ever been called on to provide beds tor-over night, she replied, "she believed fifty !" Not only was everything which was rais ed at Monticcllothus consumed or exchan ged for articles of consumption, but hea vy draughts were olten made on tne uea ford estate. 'And such a horde of fashionable com pany consume something beside common farm products. When Mr. Jeilerson nrs; reached what was to bo retirement, he was asked by his daughter on what scale .. . . e desired to live how he woulu nave the appointments of his table.' "I will live like a plain country gentleman," was the answer, lint this standard couta not be followed under the actual circum stances. A'delicious Virginia ham on its bed of greens, engirdled by its ri.n of eggs, (a la Old Dominion,) nnd a slice ot chick en or turkey, might do very well for a plain country gentleman s dinner two or three times a week, and these could be had for the asking on every Virginia farm. But people of lashion to say nolh ing of "New England judges," might not expect to be kept, three weeks on bam and turkey 1 Claret might suffice a 'plain country gentleman," particularly if, as in Mr. Jefferson's case, he preferred it to all summef wines. His visitors might choose something else ; find it was and supposed BUSINESS NOTICES. " Meat Store. Mr. Wilcoxin, who is1 . in experienced Butcher, long and favora bly known to the people of Stoubenvillc, - has established himself on the corner of Fourth and Adams Streets, where he keeps - good supply of meat of the very- best quality, Give him a call. JCyThe high est price paid for Cattle and Country Produce. Choice Tobacco. GEO. HANTCH has just received tho following choice . brands of Tobscco: Paulding'e Continen tal Twist.Crompton's Strawberry, in 4ia foil, Francis Oronoco, National Guard, , fours; and Hare's, celebrated sevens, all of which he offers for sale at wholesale and retail, at his Tobacco and Cigar store Market Street, below Third, near the Post Office. '. . , ' ; ' ''' Fresh Arrival. Thomas Gorstjch has just received a fresh supply of the best Cincinnati, Buck eye and Ilopedale brands of Flour; also, Rye, Buckwheat and Unbolted Flour ; Corn Meal, Corn, Oats, and a good as. sortment of Mill-Feed, which he is pre- pared to sell at reduced prices. Persons wanting to purchase anything in his line would consult their own interests, by giving him a call. Market Street, above Sixth Steubenville, Ohio. ; ' ICT'When the American Colonies shook off the Government of Great Britain, and. adopted a liberal form" of National policy, ihe civilized world enquired,' " what has been the cause of this great revolution ?' The ans'wer was, 'Taxatlon'without.Re-' presentation;" and the world was satis fied with the answer. When the inquiry is now mado, "why is it, that during the f 1 ,(, , , -V Kif. great pressure of the times, when One' wealthy entertainer to impose his tastes fa- f . ...... on his cuests. No person need be told large firm after another is being driven to that ''entertaining handsomely" is an ex- the wall, Frohman & Co., still continue pensive amusement. to do a flourishing business in their ex tensive Clothing Establishment on the corner of 3d and Market Streets V The answer is, "They have a large and well Bank New York. Mr, Carey was walk ing about the depot for half an hour be fore the morning train started, and in that time passed through a crowd of peo ple, moving to and fro, someone of whom was kind enough to abstract his port mon oi'o and all it contained. The lndianiao was compelled, we understand, to post pone his journey until he received another remittance from home. Thanksciviso. Thanksgiving Day will he observed in tht following States, by appointment , of their several Execu tives a follows: New. York, New jer sey, and Pennsylvania on thfl 1 8t.Ii instant, Bnd Mninp, New Hampshire, Manaehu- sdls. Rhode Island, Connecticut,. Maty land, Illinois, Iowa, Alabama, Minsissip pi, Michigan, .Missouri,' Wisconsin and Veimont on the 25lh. fCP The Washington (D. C.) Repub lic, under the head of " A Flurry," gives the following graphic account of the state of affairs at the Federal city, since the rccen telectons. " As politics in a general way, are somewhat dull just now, all matters pertaining to' the private feelings of our rulers will be read with much avidity. The recent elections have caused the assembling here of a large number of the leaders of the defeated party. All sorts of measures are canvassed changes in the Cabinet, sending a white flag to Dou glass, &c, &c. Nothing is agreed upon, and nothing will answer the purpose. The Administration is hopelessly harpoon ed, and the more it flounders and runs hither and thither, the faster it will lose blood and the earlier the inevitable catas trophy will be. Senator Bigler is here, a little fatter than common, and altogether jolly. He has not sensibility enough to be other wise. Faulkner, of Virginia, is here, looking solemn, but not more so, perhaps, than he always does. His remedy lor existing difficulties will be an addition to the army. He never preachel but that single remedy for anything. . Some of the outsiders want to get Appleton out of the StHte Department. Pile objection to him is that his manners are those of a gentleman. He has more sense and conduct than any of the Presi dent's recognized advisers. . ' ' ' The President is stated to he in a state of ferocity, amounting almost - to frenzy. It is agreed, now, th'at his con duct in all contingencies may be correctly anticipated, by finding out exactly what is the worst thing to be done for himself and for his party. . As he is nbove all other men in official station, so does he surpass all other men in the art add mys tery of bluodenog. , t . .. " He has but one single object, and that is reB-leciion. -. If he makes any changes in the Cabinet, it will be to clear out those members who are for them selves for the Presidency, in violation of their doty, which is to support their chief. Cobb and Brown may fall under this rule. Mr. Buchanan is himself a unit on the Bubject of the next Presiden cy,and he means that his cn bnet shall be. He is not to be choked off as Pierce wax. His office holder must support him, or die. . We commend his spirit, and anti cipate favorable results from it. If Cobb goes out of the Treasury, it is said that. Corning, who is to be de feated in (he Albany district, will succeed him. Corning is a rich man, aecustomed to plenty of money, and will hardly rel- inh such a place as the Taeasury of the y mted States is now, ' pocket picked at an early hour yesterday after ft carcfl1 examination) n0 arm8 or morning, at the Little Miama Ra.lroad milni(iong of war were Covered on Depot, of a wallet containing $225 in boar(, yet when they arrived in Nicara- bank notes, a check for $u0 upon a bank- ,h' were f()un(j ,0 b(J armej Rni ing house in Albany, and another for 8150 equippej anil immediately commenced dollars npon the American Exchange bosti,llie9 The leaders of former illegal expeditions of the same character, have openly expressed their intention to renew hostilities against Nicaragua. One of them, who has already been twice expell ed from Nicaragua, has invited, through tha neivepnppre, American citizens to emigrate to that Republic, arid designated Mobile as the place of rendezvous and departure, and San Juan del Norte as the port to which they are bound. This per- Tub Pennsylvania Railroad Company son, who has renounced his allegiance to have now in course of construction, a the United States and claims to be Presi- ntimber of Woodruffs sleeping care, dent of Nicaragua, has given notice to which are so highly prized by night trav- the collector at the port of Mobile that elers. Each car contains fifty-fivo couch- two or three hundred of these emigrants es, and Mr. W. charges fifty cents extra wll be prepared to embark from that port from each occupant. Upon a train which about the middle of November. For left Philadelphia a few nights since, nil these and other good reasons, and for the the berths were taken before the train purpose of saving American citizens who started, and the demand was not supplied, may have been honestly deluded into The cost $2,800, and it will bo seen that the belief ythat they were about to pro- this arrangement pays n good interest on ceed to Nicaragua as peaceful emigrants, the investment $27,50 per day. it any such thero be, Irom disastrous con Any Lords in the Family ?- mr nun ui tne xvc. viiiaiiuj i llisiu v, l ,T .. i Dl , . . .. c. umieu oraies nave inuugui in ii insuu A Touno minister in a highly elabo rate sermon, which he preached while supplying an absent minister's pulpit, said several times, when giving some selected Rtock of Ready Made Clothing, new exposition ot a passage 1 he com- fln(j sej remarkably cheap." The answer men aiors uo noi agree win. me nere. - 8ati9f;lclory 6nd ftU flock l0 Prohman's his ner.tormances. a poor woman came to -w" tl,e exception of those who are so see him with something in her apron. unwise as to stay away make their pur- She said her husband heard hid sermon, chases, and retur'n home satisfied witli and thought it was very good one ; and their bargains. The people are delighted, SB lie 8Aiu "ine cummui iuiutb utu 7tvt Frohman feels comfortable, and everything moves on harmoniously. asrree with him here, he had sent some of the very best Jersey Blues." BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. Three Days Later from Europe. . TIia It nli ok olAnmer (irtrrrrxn . u; o a a I Liverpool from Fayal ; she had taken band and for 8ale' Flour of the veT best soundings for another Atlantic telegraph, from Newfoundland to the Lnghsh Chan nel via Fayal. iTFor the special advantage of all. concerned, we give general notice, that Benjamin Pbarce, keeps constantly on ii nny biiuii Micro ue, iiuiii iiisdsuuus uuu- sequences to which they will be exposed, , I. James Buchanan, President of the insio'v, it ,,, kii i, ,i,.,i, w ft, i.;,,,., c T . r .. ..i, I milieu oiuiL'O uave i iuuli I it Hi iu ipouu of Leamington, Eng., was a mero child, ., , fa ., ... 6,..,,' . f. 7,ii t, 'r this, my proclamation, enjoining upon line ui ins uiuc iiisj lemma uua&iiua ui u ir r .1 , ,:i .1 u r ui . 1 all officers of t lie government, civil and the number of noble relations he possess- ,i . . i. .,, Mr- 1 V t. j military, in their respective to be ed asked young Winslow " if lie had , i r 1 1 1 r m:i ti v 1 vigilant, active and faithful in suppressing any ords in his family i' He replied, ,, -n i . i .., ., , , t , . in! these illegal enterprises and in carrying 'As for that, I don t know much: But . . 6 , v . , , , ,, , .1 ... i .u r eut their stauding instructions to that Jesus Christ for our elder brother." ffec. ;. 8 1 Sood c"z.e"8 b7 lhe'r !.sPfkc The Portuffaoso government had yiel ded up a Fiench slavtr, declaring (hat it yields only to threatened lorce. ARRIVAL F THE OVERLAID MAIL.. St. Louis, Nov. 6. The overland mai from California, of the 11th has arrived. The Alto Calif ornian furnishes the following summary of news, since the de pnrture of the steamers: The fiist mail reached San Francisco unexpectedly on the 10;h, being only 24 days out. Ar rangements ar being made forappropri ately celebrating the event. Telegrams have been received from the summit of Sierra Nevada. The steamer Cortez sailed from Victo. ria on the 7th with only, 20 passengers, Steamers were returning daily, loaded down with disheartened miners. The tolal amount of Frazer River dust quality, Cincinnati brand, at wholesale and retail. We have tried it and there fore speak advisedly. North 3d Street, Steubenville. - 0-Notice is hereby given, to all . to whom it may concern, that Jones IloflV mayer, is now in the receipt of one of the largest, and best stocks of Ready-Made Clothing ever brought to this market. Persons there-fore, wishing to provide against the approaching inclement sason, as also those who desire a good Fall suit, would greatly promote their comfort by giving him a call. Honor enough if we are but sure of the relationship. It is a joy to know that he is one of us, and with such a brother, and God our Father, who can boast a higher lineage 1QN..Y. Observer. Srrious Charge The wife'of a man to be affixed to these presents. Done at named Georee Barthold, residing on Wil- the City .of Washington, this, the 30th t for the laws, and their regard for the peace and welfare of the country,, to aid the efforts of the public authorities in dis charging their duties. In testimony whereof, I - have hereunto set my hand, and caused the seal of the United States C7" The' advertisement of Dunlap & Coble, in this issue of tho True Ameri can, shouldtbe read by everybody. We have given it a good display, in order that it may attract universal attention. But after all the attraction in tho mechanism reported in San Francisco mint, to Oct. of the advertisement; it is nothing and 1st, is $o7,O0O. . .. "vaniiv " compared to the reality the Un Hip night Ot the SIXlh, a tlie OCCUr- UnlonM .(not nfirnmU vhiMi tlMM irsn. j t .i,.i.,J oi b-- ICU UI J illUCBW VV II. WlllUU UCOllUVCU I .,''.. J LLflo T.no. nnnn ' lomen have just received and are now Business since the departure of the opening. It is said that oteuoenviiie has steamer is quiet, but the demand from the never, before, witnessed anything to day of October, 1858, and of the Indepen deuce of the Uni ted Stales the 83d. , , James- Buchanan. By the President, Lewis Cass, Secretary of Slate. . Jefferson's Hospitality. ' Randall's life of Jefferson shows what his hospitality cost him,for keeping "open doors," or leaving the " latch string ' always out as lollows : . , 1 Mr. Jefferson, while in the public ser vice, was compelled to neglect his large plantations, and, therefore, in retiring, found himself in debt. This, he soon expected fo extinguish from the proceeds of his farms, and would, have done , so, but for an unforesnen cause. Monticello fant. but ihev are famous for holding on necsme a Mecca for all sorts ot THgrims. . fT! ' L it: I when they come. We shonld judge by "ls mansion was more mrongeu muu Ham street, Baltimore, was arrested yer terday morning on the charge of attempt ing to. poison her husband on Sunday morning Inst. It is said, that while, mix ing the morning bilters of her husband she phced in the glass a large quantity of ; laudanum. , She was taken before Miiyor Swan and held to bail fur court. Thb Quaker VoTE.The Boston Journal says, the long missing Quaker vote in Pennsylvania has been heard from. It is slow, but sure when it comes. , We welcome the long expected 'Qua ker vole,' we missed it in Octoher 1856, and vainly looked for it in tho coming November. Our quaker friends are never the returns, Inat the monthly meetings must be in a flourishing condition in Berks county .--Providence Journal. , The retiring editor of the Dayton O., Gazette, who is a printer, in his valedic tory says : . "We have experienced more true hap Diness as a iour. on a tramp, on board a popular hotel; and with this difference, that his guests did not go away., Friends would remain weeks and even months 1 And this excess of company, continued year after year, Rctuallyimpoverishing a too generous, host. But let us lake Mr, Randall's account " We have already introduced to the i. I - I. . ! .1 . reader Old wormiy, me grey naireu ser MisaissinDi steamboat as a deck nasseneer. vant of Ml. Jeffeison.' We once stood our purse depleted.to the ' last half dime, with liiia before the delapidated pile of wnnoui any expesiauon, a iiiouiinu innes niouiicBinj. . hid huuduo,-mn. from friendly faces, than in our happiest in number, were at the momeht under our eye. liach would hoiu a lour norse coacu. We inquired. "Worrr.ly, how oftert were these filled in Mr. Jefferson's time 1" mnmflltl, nf aililm-il l.fd ". Thb way Pkoplb oet killed in Tbx as. The following from the Baslrop "Every night, sir in summer, and we (Texas) Advertiser, is a very unpleasant comraony bad two or three carriages story of a wholesale murder '! "On Saturday the 18th, a sciies of out rageous murders were committed on Burch Creek, in that county.' It npppars that Mr. A.B.Shaw had en unfriendly alter caiion with the cousin of a man named tinder . that tree," said he pointing to a large tree.. It took, all hands to take care of the visitors I" we suggested. ' 3Tes, sir, and the whole farm to feed them," was the concise nnd significant reply. The last was a literal truth, and John W.. Kirsky, whereupon Kirsky, who j expressed Jess than ipie fact'. ; We find in country is dull. Horrible Harder in Baltimore Baltimor,Nov. 0, Henry Gambrill, a member of a notorious gang of row dies infecting the Southern part of the us to say a word on that point. city, and who murdered police olhcer All we have to say is, that, their goods compare with it.. ' . v The integrity and accommodating char acter, of these merchants is so well es tablished that it would be redundant for Benton a month since, because he was a chief witness against his brother on a are of the very best quality, and remark- Call and see them. , . -1 , . , charge of incendiarism was yesterday tt0iy cneap, afternoon convicted of murder in the first - degree. Last evening police officer Leg- . Returned. Mr. J. ALLEN has just don, who was a principal witness in the returned from the East, having brot' trial ol uampoeu, was aiso stior. ueaa . h him g , 8n(, well Be,ected Btock Un .., nnlnun l nl At i It f m I WT lWT fXtia ti I . -J wcnicwi fat ui sue in t uj who wi i n ' J L tvnnn 1 the same gang of rowdies. The murder tof VJ 9ooi ' acmg 7000 yards of . . . i r . i ' r : a r l i j was committed about nine o'clock in the varpeiing oi every variety oi wiaua nau police officer' housa, and in the presence quality. Oil Cloths, Window Blinds, fins wile and children' ; , &c. &c..allof the best'stv candcheaner p . . - . I BIiU0D DI'l-AIUll . All VUUIt wo lUdUG lag. tiiiciiv iu iuowmu . . 9 - - - Ilenrv Gambrill. who was yesterday con- : &ee sdverusemeni oi ut. oaniora a victed of the murder of police officer Liver Invigorator Benton. He was conducted to jail by an armed escort of eighty police officer. - Fall Goods just received and now Tho iail was rrmirded all night, there opening. GEORGE SCOTT &CO., are . " . . . i . having been rumors ol a contemplated now opening their first supply of Fall Goods attack. Peter Uorre; who was. arresiea purcm8ed in tl,e Eastern cities, for Cash. lor shooting ot icer iieguon, inrneu oiaie s Embracing & great Tariety of sca80nable,; - Cy,, , - Dress Goods, Black and . Fancy Silks," gance from the -excited populace' .lie . ' ' . 8 . i . .1. is..j u- n Robce de Chevne. Robes a Lez. Robes s Baiu vne snoi wb uru uj iMdiiuii viu-jj, - . urm wnu . Riihaeouent v . arrested. LSolh pr'nieu anu pmin u uiiiiii, have been committed, the former as an oes, Chintz. American, French, and Eng- accomolice, the latter as principal., '. The 1 lieh Calicoes," Shawls In great 'variety . police also a rrested five other notorious A very large Btock of Millinery Goods, and " rowuies aurng ine nigni as accomplices, Trimmings of the newest styles, including anu lor, enaeavoring 10 rescuo tne priso- Ribbons, Flowers, Feathers, Satins end -' '.- V1..- Am Ari Alan VnU vet Ribbons and Fringes, of all widths. Steubenville, Sept. 15th '58. ..; ' ';' Wisconsin Election. ' Milwaukee, " Nov. 6.- In the third Congressional distric', Larrabee, Dem., for Congress, has a mjj. of 1130. Occn" to and Shawanne counties, to hear ftom Larabec is cqnsicered elected. Illinois Election. QWe are happy to Inform all who de. sire the services of Prof. Milleu, that he ; ( will give lessons on the Piano and Melode, , on from Nov. 1st, 1858, to April 1st, 185, making a term of five months. Pleaso can Sprinofield, III., Nov. 6.-Ejghl7: at Jo!n5B, MuBio-8tore, 0r address Prof. W mree counues are reporieu, .nu MiUBR, Post Office. '., , ..j , "' . mainmg counties vote as they did in 18o0, the residence the Democratic State ticket yillbave a CCr ro ; r,w . y,B1V small roajoriiy, : ? "." ,r V;; j: 'V '. 1' ' ' ' UBMl.ljr')l)WlPJlljU!jl,'to "