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rr Sm & .farmer. ..-.'. - CAUIX, Jill. -v W fD5 fVb A vTfoRN I N J, OCTOttE 2J JOHN PARSER, cf W!ui:n.? is au'.horj dtd receive ubnpUoo. na aavtr.ise- wata fcr tLt "enittl Farmer. All S lTmnta made with hie will be strictly it dhaici to by . ' . ' amnel 0, PepparJ, Esq tb demo- crauc candidate for cntor, in tin aistrict, is elected by 161 majority. John C. Kerr, bit opponent, only received 48 of a majority m eimvst county- " District Judge. Tbe oCcial o! for Distiic Judge,, in tills judicial district, j as follows: Counties. . ; - Jewett. Bingham. iJe&rsoa, i Harmon, -i Tuscarawas, c,.s r..- a,- !. 2462 .S 2U18 1712 1606 1720 . 2413 6924 6037 887 $037 Jewett' majority. . X3T Vinton ia said to hfo run behind the whig ticket iu his own township some 30 rotes, and Wood ahead of his ticket some 20 ia the tame election district. t Pennsylvania Election. '.The FtUs'burgh Post, 6f 'last Saturday, ays, that Bigler's majority for Governor ! over Johnston, whig, will not be less than 10.000. V ' The whole democratic State ticket, with the exception, perhaps, of one of Uie Su preme Judges, will be elected by about the same majority, i . ' ' v ' f tilory tnough for one day. -JtyR. J. Alexander, democrat, ha been fleeted district jtidge, for the district compo 'ted cf the counttu of Bclmout, Monroe and Uaernaey.'.-.i pur District Judge. - Tht Pittsburgli Poit'pays the' following jwrt and well merited compliment to Thorn -th til !Jwett, Esq., the newly elected Judge for this judicial diatr'ct: ' ". J ' ' ."iVe are please to learn that our old friend Thomas L. Jowett, E-sq., has been e tcAd President Judge of the district com pos;d rtlie counties of Jefferson; "Harrison (m l Tuscarawas, iuOhio. Hisopponent was 'John A. Bingham, Esq., a worthy citizen, "but a reiy bitter whig.- ThedUtrict usually gie a Jar'(i whig majority; Mr. Jcwett is H yer able lawyer, and will make a popular judicial officer." . . yllon., Andrew Stevenson presided over tho late democratic State Convention in Virginia, and said that, though he had pre sided over many assemblies, "he never felt 'grander Uvan he did in presiJing over these 4P0. delegate. It was the grandest moral apcctacle he had ever witnessed." One hfedred and twelve counties were r'epresen t. The Richmond Enquirer says "With itie.etLusia&m and fine feeling exhibited at H convention, we doubt not for a moment that under our gallant andcpular standard bearern. and the eloquent presidents inscrip tion of 'Liberty, Stale Rights, the Constitu 'tinn and the Union,' upon the old fashioned i e&rsonian and Madisonian republican res oluuoSi of '98 and 98, emblaaoned upon our "nag, .'the democracy of Virginia wili i chieve a aignal triumph in October and December." Can't be Beat. ' A eor respondent orthe' Ohfq Statesman vringfrom Auglaize county , 'and in giving the result of the election in that county, says -"All the townships in our county heard from except three so far State ticket (dem ocratic 809 ahead! The other townships will 'certainly swell the majority to pool!! 'Last (all Got. Wood's majority was 691. One township in our county (German) gave SCS votes not One of which contained the name of a bjgeaudidate! Can the United , States, North or South beat this? At the , eata onthe New Constitution one vote was: Concha was informed by Com. Piatt, fpr it pined! in this township against it. The man 'seems that Concha's ideas of Spanish justice -that east Ulrgan to feel that be was in the wrong place, and our benevolent German friends made np a purse to bear his expen ses Rhode Island, where he has since re sided, satisfied he is among people more con genial to bit feeling. Every township in our dtfty'js demooniUc.'' ,,: ' : ;$' thouldn't hke to live there. Wouldn't t opposition Uouh. " A '.; , , ;jE3jrGraham'i Magazine for November feu been 'received. ... Graham' is always a welcome visitor. When we open Graham we always expect to find something Worth feadmg, and we are never disappointed." If 'afi-; of our friends have Qt, with which they iajk to. purchase something !tift'jrflt be Worth fcelr money, we would advise then, by all mean. iH send it to Geo. R.. Graham. )34'; aestnnt ttreai.' PhiladeTphia. ' ; Gedey' Lady'flJBook. m regular monthly visitor is again on oujf table. t,It contains,' as n'sual, 'V large bomber ofaplendid steel engrayipgs, beside. I Ht amount of excellent reading from the 9t literary writw in the world. iGodey w jf Aa't & intends next year to publish the Wsf pagaaine in this country; and 'uatever be pmn-jV be always fulfils. Terms. &300 per annum.' Addreae I A, Godey. Oicstniit .ireet, Philadelphia. : '.' '-'i '. .-1 lem lfew Goods at Woods , Are going off like hot ' caket, v Wood si- ay'f hai, about ; the largest ani cheapesl itock w , 'goodi- in these diggings," tThose wishing to porch had better call is toon; tscUuse his goods art in great demand. hi'i ln- ;. i wp t' IJfTbf Pireotora of the pluo Pcmtenti. sry have appointed D. B.Brown, of Ashland county. WM'Ii;c, ra tne'pjaca of Mr. Afkin- I V.,;fvV?lf,-1 lawsrs. Fcfot ftni Dvjs, TJ. S. Seca- Vt fi ui "wbiwppi, ar.i eornpetitors be- f ,fS tie pop! of that State for Governor sVp cf ll ttvjpy have resigned their ieats.ill b given him at the President's house. i' General Result of the Election, j ' The Statesman of the J 7 A bust, in sja-t ling of the rttuli of the late election in, tliis Rtt, ay: III admuted on all hand that! our victory in Ohio tt all point. U a most eomukte triuiDDh. e nave bo meant ot vsct - riaining as y wmu our majorities on ate Candidates are. but the prospect that will be irreeter than that of last rear. From UovKrnor to Board of Ptblic Workt the ml. ii-i oiv tin beaten everywhere Vaml - l.M Mn x tu.iti.ll ufiirewhl-M I r it tie tory of 1840, if not more so. The best of it is, that our part? did not trels(jrnjl on hard cider, and bald-faced whiskey, before voting o hi that regard the parallel fails. ye have no time to say more now than to congratulate our friends in Ohio and out of it, upon the most splendid democratic victo ry, (cast off Indiana) on record. SUCTIONS EETTJENS. " TUSCARAWAS COUNTY. The democrats of old Tuscarawas hare elected every thing, by majorities ranging from 50 to SCO. JEFFERSON COUNTY. Jefferson county democracy s going up with a rush. The whole democratic county ticket ia elected by majorities ranging from 2 to 500. Thai is what we should call ma king a clean sweep. CARROLL COUNTY. In Carroll county the democracy have elected every thing but the Sheriff and Clerk. Hurrah for little Carroll. BELMONT COUNTY. The democrats of Belmont county have Good elected their Treasurer and Clerk. for Belmont county. A Disputed Fact in the Cuban Affair. Thepartixan journals, in their wrangling over the late Cuban affair, and the action of the President in regard thereto, had man aged to get very much befogged the ques tion as to whether the fifty massacred Amer- '. 1 . 1 . m. i .can nrisoiieis nau a trial or not. Tins question is important, as our treaty with Spain expressly guarantees a fair and legal trial, with the benefit of counsel, to offenders from the one country in or against the laws of tho other. The Washington Republic, in an article replying to tbe "Union" on the subject of the massacre, says "We have as yet seen ho evidence that the lifty prisoners were condemned and exe cuted without a f rial. ' We all know that our consul, Mr. Owen, has stated that they were duly tried. We now inform our contempo rary that the prisoners shot at Havana were tried and condemned in due form of Span ish law, and that a copy of the complete re cord of tbe trial is now in the hands of an of ficial gentleman in the city of Washington." The Republic has been challenged tobring forth this record, but has not done so. The alleged trial was doubtless what would be considered in'this country or England no tri al at all, and the Spanish minister at Lon don, who found it necessary to come out in the Ti mes there, to justify the shooting, showed that he . was fully conscious of it. In his statement, wbjch was most particn- !mly an official one, we distinctly remember he merely said that the fifty men were'sjiot on their own confession. Therefore it was clear that they never had a trial such'as is worthy to be called by that name. ' The summary manner in which two Americans picked up in a boat were, more latterly con demned at Havana, and for whom Com. Piatt demanded, and finallv succeeded in procuring the promise of a fair and legal trf. - al, is an exemplification of what Spaniards j consider "due form of Jaw." : The proceedings of Com. Piatt in regard to these two, were, according to our idea", abouf the same that our consul should have taken in behalf of tlin fifW wlm It is well known that confess ons beforehand by a prisoner, made uniruardedlv. or bv force, is no part of evidence, and so Gen. I had not before allowed him to think of that. The Newark (N. J.) Murder Case. The testimony and pleading in the case of Margaret Garrity, for killing her lover at Newark, N. J., closed on Saturday. As to! the prisoner, insanity, at the time she stab- bed her seducer, the question was put to a Siedical gentleman, on the wUpess stand : Que. Have you listened to the testimo- mony in the case; and do you think that it is cr. : . . IS sufficient, in your opinion, to create insanity in in nnsnnftr. ir iriis , . - i Objociea to, and after some discussion rau.oui, aflu meiouowmgsuosuiutea: buppose a female of about 19 should be1. J , . '.JJt 1 lilt scdud by a pretended lover, should believe herttlf pregnant, bo abandoned, should have conudwil weeping, depressed spirits, ko on: pneboftaatoa to drown herself, dwell upon it m' conversation, be restless and excited ; AiinnAUla' 'flink namn Infuv nn tw eiKititft ihii yrrr ..... . "V ' L . j viusw I ' CUT SUailt IH.lt' OIIVUIU LUm I J Ctll- other perion. and .he should suddenly learn tt, and that she should be accn hovering around the windows where they were in a crazy .uuatiort,' i. there enough in this to proauce insanity or temporary oerangcmenij AM.r.- i should tmnjt in a ease as stated, 1. if : J-....J where self- destruction was meditated, and if it wa. undoubted that the female herself at tempted to commit self-destruction, and the case. wa. as violent as staled, that it would be a strong intellect that would endure it m as to be free from a Certain state of mental derangement or frenxy M mind, arising not from bodily disease, but from mental disorder. I consider the fact of. Dram's treatment of this girl one of tbe strongest facts I have ever known to produce insanity. i, i , V A telegraphic dispatch announce, the ac- quiitai, yesterday, ol tne unfortunate girl. I C3T Mr. Grennell, the whia caniidfate for tieiunn governor in Massacousettji, wa. handsomely beaten in his own town lest year, by Lucius Nimrai, a demotraiii far- ) mer, in a content for seat in the legislature. J5JP The President has given ordari to hii ,1vb.1 station to fire .alutej atrcT t(i ex- n'l all military hono iKotirufh;,'atttcw Voik and other nlacos. " A prand dinner Legislature. Below w commence our table ot return for the Legislature, confining oar figure, to reports wcefveiTby' telegraph, which we publish 1a the proper column. ; me senate durmir tbe reent terra w consist! oo mem oers. ine nouse ui rep-,m wseutative. as we compute It, of S6 mem- : ben. We tb all fill np the table, as we obtain rWllM hlf rtOWMk.VfarNM SENATE. Cvttiuir. b.w. r.a. Hamilton, (3 members,) 3 Butlr and Warren, 1 Montgomery and Preble, 1 Clermont and Brown, 1 Greene, Clinton and. Fayette, ' 1 Ross and Highland, Adams, Pite.'ScIolo and Jackson, Lawrence, Gallia, Meigs arid Vinton, 1 Athens, Hocking and Fairfield, 1. Franklin and Pickaway, 1 Clark, Champaign and Madison, 1 Miami, Darke and Shelby, 1 Logan, Union, Marion and Hardin, ' Washington and Morgan, 1 Muskingum and Perry, ' ' "1 Delaware and Licking, 1 Knox and Morrow', l! Coshocton and Tuscarawas, i ' Guernsey and Monroe', ' 1 Belmont and Harrison, 1 Carroll and Stark, 1 Jefferson and Columbiana, 1 Trumbull and Mahoning, Ashtabula, Lake and Ueauga. Cuyahoga, Portage and Summit, 1 Medina and Lorain, 1 Wayne and Holmes. Ashland and Bichland, 1 Hurqn,rie, Sandusky and Ottowa, Seneca, Crawford and Wyandot, 1 llancofk, Wood, Lucas, Fulton,. Henry and Putnam, Mercer,- Auglaize, Allen, Van Wert, Paulding, Defiance) and Wuliams. HOUSE QF Counties. Adams, REPRESENTATIVES. B. W. F.8. Allen, Athens, Auglaize, Carroll, Champaign, Clark, Clinton, Crawford, Darke, Delaware, Erie., Fayette, Gallia, Geauga, Greene, Hancock, Harrison, Hocking, Holmes, Lake, Lawrence, Logan, Madison, Marion, Meigs, Morrow, Perry, Pickaway, Pike, Preble. Sandusky, Scioto, : Shelby, Union, Franklin, 2 2 2 2 1 i 1 Licking, Montgomery, Stark Cashocton Highland Huron, Lorainj Jdahoning, Medina, .Miami, - Portage, r 1 1 Seneca. Summit, Ashtabula' Rrown ' Butler, Clermont, airn"elQ' .Ipffprunn Knox Monroe. Morgan. wi !t!.!!. was, Washington1, Belmont, Columbiana, Ross, '' Wayne, i. t : 1 2 2 8 Muskin:um, Cuyahoga, Jackson and Vinton, Hamilton, Lucas and Fulton, Wyandot and Hardin, Mercer and Van Wert. Paujding, Defiance and Williams, n.l.'' ' j tt lZZTnTJJ' S3T It is ascertained that Black Moun- uin Y,n...v eountv. North Carnlina. I. ,kj '. k..i.j ..j " IHUIW.IIU IUU, UUUUIQU aUU C.VUbV-BJA feet above dl(J ,e?e, of tho geftbeingJ two hlmdred and f(jrt fect b- ,,er ft fioml w..i,;t u-Vsi... ..u .k- wu:,. Mountam until reently r arded RS the t:,,, ,aj in TTni, Va. , 'be Kocky Mountain.. ' . 9 . ' j n in, 1 1 r&- Melancholv intellieence has reached ! us of another terrible gale on the coast ofj Nova Scotia, in which upwards of three hundred persons are supposed to have lost 1 their lives, and one hundred fishing and !0ther vessels were 'either sunken or driven . T, . : shore. XiTThe New York Journal of Commerce says that silver change hat become very ,scarce lately. On Tuesday, shillings and smaller pieces were not to be bad in Wall street. Tht few brokers wlto were so fortu nate a. to have quarters, cot 4 per eeat-pre mium for them, and half dollar, .old at 3 per cent, premium; cent at par.' Kincc the! bank panic, very little silver ha been bro t, into the market. ; r-t (-. ELOMMirr r Hioh Lir..The fasbiona- bl circle of the villacre of llavslick were thrown into quite a'iever of excitement on fortable a the circumstance of the ease al Tuesday, by fi elopement of young la- lowed. '.'' -- '' ' ' " - '" dy, beautiful aiid accomplished, thrt Uugh- Capt. Kelley peak in high term, of the ter of one of the wealthy burgher, with a bravery of his companion, and , expresses dashing young gentleman from the adj'Mninj great dissatisfaction at the course pursued by county of Fleming. - The ought 'Squire Mr. Owen. " ' ' V Shelton'a eom-t: and were there made ono Lieut. Steven 3 one of the seven who, for life. Success U th rightl Labor of-. beside himself, eurvivM the companyv i tincU.Mtytville Pott Buy, 9th. ' Cleveland Herald. i Ho Trade. . The St. Louis latellui-Dfer, of the SJ :..t.i.t ' I ... " 1 . . t ... .1 The Sttarn Frit-ate Mts.'sir-pi, with Kos "Mesars. . J. Bate A Co., of thit city I...,. , 5 .... lf .... . ., purchued oIday last, 1 500 head, to oe uemen;u or .re i u " JpnCe e,qaal l?,-4:30 1 T I y aiiiuui., , , , " "-ii " 7v 1 1 2 1, nor & Buiiurr. win xro iuu lus. idu uver. This i. i. first contact, the particular, of - ha, H.r i.H tl.iJ lciuiii V 1... tw ,h-r m.,. h.v. W a t ....t. .,.!., k . .1 .yr made for early dehvery, but the number or " - . . . price is yet unknown'. We belieVe 'it is yenerallv admitted UiatAo. 1 liogs cannot! n c, ,t . 0 , -., . L1...1 nt,ut .,uLy' fcunday. the 28;h, the Sub-Marine under S4.60, .price at which the;mjority Oc imu at uic uirwui auii; ui uic uiiti of packers and dealers are holding back. The season it now near at hand, and before . ,'.. . , . . ,, . . . , ... . iii-. -ne closmif of the Exhibition remained the close of Uie f present month the heav.es fixed foL - Commissioners contract, fbrdehvery wiU have been maoV.! fonna, on ' " , FoX d The following extract of a let:er from a Ldersdn. their intention to have the bu.l- highly intelligent and reliable source in'ding .moved. The no.ice is no, however. Cincinnati, will be found interesting at this time: "From all the information we can gain in relation to the quality and quantity ofj bog in this section of country and through out the Great West, theie appears to be but one opinion, viz: That the number will be equal to last season, and the quality far better, also that the price at which farmers and drovers anticipate our market will open at, to be' dangerous and unsafe. Therefore, we look upon the business in the prospec tive as disastrous to all who hold for high prices. ' "Hogs have been sold in our market at 4a4Jc. All of the hogs thus far contract- ,vd tor, are to oe cut ana cured into oacon, ' for the New Orleans market. Consequent ly, we look for a 'decline in that city, soon a'fter the first arrivals, caused by the heavy shipments. In fact, hogs" are too high, and we think the price will not be sustained." The Chicago, Illinois, Tribune, in speak ing of hogs and the prospects of the season, prices, 4c, says:' ' "Thus far we have not been able to learn of any transactions In hogs for immediate shipment or packing, thougli there has been considerable figuring among our operators, without succeeding, however, in meeting the ' views of sellers. Offers of J4a4,50, as in size, for early delivery, are very freelj made, but holders are firm in their demand of t5 for best quality ' of hogS. ' We heai of one operator in the country who is ma king pretty extensive engagements for fal. and winter delivery at $4 -one-half paid oil engagement, the remainder on delivery. From the '. S. Journal. Steubenville and Indiana R. R. ' Of all the railroads now in process of be ing made to Columbus, none is of greater importance to our place than that of tht "Sliittbenvlllc and Indiana Railroad." It U intended to be a part of a continued line 01 railway 'trom 1'utshmjh to Uolumous, by way of StL'ubenville, Coshocton, and proba bly Newark. " The part between Steuben ville and Pitbbnrirh is in the hands of 1. company at Pittsburgh, and who, with tht energetic aid of the stockholders, and citi zens along the lin'o the road, are making the neeessary provision of funds, rights 01 way, dec, to have tht'ir part in running or der as soon as the road is ready from Sieub- enville to Uoshocton. 3 Ins latter roa . has from the beginning, been' 'under the man agement of Directors of high character foi integrity and prudence, for sudh an under taking. Their President, well' fenown to tin writer for many years, is the right kind of a man to occupy so responsible an 'office o trust With Daniel Kiluork af the heati of the work, the public will have ftjtl confi dence in what he may officially say 6'r do. And it is worthy of remark, that Ijefori beginning to grade this road, they have pru dently and wisely persevered in obtainin' subscriptions, and procuring the right 01 way, sufficient to insure the speedy comple tion of the whole road. And thus, when commenced, as it will be this fall, they will be enabled to put the entire line, in sections, onder contract. This road is intended to be first class road, built in the most permanent manner, and with a heavy T or T rail. Ii will nrobablv be finished for use within two years from1 this time. When done, and with a continuous rail to Pittsburgh, it will be among the very first of dividend payinar roads in the State- Passing as it. will, tQ and through the real centre ot the State, and connecting Phila delphia, New York and Baltimore by the nearest route wi.h the capital of this btate, i uiusi aiways 00 an immense ousintss. .anocneu yPu uu . , Uv., We clip from the BostonEvehing Traveler, From Cincinnati to Philadelphia, it will, in both of whom were injured. -The men were . . 0 . 11 u k-p. r 11 '.- . 1. .1 .,.1 ,);..;.-,.,., 1 of tho Cthinst., the following summary of re- all probability, for all time to come, bo the fined and imprisoned. 3 . nearest and best roufe.; From reliable data! Hon. Abbott Lawrence, the American cent failures, in the Eas., up tothatdat: I give you ihe following facts: The survey- Minister, was in Dublin, visiting the publjc The Lynn Bay S:ate says i " There is a ed and estimated distances for the several institutions. He was receiving great atcen- littlepanicjustnowamongourshoemanufac routes from Cincinnati to Philadelphia, are tions from the city authorities and private turers, growing out of the tightness of the at follows: ', ' f individuals. . '" . '. rqoney market, and the failure of a large shoe " Mile, j Kossuth had been expected in London tip manufactory in Haverhill. But our manu- By way of Marietta, Wheeling and to the 18th inst.. when intelligence was re- facturers have been doing a good business, Hemptield, " " 686 ccived that the French authorities had re- have small stoekson hand generally, and still " ' Park'rsburgh and Balti- ' fused lo grant him permission to pass thro' many orders to fill, A little caution ' and more, -6B5 their territory from Marseilles, and it is un- contraction in business for a time will put " Zanesville, Wheeling and' " derstood that he had tailed in tho steamer matters right." ' ; Hemptield ' 674 VOiuraDUs, iS'xuDenvine ot Pittsburgh, ' 659 with the wishes of Austria and Russia nearly every stock has advanced materially. I have not placed in the above list the While the Mississippi was lying at Genoa, This will continue with the improved fea Pennsylyaflia and Ohio Railroad, a. if is Kossuth requested leavfl of the Sardinian tures in money matters, and we can, with much the longest of any. being by way of government to rest a few momenta on Pied- some confidence assure our readers of a per Louisville to Pittsburgh, and oh the most mont ground ' The government replied that manent change for the belter. A. soon as favorable estimate of its advocates, 697 it did not wish to interpose the slightest ob- confidence is fully restored and business shall miles. If ever made.it will probably ex- stacle to his stay, but in the present state of assume its ordinary shape prices will recover, ceed 700 miles. This latter road, although iu relations with the neiirhborin' 00 wers. it It has been rumnrod in State street, to-dav. out of comparison with any of the first na- mod, for through freight from the southern and central portions of Ohio, will i.o doubt be a valuable road, not only to the stock- bolder, but also as a feeder to the business of the Lake and tbe Lake shore railroads, whiln the intercourse over that part of it which connects with the Cleveland road will be large and profitable. OBSERVER. Captain Kelley, Of the Cuban Expedition, is at the VTed del. After wandering many day. in the mountains he surrendered himself and was imprisoned at Havana. He was afterwards sent for by the Governor General, who gave him money, fir his expenses, a suit of clothes, and sent him to the Jnited States.. : He joined the expedition in the full be lief that the Island was in a state of revolt. He estimated the number of Spaniards killed nt about three hundred, and the number wounded as Mmeh larger. Out of forty per tons comprising' Captain Kelley s company, be m the only one at liberty, and only .even beside himself escaped alive. ' He thinks that an army of 10,000 men could not con- quer Cuba. He .ay . the prisoners were all "well fed and cared for, and made as corn- Arrival of the Atl utic. . v New Ycta, Oct. is. I ne Atlantic lis. 144 passenvtr. &r. 7ni and titled immediately for Errand. The Roman Catholic Deft nee Association tw commenced operaiioas bvbsuinirsn ad dr to Uie Koni.n CatlH.l.ii of iheTnited S ST! r , . . ?m!e W resistance. The address . " 1. ti.rv. ..,1 in 11. '..II. .1 . T' I ' . c m viuvu w i - v. u lit ii . v . m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r- i riiiiMiM ill - " . r.- ' ssigneu op ur. wuiien, C'MtlioIic inmate ot t,. .J;, ... c , ., . l2. Shu Air. Rpn.rli . Si-nitmw r.P tlu Defence Association. ' - 1 I ZZL a I.T:!.: vu' TI.i...! .... i , 3 , into complete and Vr 17 " TO""U "o""-"" conclusive to the fate of the building, but in ST Y, ? 1, Tu IT1"1" inlorce. Its actual fate will probably re-. mam in suspense untu rarltament re-astm. Sin l!,TPKeSS'0ngain,SgTnTd that,,1,e S a,gl fem,OVed- 'A', UV- and all Hlong the west coast gales of more or les valence have occurred, doing serious damage. ft.. .... . " v.,. pr-yanuions were mating u..vW.u.,.u.u,n .n expeotauon ot tne general election, lhe Artie expedition un- der the command of Cam, Austin, returned to England without making any new discov ery, and the return of the American vessels Advance and Rescue, was known in Europe, and by an arrival from Greenland. SPAIN. . The extreme excitement at Madrid rela tive to the Cuban affairs had diminished. The execution of Lopez seems to have sat isfied them. Dispatches from" the Spamsh Minister at Rome announce the ratitication and conclusion of the Concordant with the Court of Spain, and the execution of the letters Apostolic. FRANCE. The Assembly National treats the speech of Lqrd Palmerston at Tiverton with much severity, accusing him with insulting tne continental governments,' by charging theni with preventing their subjects from declar ing their political opinions, and thus inciting .hem to revolt against their government. ITALY. ivnivi iwm IHilKC eUftLUS fcilHS l ie I III) nti vA nrwf 1 t U . ! rwli ;lIlla j 1 . l . 1 1 , . . ' . having maliciously destroyed the carriage of teel ol viw viMuiimii uuiiii tim ICVUlULlOIl. ' ' BELGIUM. The elections are progressing favorably for the government. : ; AUSTRIA Has again manifested her disappointment ind blind folly, by causing Kossuth and many if 'V,4 co.1'ela-uc'8 10 be httnpd,5" ey,Rt 1 coin. j.iic ccrvuiuiiy toon piace in tne .tresence of a large military force. It is re jorU'd that about 160 sentences of persons .vhose snita have been going on,1' although liey had been let at liberty, will' be 'publish ed on lho 29th. The Emperor, accompanied jy 35 Generals, visited Comorn tin the 23d. ' TURKEY ' Has been cn the point of a political crisis. Reschid Pacha's' piiwdr was tottering, and iiis successors were already talked of. INDIA AND CHINA. " By the overland marl we have dates from Bombay to September 1st. Commercial lews favorable. The outbreak in Cashmere ias reen suppressed. ' ' ' ""' Additional by the America. Boston," Oct. 113. The news from the Australian gold re gion which continues to arrive, 'confirms tht previous reports as to the extent and rich .icss of the mines. ' Lord Londondeny had again addressed he President of the French Republic Sviili reference to Abdel Kader. 1 The eorrespon ciice amounts to nothing practicable. London had been cliicHy occupied with .lie election of civil otlict-rs. Great exciie aient half been caused in Liverpool by the violent conduct ot me juugo oi uie county court towards Mr. Whitsey, edi.or of the Liveipobj Jyiirnal, for a fancied insult. The judge directed'his nnmediale arrest, without even issuing a warrant, but was suDsequent- ly compelled to go through the formality. Hungarians with open arm's and fraternal Mr. Whitsey was fined and sentenced to two sympathy, and welcome them to a refuge consecutive terms of imprisonment The Rnd a home, and'to a participatioh in all the lines were paid by subscription, and Mr. rights' which our constitution and laws con Whitsey released. . -for. Iuwa Hank-Lye.'- " 1 Ten seamen belonging to the American ' . - - hip Columbia, mutinied on Wednesday, and Mississippi direct lor New York. Therefu - sal was trom a desire to act in accordance would be mindful of the inconvenience that might result therefrom, and would leave it to their discretion to decide whether, under such circumstances, M. Kossuth ought or ought not to invoke the hospitalities of the Piedmonteso. ! This reply was opposed by 'ableand influential parlies, but Kossuth did I not land. , . The Qnecn was expected to visit Liver- pool on the 9th inst. There will be no transactions in cotton the two following days. We have advice, lrom Madrid to the 2 1st ult., which state that tbe authorities of Cuba have proposed a plan to fortify the island at ah expense' of 40,000,000 reals; 'but Gen. Concha is of opinion that a sum might be obtained by the saving proposed by the war department. A committee' of general offi-, cert approved of Gen. Concha's plan. " ; The excitement at ssoutnampton respect- an assignment on tne 1st inst. ,. : ing the' arrival there of General Kossuth The only additional failure we hear of in and his companions, 1 continues unabated. Boston, is that of Dexter, Harrington & Co. He may be expected about the 6th or 7th It i. a matter of surprise a well as congrat inst." it is arranged that he will be present- ulation, that so few have suspended in this ed with an address by the city of London, city, after eight weeks of severe pressure; He will proceed to Guild llall in an open ' 1 rf..,l,, ,,.., n carriage, with Lord Dudley Stuart. ' ' 1 ? Acbubw,1 Oct. 15. ; Commodore Cullen, of the Artie Expedi- ' Twenty protoinent citizen, were arrested iton, landed at DeaJ n Tbursdof, fiom the and brought here to-day in charge of the tludson Bay C6mpaViy'''sliip"''Pfihc'e of U. 8. 'Marshal, having been arrested for iValcs," after carrying cn a most perilous treason,' connected with 4h-esoaped fugi search for Kir John Franklin, in the Artio tive.. ; They were admitted to bail in 20O0 jeaa, 1849 and 1850. 'i -' i mmt each for their ; appearanae , for examination The "Times" mention that; letters from before Judge Concklin, to-morrow. . r,; j Meisn. Slater b Co..' and Benson, mer chant, and brokrt'; with liabilitic amount inj to 30,000. ' Osian E. Dodge, an American orIist The whole amount of gold taken has created ute exci.ement in Lugland, by from the wines in Rowan county, N. 12.? offering elO.tCU for the tlrytal palace one' since their discovery in 1843, is said to b day and nibt soon af er ih close of the "&G01,665 84. Tbe caplial im ested is j TOO,' exhibition,' tor a monur concert. ' : ' jt00. ;l ' ' Austria and Turkey, according to a letter! from Vienna, in the 0imM jounihls of1 t3T -he Port Tobacco Times, (Charles rankfvrt, - the Austrian Government, to couniy, MJ.) sijs: "Our farniers have made' mark its dusatitfacuon with the release of large purchases of guano this season. mot' kou.k; Lad determined to demand from which has been received, nA there are stilt the Ottoman Porte, satisfaciion for the per- orders in Baltimore for large quantities, tor tecuuonof Uiv Chi Uiian population of Bos- be forwarded as soon as it can be procured.' nia, ana nasr solved toentorce me uerusnu . 'y,,. v f ,rw,llfi (n ,, fw,. . wv., w. " - r i.r nr 'l ilrklk lYhml. .ml MiTir.-iroVlltC. ... i . . . . . . 1 . . . . O . ln 1W i, on Vlday, there was a meeting visional Committees. On Thurs- ot the 1 rov .... day the President slated that while the 7 as tranquil there had been noticed SOme agitation among the revolutionary par- ty in the city, tjeneraljy in Uie tautmurg ' . , " .m ' 1 0 "d Anto.ne. The police have se.iure of arms, supposed to be sent from abroad. CJ-utfHUHvr com men ed on the e- 1 . disown(id. hut cou,, not be exolnlued. The commiuve adjourned to the ltfl. KGYPT n r fc b from t "lating to the dispute between the Pasha andtheSnblime Porte, winch threatened to con8truction 0f Alexandria r,irnaA hll9 call!!ri, muc,,v mi,omnt in this counl Ril de, inttre!ed in ,he Overland communication with' India It is itateJ tmt measures are in progress for convenin,, a pubiic meBtin,, iaVndon on convening the subject. uov. TJjhazy and his Colony. We learn that there is some dissatisfaction among the Hungarian emigrants as to the place selected by Gov. Ujhazy for the loca tion of the Hungarian colony. Many of them consider it too remote from the settled part of Iowa, and as possessing too few fa cilities for communication with the world. It is at least 15J miles from the Mississippi river, and in an entirely new and unsettled country: Though in a fertile and beautiful region,' they would prefer some place more accessible and convenient to market. The Hungarians lately arrived here, wi'h a por tion of those now with Gov. Ujhazy, are anxious that he should change Hie location of the'eolo y to some point nearer the Mis sissippi, where a situation quite as eligible may be procured at a small expense, and where the Governor and those who are anx- . mi. lous to 10111 mm. wi oc more accessioie to ', u . k. fne.ndfs who1may 1 bo desirous of 1 visiting them, the exiles any assistance in thiJir power which their situation may require. ' ' ' ' Accounts from the colony represont the Governor as living the life of a true philos opher. Far from the luxuries and refine ments to which he has long been accustom ed, he passes his time in the! back woods, remote ( rom the noise and stnle 'of court and camps,' as an independent Iowa 'farmer, dividing his time between his fields and crops out of doors, and study and reflection within, diversified as occasion offers, with such hunting and fishing as the forests" of Grand river and its quiet waters' nfford. We are informed that Gov. Ujhazy was advised to make tho selection he did by friends in tho East, under a belief that Con1 gress would make a donation to the' colony of the lands on which they might 'settle and that it was of consequence that their settlement should be made on unappropria ted Unds. - How far he was influenced in his choice by the advice and these represen tations, we are unable to say, we should think, however, that Congress would grant them the land 011 which they settled, where ever It may be. We do not know any prop, osition which would be more likely to meet with universal favor from the American people mail iiiaiui wuuw nuw i a jiuiuuii ui i .1 ..1.... ,.r ... . ... f our public domain for the use and benefit; of those who,' having failed to secure to their . ' w,""s f (ostomkhs: siilu tin) n(f own country the blessings of freedom, havei" "'' ;;!"' '.i' "". ..n.l WtKo loKiv.. . l i .i lull aiilislaciion in eynrv ffsprcf. tiustoninrminil sought an asylum on our shores, where they might be out of the reach 6f Austrian op pression. Our country has it lit her power to. exhibit the contrast between a despotic and a republican government, in its method ; 0f treating strangers. Austria imprisons Mr. Brace, an American citizen, traveling in Hungary; through motives of health and curiosity, for speaking of Ujhazy and his colony. The United states receive tbe v Failures in the East. , ; Stocks partake largely of the improvement in the money market. It will be seen that that Mr. David Pingree had failed in Salem, The rpmor arises from the fact that he is on tho paper of Messrs. Dex'ter, Harrington & Co., but we believe Mr. P. h abundantly solvent on his own liabilities, and able also to pay his contingent ones. But he perhaps would not feel' authorized to sacrifice his larce nronertv in 6rder to meet these latter obligations. Mr. P. ' is f resident ot tne Naumkeag Bank, and ' considered in Salem a. worth a round million'. ' Humors were ourreut last week as to the failure of a house engaged In the wool trade. from inquiries we have made it would seem that this report, like many others, had no foundation. -No firm in this business has failed here. "' ' . ' ' : Asa Low, of, Bradford, Vermont, paper manufacturer, stopped payment and onade .1 JfeT. An artesian wel ha beenmadeat Cahaba,, Alabama, 350 feet deep, which iti charge 8 gallon of water per minute. & Miss Mary Lcffare. sister of the for- mei Attorney - ha, a rinrna. ... n ... i M. . i. .. m n ... . I Kged in ' lumber trade at Cedar Rapids, I.uw, f1"d ',1dv,;''1,"! 10 iuff7 nJ nount " T vvuvioiwi uii. w., " 01 uuuoiug luuiuvr, uom piana, etc. tW The Rev. Mr. Nightingale', toast at Chicopee on the 4th, was Ourx Fire En-' gines May they be" like old maids, ever reaav dui uever wauicu. tW There are 247 churches in the city of Philadelphia." . ? ' '; j - J5T Ten thousand dollars were found in lhe Dead Letter Office, at' Washington, du-1 rinsr. Uie last quarter. ,, v- -, '-... 3T Tho Republic announces that Hon. Daniel Webstei will reach' Washington on' the 20th inst. lie ts to deliver the agricul-' tural address at Baltimore on the 24th. t3T A writer in the National Intelligen cer suggests (if another Atic search be un dertaken for Sir John Frankljn,) that bal loons be taken out, to be let' pp from the vessels by a cord, for the purpose of obser vation for long distances around.'' The fact that the American and English expedition lay within fifteen miles of each other during the whole' winter, without ever knowing' It,, in the late search, demonstrates the necessi ty of this.' ' They may have been equally as near to Sir John' party, and remained in' entire ignorance of it. 1 . -j 1 . .' j, S8T The Union party of Georgia i. com posed, as the law arid order party wals in Rhode Island, of the great majority of the whigs and a portion of the democrats. Providence Journul. ' M It III El) On Tliurwlay, Oc tuber IGih by llie lie , Mil Ji hi K.t(4N', to Mim .Vl King, a. I f Carliale, t'n. t'liH'Wull! e pnrt niiiy ihy fiinil'iirmf twining A rou 111' ihefiirmuf him. ihj jouiijc heart's priile Be evi-r fnii'lly met, with cniilci oimliiniiij; The ray which welcomed thee hishnppy bride. Kaiewi'll! we ibii, nntl lent bi'ir.-;y ihe swelling' Oi thy purr bneniuwiih th jariin; paint! ' V'u.nn, Inn O, with hupnuur luiif henrtt U:llim, In tciirs wu piirt to imrt in inik-f iie'uin.' NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Sheriff's Sale. AIiikiM Oiiiniiiig i " . rciiiivn fir Piiriiiicm. .M ii it-lie l Dumiinit 1 - B ! 1 1 in- o im -i.il 1 v. ( iii.ri nl' t 'nun I. r nl' fulr. is((cl 1. nt nf lllllillll I'li-a, nl ' Harrison t.wiill v. O.iin. iiihI 111 lu u iliiiiiMt'.!. I iur will (Cirri Ii' 111 Ir.jni cf tlin Court Hmui!, 111 ili town nl ( 'ml z. in s.n'il oiiiiiy, tn Saty'day, Hit '21d rfy ofyiimmber ?iexlt hpiwerii llie lunira ol' lUu'clock, A. M. iimi 4 o'cluck. I'. ,M ., 111 taiil il.iy. the lul losing iVncri'l.! KK..f. ICSTATK. lo "win " H.iri ul' Senion No. .')0. in Township leu ('0) Ri iigi- loin. (4 he.iimiiiK nt iie tniiil.wrft in m i ol miiil Kii iimi; tin nre norili 17.1, I V rri iep, honce i-'urcfil fr:hi'ft iheioe nutitli 1 5-1 2 to ' uin ii;; ilen' fasl 5( 74 ton motii't ihrnce tniiih t!i8 piTi.hi'8 iii ii.if nun i n tiili- nl mill M'uiimi i ami ihem u wrist wiili'ilip mciioii lini 3(1-74 priclim to Uie ilici' ol (li-!;iHtiiiig. roiilnininK 33nciri, 2 rtMiil. mill :i(i pithr. Hior or Ifm. oi3i-i ' ' ' H. ilil.lti'',H P. SherllT. J. P. WOOD, VT the olil i-iiiitil Noitlil1- ui enrwernf Mnin iimi Miirket sitimiH. in now n-ceiviiiR anil oik lilrie n ry liirun nml wi-ll bhIpiuciI Moclt ol' Vai.i, wn'd vvinti;r uooix. nonaistiii; ol I'ry Onoiln, (moerivii, llnrilwiire. in n.w:iri! , TriiiiiniiiEH. etc., cic. ' -' ? Ilisgn:ls me Bfl.c:ti.,l with csK'i i it rcfrriice otlit-i nre mom ri'sni-r.ifiiil v reciiieiel li Bull mil ii-o. Q7 All Hi ml h or iiiori;liiiniiih)e Pro luce tnken in taXi!l)iiiiei for rowls. 1 ' " ' ' '' o.cia-3 .1 P. WOOD.. V nml Olnviid of wo il.worttnl unit X et'tton I m luiil.icmrt-, for lailiet, titlitlrmcn; g nn ni q hoys, loriiilo nt Wuoo r ' netaa 1 heap Corner Clll APhS ol while, hlsicc. cherry nuu rune col-. J ora. (n,r aln ill or.l2 imiik I, lloinin, Com Ion. MiUi.Glovcn unil T t octl - Wo. 0 'lOMBS ol' every ninety nt octar Wooo' DitroT. N5 TT Dfi.wiTi and Shirt, joo ' nml eheiip, Waoii. ji lc nl . oot4J (LAIN nil ivuol l)i!l:iin e, of nil color, at oct'13 VVoon Com!. c. HME :i:S. erin i. AlpHcai, etc., ehtnp . , .. ' i J. P. WOOD. nil iro.nl, for iiiks hy fTitlM S. 115 pier P, nia from 4 lo I ? cu 17 pet y a rd , co lort wnrrnntctl. oci2i For anle by , . P WOOD' J1IA.WIjS l,ong Slinwl. iquare ShnwU Mf Shnwls, Utile .Sliawlt.itnil Hi hwIi of nl aorta. umU J. P. wooo. ; TTM lllll'XL 8 niaiiulnctiireil captxiully ; for J r I r:ny wtiiilier, for sale at oct22 WOOPS. rOMB OMB aZiNE. O ie piece of ili linntqnil-. j !l.T ofail't Bumhnsina, equal in all reaper.!, laper.t, There to nnyhiils evcr ollcie I in tin market. is no charge lor allowing goorta af ' " " oci91 '' ' n.l WOODS, w OOLCI OAlvINGS'of every variet ty.ai oct2i x WOOL VKS anil Fork, Sp nm, Wuiien, Hing Screw, eic. for ale at ' " " WOOUS. P LAIN nii.l pluiil Beveneen, wmer proof, at ' WOODS, ci23 T"OE-sKINS, Cmmii ere, Krench. Enclifh. lS Bnlguin nml A ranted or no aula at Americun Cloiha. color wnr- WOOD' ,. Cheap i'i merA oci22 SATTl N K'H S, cheuper than ever, lornle by oci2i J. f. wooa CANTON KLANNEL9, Di.pew.TableClalh, ' aonl Flntinela of nil colon. Tweed, keintev- Over-cont and Untler-conting, kr,nl nl CS l'INGS of a Hiperior quality n oc23 WOODS. BONNETS, Bonnet Silk, lining, Ribbons, eto.,chenpel ana beet, for al . v f oci28 r :. . WOODS. TKESS SILKS. Piuis black, thatueliun, fety J colora, ut J. P. WOOO'9 oji2J ; t heap Cornet. I ftlMMINO aoeil fur .ale at . ".'is I ootaa . ! ' WOOO'8 Cww rJOMMON and Venition Carpet Bat, velvet tSiitchsl. Bruaaela SuichU. Ibrsain t , Doiqinie Havenar'i Estate. NO I'IL'B it hereby given that the iubwriljer hasbrfn anpoluied ind qtmlilied n Admin. iirutiii oo the ((me of Dominio Hitvenur,it ol the conliv of Hurrlwm, deoened, . , . " . i? ' '. ?t I9i Drfu u . trVHAIt. i. I i c.l,dJlObM Cadie.Oot. 80,"fil. - , 5 Atluiiiiitrtri .. " -'' '' v-.li i-:; -Sarah .. HarlesaV x,,tate. '. '"" TVTOTlCi: 1 hereby given lhn the whw" hit been appointed end quu died a Adinie iiti.tor on the eatnlt of Sarub Harle, lal Hnrriton connty, deced. ' ' ' '' Oot. iiO.'Sli ' JOHN HASTASTX , ect9J-3t ' Adwiimrif.