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THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL.
Prohibition in Pennsylvania. The re
sult of the recent vote on the. temperance
question in the Keystone State is uttracting
some attention, in consequence of many
singular features that have been developed.
Ci ties have generally been regarded as offer
ing the. strongest resistance to prohibitory
liquor laws, but, in the recent vote, the city
of Philadelphia gave. 4.760 majority for a
prohibitory law. and Pittsburgh cave over
0,000 majority for the same. On the other)
hand, the counry has generally gone strong
ly against t he law. It is proper, however,
to state, that the farming sections that have
voted by so heavy majorities against prohi
bition, are those portions settled by the Ger
mans and the Irish. Berks, Bucks, York,
Northampton, &c, are instances of this.
the strong mining counties have also gone
against prohibitioli, but the mass of their
population is also composed of foreigners.
On the other hand, the northern and west
ern counties of the State, which are mainly
settled by emigrants from New York, and
New England, have given large majorities in
favor of the law. In a vote of 400,000,
the. majority against prohibition is probably
not over 0,000. In this aspect of affairs the
temperance papers do not think a prohibitory
law advisable, as it could not be enforced.
More stringent measures about license will
probably be adopted, and that is about all
which can be done at present. 0. S. Jour.
Failure of Mi:. Bf.ckel. We are sorry
to find the following in the inonev column
of the Cincinnati Gazette, of this morning :
"Mr. Beekel, of Dayton, who has been
engaged extensively in railroads, banks, turn
pikes, &c., has been in trouble for two
weeks past, and was finally forced to sus
pend day before yesterday. He owned the
Miami Valley Bank of Ohio, the Wayne
County Bank of Indiana, and another Indi-
The famous Brigham Young, the, Governor
of Utah, and grand high priest of the Mor-
mons, came near having an inglorious end
put to his career, in August last. lie. went
into his well to recover a lost bucket.
ana bank, the name of which we do not re-night
collect. He is also principal owner of sev-;
oral turnpikes, and is a heavy stockholder in
various railroads; besides which fie has a
large amount of real estate. Unless his
were greatly overestimated, he
will be able to pay all his debts. The notes
ot the tires banks re terror to are securer! Dv
the deposit of State stocks. Another prom-'such
inent citizen ot Uavton is also embarrassed,
when the curbing tumbled in, the earth fol
lowed, and Brigham Young became for the
e orougui imo
hock, and. in
raifravoccurrecrin Kansas territory
time since The difficulty was be-!
nine suite. ine iiiiutiiuv vds u,
vo Kentuckians and several persons
nonce, a subterranean saint, jjut toe zeai;
of his followers would not permit any such
nnisn to uie me oi ineir most iautuin snep-jand
herd. Spades and shovels were brought into
requisition; the harem ot the buried governor
assembled in lorce to aid the
,i - i . i ,.e a... n 1.
in ine main iiieu.ueij, m urc uu, mm. in
about two hours, they hod the gratification
nullin:r him out. like a forked radish,
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from his sub-sou bed. lie )ieacheti that
night from the text " It is well with me.
I Alb. Reg.
a short time
from Platte county, about a claim. The
matter was left to'a ihird party to settle,!
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who decided in favor of the Kentuckians.
When the decision was proc aimed uie
riatte county claimants headed bv one Inir-
Less, auaciveu u.e ouier pauy ami cut uiem
up with knives m such a manner that no
l.opcs are entertained of their recovery.
who :s at Leavenworth, had the
,,-ties; Hrrcsled at once
puitus ariested at onct .
Passengers now travel from Sieubcnville
to Columbus in one dav.by the Steubenville
and Indiana railroad. "
The Emperor and Empress of France, it is!
said, propose lo visit Queen Victoria in
London duringthe month of November.
return. Victoria and Prince Albert will visit;&
ihe Emperor and Empress at Paris inMay!er
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next, lhe famous trench Cnstal 1 alace
will then be in all its glory, and the magnifi-
improvements going on in Paris will
Important from San Juan—The Mosquito
Washington, Oct. 31. I am informed
from an undoubted source that the British
government has issued orders to its naval
officers and diplomatic agents in the West
Indies and Central America, which amount
to the abandonment of the. Mosquito pro
tectorate, as far as Grey town is concerned.
These officers are directed not to interfere
there any farther than to protect recognized
and bona fide British subjects ; not to assert
any right of sovereignty or any jurisdiction
over the place; not to intermeddle with any
quamd between the Transit Company and
the. town, ot with any controversy that may
there be going on as respects tides to land
or the right of possession, and to leave oc
cupants and claimants to settle it as they
I can. They are not even to lend any support
to the titles to land issued hitherto by the for
mer British vice-consul at the place. Claims
of actual British subjects for damages in the
Ilollins bombardment are to be taken no-
tirvnf tiiiil f n hi rfnrrti'il fin t nn 1 li i n " mori
,l if th A i.ii-ii-i n-. t in tl.o nrt C:,.!ol
illKI Jl UIO Jlllll II1.UII II..HI.J 111 mi. I'un .it ,
Into l1n flacr uf V i f. r: nn:i Ml miv other fl.l"
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Costa llica has also taken on important
step in that region. Some forty or fifty
miles above the mouth of the Sin Juan, a
considerable stream, known as the San Car
los, empties into that river. At the mouth
or tlie altluent tliere is an islnml nommami-,
ing the navigation of the San Juan, and.
this island Co.-ta llica has garrisoned and
is fortifying. At the same time she has
notified the Transit Company that she is
about to take possession of the entire
down to its
! Largest int te VoII.D. The largest and
; most comprehensive mill in the world is the
j Pacific, at Lawrence. It makes none but
the finest, kind of goods, and the success of
its operations is looked to with great inter
down 'est by manufacturers. The floor surface of
The Pacific Mill at Lawhf.xcf. The
bank of the San Juan
mouth, a territory she has long claimed.
t This includes Punta Arenas, whore are the:
buildings of the iransit company, which, if
! the design be carried out. will have to de
possessions camp to the Grey town side, of the vivcr. It
jmav be doubted, however, whether Costa
km ran raise so h hers piimn'i lo execute
a scheme. N. Y. Tribune
. zu,uuu respectively, mere are i,uu loomsj
in operation, to be. increased to 'J, 400.
These, with two thousand hands, produce
Ininnn l 1 1 1 w
j 300.000 pieces of cloth per annum, one-half
ie wec.lv I y consumpuon OI COl-
say 1,500,000 pounds!
id 000,000 pounds of wool.
i th-j two thousand hands as-j
; cashiers olhr-e, where ISlr.
jClaPP W out to them 00,000 for wages,
appropriating to each one the exact amount
i ii , iT,m-oll Tf,,,,-nil
. s1k' hd nwd.Lnen Journal.
this immense structure is sixteen acres lhe
tQiTficf mill In Pnrflnml ic .hiiiii illt;l ;i Tl ti 1 1
mi b in 11 . ilk j-.ij..i.m . .v.. ..i.i, ......
acres, mere are now in operation dii.U'JU
; cotton spindles, and 10,000 worsted spindles:
these are to nc; increased io eu,uuu ana
20,U00 respectively. 1 tiers are, l.JUU looms;
in operation, to
ouu.euu jtieccs oi cioui per annum, oue-nuii
de laines. The weekly consumption of cot-!
ton is 20.000 riounds. sav 1.500.000 pounds!
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i per annum, an
.Once a month
isenible at the cashier's office, where Mr.
i ''", J. c : SAlo be in
' .aiaimetl u lire, wnicuwan luunu io ue in
, the h warehousa occupied by Brown &!
. Kin belonging to Charles Butler New!
j york ncar lhe fo0t of Oak street. The;
: fl.miP. snrnil,l w!th nTcnrful raniditv. soon
spreaciing to the warehouse of Scott & Co.
Tl.elT,in firP men were, soon on the snot, but their
,.yfirt;mi .,.. hnneW ihnnah vi"orn,idccv
V 110Ptle-''sdll0"Stl MS0!0"--1 CX-
ercised. Both warehouses, and a laruf share1
their contents wye consunvul. lhe loss!
of 1 ie warehouse of Srott & Co., mcludingi
; goods, was about 816,000 ; ot the warehouse,
of Brown cc King, including goods '20.000.
We. understand that on the latter building;
1,000 was insured. Mr. Peter C. Mnrross!
Tnlof this city, lost a stock of goods in Brown
King's warehouse worth7.000. We nev.j
saw a fire spread with such rapidity.
x i i .u a a 1
i Great complaints are made that the citizens
generally did not co-operate with the firemen
beland interested parties, in rescuing property
from destruction. Toledo Blade, 7th.
Which shall we Believe. The Rich
mond Enquirer says: " Who are abolition
ists? All who say that the Douglas Nebras
ka bill does not legislate slavery into the
That is one. side of the case and is easily i
iin. .ircliuu fill t In ntlinr til p lllilPHnSI1
UllUVIJiWV'llt Vll Hi. Willi l .7 .v.. ,
anybody who asserts that his bill
deduction from these promise? is either that
Douclas &Co. are abolitionists, or the editor
-.slates slavery into the territories, Ziw." i
"That too, is easily comprehended. The!'1
Auction from these, premises is either that '
of the. Enquirer is a liar.
As we don't feel called
either of ihem, we leave
question with our readers,
condition. 0. S. Sour.
upon to defend;
It is a very nice
til.! COW. HOW atjOUt tVO eaiS
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m:cr nan a can, m i iiiuk:
Wonders will not ceas"
passed through this place, on their way to
the. Springfield (O.) cattle show, a sheep with
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with lour Horns, eaca I i incurs in I 'ligwi
a Shetland cow smalW than the long wnol.-d
sl.eej), and weighing but -'-'. pounds a calf
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l..-.ni. .'II nil. I 1 ....... I I MlLil llir.ll
I II I til 'III UIIU .'' "Mlll.l. .VI Ilu lll''li
the world's wonder. ItinrthsSi
its fl "'fe is estimated to v.vigh b -
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'strosities a r" owned bv Mr. James bicU.'nai
Aurora. N. . Mr. B. h is six of tin
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l.-n.l fir ii i M , i -vi r.
kind of mammoth sheep, mid is introducing:
th' hived throughout th-; west. Visitors al'
the Springfield cattle show should not fail to'
examine the animals sli iwu by the Newi
York importer. San. P. eg.
Kanzas Tki:::itoj:y. A letter to
faj() Advertiser, dated Port L-a venworth.
n,.t rri. c..vc 1 n t flmu-o : f.L-m
place in that part of Jvanas territory5 west
of Fort Leavenworth. livery stream and
eerv piece of timbered land is now dotted
with log cabins, and ritv lots are freely of-
ereit lor sale eve
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n a.- l.ir .vest a the Jv-puj-
Fork of Kansas river.
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!aV Immanent ly locat.,1 ... Pen vslmrr
s J)speisia, 'eakness of tho Spine, chronie I.iv-
f i " . 1 . 1 i - , II
" iL'r:i"emeiltSl 1111,1 tvw'XM V"
an cnus to nurit a snare ot tne purine
tvis. j. j. ki:uk & 11. X. Ki:V.OI.I)S.
J liav'nie; iiermanen
teinler tlieir lirofessiniial services to the citizens ot
Town nml vicinity, ami tiojie hv a strict attention
all crills to merit a share ot the puhlie patronage,
Particular attention paid to chronie diseases, such
I.. T.. Jones, ( ir.einnati, Ohio ;
' I I. H. Stock well,
" T. .1. Wright,
" 11. 1'. Johnson, rhila.lidi.liia, Pa.;
' 'V. 1). Hi!!, Cleveland. Ohio;
. A. AV.ielit. M. I).. Mexico. Wyandot co.. O.
II. Kovnolds. M. 1)., Orecnw i( l:, Huron co., .
Oct. -is lv-,i. : ; 1 1 1"
WACJOXS I'Olt SALE.
l'ive New L.nnlier a'.'ons,
I !iae on hand
which I v ill sell
i'errysiiur"-. Ohio. PJ-.KHIN.
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J 1(, ' Js. ; lr'n"., " " ! - nn'u
' '1:,S '"'PI. i.J'pOlnteil 11(1 ! ! 1 1 II 1st HI tor t .loep!i
i rreps, deceased, latn of Wood county. Ohio. Ah
j persons luvvino; claims iiiraim-t said estate vol pre
pOUllds, -'R"t them legally authenticated fur settlement, ami
j persons indebted will make immediate payment,
N- . - J(),,N IIJJIJ. Auufr.
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ATOTICl-; is herel.y pvrn that the under,..,,!
V.iW. ';' Pl'"'tel admm.s,rator on the ,-tate
ot J.li)ii!i lluntinton, deceased, late ot A o-.d coun-
, tVf ()1;'io. A ,,7.rsns liavi,.- claims against sui,!
; CHKAP I'm- eah. or Proi'.uce at market price
PerrvsIuir.L'. Ohio. ('. PKKltlN
i 'rc.j)S! deceased, late of Wooil county, Ohio. .Ml
persons luwinj,' claims leraim-t said pst'ito vid pro
of s-eat them legally autlientieated for settlement, ami
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i estate will present them lee-allv proven for settle-
i mT rUUiV'"'S y' "!1 1,er4""!' iMtvd wi"
nmke immediate pavment.
' JOHN WKIJU, Adm'r.
Oct. 2. 154.-31 w-n,
BOOKS FOR THE MILLION!
I XT AVI NO made my fall purchases of IJOOKS
: 11 AD TAT10i:itV. I am now reeeiv
governor i a",la" P"-Vliye1 tiippl.v the citizens ..t Per
I, ryshur- and Nortliwestern Ohio, with alar-e and
vellsdeeted assoi tmci.t of
!"bl 1ens made expressly for the Crystal palace
1 1Jot,k ?tore kec,, vlnehl vil sell for cash
. or exchange for rnis, at vludesale or retail, as cheap
I as (.an x, bou-ht this side of New York City,
j Clerymenreachers, ami Associations purr lias
rent inpr Libraries. supplied at a liberal discount,
i Mnumee City, Oct. 17, 1853. P.c.IlOLT,
ii. . . , 7,. , . j t) . . 7 ,
Historical, biographical, l oeticul, Jhcolc-
gical, 1'raclicul, Classical, and School
Jiooks in central: Also, H'iUch, Prayer
html. Annua h. Giftbooks. Tov.x. Ac.
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A lare-e assortmtnt of
FANCY AND PLAIN STATIONERY,
A Taste ran Savage Life. A band of
Indians having recently given a series of
performances uf their dances at Somerset,
Ohio, two white girls, sisters, were so cap
tivated with the red men, that they obtained
permission to o off with tlumwhen they
left. On hearing of it, their mother, who
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wasa wu.ow, imioweu w.em to inuiam ,
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. uv.seu cap ma.ru.
wim n-r .:nuu-rs ana in-ir nu,i.anus
,f 'red to rescue them by the h
J.'C police, but alter a talk with t
c!'tefs, she b.cam ' herself captivated a
to the western hot.v of tin; Indians.
Thr. I(nVil Su,e (.amfi ()jr n tFairrifMf
j, .r?(in , (MintVi n the last wet k in Oclo-
er. The attendance and exhibition exceed-
el the most sanguine expectation.--. It was
determined to hold it at the same place next
i i 1 Ac ll .M r.. I
At m v instanci' uu ii f t ; t li
nt was issii' .1 nn ilu! second day i.t' Noveio-
1 v Marshall Key, jr.. a ji.-iice ft' tin;
(( uf I'crry-liur:; l"U :i-lii;. . . t o .nut v, ( )hio,
litisf prioertv ;.t:d H"'"f-i uf ,. j. tv',:. a
ar.4 i;. 'In. in
, r.ti'l to iliiHai'-i la ell. tlil.' ciii,
'.. (i K. HA J, Ailm r
Nov. 1 1, H'i t -S tw.i t'.):iri S,,ii:. nl..!
American Artists' Union.
Mil'. American Arti-ts' 1'iiii.n vmiM re.ertfu!!v
. itiitiiiuiii'' f'i tin? citizens cf t!ic I 'lute I StateH
aiiil the Caiiiid is, that t'ur the purpose i( eidrivatii.v;
a tato t'ur the I'm-.' arts through mr tin- cnuiitrv, m.d
vat!, n view of eiiahl'e.Lr ev t v family to lit'ctnue
io scssfil of a raHery "t Kicrno "
y.'v tli- i'ir'st Arti.tt i f In-- Aw
Th'-y liave (Ictri iuinei!. in ucii rto eii-.ne n:i exten
sive sale !'! their 1 aiL'rav iiii. s, ainl tins notoiilv
u'iv e cmt.he, c.ieut to a lare 'nmilier ot' artirts atet
otliers, hi;! iii-jiire aiiioiie; i. ;if caiiitrv men a tn-t"
for woihs i a' f, to pp'-enr to i!ie j n:-c-Jci-'t- t'
their t ii'.T.. iie-s, w lien I'.V I i ni.ii ,.f w hieh are
U'.'O.IKIO dfl'J'S. of In nr'vil lOst I'f .!."',' M'l.l.
I'.aeli j.nreli.iveri.t'a One Dollar I'm-ravii ir, tli( re
fi.fe, reeeivi s int in. I v an I in-i av in:; riihlv wi.rth
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"i'- ni"ii. i, i.in ai..i ,1 in nei 11 nu ll ei.tlllei I.im In
(;t-(;ht . , . ,i
l'..r i ivi: i..i.i.u:s. a hi-ldv tiiiishe.l l.ie ravin...
Iicrintit'iilly iainteil , nil, ami ";, (iijl 7'i'7. , t , will
In-s u.t : or l ive Il.illars worth i.f sc'i in!i.l lite'ra
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i in-,' . .in i-i- fi i' i in. iiiiii i u I ;.l II i"l t!. lllltl IM
,,y r,.u.rn m:li, r
A copy i.t tlie ( '.italo'.'i.e, tee-, tin r viih ;v speei
men i f mie of the J '.uv l av in;:-, can le m i. ii at the
oltiee of this paper.
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H i'f I'l IMI.l .Him, (II1 l W(l M t r 1 1 , if it i I III 'U ft I II If t I J
: i.e f,rr,it. ' 4
The Ci nimittee lielievinif that tho saccess ,,f thn
(o eat National I'lidt l fauiiif,' v ill he ina'cri.dly ro
lnoted hy the eiieriry and ei.fcririse ot i nt-fti-f i ; t
an 1 perseverimr .'ei,t. liavi; resolve;! to treat vv itli
SU( il i n the mi -t It!,, rut term.
Any person vihinto liecome an A-cnf. hy sen
ding i post paid.) I, ,,-Ul rertire hi, ft urn of mn'tt.
u One 1 )ollar Kiii:ra im.r. a " ( i ikt '1'.i'M:t," a J'rn.t
irrtiii.n ('ut(tli)ue, and all other r.ei-es.-essarv in
formation. On the linal completion of tlie sale, the (lifts will
!k' placed in the hands of a Commit tee of the pur
chasers to lie distributed, due notice of vhii h will
lie iven throughout the I". States
LIST OF GIFTS.
: r'v 1 ,,,;,,ei fr"'n
did. rent .dates now m i.osses-
I hi, n of and owned l.v the Arti.-ts'
!) Marble lmsts of Washing, n, at .floo .In.iicn
piu " " ( 'lav, ' im ' Ih.imh)
Ptu " ' Welister, nn
W-U " " Calhoun, pin
oi) ch't-nnt Oil Paintings, in sikmlid
jiit frames, sue .". I ft. each, IM)
pin t-ic -ent )il Piiintini.'s, :', i t. each, ,o
"iiill steel date I'.n'rav injrs, hriiliaiif ly
colored iii oil, rich cilt frames
'.' l:i(t indies each,
pi, Olio eleiiant steel plate Knirravinirs,
colored in oil, of the AV'asliinuton
Monumciit, i'i'Jli indies each.
I I.l 'I II)
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l'i ion. of the market alue. of
from ."it cents to $1 each, 41,Imk
tirst-classllvvtliine iupt t., N. V.
IJuildin:.' I. ts in leu and inlststs..
N. V. City, eai IiLTivliHlft. deep, at l.OnO L'l'.O.Ni
IPO Villa Sites, containing each (i,l)'
Pip ft. in the suburbs of New York
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v ii ' , ""'I c .in iii.ci in 1 1 : a mairiiiu-
,.,. vi,.w (,t- tI. unison JUver
and I.ihi:: Island Sound, at ,r.0 "iio"i.
i 2 perpetual loans of cash, v ithot.t in-
! tl,,', st "r f",'iy. of A-j.-.i each.
Keference in roc ard to the Ileal 1'stnte, F. .1. Yis-
cher& Co., Heal Kstate Brokers, New York. Or
ders, (iost paitl) with monev enclosed, to be addres
sed to J. W. IlOLliltOOKK, Sec'y.
50"i Uroadway.'N. Y.
.cTlie Kngraviti4 in the Catalogue are now
ready for delivery. novlniuj