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   Weekly Hawk Eye And Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 5, 1858, Burlington, Iowa                                WEEKLY HiWK-ETE 1TEDXKSDAV KOKflSD, pitwr'i EiD, of Jfsra nd leflbim Strafs, NINETEENTH YEAR, Itfl Hftnb for 3 A JOURNAL OF POLITICS, NEWS. LITERATURE, AGRIOULTUKC, MARKETS. Ac. BQRLINGTON, IOWA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER VOL. 47 C On night of the last, ne, with other prisoners the jarf Tbe Sheriff of Warren Bo-lington on tbe 38th By mton a person was employed ,y of f at Cameron On Ojkiloosa, Iowa, Sept DZAK note inquiring what ac'io s been taken bv me respecting the late Supei tendent of Public Instruction, Dr Eads, an the lata State Printer, Peter Monarty, haa jus 1 that the fa beeB received, and t them eM behind tbe wo hul elj Mu io op 3ecoted tbe h o-edit a due to the.e thi iedittror jwiJ Vermont public upon form bia honor, when he QA" he muii ex 9 and expose his RKFCBLICAS 'A BOW' H bo ch TLe statements made by Messrs Baker and E wood that tbe General Assembly had passed resolution requiring me to sus Dr Bids is IT terly untrue The only resolu ion ever passE by the General Assembly in rega-d to tha ma ter, was one referring to a criminal prosecuuoi It is found on page 463, acts of 1S56-7, requir to examine and prosecute any ofBee having thnrge of School guiltj of em- berzlemont In eompliauce with this resolution I presented Dr Ends caec io the Grand Juiy Johnson county at the first term of the Uiatnc after ihe adjournment of the Gee en Assembly, being some sixteen months ago I "pent se-veral dajs in presenting the dcnce to them, and though there wore somi Democrats on the Grand Jury that w ere in favor of indicting, 3 eta few personal friends of D. lads were disposed to make u a pol tical qucs- ion, and, I afterwards learned that on taking a final Tote there were eleven in lavor of findi t, bill and four against it, lacking ona vote iuding aa indictment I uleo that Dr Eada, befo o tho assembling of t Grand Jurr, found it convenient to make a vi "racing same off on Sat at the Johnson Countv G-o.ad ew lork laslTuea ia ihe presence of many opecta Her tarot n General aad nd to ba ine noblest specimens of il ever constructed ID this -J 't) sssioaa norse tnict was srrested the i7 in Lu _na for stealing a horse, a sad U1 M lie had iii his pocket a. certi5- lit- ,3- 11 arueo ol tbe Alleghany Penilen ibat Sid served eleven years ic that j Ou, u'-o n so'J. in Pen.ml t t .13 in slider, a certiScate of ittroma Ctitugt. bank lor in gold, ar !n 1 fo- ICO acres cf laud, a pifor eoio-ing. of any color to suit ucir number of kejsof d fler the action of the Grand Jury was known Every one that it i-. imposiible for me ind ctment, and since ihe Grand Jurv refused to inflict that mypower in lhe premises In anatter to your inquiry why tho State has not taken action tovrards bringing a civil suit, tbe following fiela arc submitted Dr f aa Sjpemteidem of Public Instruction, had receivd fron i! e Lnited Stales 315 U, bfiia tic fne per ccn paid to tho S'ate ou the pr oeeds of the of the public i Unite Of vhio fund he had no power to loan a dolhr At the arai of the fcen- ernl Assembly after ni) enoliod I gave the Scnale nu osinioi lo that effect, tvhn.ii I be- lieve, was unueran Iv concurred in bv that bodv The law rerni -cd mm to apportion this inocej among the d flereut eoumu-i ui the State, to be loaned OJE bv the befool I u nl Oonimissiotiers even [Lev could not loun io exceed five hundred dollars to am oue peroou It is tvell known lhat Dr Lads aoportiouttd oul> a small pm of this money, but loaned to a few bankers, oew-paoer editor" and personal over j two-thirds of ui3 miner-Be of inclu u ha r poncd as ilie tla Eye In, Ter CofseiL Sept L-gia aiure of met In be tomioil tl e oviug were L KOW..IJ, Pit.3idt.Ill _li Carrar Cf. ef C crk io Ecck keeper ihe Iloi. e opposition were elect- !j vote of 1" to Ii, 13 lo-llows H. Bcnuett, Speaker Z (j HcNeelj, Chief Clerk D N Thompson, Ser-caot at-Arms 1 Q Rogers, Doo- Letpcr Richardson a He-sage was deliver oa 'ft eiineadav It is oriel and confined irely to Territorial affairs It contains cot 'ord n g'orSe-lion enie- of toe Admiui on or of Squatter most nrkable oration la NenraiU Gubernato- si :o make this extra or called ses- of tbe tnke the place of tbe ,.K ia Jaojarv, aad thus super- ne-esiity for a second masting The ua or ibis 13 tha, tacre is no money to pa.v a uja excep. Terr tonal -x, wnich are a; a low figore on band if ihe session is made the nemberj will draw their pay a Cneie bains etronj; box' "at Pike's Peak Gold Fever has been raging for ibe'ast two weeks to a extent i a-aber or peroons, probably fifty m fo- the 011 Creek, iCQLjtv aione Thcv fuliv pre- PM3 ,he wihter iu tho moantams As'isicnt, nud a of Hon S II i. GoTtrnor Itiehard-on, in bis MesafiSC acoierT and preuioto U at it w it t ape GS io cverj knd of indus rv, ucd lr -ti, maku tiie of the jhssou Jd. orlj the garden, but tho central money of the Lnion fit K" S.aee Conpanv are about open- 1-- He umil rouie from this cuj io I Tii s coutruct for a tn weekly the two po nta A company of leave on Monday to select aeetions of o ti.e Cwiiijiauy are entitled for K4iions i.1 twenty mileo along the tf g this line w fully opened, tha ii intelligence Xrom Utah, Oregon, and THIS, viU reach valley at ihia iMteadof St. Joseph aa heretofore for tbfc past monto bas been md magmhceriv corn crop ha: e- uid 11 LOW ready for uarvealing ia tin waciuon. AH g00d say that a( Ji-ld o! corn Las never before beea a lOaii Ol I Such w_s ttie condition m which lhe Otueral emblr lound the otlmra oi Dr Ihey feiunJ thttt 1 is onci lal bond on which Ld Johnson auJ c-rii n ot ier were iiireue-, Lad been ni e i uj. B ureurv llLCIcarj (no aoubt t a mi apnrebfn-ion oa hia a Tew bond accepted In these loans should be treated na a milhti and suit brought for tho t-ntire a0 n a.. 1 13 aure 10-, it was bc- heveJ in.it su Lcien eaulJ i o, ue rea from to co er llio oae- ixt i pirl ol tbe iiideln I lev, or ior the purpj-ie of securing 11 3 lund aa act autlioru ng the Got n.cr lo Ufi iu ut u i i0em to ue the I loin-, a J 'jt i-, ceiuid be -eeJred, IQ ralih he n m hopei th-it die v yjla be rc- I daced mm, i 11 it t'lo b i! uice co aid btre-1- a-iee with iln ta Jie Governor appo ultd J M Beck L q and he examined and reported the coudiuon ut tuese bjiis to the Ittst General V.-aembtj ol S ite Ilia report was made about the 1st of Jniuarj to tlna time no sui oould be i.uud, as it wad not known wliit pirt of tne losnd would he ratihed on the part ol the State and for H hat pjrl Dr Lads aid his security would be hoiden To have treated them all us a nUluy (as the S j. e bad a to do; wou d lirve been to TII them nil ot er to Dr Lad--, n ilh no posoi- lity of recovering the amount from him or bondemen On the report of Mr Beck being ,de for the first time under the polioj adopt j b) the General could suit have een mat tu'pd This iras prevented y the sureties of Dr Eatls Thcv represented l they woJ d be unable to piv the deficit in e of immediate sun, and reqmsietl the par- ige 01 a law au honzmg tbe Governor to ap .gent to settle wuh them, and they ould secure lhe deficit, by note and mortgage n five or eight j cars lime Tic General Ai embly pas'td an net m pursuance wuh their quet.1, (Sec ao approted March 15, 1S58 id Gov Lowe in pufumice ihtrewith apfomt d 0.1 agent to adju-t tltt matter with the sure- I am d that since that time the I aid tbe Dieanues had been irvmg to ige tne matter, but, at hid i_iJe no flu-l adjuatncnt 11 c sc an 13 co aLinnuteJ the Oovernor, no eloabt will order nn ninmsdmle EULI II will be en from this reference to the facia of he case v, hj D- tads lias 1101 been s-ed :re boa never bsen a t me that suit could ,c been iiistuuUd under lhe pohcv the General As and that polic concurred iu bo'li n the d ia coosiJered to have ben t e only one that could have resulted Micces-full> in securing tins md In rega d lo Mr Monartv tho charge mad. ty them ii equally unfounded The Legidatur, CN OJ> Asv IL Chicago Times UB- n Loci a Bmall TilUgo in Kane Co 12 eVd Uu Was Ueid m u-( OR Lljs q tjtlr LohUi tbe op- Oi 0 i- t. carried tbe tlav, "'il, charged u with gunpowder, and firee Jc great glee, thui celebrating their victory of people were close about tbe i u wuh a tremendous report, out striking Dr Kennedy, tne only u, ihe place, and breaking big leg A of iron' "eifibiag about ten poundi 'bite oak post about nx inches ID d if h. piece S or eight pounds, hit Geo d a wound which 11 evident! j wounded "an carried bis so d ou beholding the extent o mdcut short off as aj i pound cancoa ball Another p naver passed a law rtiiuiring me to sue him ?bev, however, did pass an set requiring mo lo namiDC into the facts connected with the printing, aud if, upon suo-h examination, 1 ihould be of lhe OtJimonjhat the State has any caustj of action, to in-vtuute and proseeulo su (See ac a of 185S, pnge On receivin ti copy ol tie resolution I imtnedialelj advise klr Monarty of iho action of the General Ae iomb'v, and gave him notice of the commend nent of a m eu4 the maitur cculd not L iraicnoi} arranged I wiis always of tha opmioi ;hil the action of Ur Monarly in not publich- ng the law reducing in certain particufarH tin of tiie State Pnutcr, wm a upon tin 5ta.te, ai e1 I tlio S au I'nuier elect Jhhu Toe-djif, I--q that, in mj opinion, In ibe-utd make bis charges ia Accordance with thi law law from the time Lha act should have been published, and he acted accordingly In case e matter is not adjusted by Mr Mommy, D assure you tlmt 1 shall take atich furthe: id action as will lead to au early adjudication of the matter by the Court You will see from the foregomg facts utterly unfounded are the entire charges madi In. regard to these matters Instead of the fact; b ing aJ represented by our opponents, they are directly the reverse. Yours very truly, SAUUEL A Eicz A young woman named Ellen Welch CO mitted suicidu in Galena last Thursday She wa auoat 25 years of age, cause of her death- uioholy and despair from leduoliou. fFrom the OhloSta c nd Com It IB atnicd ihAt a man LEuiud "OTCS Patrick master meobuLiu on tho Ch St Paul and Fond du Lao Railroad, hua recentlv discorered a new plan fora "variable exhaust" upon loco motive which promises and performs grout results By this discovery of Mr Patrick, at leapt one third of the fuel heretofore used will be Bavrdtoiho railroads B> nctuil exper iment on the Fond du Lac Railroad, the locomo B with ibis new was run 546 miles, drawing three leaded cars .nm. .d Mll Eft] More about Uie the Bal A tu.mil y A Mather far Four Chilfycn nuts Suicide Our c Mem were shocked j mornm by a rumor a terrible had occurre Cny, s. village about niuc milca iror rticulars of which, as given i tlic aro u near Grt this phce, tii 1 folloi A woman 1 the nime of Christiarmbo I residing with her hi 30uid ahour a halt i This ta rathei the account be true iqui wonderful i KILLED BI THE CARS woman named Matt is killed by the eastward-bound Burlington tram near Wheaton, ttremy five miles from Chi engo, on Wedneidiy afternoon last The Conductor of iho Rock ford freight saw Jer, about an honr previous, lying on the other rack, and causing bis train to be stopped, re- noved h6r out of dange-, the woman being ulplesriy drunk Somehow ahe managed to raw I bach, again, and the engineer of the Bur- mgton passenger train, aid not see her soon nough lo check the engine, and the unfortu- nats woman was instantly killed FATAL flag boy or switch render of the Burlington i, Qmncy Railroad was run o-ver and instantly killed, Monday iing, at CUioago, about nine o'clock, near he freight of lhe above company, al the oot of South Water street Deceased, whose name wus Patriek Maiier, and who was about en years oi s.ge, was uncoupling s. tiam tho engine, when hie foot caughl between he rails throning him down, and a car passed him, crushing him horribly :ntion if 1 or 2 o'cloc c during the absence ol her hus- band, muide eil lur four children, three guU and a bov, throwing the-n into a nell jc uping in herself From this dencu ehciuJ by the Coroner, andthcslite- '.ur reporter by tlie neighbor-, il appears thit 1 rcdtnok Schilling, the waa alienOn p; a vicilaing partv, near Grove City, when i it deed was committed, and ti- the wife, Christiana fcehidmg, convened the children from their heda to tho well, a distance of one hundred yard-, while they were aslccn, ind then pitched them mw it, and flung hemlf in So possible inolho cm hi dijrned for th deed, and it is the General im- presaion amoi g the ncighborB ihafMrs Schil- hich is a HIM rabla lop cabin, etanding aboi quarter of a i nlc from tho mum road, say that kliey heard tin mother mil he-child, ihvmn abou lo o'clock at fhe iiug- b-ind and fat er, it did not return fio: the wdduing [tarty ui tii daylight, and brfoi that tirus At Oxford Ohio, on the ISihiUbt, loore and John Ingtebnght, after drinking to xccsd together, commonced a fight, nhich re- ulttsd in Moore stabbing hia companion, und ieu knocking hjm down nnd stumping upon im luglebnght died m consequence ot hie ijunea, after a few hours of suffering, and oore waa held to bail i Grand GRAND LODGE o> THE US 10 0 F t the recent action of the Grand Lodge of e Uniicd Stateo, held at Baltimore, eiery urndietion was repre-trdtcd The IollowiD3p are Grand officers elect imuel Craighead, of Ohio, M W Edw H Fitzhugh, of R W rand Sire James il Ridgelv, of Vd R W ecretarj Joshua Van bint, of lid R W G Tr Depuij Grand other coulii ha nti _ilj bcl On Sfoiiduy i! e JUth msl, a committee lef, u catine to lav out and survey the line of iho roposcd railroad from that cit) to Tipton King from the manifested work wil' e commenced on lhe road before long The I coplc of Mu-caune are looking forward IQ ie securing of the upper Cedar Yulle} trade i Wno is TO itt OF he-e hove Ueei   te-nfip I when she found it wig ihe bodisa of id nil) of noighboi" The I u SS feet dTp and contains about faet of all r T e windlass and bucket were m thpir propor Utea when hrs. diicovereel nnd of ormiip. of the terrible deed TStn's KciC MR LOITOF jonis of Juiloung Men a a- )n are hereafter to be open to the public iese Rooms No 4J and 50 on tbe third floor Copp i. Piraons Block, on Jtilerson easv of access bv the main stairway, e filled up, well lighted ov gi c furnished wuh an excellent .nual religious, scientific and miscellaneous ading matter Among tho periodicals are the mdon, estminsier, North nnd Edin- urgh Reviews, the New Engender orth American, Princeton, Methodist Bapti-t id Episcopal Keuew-., Bluckwood'ri ilugn7iiic, s llorchanti, ilagiu nt, American Mer- Atlantic Scientific Amerieiu, Lincoln, in 13 debate w 1'h at CKrles on ki cicks ll e vv nd oul of t ie equality it the hotel tod.y in el-i.rlv ej'ed upon me to know woetierl na- rt illy in I_vor ui crotiucicga pi rfcc ilv Ijctwctii tl c negroes the white people LLiuBhur hile I had not f roposcd to my- self on ibid oc' to much on thi-t sub .he rjiieation was asked me, I thought pa Sve mmtitea m saving tilling in r gird so it I will sav then that I nm'not, and ne-erhave been m favor of bring- about in PI V tho and political cqiidiiy of ihc vlme and bl ick races [iifpliuae] 1 at I am not, end never hine bien m favor ot milling or jurori of negroes nor of il fv ing the n to hold olEcc, nor lo uiit-rm with white pec-pl and I will -i) in aud uon to this ihit tb-n 3 n. difiurcnce between me nnd black which I bol eve win ly of sub- Juot I would occupi p uh the leading IMigioiia Newspapers of the J forctir torbid thtTtwo mcei living togeth. and a nural er of tlie able secular lornia of uid political cqiulitj And in eeklv jouniaU pub isheel in various of Jamuch as th j c-xnnot ao live while they do reni-im togetl er there must be the pojiuion of 0 Ulllon -jpenor aid mleuor, I as muUi as anj other The Rooms open every evening in the i am in having the superior position eek (except S-ibbath) from and afler (as gned lo the white race I duel, aad the Librnnan ifl m attend mce lo j lon ipart desired informition Person-, m the walks of 'ifp, pro- j asiona! men, mcroh ints, clerk- mechanic8, citizens itudonts and Ubontig en, are cordially inviDi cl 10 asm! thennelveri the ailvintaDes which these Rooms furinOi mental moral culture Ii is hoped il n ho have the leisure, or can commnnfl ti c ie, will e 11 nnd m-ikc the acqnaiiitanec ol ise Rooms and the publications therein Delegates to the Iowa. Baplisi Sate Con. sniion, meeting in Cm, Oet th, will be on lhe Ben Cnnob 11 and coUk at HJLLF H THK CLAGCIT VHON tlie meet ig last night hours to the tfTLCt Clugl.at'B Speech OOOOMOoOOOOOOOOOflOO' ifier 'the Conn' had relieved itself, tlio ir funny and eloquent Clime took tlic land and opened About this nine we left, at which t mo UU presented the following appearance Hiur ura informed by the al Ticket Agfu tint the B 4.11 R R R ill carry lo utttnd Gales- itirgli ou the mat, on luc occasion of the d bate between ilr Lincoln, and ilr Douglaa, fare ant way Till, Detroit Adver learn from that the cooifuj) from inn wlio bad gone in search of the bodj of Ir Tnursloti, the unlortunaie bulloom.-t re- urned Irom ihu St Clair Fiats aod ihe stumps I Canada, to Detroit, on 1 nduj lhe Imily had irot been found, und it no v uelicv d tl .it Thurston fell Irom the balloon before it renched A great excitement was produced at Honroe, Jich on Thursday, on iho Announcement that a dead body had been found in the near ,hat place But it proved afterwards that u is not the body of ThurHlon We learn that Ilr Tourston was a widower itb one vbilri, an inttreating young lady of ghteen years, and that he W-IB ibc proprietor of a small Fruit Nuraerj, in the city ul Adrian The daughter ia overwhelmed with grief on .ouni of ibo misfortune that has overtaken bar father Parson Brownlow went borne to Tcnneesoc after his debate In Philadelphia He fluyn tlio nortbein people do not appreciala his argu- ments, and he has abandoned his mission He offered to continue the debate wuh iiuv Mr Pryne, if the latter would meet him in the South half tha time, but Mr Pryno did not consider himself match for a tioutbera mob, to declined Mr 5 M Brool a, the-crorinut communicate the follow ing p-ii lieuiars tu the St Louia Dom ocrat Mr Brooks was to buvc asccnJed from th Pair Grounds at Centraha on Kridaj, the 17tl mat, but finding himself'unwell, I'ctepted il offer of another Mr WiKon, whc volunteered to tnkp bid place in thu billoon Mr Wilson effected L beuuiful ntcenl, a p m floated westward and then south eastward nsn g two and a lull and al about m deacenJed, sixteen miles o. the starting paint. lie id caught lij a tret about fortv live rods from the iarm lionso ol Sir Bcijtmm Harvey The some two miles mid a half from Rome, Count} Mr Hmey und fmnilv, and other" gtitiur- ed and 1 the inr -hip Ihev thcr pulled tiio ear ground and some boy; held tho ropes a3 the alighted anc ha wtio drawn oft in conversation with the iiquisiLivc people The bulloon was to-ved' to the house, anil Mr llarvey prepared to have acme "port, by rising tho length of the rope, lo "Je pulled dowu Proi ing tuo heat y to i he itepped oat and pac in hia three children, a ac! of three a gnl of eight, anJ a aul' Older At this point Mr liaon called GUI .o t'losp holdi ig tho ropes lo be aure to hold st But the three children wcro too heatj, id the oldest wau taken, out U this instant, through the unwatchfulnei.s ot ihc persons it; :he cords the hullon suddenly jnd verj swifih .vent upi The anchor struck in a mil fenct, jut lore ic away, while a erv of horror bum 'rom Llie a0omzed group ThechilJien scream ed with horror, and the piteous appeal Pull me down, father as i1 metantlv LTOW luncer ihe parent" indeed ul! present or the time fiantic Ii waa now pust icven o.lo k, was becoming dirk, and the bal- loon waa   must oiieouutei trgid atmosphere which they could not; sur K vtrts about ihree o clock on Saturday morn ;0 that Mr Ign.tioua Ate iiaon, livn.0 on loora prairie, eigiit mikd liom Mount Voinou i cp as he sajs and iveiit out, upon tho oh "to bee thu blazing comet immense spectre num.. Irom a tiee about vaida distant raJieruppilleel him BI d ho re ,eied the house, and wakened 1 is Uinilv- hia coimna out ngiln a tveuk and pneous cc oalled to him Irom tlie spec rt, Come and Ie utdoitn, iveio ilmoat irozeu .r Atelnsoii bpeedili perceived the u lun ihut0 K of lhe mustered help, cut a way even! hmba of ihe tree, and drew tl o eai m :y lo the ground! ie little boy was firs: lifted ou inu when laced upon Ins feet instantly ran foi beveml then turned, and for a moment coiitoiu luted tho balloon wuh ippireitlj mttt a eu lOaity Ti c llulo tola iLe r soire aud dventur s wuh au nlmosr broken he irt, to licac people, y inileed, had not earil ot lie disaster A ved at Mr Hnrvej nlea distant at 2 p m with the triin-portui0 .dn0 lhat the Jnldrell itere aftfe 'Vc will .ave u to our readers hetirt to the ich tlic iQtclligenec cutiseei U was la e in .ie iiftLinoou vvhej the htile oncb iinneJ ni d ore cei once mofe in tbe embrace of icir arenta The liMpoy wii -ecoived in Ceruialii, nil iiniroiinced on Sundav morning it the hurelies uuio, ofjoj li e el i! Iren cie brought ibcie on Moiuluj, uud iitlcuiiied ith the firing oi cannon an 1 n fcencr il jubike 'hotognpliic portrnti of tlnni i ik n bj IrttiHimiB Maubew- Artist, in eiitrali i, nd r vjnetj of pn "ei ia were, mac'e lo tliun boRtrliS named Harthn Aim, and her little rother David I am Sho saju that he soon ncd himself to sleep, and that she cried ull io slept a little, iiuel tben he awakened in the "Mr Broo vS nOinns tbat the balloon mo't eieended b) eleven o c ook ol indiv t, nd henoe had remained in iho tret till its dis averj throunh the kindneso of the bluz ng ar and the Iron o initial wukefnlnesa ol JIi I do nni percfive tlmt because t1 e man i? io h ive tne superior pos. uon 'be should denied everything 1 do not th it bet-ufce I do not wnnt a negro woman for a i- avt, I must neccseanlj want her for a wilt [0 icirs and 1 j Mj uuder- in ding is til t I can just let her alone I pm iov in my iiflut1! tear, uud I certimly never iutc h 11 a uUelc wo inn n for either a R ave or a wife ba it seems to mo quite possible for us lo pet along w itiiout making either shves or nitesol I w ill tdfl to tliiB I'mc I bave ever-ten to nij knowledge a man tvaitim or ehil J w'io was in favor o! producing a perfect i nd white me i 1 recullecl ot i [it one dia.in f Ui-1 ed instill e.- tlmt level heard of so Ire- j lentlv as to h cntirdy sali-hed ot its cortcct i d th tr ia tbe ta-e of J Jtlne Dougl is' old mul Col R 'i rd M Johimou [Uughter n 1 I "ill also add to the foit remarks I 1 a d m tiJ( I >r am uot ie> entir nt 1 irnc upon tin-, thuti I lini c never h id me It i t ,j elicrs on th it I 01 mj friends marrj ue0roes if tlieru waa 110 law io Uep iliem from it, [hufjiteij but as DoUpliio a ul h fnei tit ocem to be in Brcni ap uritiLiisioti lh i- t'lej if there wete no 1 LVV to keep i cm from it [ros s ol hiugitei] I him tlie tnusi soiemn pledge tlmt I will io very lust s and bj toe law of llna Suit ch t e murrjiug of nhue people with I niti add one further t o d, winch i- ih d, that I do nor undt n-iurid tlieru H um pi tee ivliere .iteration of ihc social and pol iioalielat ons jf thp negro nnd the white ma_i eau Lie changed except in liu btato L in the of tlie United as I do not really apprehend the appronoh of au> biich thing mjst.ll, and m Dout'ad seeina la ho in cotirLiiit horror that BOme bueli danger is rapid Iv as the beit meant to praeitt tt, that tin. J dye be kept cd. home aud .n the Mate to fight the msa- hiughicr and uppluuae J I do not propofe duelling longer at thu time oa subject________ Onio Lire AVDI'IITJST Assigneos of the Ohio f ifc and Trust Company have report at lust, which s it-, miiniiromont and officers in no enviable iiglu flie Ii ibtliuts of tin; Bepurtment al Cincintiai! nrc ol lh Trust racut SJflS.lOS The of the iiiiiLinn Dc- Sirtmfiitare tho aaacia jf tliu Trust epartraeni Tho liabilities oi tha York cdicc aie the assets Taking into account the capital 000, aa a liability, the estimated deficiency will be .CO The lawyers wilt be abuol the only class who will get the fut pickings out of Una corruption iier The New York 'Inlunc stales lhat the credilora of iho Company, to iho amount of nearly a million of dollars, have commenced suits ugamat the Triatcea personally, on the ground that they havo mado themselves 1mbla by violation of the charter Quo auit la for f .iSO.lHJO It interesting devel- opment? will probably grow out ol these sum, and ehow aowe reasons for thu suspension of thid institution, which hava not hcretofoi boen publiolv aired Tux HARMONIOUS DmocRACY is ST Loua News has tht, .following no ice o, t'ie Democratic fainilv fight in St LDUH be the Dauslaaiteij and tile is rowing ai tierce as Lhe uhmd> which gerornlly inimtet an Irish wuke Kothing could be uui determined bund of Bnolian LS nrcs a crashing volley ot gntpe'-iiot into igl ii1 position everv other d ij tl iounh tne oluinna of tho R public in, tinei Ur Ivinnelt .ID leach rot tbeDouala-ues oilier it wuh at Mr Siuracon Mem tho ol the ic-pectnu chief'; et-p up the on tbe s reet IM lun us 0-unn m which both Uo ielja ind Buobunun re moat heiilthliilly cur-cil Not the least inu rioting lent iru oftlisljtt- Ic picture is the pos lion vs t ich F P BI ir Jr vcre tolu) lust August Yet, tlic U_i im0 lac I uvo dug him up and broucht him forth o scale iheirown qimrn Id The DiibhanamtLS huo nn idea that t e ill ovtorful Frank tan with one blow ol 1 is Pit in c ,st, knock even the great lilinoi" Ln ni inio .mgdoni come and sin it.h the whole urni; of Mr Stuigeun knows thit tin Rtpublicin Dn- id pebble in his p >rl i, nuij o i h m u rme his Nling unj bur) tint pcbbl it lhe on.liend ot ihe IlImoM Goluth Bit Mr Ulsir iiHinlainc a pertunicious lieiturn U He wuu t n ike battle on the Lmle Gam' until the Lit Ie Crunl ire on lu-> ton pea him to fight Then lie will hurl 1 i- pebl ie into the imfln of the Iiglitm0' unilj, without who is MHIH bj u ihe of Una In eh row prettj us U a .intN, reverjd.j ttie Why ii a fiabioaabla lady like a rigid econo- miatr Beofcuao olie makes a great bustle about K UtUi wuat and is grow i SINFCQHB Pt tct" will reeolli-cted that he Union wteks arto a large iroportion of tl- o Government elct ks in ilie CHJ is "migerible who devoti lour or ive hours ol indulence ut then n.nd de- clare t that it is n notonous I iu tliutmoie than halt of thft 9t ihe Government is bi uion an mitanco of an abujc of thii kind ne ,tf the following facia which lime Iictneoin- inicTled to in from cuch a on roc aa lo Imve doubt, ot thmr correctiiebs ia all unttciul pomta We are informed tbat a near relative of a ihfUinpui'-hed Southern politician haa a inelvc hundred dollar clcilship in one o! ihc Government b uremia for nearly three veura, (luring winch time ho liaanevci doiw i singk day a work in his olhce, jilthongh he hai legu larij drawn hia one hundred dollns al the ent of ever) month For about three months laai pain he haa hired a substitute at sixty clollnra per month, but dun ig all the reniduo tiuic he lini received Ins palnrj rcgularlv out in any way rendering the Blitjhteat, eqiiMa- lonL Republic A tEiimaterin Chicago havingbt.cn from the driving of u good pair of horsccto nn inferior, wtnt into cl u stable wuh u bliaipuiot ptiok, with which ho punctured the eiilc of oni of the horses 90 that tbo poor animal soon diu in great suffering lie has been committed Ii jail m default ot S5UO bail A DARD the day Douglaa wpoko 11 Ciirlinvilio, somebody waactuol enough to pos with the following qutuuuon fi Douglas'i own speeeheH Th i Misuoun 0 promise is canonized in the hcaita of the Aino rican people, aad no ruthless baud will dar molent ii." [From the OsUtooea Ilenxld] Lcticr from Sunaior Or Tho following letter from ex-Goterno Grim03 has been lumded to us for publication It will be remembered lhat Govuuur Grime was ono of the rs i ho located thi Insane Asylum Dfua answer to yoi r enquiries respond usfonuwa has been nude bt tiie General Atsc i hk smc  Elwood and Trimble that the expense 'I the Commissioners in procuring plant ur the Asylum, was filty tbuusund dollais, is i falsehood Tiio whole expense of iho Oom- n B lorers for this purpose did not exceeo tvclvc hundred dollars, mcluamg pinna, draiv- ugs, specihcalious, und their own ex- icnsea oth The statement that the building when sd will cose iho State tvio millions ol is equallj groundleas The endent and tho-c mucb betlcr qualihtrt) io than ilesars Trimble and Elwood, Miy hat it ciin ba completed iMlh tha appropua )ns already made btb The buildu g is no greater than the Com la-jiom ra waa lo iccom Stale Ecu Judge Jouhson 0 report on this sub ot thf Genural Assembly 7ill lhe statement tin. I had anything to j with ihe late aciion o! iho Eourd ol equali uon cither direetlj or is utieilv ise I hate hid no com HI iiniion wiili tht jurd, nor with imy member ol it m relation niij mutter connected in llio remoieat oe- on ihestibjocC i believe Una utiowera all the i iquines put lo c Yours truly, _________JAMLS AY GRIMES ALCIUI WalLer, while out gun ng on Suturdaj lust m Jefferson township ibuqm, count; was iicciJeiitnllj' shot bj tie nn in ina ovvi bands Some parties were paas jgthick bullies ilkei a ran out to ilicm, went buck ugim, and through this sag i- ous (luimul, the body of hia muster was UNCINNVTI FiGa Mr B Cjvagtia hist etc- nge-chibired at ihc I ur of the Honiculturai oeieiv a number of Sns, which weic ripened lla open mr, on bis imp near the citj A pin of en et, a pressure of two di.li- ate liandd, and a piuji wuat-nbbon, will do as .noli to a nun as three the i at-eh a luigc w hoop ii0-coug i, a pair I look-juva, several hidicipiiobus and the oolor'b bill The citizens of D it enporl are much oil .b no iv, un t ie question of more nulioid con- .ctitin null the Gcdar ulle) Tbej thai uociuno la dim ing to the cWi irt of tl D irtde of tbe intenoi, and somctlnn0 uit bt done to divert the tide of irade more leetunlh to Davenport Ibe-ketelon of a fun lie h is been fo md in a logician unoooufied bulling mSjiacuc ingulf hj the nce-k fiom a houk in the w til iiJjji tmliy concealed bt, the door Plieprtin siippo ed to have left the en.v, as nothing bas .cu in ni of lur ior Eomo Cnno Ibc ftorm ui Thursday la-t tvab verj severe nonhern New liamp-lure Ai Wenuouh iui inches of w Her fell in 12 hours, eiuaiuj, ie livers to iibe und overflow their bank-, injitig aivai whole 5eld3 ol iru, iho M on irt a.! ruilroad ivas dimmed, ul iu iireu ftmiliea were obliged lo rcu ove om their bmlilingg in the ni0bt lime SOMI PUMIKINS eduoi of Lhe MUB- itme Jouniil Ii it-been tivo pumpkin-, m a wa on bound Jo-the JMUI brouud one of vv Inch cinlicdl27lb nnd (boothei 118 Ibd They eu rai ilr G allmgnloid, of Pits Thenliurof Democrat thinks e --oon t to our roj e's cnJ 1 he end f tht rope Ite gf t to vt ill mobD 1 be l ie oi Lhe shtnil Jour An eiunc measuring fiva faottto ohea when htanding orect, und sit feet four eiiLR lictitcen the tips ef the was ohot toivnabip, countj, a i lav, tiiijb (since Tlie Wiiiiiebuffo settled in Minnesota, .ised over 5 OUU buahels of uliealUst tear Laic i en s fiom the Indi in war in Oregon in- culos tin t the Goteimiicut will hate tioublo Eiln Burns fntir years old, is about gnen course ol theatucil readings boai a of the steamer LniElte, at vi cnja biuce, finding a nnu on mil jellovv Icier citrned him out md left h m hin on the levee in cam Ctlliope is bung maiiufucluied in ,ter compo cd ol thirty whistles, to be- Europe Vebrjsl a is the lnigeat Ternlorj Ic will ilcc about eight States as Urge ns, Sou nnptihirc fhe Cut Council of Baltimore liate od nn t allowing ojsiera to bioneht into thu LV on the 1st of September, nmetti! o tin, >tli, a heiutotore Ihc hiKhubt ihg in the Uintec! btates ia d to Ie tbu one ut Mara It is 92 I eilngh nd beiL0 converted to Jidinm bj a rtvihng fiiiialic nuined Bnl_op circumcised he r s'liud 12 in barb irous tnanu r Tin co Sugir JlilU will bu set up in this pert .I ilie couiiiij Ur John E Vmec One at .dnveu bj cUum one at the faun of iber nt Gu.fl v Ihev in .......mis of ibo Oest quitlnj, and will ..rush Tul pre-? emiLa to perleciion He hn- he necedaarj apparatus toi boiling into ilolaa Tnose who hate but a reasonable if Sorghu n, 01 no enough io uHord io bu> n mil Tor tl em-UriM will hud u bet or to Into lie i oiinu in Ida ttn liio wlmrea thin to tmkei ub it ut home Tim put few oeit lughlj livorublo to ripening Cddcvillc A lifpuljheau edilor, vvilli no ospeomi htnoeb I culN the U ta heiiaurj jn Au cm blabli 11 it 13 uu bttibk, Mr Jucli i must be a. lieiculcs, foi lie hub dean it out Elarrj Nicol waa uistiintij cut in two a few dajs bince wl lie to ailju-ii ihe illvvhiuh hu was running nt Con- ueUville, Pa The Louisville Journal copies the remaiks oi Ur Liiieuln at Juiiesboro auJsivs s Let no one omit lo icadlheni The) arc lurching, Boiiilmig fltunnuig i hey belong tc ii it some oni! has sitled ihe toma aipkiiiff specios Richmond, Sept 29 Tho extensive (louring mil! of Mr Alugruder our this citv, was burned icnierdiij ,_1 OUu Insured in this city and New loik Pittsburg Sept 2B Tlie Odd Fellows Hall vraa dedicated lo di i illi upprotiriaLe and impohinfi ceremonies Setcral prommoiit mcinhors of llio Order fron abroad umonir ot-hcra Gen Cameron, llio ten cruble B G Wikiey ofUcera of the Grand Lodgi ol Pa nnd Grand Encampment tvero presint Iho members marched in proccsaion througl the piinciiial eircots, numbcriug about the piooesHion they awscinblcd in th National Theatre, vt lien til tietlioution uddrei nan delivered bj Hon W F Johnson Sivannab, Sept 28 The deaths in Una citj Ior the endir iloiidnj were 32, of vvhiuh 9 weru from jollo ictei The deaths to day >tcro 8, oi which from feter. Hook Inland 29 Ibo elcamer Tanny Unrria mruclt thu Jl J binlfjo aa sha WIIB oomlng thiough lufci ovenm about 8 o'clock She aunk itcur the Inlant IAO deck hands wero lost Soon after a raj atruak tue bntlgu, three livoi reportad ioit. BY TSLEGKAPH. New York, Sept. 28 The steamship Moses arrived abou 4 o'clock wiih California, mail io the 16th o Sept bhe hnd 300 and nearly OHO 000 in treasure She connected with ill John L Stephens, whicb leesel reported tli luiborMiiSBinela blockaded the steamer GCD L Harris I The steamer Saranac was at Panama, and ai well Ihe steamer Softnoake aniTcd off Aepmwd the 2Uth and would proceed iroinediaicly Grcyloftn The California State election had resulted in ihe success ol the Administration Democrat! ticket bj- to amjoritr llio latiirc ni 1 a large Majority of Adiuinialrti Lion Democrats San Fianci cu county electee 'iu peonies ticket for local officers and tin Republican delegation to On Legislature Mining news from Frnser Kucr etiil UUBIIUS- cLorj Phemens still loo high to allow iron'tablc working Jusiuesa IB dull at Vicloua and propcrt' greatly depreciauug The Indians sull hold a threatening attitude Considerable excitement had bet. i treated bj reported gold discoveries ou Isi m lortb of Victoria, and thousands hue rushci .here and staked off claims, but it turned out. lumbug Hher diggings on Briti-h po'seestons, had re urned to California The orerlund mail vm Sale Like arrived at Place milt. on 2-ith AugU3l The fir-l stage oi he eime lino left Sun Franc sco on 23tL, with I passengers New und neb diggings wore found >n Suda creek, Shasta county Higgers rcali :ins 100 dollars per dai Eldorado ooumv had hi.cn nejrh destroyed A duel liad occurred between Gco Peun Tohniilon, nn editor, anil W S Ferguson, ex Stale Senator and Douplas politician The iU er wi-3 shot in the The U S Government has commenead sun n S-iu Francijeo lor Sew Almudoi quio'tsilrir ines, at many million dnllu-s Ic urged that it is now held by lorded wits llcmn Mula, chief clerk, in theSm Pruncisco lecordcr'd office held a ticket which drew dollar prize in a H.uana lottery n unii UA! number of murder-', u-sas'ina s, suicides and deaths from equalities are cceived Fhe nhip George I Jo iv! and, the firi! whalei I (he ee laon, arrived there on the 27th of Julj .ith a favorable report of i nliali-g tKet Adv ees from Ortnon to tlio 21 t of Vnpust reuUoieccived On the Uth of lint n.omh ,ieu J Idillcr, with apart) of 15 in made m0lit attack upoi a bodv ol cnpuintip linen 5U women and children, al r_6iiumDT f liorscf and much oilier rnoom T cut 4l moriillj wounded in tlie uttael uid d next dav Beioud tii i inert had been no tine demonstrations jgamst the In- though prepiriiiuna ripullj link frran offline bv the icnt troops Lew is L tun t, the wUl known Jjcqimt ind Kimat, formerl) ofBoaton, died at batratuui i TLt. markcta at Sin Francisco had been ij nto during the fortnight. 3-uitdaiuir without unce on icut rrn Receipts of gold about an cra-pc IP the HCIlaOO ShippeiH ul trencure lira about rcai-tiug the i) mi in ol the Slate Tar upon cxpuricd Oil An indictment had been found the apt of tlit, ship lor an infnng iiitDL ol IB TixLun.imd the trml of ill it nioicui nil 13 to be made a test us to tonstuutioiijhu o! IP import news ununportnnt Sci oi Olmltiio had been elected Gov oe the me ol Pinama Ihe Star of the West nd Gronaon, it hccms, irned on aotno Stowawnvswho ere uuu ermg iboit Parmina penniless A bun] of 4.0 ihiaica hid commit (d man j robbt ncs in Coata Rica f bi fir id ed tne residenca of the bi.t taught und Hogged and Irom countn Tbcj tttremamlj of resocct ble onneoiiau a relative of the Frc t-ent General Luinar United t> uca ilmi-tcr, had eiclied Coota Rica n io quiet il e bu in nih and Siratoga mia a Sm J in, id ihcPlvnoutu sailed for I on tbc ut. mst In Iluudura1! the i iteroccanic p rjec., it re irded us ubtindo led Ttiere Mas sonic talk of Sahndoi nu ul ng lie countrj The choleia was disnppcirmg from Giiilcm The U S rairiatci hid frc-i Ujn ValparoihO dilDb of iih roccifod Pete" and order profiled m Lhili The rops tttro 1 l> fiiverible and ibc niicing Tin, Merumac and Dctatur were in poil, the oimu to an! (or Valpuaii-o All tlic rorcign re so at i ili to ha.d pro rharicr- and prcct eoed to tie laninds Lo toad at ]0 dollma per ton Unas reporudibBt Peru nns ibout didjr ijj war Equador At i'u Republican miss meeting la t evening t the Cooper Iiisl tuie, a luioJuuon n :s pa ecd, .lh ilic couri-e ot tlic L i omr on ucMion of llj-kin uod I Lrl deco at c llit, time on the four mile i ice w tJ> oO 7 i5 uid 7 50 lur ix tin. fir-t, nd ViJious the o 'icr iv, i Uua'nii'- 01 dis anu.d o i tl e _d htat The Governor mi o ork on iinday i isid ni me linuiLibOii Mm.' r, xctii'-nc pnpiritnns in. i i i i HI pu ide i n 1 tint of Urn I irt 01 UiiHed States to inunow j'j J ip fur lie L mt Idrl at u-'i- in place of pun-cr Bitts ilelaelied Citnmuidir SolloK 'MI b en he Mou.k DiMriot us Lihhi-ljou-e hi-pc tor nd appointed becretni-v to the Li hlli  admitted lo bill in Jjtjfjt) on a coin- p1 mt yl mi-.d. meaner undirilo itct of IblS prolericd by the Uistiicl Atte-rnev HttUfas, bept J Chae Brow left, for Boston in the1 uiei Extern Stato to dav. John F Fox, of Boslon too other Mir ol tho ill tilted Austria, who uochnul s-ag in the Prince Albert, is also on bojid ihe 1 at Lin bin I e Bullalo, Sept 28. lhe Democrats lo daj nominated Icrac fliUcti for ro election to Congress from thi Dialnct 'lhe Republicans jestcrday nomidfltedE G Spauldmg lor tho aame1 position Washington, Sept 28 Judgo Bovthn, Speoml Minister to Parogua; w ill rccon e instructions to morrow and pro ceed to York, vshero he will embark i the Sabiuo which will prolubh leaMi on Mo dav Dcepatcnes from our Minister resident m P nama alato that Prcbident Lupez la making e tcniito prcparaliomglo reuuo our expedition Patents buvo to G Warro anil Sumuel Samuels, Both of N Y for a improvement in tho method of lajingsubiimrin telegraph canlo Tlio pitent has been ro issue for Uouue's improvotneni ofa Wlegrapb i.iWTInSI Itttvr from corrwpODdtnt' IBUOR to difficulty on Tbe view u rather one, but k to been mMot oft bloby tha MB of electi- CdlmachiueB tbe from London Ur. Lundy, OM ot the bu como to NewfoanUBdjW the COD- diMOQ of thi wireti to da) on winch u certain are to bo botbtndt Ii njoeot ciperimi'nii induced a belief that the fmotura or fraclfi'rM, (for ll thought that there may be two) wtlt be found U a distance of between 200 or SOD miles from Iho shore, for about 380 or 240 the depth 1.1 onlv 410 and iritlijn thai range mischief owuld cafiiiy be but sudden dcficctit then occiim to ;CJ8 futioms( IR doubUubfanyiliingcoalite done. Tho probability tbal abrupt point whero ban boen ilr. tha electrician of the company writes another letMr to tbe limes nib- of bis dismiAal, in which he charges tbd managers with in com and dcmnndi full investigated by -the of tbo on whicli be wu oa L7th Tho shares fell to Mr Brett claims the original 105 tbe Atlan- ic cable project IB. 1S4B. i lie acceptances of AleKrs Aficoxi, Uartwlf Co of Manchester, liad beer dishonored. Wm Loir, tbe principal Editofof the Lou- don dead. The DoncuBtcr St. Legcr, WOD by Ilr. dcrris Sunbeam, Lord liom comlu ilmen Ht )e pure! I waa mmortd that Viribtl Can- naa lo marry the Ducbeii otSotOfliayct. Pnnco Napoleon's journey to Algeria. )ostpoued wuh a view to tbo prior wlflcment if all questions m relation to tbe organization if that country A treaty is eaid to btiD made with ung of Korea, a rosBal ot for the shmeal of a French bore I Tho attack upon the Emperor of Ava bad >en ordered ho having refuted to yield to the jmaods of France. Tho Paris Bourse was buoyant Three's clo- ed at 72f, 96 centimes cesmon of tbo pott of Villa Frutce llutm mereJ.v pnvUeccs to ose enjoyed by America at Spezzla, viz epot Jor coal and naval a tores, and a repuriog :aiion J Chamber of Deputies bu issohod, aud a new house cofivoLed to 'meet n the 1st of December. Some disturbances took place at Pinta on the ccaeiou of a n iigioua the Eipans, ribes ilium to Prowstant ivaa reported nt Berlin iho uouM be convoked in A few nd tho regency of tho I'lince of Prussia bo lored Tint there would he n dieiolutiott, nil Rcneral elections There was no hope of the King's restoration health vintage will bo most lundiut, of the East five bt Peienburg letter anya afin- icul pi in his submiucd to the Lmpcror, eeintjed to furui'-b tbe capiul for tins email-' ;put on of serfs According to it a. bank of sue would bo established, with a capital equal the indemnity to be p nd to the proprietors, o notes are ulumatclt to be from ronlation ineaits of n fund There chunce of ita adontioo, ihougb with nue modiflcaticui. The- cm u crops In the Territory of ie Block Sea had been destroyed by locuiw id hot unid-- The Emporor wishes the Grand Duke Michael beeuue dov of Poland m room ol ou-cliahoft, wiio to riitire. t' hu excitement araoojr tbe a diiih The mm dpcnt in i-c of vn. iv baid to be enormous, irreclion m Portia had been EUp- ressed case of the plague is said to have ecu r i id ut Alexitudnn, n I though some ins dcimd that it was that disease It i> -aid that the Paclm had, bt his eucrgv, in i hied the fimaiical CAIN muils haJ reached on don, but the> full details add nothing cf im ortance to the telepraphio dcepatehce AlEbT BY TELEGRAPH JROST LOXDOM AND LIVERPOOL Lotipen, Sept 18, 12 M Tho St Petersburg Journals of Sept. 10, ac- ouncc what tin3 call a decimvc delfit of ehainvl in lie Cjiic sits Accord ug to Uicm, n thi 2d ult j. lajRe doUchmeut ol hin forctt ttackod a column, thereupon Sohamvl esohed to mike a diversion in tins movement. Gene ral manoeuvred in such a way s to him forward, aud then dividing Ins rcc in o two columns ho iltacked him id kit, ind la--t routed huti, captUMig, be- des 81'tui e', Ul JsO sword-, 145 blol- i i1 fin-, oue ol tlie laiter bctiim) I'ji .vn It was on tlic llth tlut thisong-igsnicnt iok lice, audit that ibc RuBsjua loss m oiilt M killed and 10 wounded Consols cloaed steady at 2 P U. of tbe 18th. t for for account, continued abundant at 2Ja3 per oont cr annum The specie m Bunk of England had in- ic ts '-tccmiiEs bud been some iversin Pemiojlvaiiiii 5 per cant bonda ik'iol the nevt 5 per 17 S Government bonds In railw u socti'-iLies n.limited online! io Central R It bonds and shares L terpoul Market buojant and higher ici d-tuls gciicritl) quiet and prices nominal. lour du I mil nnd liigland fld lower, west- rn .iO-i.ii, P u! and Dalt 21aii2 Od, Obio 22 6d i.5s heat d jliu holders offering inferior at lower id; s iho decliDO IB Id; red western .alii, vvlue western CsSdaCiCd, southern Gd Corn quiet, white 35fi, )ellow ProMsionsEenurnlly ratber easier with, tnoro oiag. Albany, Sept 29. The Eire paiado to day paeacd off with bril- int Adriatic has a splendid body of men IE is tomtit ibcrti vi ill be hard competition for the to morrow The follovtnu Bropklvn companies are prea- it VN Engine, Xo 1, witb 55 men, lunon lloae1, men, rrankhn Engine, No 3, TIICI L S Knginc, No 4, wuh 55 men; Encinc, No 5 iv ith 75 men Euginc 6, f Dctioit WHS i fine company, and a ucir Washington Engine N'o 6 ol Buffalo, 3 al-o a splendid Compsm, and will prove dan- ;erous in to morrow's contest Both have omit SO men on hand Ihere are -Is foreign amp lines presjut, and 5 to 10 to come Sew York, Sept 29 The next Cunnrd steamer to m Uiit is probabnblj the America Tlic Arabia, wlich was advertised to A t rpool oi. the ISth. mto ock there iu consequence of htr collision wuh M Curopi The America is hardly due bcre before Fri- at Tiie fiteaiuship "fince Albert arrived a in om Gnl war, %m Halifax In addivion to eome 2oO bruiga 12 of the biirxivors the illtiue'd Auvtnn, whose names have been rcsdt published A full hsv ol persons bv the ilau- nee is lunnblniii but there no Hdditional nua to those already given from Halifax. 1 hu steamship PcrMa sailed to-day tor Liver- tol wiib 170 ptBsengcrs aud in -p cm Sioekt have reacted and prices aro lower, vidi doing and exchange are both inchauged The follow mg diepitch has been received by he Directors of the Atlaauo TelcgrapU io this wtj Cvrus Station, Trinity Uay, To Punt Directors, N" Y Nothing vras done %eaterdnv Vsleutia. Tho clcctricul indications coutitiuo without :huiigc aiuoo in} dtspaieh of DE SASTY. St Louis, Sept Col P Slmffncr occupies nearly a column of morning's papora to that bo gave C. ticldthe firtttideaof iboAUautio telegrapb. IIo rovietva bia eonnpcuon, witb tbu variouu telegraphic enterprises for tbo past ten und parlicukrl) refers to his connection with the Newfoundland line to subtantiate bis claim of otigmahi) Tho article is written m Sbaff- uer's usual style, aud concludea wuli ibe fitcrco- tvpod doubt of iho practicability of the Ocean cable Sept. 29. Tlio tcial Webattir, Dentist, on of com mining raps ou a patient under tbe m- fliH-iioo of ohloroform, took place yesterday. A, verdict of not guilty on the capital charge, unt guilt) of an attempt, was rendered. A new" uml waa moved 24. Per U S to Boonville. Col Sumuor arrived from tho pedition thin cvcuiug. He proccvda to St. LOUII to a-i'-ume the command ol tlia department of tho Wost. 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