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AJTOI W. FBAKOISCO. " JOHN D, CALDWELL.
1 ' ' ' ' IDITOH) AHD PRePRlRTOafl.
The Lost Navigators—Franklin's Designs
:. 8), tons Rossj In a letter to Sir Sdwibd
Finn, when fusts' were entertained ana
' ' tprwietl of th loss of Bir John and Captain
sjcostiir, nyn !
A I ' "Their last letter to I an from WhaleBsh
Islands, the day jirevlonj to thefr dopartur,.
. Infermi me that tiy had taken on board pro
iti4 : yMons for tbr arsy-on full allowance,
wbioa they oonld extend to four years withoat
any serlonrlaoonvenience, so that wo may feel
assured they onnnot want from that souroo
A tU after the midJlo of July, X849." : ,,
vj Bir.'(TpH RiqHiRnjo:jiae ; of Captain
Fsaxemx's wsrniost friends, speaks thus of his
,.( dssigaa (..,.,.
J "I had many conversations with Ibakkm!
. up to the era of hia, dep&rture respecting bin
.i . f"far proceedings,,; jtis plans; were to shape
" hia coarse, in, the first instance, for the neigh
houd of Capo Walker, and to puib to tbo
j : Westward, in that parallel; or, if that could not
be aocomplished, 4? make his way Southward
to the channel discovered on the North oos.st
of tho oontinent, and so on to BehrUig's
Strait; fulling of success in that quarter, be
meant to retrace his conrso to Wellington
Sound, and attempt a puisago Northward of
Parry's Inland; Knd, if foiled thero also, to
ridesecnd Regent's Inlet and seek the pasBngo
Along the ocaat diioovered by, Messrs. Dbhsk
WHEN LAST HEARD OF.
( , ,, Xhe lust accounts. ,receiveil of the expedl
' tlonbore the dale, of July , 2(5, 18-15, when
(,'uptaiu Dannett, of tho Vine of Wain
i wholer, fell in with tho discovery ships in
t( Melville Buy, in 74 dog. 48m,J north latitude,
and 08 dcg. 13 rain, west longitude. A boat
with seven officers boarded tho whaler, and
" Captain Daxxkti was to have dined on board
Sir Johk TBANiam's ship tba following day,
but, the 'wind favoring, he Bailed during tho
nijjhtj and was. therefore 'unablo to be the
"' Wro'r of loiters which would otherwise have
been sent by him. Captain D. says tbat tho
oflicors whom he saw, but of whose names
with the exception. Captain Fitzjambs he is
' ' ignorant, wore H Well nd in good spirits.
The olficf rs then expressed good hopes of
sofin completing thoir expedition.
THE SEARCH—BELIEF EXPEDITIONS.
In September, 181(1, Sir .Ton Ross pro
i posed to tho Lords of the Admiralty a search
:'a xpsdUioar Thcir' reply' was, "We do not
intend immediately to dispatch a relief ex
pedition." The news now rcccivod decides
..." Sir Jons TtusKi.m's fato, before even the
first expedition was undertaken in the manly
' tn? to search for memorials of the lost.
, When the year, lS4Shad arrived without any
' tidings of this gallant parly, 6re.it Britain die
patched threo separate expiditions to reclaim
them. There, Dr. Kanb observed, were well
devised, but peculiar draw-backs seemed to
attend their, efforts, and before the beginning
- f 185'thoy had all abaniloned the search, al
: mot without attaining the first threshhold of
inquiry. Their failure aronsed everywhere the
. generous sympathies of men. Science folt for
Its votaries, hnmaally mourned, its fellows, and
an Impulse -holier and more energetic than
euher, lftvoked a' "cfusailo 'of rescue. . That
' admirable womuD the wife of Ejir John Fbaxk-.
, uh, not content with stimulating tho renewed
... efforts of her own countrymen claimed the co
eporation of the world. In letters to the Prcs
Idert of tin United 3tatt3, full of tho eloquence
of feeling, the called on up, n9 a kindred poo
, plo, to joiu,lif:irtaal hand,in the enterprise of
. inatohuig tho lust aavigaton from a dreary
. grava.i '"
THE UNITED STATES RESPONDS.
"'" AH know of tho noble Ghiskblt. expidition
under Lieuteoant PbIIavk.v in IPiO, of tho
notable one nndor Dr. Kane, in 1853, and of
the last expedition of Lieutenant IIartsikis,
which returned In October, 1855, which have
given renewed lustre to the American name,
AUTHENTIC AND REPUTED DISCOVERIES.
' .: Tho first American expeiitlon mado the only
relinblo difcovery, perhaps, of memorials of the
n rrty.pf P", Johs Fbaskms; they came npon
their enmitnpment or first winter quarter at
Ceechy Island, where they found three graves,
of those wbp'W died as lute as April, 1848. .
' 1 In the snramer of 1851. Dr. Joh Ek, who
i had been many yeaa in the employ cf tho
lTiidrm.jBny pompaoy, encountered a party of
: . wandering Eiqulmaux, who satisfied him from
their representations, and by the exhibiton of
various small articles In their possession, which
had heloDged to the missing ships, that Sir
Johk, with at least thirty or forty of his com
panions, had perlshod of hunger, In the spring
.' ! 1851, in tho neighborhood of Fox P. Ivor,
' This was not rell&blo, if the following can be
depended on; we have no fuller particulars by
' the dispatchos last night. '
AUTHENTIC AND REPUTED DISCOVERIES. THE LATEST NEWS.
Jtn June, ISir, Sir JuUN Fbanelts died. In
' April, 1848, Captains' CnoriKH 'and Fitzjajim
with one hnndred and five snrvirora abandoneii
' the ships in the Ice, and proceeded toward
flreat Fioh River. Their fate no hit'oriaa has
; reeorded. ' ' '.' ' ' 1 ";" ' ' 4 ,i ": ' '
The International Cricket Match.
' The result of the games at Hoboken of the
, "All Eogland Eleven," with the . twenty-two
; of the United States, has terminated as we de
, sired In favor of the (killed ones wboeame
aeross the water. The agitation of the subject
"of oat-door amusement and excrcisowiH be, in
this ease, attended with, the profitable result
ef acquainting the ' Atatrlcat people with the
, , j need of diversion, of tha bealtbfulness of the
game of Cricket, and the importance of phjai
tai training. In tba West we work with a
ID tpp . devotedly, perhaps, for mere gain.
Oar bnalness and eur wealth for a while' grow
i-rernpldly than we can enjoy them, and we
beoomo morofe'and diseased, and hurry ont of
life ere life has become a relidh; ' A due mlx
k, tare of jhsrd work and - regular play would
ork a capital enro of American oharacler and
laaprovement of the American's body. . ' '
Are You in Favor of Annual Sessions
of the General Assembly?
V, voter, you favor a change of the Consti
tution of Ohio, so as to provide that all regular
, fusions of tbe General Assembly shall com
mence on tha first Jlondsy ia Jnuary, aunn-
; ally, yon will thus cast your, ballot to-day:
The Season Approaches.
ClftJlDnaH la tbe (treat point of interest to
WSf and iiorft-packcriC " Capital seeks Jhii
TOM where, conveniences and appliances for
41i9 wrftM'nlp'e;' The beef-packing pre-
til if of thi hog, and prioes bare will rule 1
'U '.iie as m any other market.
The Season Approaches. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
Four Days Later from Europe.
THE INDIAN AT FARTHER POINT.
FARTHER POINT, October 10.
; Tho Bteamihin Indian, with advioea from
Liverpool to the 28ih ull., fourdaya later than
tnose tumiBUe i by ihc ikmada, passea vm
point this afternoon, bound for Quebec.
It was rumored that tho definite treaty of
peace between i rauce and Austria would bo
signed at Znrich in a few days.
The Overland Mail had furnished advices
from China to August 10. Tho whereabouts
of Mr. Ward, the American Minister, was
The impression prevails that tha Great
Etutcrn would be still further delayed, and
that her departure for the Unitod States
would not take place on tha 20th of October.
LIVERPOOL, September 27.
Con Sales for the last three days have
been 21,000 bales. The market closed dull,
prices being easier, though the quotations
remain unchauged, except for inferior quali
ties, which nro sliehtlv lower. Tho sales
include 1,000 bales to speculators, and 5,000
bales for export. The advices from Man
chester are unfavorable, prices having do
clined. UrmdtUiffs The market closed dull. Flour
steadv. Whoat nuiet and vrioos steady.
Corn has a declining tendency, thore being
little inquiry and prices weak.
Provitumt Close dull. Boef firm. Pork
dull, and quotations nominal. Bacon quiet.
Lard dull at 504.
Produce Coffeo steady. Sugar cloBea dull.
LONDON, September 27.
Breadatuffs dall. Sugar heavy at a de
cline of fld.la.
LONDON MONEY MARKET.
LONDON, September 27.
The Money market is generally unchanged.
Consols quoted at 95(gitj3.
The repairs to the Great Eautcrn wore go
ing actively forward, and it was thought prob
able that she would in a few days proceed to
Southampton and finish her repairs.
The telegraph cable between Sicily and Mal
ta bad beon successfully laid.
The London Timet has another leader on
the San Juan Island difficulty. It laments
that the former difficulty should have left any
pretext for the question which has arisen, and
says that it is a ease for the earliest possible
The Earl of Derby has carried out his threat
to clear his Doon estate in Ireland, so far as
to serve every tenant with a formal notice to
It is rumored that Sir Hope Grant has tbe
command of the expeditionary force to China,
and that ten thonsnd men will proceed from
India, but nono from England,
The steamer Afncrr arrived out on ttio Xfuh
The American ship CharUt Suck, nearly
loaded for Liverpool, was burnt at Bombay,
and proved a total loss.
Tbe Paris correspondent of the Timet says
that the amended Zarick programme is stated
as follows: A definite troaty of peace will be
signed by the three powers. The treaty will
be drawn by n hieh Austria cedoa Lombardy to
France, who will transfer it to Sardinia. Tbo
most difficult point in the double transfer is
the debt, and on this head it is believed that
Austria will moderate her demands. The other
documents respecting the Italian Confedera
tion, Duchies, &c, will be signed by the Aus
trian and French Plenipotentiaries only, as
Sardinia utterly rejects (heir restoration and
will not under present circumstances agree to
It is rumored tbat Prince Albert will repre
sent England, and Archdnke- Maximilliaii,
Austria, in tho proposed Congress at Brussels.
LONDON, September 28.
Colonel Hawkins, Commissioner to settle the
Oregon boundary-line, arrived yesterday, and
had an interview at the Foreign-office immedi
ately after his arrival.
The Paris correspondent of the Timet says
tbat there is still a bitch in the peace negotia
tions, Austria persisting in keeping an army
A deputation from tho Romagna waited tip
on the King of Sardinia on the 24 ih ult. The
King saiu, "As aa Italian prince, I am re
minded that Europe, having in view the state
of the Roinagnese people, wno demand prompt
and efficient measures of reform, his accepted
furmnl obligations toward your country. I
receive your wishes ; and, strengthened bv the
rights conferred upon me, will support your
cause before the great powers. You may rely,
on the sense of juslicv you may rely on tho
generous love of our oountry, of the French
Emperor, who will accomplish the great wotk
of reparation ho has powerfully bogun, and
who, assured of the gratitude of Iuly, and
seeing the moderation which has characterised
your resolution during the last moments of in
certitude, will recognize that, in Romagna, tho
mere hope of a national governine.it suffices to
put an end to civil discords. . When your nu
merous volunteers arrived, during the dnys of
the national struggle, to enrol themselves un
der my flig, you knew Piedmont would not go
to war for herself alone, bit: for our common
"To-day the unanimity of yenr wishes and
tlio ordor which you observe at home, are
gratifying to my heart; and nothing hotter
could insure your future destiny. Europe will
recognize that H is tbe common interest to
finish the era of disorder, nnd thereby satisfy
the legitimate desires for peace."
The decree of the King of Naples extendi
to Jane, 1880, the period for the admission of
' Dates from Hong Kong to August 10, had
reaohed London. Nothing of any moment
had oocurrod since the affair of Pehio,
The gunboats and a steamer remained in tbe
Gnif of Pecheli, the rest of the squadron
being principally off the entrance of tbe King
pore River. One of the Hong Kong newspa
pers state that Mr. Ward was still aboard his
ship, and as little likely to obtain the ratifica
tion of bis treaty as tbe English Minister.
Another journal speaks of the probability of
his having gone on to Pekin, and a Russian dis
patoh, published at St. Petersburg, gays that
he arrived in Pekin, bat was kept in confine
ment. - ;
' A Russian authority estimates tbe loss of
tho Chinese at the Pehio Forte at 1,000 hilled.
The number of wounded is not stated.
. It was said tbat some of tho wounded En
glishmen were in the hands of the Chinese, and
were well treated.
' The state of Admiral Hopes health continued
An mente occurred at Shanghai, during which
teveral foreigners wore killed and others
wounded, i Among the latter was interpreter
Fay, who was in a precarious condition.
The riot is said to have arisen from the
kidnapping of coolies from a French vessel,
but the master of the vessel asserts that the
Chinese came on board and attempted to rob
him, and he was compelled to tire on them
in eclf-defeune. , .The French Minister had.
ordered the alleged onolie vessel into port for
a strict investigation of the matter. ,
At Hong-Kong a moderate business was
doing. A similar report is . received from
Canton and Foo-Choo-Foo. At Shanghai
black teas were thirty per cent, higher than
the previous season, while the quality was
inferior., " . :
India. The Calcutta mail of August 21
had reached England. The news was gen
erally anticipated by telegraph. The die
arming of Oudo had been completed. -. ,j
NoolUcial requisition for troops for China
had yet been made by Mr. Bruce, but the
Indian Government bad warned two regi
ments to hold themselves in readiness. ; i I
, The crop of indigo will be shorter than
was anticipated. .U-,t ,a
Africa. Uape of Good Hope dates to the I
31it.Antus were received.
counts' from the LlwItnyflsditwBaad
been received. The ship Shthmihautiort, bound
to the West Indies with Coolies, was burnt a', i
sea, July 1. Tbe Captain and erew, sixty-four I
in number, wero saved, but all the. coolies,
Austbalia. The Melbourne mall, ef Au
gust 19, reached Odeu September 19. . Busi
ness during tbe month had been very quiet,
but the arrival of the English mail created
both a commercial and monetary improvement.
Jipak. In Japan affairs had assumed a
very uosatisfnotury position.- Oa Jaly 11, the
too Uritisn xroaty was amy rauueu. oidcb
then, the Japanese Government had attempted
to evade it by seeking to confine tho foreign
ers to a small island about ten miles from Jed
do. They further sought to establish a new
ooin as the only one to be used in commercial
dealings with foreigners, although, according
to tbe Treaty, foreign coins were to be rocoiyed
at heir lntrinsio value.
The. present arrangement of the' Japanese
produced a depression of 06 per oent.
The Britinh Consul had istued a protest and
stopped the trade fur tbe present."-
Tunis. Tho Bey of Tunis died. September
22, and the presumptive heir had been Installed.
IMPORTANT FROM TEXAS.
Brownsville Attacked by Guerillas.
NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 10.
The town of Brownsville, Texas, has been
attacked by twenty-eight Guerillas and five
of the citizens killed. Tbe jail was broken
open and all the prisioners set at liberty.
The exoitement was intense. The Mexicans
had Bent aid from Matamoras. The Guerillas
wore headed by Cartinas who shot the Sheriff
of Brownsville last July in attempting to ar
rest him. A party of horsemen, one hun
dred strong rode into the city and posted
sentinels, Gen. Carvajal and others arrived
from Matamoras and persuaded the outlaws
to leave. Fort Brown has been garrisoned
by Mexican troops from Matamoras, and tho
citizens have formed a patrol. lire outlaws
were encamped near the city, two hundred
stroncr. The Mexican General had visited the
camp and obtained a promise from thorn not
to molost the town again. The citizens still
expect an attack as tho outlaws boasted tbat
thore was more on the list to be killed. An
express had been sent to San Autonio fur
troops. The Brownsvillo Flag thanks the
military and civil authorities of Matamoras.
and blames the Government for leaving them
defenseless. The Sheriff and a pope came
do wn to Pointlaabol with the etoamor truontai
mail. Tbe cause of tho difficulty was re
vengo sought by Cartinas for alleecds in
juries. The citizens mostly fled to Matamoras.
WASHINGTON, October 10.
A private letter from London Bavs that our
Minister, Mr. Dallas, is exerting himself to
procure a recognition of the Mexican liberal
government by England, while other prom
inent gun tie Dion are similarly engaged.
Kelinble accounts received here from Mon
terey show that General Vldaurri has not
dosortod to tho Church party, as reported.
An unpleasant umerence ot opinion, How
ever, existed botween him and General De-
gallado, regarding tho administration of his
So far as is known, General Wheat is the
only citizen of the United States that has
gono to fight tho battles of the liberals. The
invitation was extended to him by General
Alvarez several months ago.
Until the publication of Judge Black's
second reply to Judge Douglas, it was under
stood tbat the latter would leave the public to
judgo between their two publications with
out any rejoinder from him, but sinco Judgo
Douglas haB commenced a rejoinder over his
own signature, to appear in a few days. In
the mean time a volunteer reply to Judge
Black from one of Judge Douglas's friends
will be issued.
List of Passengers Remaining on Board
the Quaker City.
NORFOLK, VA., October 10.
The following is a list of the passengers re
maining on board the steamer Quaker City
when left by tho bark Dumbarton:
John II. Pull, Manuel Serard, C. C. Mon
salve, Edmund L. Crabbe, John Cbatrasd,
Madam F. Colibart, P. Jose Diex, C. W. Tor
ran be, wife and child, Henry Jones, S. Ross,
C. Cnatmnd nod friend, Mrs. E. L. Crabbe and
two children, J. D. Debaudocy, F. R. Diez,
M. O.istrello, lady and son, and G. Detnldo.
They number in all twenty-three persons.
NORFOLK, October 10—P. M.
Tbore are still no signs of tbe crippled
steamor Quaker City, and fears are entertained
for her safety exposed to the heavy north-east
gale of yesterday. To-day the wind is light.
At a mooting of tbe passengers hold this after
noon, Capt. Cbndbourne vm presented with a
gold watcli and a purse of gold. The bark
Dumbarton is to leave here as soon as possible
for Now York.
The International Cricket Match.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 10.
The match between pll England Elevenand
twenty-two of Ameri- ca, commenced at tbeee
o'clock this afternoon at St. George's Club
Grounds, near Camacs Woods. The following
is tho score: ; '
America twenty-two, first innings Long,
b. Parr, 2; Sharratt, b. Jackson, 0; Wistea,
b. Wisden, 9; Barclay, b. Jackson. 0; New
hall, b. Pnrr, 3; Hammond, c. Grundy, b.
Parr, 0; Oibbes (not out,) 19; Wright, b. Parr,
1; Hall, (hit wicket,) b. Coffyn, 3; Wilby, b.
Coffyn, 0; byes, 4. Total, 41.
At four o'clock the stumps were drawn.
The play will be resumed on Wednesday, to
morrow being election day. The heavy rain
which fell last night and thiB morning ren-.
dercd the ground damp and slippery. Tho
bowling and fielding were oscellont.
RICHMOND, VA., Oct. 10.
In the house of Clerical and Lay Deput ies
to-day the committee on canons reported ad
versely to amending artiole first of the Con
stitution to locate the convention permanent
ly at Philadelphia. The report was tabled.
The same committee also reported that canon 8
numbers one and two of 1853, arenot repealed
by tho action of the last convention. The
order of the day, the proposed amendment to
artioio three of the constitution wns taken np.
The following is the proposed amendment
to article three i Whenever goneral conven
tions are held , the Bishop's of this church
Bhall form a separate house, with the right to
originate and propose sets for the concurrence
of the house of deputies, and all acta must
pasa both houdca. ,
Arrival of the Overland Mail—The
Funeral of Senator Broderick.
ST. LOUIS, October 10.
The overland mail, with dates to the 19th
nit., arrived here to night. The funeral of
Senator Broderick took place on the afternoon
of the 18th. Tbe remains were followed to the
ground by about J.U00 persons, forming, with
carriages, the longest and most imposing pro
t cession ever witnosaed in San Franoisoo. The
streets were throngtd, and. the buildings along
tho line of procession were draped in mourn
ing. Col. E. D. Baker delivered the funeral
PITTSBURG, October 10—P. M.
: River unchanged since noon, Weather clear
and cool. , r . i
ST. LOUIS, October 10—P. M.
River fallen three inches at this point ia the
lest twenty-four honra, and still fulling slowly.
Nothing new from any of the upper streams.
All aie on the .decline, Weather oloudy and
tnild. , ...I-.'-. - , . .
LOUISVILLE, October 10.
, River falling slowly with four feet six and
half inohoa in the canal. .?. i .
New York Bank Statement.
NEW YORK, Oct. 10.
ilie wvMy bonk lit atejnitMhnws tbe fol
lowing: decrease of loans $932,000; do. de
posits $1 ,300,000: incronse of specie $220,000;
do. circulation $329,000.
The Broderick Duel—Additional from
NEW ORLEANS, October 10.
The advices from California brought by the
schooner Star, via the Isthmus of Tehuan
tepec, state that the duel between Senator
Broderick and Chief-Justice Terry was con
ducted fair and honorable.
- Additional news from Mexico states that the
Church Party threaten the City of Alvarndo,
rud consequently endangered Vera Crut.
Gen. Lamar on Nicaraguan Affairs.
CHARLESTON, S. C., October 10.
The Courier says tbat Gen. Lamar, in A
letter to tbe Galveston A'ncs, deprecates all
attempts at filllbustertsm. He says that the
only two questions loft unsettled by the treaty
with Nicaragua are the olaims of American
oltiiens, and the opening of the transit roots
Both of these, he believes, will be satisfactorily
adjusted. , .
JTff-The Detroit Frea Prut tells a story of
an unsophisticated German who arrived in
that town a day or two ago by the way oi the
Great Western Railway, with tickets for
Erie, Penn. He had been cheated by the tick
et sellers at Buffalo, in buying tickets whioh
took him to Detroit; thence by boat to Clove
land and from there to Erie by Railroad. The
distance which he should properly have
traveled was about ninety mites, at a cost of
$2 75. Buffalo and Erie are both on the east
ern end of Lake Erie. He was sent almost
around the lake, some five or six hundred
miles, end charged for tickets accordingly.
FA1L AND WINTER
JUST BECXITED mOU THB
NEW YORK AUCTION SALES.
Chas. S. Weatherby,
No. 119 FIFTH-STREET,
BETWEEN VINE AND RACE-STREETS,
Offers for this season's trade the moat extwslv and
elsgant stock of
Ever exhibited In tbis city, comprising
Dross Pllks,, Ottoman, Chone.
' Dreu Milks,
Droctia. Ffatinil. '
And a full liueol other Bilks lor mourning, trarel.
ing, evening do.
Also, Dress Goods.
Elegant Ottoman Plains.
Chirila Wool DtltiiuKS.
Plain and Printed Uerlnoes.
Wool and Merino Platdt.
Delaines aad Casumeris.
Voulatds and others.
i-i ard 4 4 Prints.
Mouridug, In variety.
Shawls, . Droche, long and nuare.
r-hawl, Wool, long und mimre.
Shawls, For Minion.
Khanrls, Stella Hordered.
bhawle. Chenille Bordered.
Fhawls, Pliigti llordured.
Shawls, Tricot Wool. ,
Shawls, Borders and Merlnoen,
Shawle, For Gonilemen,
Scarfs, Of all kinds.
lilmiks, Raglans und Ladles' Cloths. .
Also, Housekeeping Goods.
Honsokeernrs' Goods, Bleached and Dro. Damasks.
Housekeeper!,' Goodn, Dnroatk Cloths and Napkin,.
Housekeepers' floods, Huckaback and Scotch Dia'r.
Housekeepers' Goods, l.iuen blio. tingsand P. G. do.
Housekeepers' Goods, Cotton do. do.
Housekeepers' floods, Itichardson's Trlsh Lineal.
Hou.ekcepers' Goods, Marmjllles Quilts.
Housekeepers GooiIb, Blankets.
Hotiackeoper' Goods, Pluno and Tuljlo Covers.
Uousekeepirs' flood,, Drapery Muillus,
The department of Housekeeping Goods rictlree
special attention, and I am able to offor unusual In.
Collars, 81cevCB and OuftV.
Heal anil Imitation Laces.
Lace lie rtli as and Capes,
l.ace and Lore Vails.
A. in vroiaeries,
Also. Hosiery and Glovflg.
Of everr kind and descrlptloa, in Cotton, 811k, Wool
and Merino, (or Ladles, Gentlemen, Misses, Bo?s
Also, Domestic Goods,
Hot only the LAHQEST, bat CHEAPEST, assort,
mint to bs found.
A large stock of Cloths, Caaiimorat, Tweeds, Jeans,
Canada Qttj and Batlntts,
Tbt abt,ie Goods having been bought resently at
the HEW YOEK AUCTION SALES, principal
The Prices are necessarily Lower than
Whlls tbe tjuallir and styles of tbe fibrin ean not
CHAS. S. WEATHERBY,
No. 113 Fifth-street. ,
BETWEEN VINE AND RACE-STREETS.
John Shillito & Co.,
101, 103 and 105 West Fourth-it,
HaT Id itore an ligant itoek of . .
DEMllS & MSIIERIS
Delaine Bobes, , 1(
. Robe de Cliambres,
Irish Poplins, &o.
QarlDf purchased the above floods en th moit
favorable terms, we are prepared to offer great In
dnoements to onr customers. ocllawjdp
, T BANKERS. ..
Ho. 6 WEST THIRD. STREET,
And do a General Banking Business,
90- ' 90 90
REMEMBER NO. 90.
LARGE ARRIVALS .
From the New Yoi-lc anil Boston Aaettons,
ivlilobi I feel confident, will be found '
the olisapest erer offered in tills
' . eltr. 1 i .
10,000 yards Tent; Silks, worth n cents, selling at
700 yards Extra Fauoy Silks, worth SI 12X, selling
at 87X cents;
J.O0O yards Black Silks, worth II 10,so111d at 7X
con Is; 1
1,200 yaidsOU-boUed Silks, worth $1 selling at
4,000 yards Figured Delaines, worth UK oentl.sell.
ing at 12. cents ;
3,000 yards Flamed Delaines, worth 39 oonta, selling
at UH cents;
000 yards Figured All-wool Delainsi, worth M cents,
' selling tt 5 oentsj
1,000 yards of Talenolas, worth M oenti, selling at Is
so pieces frenoh M wince, worth Si, selling at IT
to pieces franoh Mertnoes, worth SI trtt, telling at
10 cases Prints, worth UX cents, selling at 10 cents;
a oases do., worth 10 cents, selling at IX eents ;
cases Plllow-oase Muslin, worth 10 oents, selling at
BX cents ;
I oases do.. 40 Inches, Boston, worth ItH cents, Sell-
ing at 11 cents ;
10 cases Hamilton Canton Flannel, worth 13 cents,
selling at 11 cents ;
0 bales White, Bed, Tallow and Gray Flannels,
worth S3 cents, selling at 39 cents ;
30 pieces Bleached Table Dataask, worth I7X cents,
tailing at 31 oents;
It pieces Brown do., worth (0 sects, selling at UH
Shawl and Cloak Department
Will be found the Latest and Newest Styles.
HOSIERY & GLOVES.
SCOdos. Black, 'White and Mode Wool Boss, worth
37 cents per pair, selling at 3ft oents ;
000 doi. Jouvln Kid Olores, worth S7tf oents. selling
at CO eents; '
S00 do., worth M cents, selling at to eenls. .
1)8,000 worth cf Swiss and Jaceonet Collars and
Nets, 30 per cent, below what they ooet t Impert,
M. .REGAN, ..
No. GO West Fifth-street,
T11HID POOIt WEST OF T1SB.
. foci 1011,17,94 i.
IilOH A HEAITTtFULLT MOUNTED DA
MSCIJ,8 SHOT-OnN, at tbe Arcd faloen,
no. 74 Sn llilrd-itreot.
On HATCKDAY K7ENIN0, Oct. M, UM.
All admire re uf a handsome gun are invited to call
as above and examlno tbie one. The workmanship
l'miilteanil the matorlals the Terr beet. oclla
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONEB,
No. 17 Ktrtte-atreet, t'olumbiie, Ohio.
' W Agent for the WIBKtl SCIKMIFIO ART'
IB AN. odl.am
NEW ENQLISHAND AMERICAN
1. BEeOLIEOTIONS. BY SAMUEL R0S
Eii8, Price 75 cents.
2. ALMOST A HEROINE. BY THE AU
1UOB of "Charles Anchester." Price 9l.
8. LOGIC OP POLITICAL ECONOMY. BY
Thomas De Qulncey. Price 71 eoute. . ' -''
4. OUT OP THB DEPTHS. THE STORY
of a Woman's Life. Price 81.
J. LIFE AND TIMES OP JAMES MADI-
gSON. By Wm. C. Rives. Vol. 1. Pries 83 34. .
6. THE POETICAL AND DRAMATIC
Wo')fVomr. Bdwar Bnlwor Lytton. In 0 rcli.
English Edition. Price $5.
7. ILLUSTRATIONS OP POLITICAL
ECONOMY, By Harriot MarUnsan, 3to1s. Edic
lleh Edition. .
8. THE SUMMARY OF ENGLISH HISTO-
BT. lTol., 13mo. Uc.
9. ACTING PROVERBS: 0, DRAWING
BOOM THEATHIOAL8. 360. .
10. FISH AND PISHING IN THE LONJE
GLENS OF SCOTLAND. 3 Jo. :J
11. SAND AND SHELLS, A NAUTICAL
SKETCH. Joe. ' ,
12. BALTHAZAR; Ob, SCIEHCB AND LOK
By Baliac. Mcy .. - - M '
18. ADVENTURES OP A Vt)UNTK D
"Syisc.11! ,THS AV61 constabV-.
Edition. 3J. . .. . . . , , , ,
15. THE EMPIRE OP RUSSIA FROM TH
K'nu'"t'.6us to the Preeeut Time, By Jm.
RoDert Clarke & Co,
No. 65 WEST FOURTU-TREETi
! " toolle - ' .,
STAR MILLS. A SUPERIOR BKA
of extra White Wheat Flour.warmntMl to plea '
la store aud for sale by ,
' , JO EU( FERQU80N, Orocei
oell Oorrior fftnth and Vine-streets, .
NEW CIDER-PIRST OP THE SBASO s
and a very flna article, Just reeelfedby
' ,. JOHN FEHGC80N, Grocer
oell Ctonrnr Ninth and Vine-streets. ..
"JlAjEW BUCKWHEAT. A VERY BUri'
i.1! KIOB article or fresh Ground KewBachwhei 1 1
last recelred aad for aale by
1 JOuM FEEOTJSO!, Grocei
oell ' Corner Ninth and Vine-streets,
-- t Times copy.
APPLES. ' -
K BARRELS FINE APPLES B
Vf CE1VED this day and for sale at
II AZKLTINk! 4 CO.'B
Seed and Agricultural Warehouse, 17 Walnut tt
, LANE ft BOO LEY,
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
tiorour John and Water. ta.01aeiDiintl,0
flfWIlOI.E8Ar,E BUY2R8 will
vfW , (lad In our Jobbing Department a stock ot
Quite aa attraetlro for Tarlatv. ah
atlon to tbe wants or Western Trade, aa ean be found
la any Eastern eitabllsbment.
Wi hare a large and loalrable stock. Merchant
will find It to their adrantace to giro as a call.
WE DODD & CO.,
144 Main -street,
Bast tide, below Fourth,
: Our Four-Dollar Dress Hats
Are Selling Very Kapldly.
THOSE WHO STUDY ECONOMY AND
require an elegant Ohapean should call and
seleot one from our numerous style.
J. O. TOWEBS & CO.,
No. 149 Main-street,
OKI SOOt BKLOW FOURTH.
COLE & HOPKINS
WIH OFFER ON
''V" RIO II
Silk Dress Patterns
i - -AT '
The above Goods, purchas
ed of the Importers, and at
Auction in New York, are
greatly below the cost of im
COLE & HOPKINS,
. -bvocxssobs ir
GEO. M. WOOD,
FIFTH AND VINE-STS.
,. ' foia.tri
Paris Dress Goods!
COLE & HOPKINS
; ' . ; , ' , WILL EXHIBIT
On ITIonday, October 10,
Eeal Irish Poplins,
Onr Cnstomers can rely upon
tbe recent selections as being
the latest novelties brought to
the country. r :
The Goods -fferc purchased at
the Lowest Casli Prices,, and will
be sold at low flgures.
COLE & HOPKINS,
Cor. Finth and Vine-its.
y"' WILL SHORTLY BE 12? POSSES
T - 0ION of oo of Hoe's row-syllndar Press.
Md will bar for rest onr
Double-Cylinder Hoe Press,
In Una running condition, together wltk Power and
a Larg Boom, 3 H 100 feet. For farther Information
apply at the Coontlng-roora, Knijnlrer Balldlnf.
... . . ; toc-c ,
IS80LDTION J)jF " PARTNERSHIP.
The sartnarshlD hsretofore" extstlotr Ijotirecn
tlie underalaned. anderthanainvr.f Aenlpterrtri k !n..
vaa dlseolved July I, ISM, Jaiuv .Vpiilefrau. tinTing;
eum Die juiwreei iu wn
no concern t.. lua suivi-ssur.
. I0.IL- J'lll.
.. . j
M ti.,: i' ' '
. JAHK8 AHP'uWiATK,
BAM I EL KIjK'KIixOKR,
AUXUUK H. i'UL'MbrUBD.
NOTICE! 07 00-PARTNBIt8BIP.-Th under,
signed formed a ou.parcner.hlp, Jnlr I, 186V, and
will continue IB BouK-nellliig, Pabll.hlnr, Printing;
and Htatlonerr buainess, tu conducted liy Applegat
& Co.. ualng the name and eljle of Apttlegate Co.,
as heretofore. . SAMUEL FUCKIMiaK,
...... j ARTHUR 8. l'ODNSFliKB,
DISSOLUTION OF PAkTBSaiP-Samnal
Mickluger bating luld oat Ills Interest IntheHar.
rlion lurnaoe Cumpanr, at Portsmouth, the bual
Wiu o epatiMuea or t no reiaai nmg par inert.
, JOIljNJi.. VilCKINQEB.
I. 1 I
CABD.-SIr. WlllUm Wrlghtson baviiig become
one of the firm or Applegau 4 .Co., tlie Printing
rjuslnees nfWrighieon k Oo. will bo continued hf
Tbomaa WrlKhiorj, el Uaaold stand, lih tbe Arm
name a heretofore. ' ' WRIUIITtjON A CO.
FINE GERMAN CIO AESl " FINE GER
MAN ClOABSI-John Bate ha just recelred
liW.OOO very superior Olxtra. vbieh he will sell low
for caeb at N AIIOHAi TUSAIEK B'.'ILDI NO,
, oell) -,ii i i . r.jj - . Srcamcietreet.
P LATINO CARDB1 PLAYING CARDSI
John llal.i bat Juat reoelred twenty groe
superior Playing Cards. Fancy VIII, tUramboet,
locator's Eagle and (told Backs, NATION A&
II1IATU1 AJILKINO, rijoamoro-etieet, ocW