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   Janesville Gazette (Newspaper) - October 30, 1868, Janesville, Wisconsin                                PAPER OF THE CITY F.UIM V.OOTOUJSK VOLUME 12 TjTALL AND WINTER NOTICE S. GRANT OF T1IK U.-V1TJEO STA.TK3. f these things-it would bo unconstitu on.1, they say. Tiey aro a party of th ast, wedded to a narrow, illiberal policy that would keop back our country from too glorious fu'uro that lies before ua Why vote with ihem? _______JAEESVILLE WIS.. FRIDAY EVENING OCTOBER 30. 1868 MUMBER 201 GEN. GRANT Wednesday. visited Shullsburgh on FOR VICE-PRESIDENT SCHUYLER COLFAX, OP first 11. Js. PnJuo. K. a-V. Sawyer. O, VVovJibuni. TORIA Fcr nn Senatorial Charles Q- Williams. TBE Kepublioan revolutionary commit- tee of Cuba has issued a stirring procla- mation in favor of a Rspublie. Gsx. FORKEST has challenged Gen. Kil Patrick, and named Basil Duko as his sec- ond. Forrest is bettor at a massaoro than a duel, Mr. Iloughton, of the Galena Gazette, tho oldest editor in Illinois, has just closed up forty years in which ho has been con- tho political prc-fs of the nected with Ountry. Wisconsin Politics. lion. D. W, Mazon, of tho second die- triot in Washington county, is tho Demo- cratic candidate for tho Assembly. Inas much as neither Hon. Fred Porn, of Ozau- kec, nor Hon. Hamnor Bobbins, of Grant, will be members of the nest Assembly, Mr. Mason will be (he farther of ffoueo next winter, us he has served terms in tho Senate and Assembly, than the more RY LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. FROM BOST8S, Baalon, Got. firo this incrnin destroyed one of the oar houses cf th Boston Albany Kailroad Company, lo- cated between Albany street bridge nnd and six or eight passenger coaches. Loss flSGl. ellent FKOM LIMA, New York, Get. Lima letter for VAtijeL JOHNSON. tbr Register For CYRUS BLISS. for Clerk of Circuit A WJIALDWJjf. For district Attorney-, H A far Cle SO LOCKE- for FISHER Second jr MAXSON. third A DK LM ON S I IKRM 4 N Fom-tli Li PARKBS. J-W Ji TU01ISOW. rjsoji.s- First 3 R WUITNliV Sf.md U Sl'EBBINs' p CAUy 3. UOLMK8 THE officials of New York aro ferreting ut the naturalization frauds. A man has boon arrested who confesses' to making and selling fiyo hundred fraudulent natur- alization papers. Savings Banks. Several propositions are to be submitted to a voto of tho pooplo of the State on Tuesday nest, and if p, majority of the votes cast oro in favor of them thoy will be carried. The first proposition, as announced in the General Election Notice is as follows "For Amendment to the Banking or Against Amendment to tha Thanking This amendment ig found in Chapter 28, of tho General Livra of 1868, and provides for tho abolition of the office of Bank Comptroller and transfer his du. ties to tho Siafo Treasurer. If tho propo- sition receives a raojority of tho votes cast, tho cffico of Baak Comptroller becomes abwhhod oa tho Ural Monday in January, TEERE ore tremendous fires on tho prairiea in central Iowa. Oa Monday they wore a till raging, and had reached Jasper county, doing immense damage, destroying barne, grata, stock, etc. IT was erroneously stated, yesterday, in tho GAZETTE, that there was a reported deficiency in tho Post Offico Department of It should have been All will admit that !ho latter urn is largo enough. THE New York Sun, a papsr iadepcnd. ent of patty, reviews Blair's Brodhead letter, and. says that it makes a propoei. tion to commit treason, and any person aiding him to forcibly carry out.his polioy would be liable to be tried, convicted nnd hanged for treason. any other candidate yet nominated'. He nati90n avenue with- contents. Tho oar 3 an able nnd judicious legislator, ond ex oonaisted Of two drawing room cent upon political afiairs, is a clever gen- Cir9' _amilil_car. one or two csrs leman and carries a lovel head. lion, ii II. Johnson was nominated on tlonday by tho Republicans of the 7Jh Fard ia a candidate for tho i Assembly. Ho served during the 'session and is "spoken of aa a man of ex-1 8tates tnat tna Attorney General publisbed ability. The Milwaukee pipers in relation to a claim of a ordially endorse his nomination. French resident in Lima who lost Hs prop- lion. George B. Smith is the Democrat. orty molD riots in to the ic candidate for tha Assembly from tho feot tllat folBiSn citizens can only recover oity of Madison. i Col. J. E.G. Baxter tho Republican nominee for tho Assembly in Jsckeon county was Surgeon of Hamilton's Brig- ado, under Banks. Tho Banntf says': lie is n ready talker, an inflinohing Re. publican and one of our best citizens! Tho Shoboygan Falls Herald says that I and influential Democrats by process of law in the same manner as Peruvians themselves. General Ilovey, American Minister, immediately entered a protest againbt this opinioa and hia example has been follow- ed by English, French reaentatives. and Prussian rep- Grant quietly emokeo hia cigar, and Wives the stump for Seymour and Blair. (Va-) com ipondent writes I that tha assurance of Grant's eleotion has had a very happy effect m Virginia, and there is u marked improvement in the Confederate population. Thay are begin- ning to treat Northern residents and Southern that "ourpot baggers" and scallawags differently from what thoy havo been accustomed to do of late and already there aro .signs of tho coming of that peace of which General Grant is tho representative. The Confederate Democracy of Virginia are even getting ready to extend a warm welcome to the now President. James T. Brady, Esq., in his examina- tion of Rosenburg, tho naturalization swindler, said I know a gentleman of the Democrat )arty who holds five offices and does not work in any of them." Tbat is the way the Democratic loaders save tho people's money. Wo will bet .hat this office-holder is shouting for econ- omy, and against the profligacy of the Re- publican party with all his might and main. Tho Louisiana Tigers weio a famous 'egiraent in tho johel army from first Bull Run until annihilated in a desperate ER03ENE kcry It IB pOHiblo to got They Rlvo a largo or can lo turned sons to havo lamn, without smoke. Thnydo not break worsttnlnK about ihem for doaltrs.) Tqcy nro cheap, nad fit all "ID ordinary sir.sH la-npn. Call and BOO Ihtm nl WEDLOCK'S, MnioEt. HEAT IN THE FURNITURE TRADE. HOSKIJTS CHENEY" Ko. 98 MA1W STREET, FROJUKBVABK. CthoTvillago during the IB.t wc-k I a Deiac- eclarcd for Grant and GoL7m0t0rChllghfc Ia8t nifih m, T i T> was passing Qo7. Ward's house, his I struck with a club and senou, V P M y McCabo Pre8ldent, and Mar' ousels and and the houses of I The St. Louis Democrat says that Diffonbaeher, a moulder, has been driven out of tho foundry of Buck Wright, in that oity, where ho worked, by his follow workmen, because ho went bo- foro the Board ot Registry aud tcatilied to disioyal acts of ono of tho number. tin Guvin corroapoudiag secrotary, J i puioiiiiciiu j-vDuujjiiUttiio war Democrahc in Ozaukee wilh gl.0fln8. Post Saloon near was ransacked and 1870. Tho yoto must bo b- separate ual. lota, and tho ballots must bo deposited in a separate box, acoording to tho epcsiCoa- tions of tho law. The nooessity of the S'moa the ostab- lishmor.t of tUo Niitiont..! Banklng syjtem and tho consequent withdrawal   eral election notice, as follows For tho act to incorporate tho Nation- al Savings Bank of or "Against the apt to incorporate tho Na- tional Savings Bank of agree- ably to tho provisions of chapter 510 of tho nrivato and local of 18CS "For tho act to incorporate tho Rook County Savings or ngainst tho pot to incorporato tbo Kock County Sav- ings agreeably to tho provisions of chapter 511 of tho laws of 1808 privito nnd local The chapters to arc laws inoor- porating tho" National Savings Bank of Janosvillo and tho Jlock County Sav- ings oaoh with a capital stock of in shares of oacb, and the capital may bo increased to Tho ohartera provide that the inoorporatore may organize, open books of subscription' oleot offiaors, possess roal estate and other property, and carry on tho business of a savings bank. It also provides that the bill shall bo submitted to the people ot this oleotion, and if a nuyority of votes oast aro in favor of it, it shall become a law. Tho other propositions aro charters of savings banks of a similar nature in Mil- waukee, Green Bay, Whitewater, Bosco- bol, Hudson, VViitertovrn and Osh kosh. Eash of thoso charters oontain.-j tho garna provision for submitting it to tho popular voto. Each ot thoso ten propositiuus respecting tho charter of savings banks must bo voted for on a separate ballot, and tho first, abolish. ing tho office of Bank Comptroller, by a separate bnlloi deposited in u separate box. REIGN CP TERROS IN NEW Our despatches, to-day indicate a terri- ble stato of things in Now Orleans, Wo should not be surprised to hear of a gcner al slaughter of Union men in that city, black and white. Gen. Koussoau appenra to bo on tho side of the rofaelu. God pro- tect cur friends there. They cannot bo roaohad with present aid, but wo can re- member them at tho polls on Tuesday. IT bo neon that Doolittlo has "been quoting Gen. Tarboll's letter nn been written ia 1SC7, instead of IS GO, as it roally was. Is it probabie ihat Doo- littlo wes mistaken in the date, with tho letter before him, and being in tha con- stant habit of referring to it It is more likely that ho purposely advanced the date on a pretense of tho having late tes. timony to prop up his foiling cause. Seo Gen. Tarbell's letter. asaembly.Job Haekel. Mr. Jauioo a well known Demo, crat, formerly ofBaloit, and a graduate" of Beloit College, now an attorney at law al'Fond du Lac, repudiated Sey- raour and Blair, and ia stumping Fond da Lao county for Grant and Colfaz. gjThe Claire Press has a long account of tho raaas meeting at that rlaco> addressed by 0. n. Waldo and.H. w] Bar. nee. Tho procession, it sajs, was the largest and iineet over eeon in that city. "TFiieat has fallen off ona-third since harvest. Everybody in favor of Grant and a decline in real estate say Times. Corn declined three pence and t quar- ter ir. 'Liverpool, all owin" to Gen. Grant Wheat was also lower in Liverpool tcrday. Thia was cauand by "swinging round tho circle Journal. Seymoar some pmninent Republicans were saluted Market robbed o1 cigars and refreshments. Mrs. Burns' saloon, on Market St., ivas als; stripped of its contents which was carried off by a party of roughs from Jersey City. FBOM SPRINGFIELD. Mass., October meeting of the American Missionary As. sociution was continued all day, closing at 0 o'clock thin evening, General Howard, Col. Baker, of Georgia, Dr. Wallace, of Manchester, and many others havo spoken with effect, Tho array of facts presented show that a new civiilzition had begun iu existence at tho South. The associa tion has had children in its school' and arc in other Christian schools. Tho association must have the corning year. charge on tho Union lines at Gettysburg, In a work by a member of that organiza- tion, who was wounded and captured in that charge, tho incitements to Lee's wild advance into Pennsylvania are thus sot forth "Our officers had beon assured that tho JVorthern party opposed to the war would rally such force against the draft in New iork, Philadelphia and Baltimore aa to cause a serious diversion in our favor, anc crown with sucoeea our glorious cause. _ It was currently reported and fully bfl- iievod through all the army of General Loo, that Mr. Vallandigham and other leading Democrats of Ohio, New York and Pennsylvania, had arranged a plan by which risings and meetings should bo in- augurated on tho 4th of July ia all the great Northern cities. The schemo failed, except in New York, and there it eamo so late as to be of no avail in our behalf at the Gettysburg battle." There are men who will only believe this oft repeated statement on rebel au- tfaority, and hero it is. Froi.riotors cf tho opposition Furniture Store, woiil. return thPirblncoro thanke to tho cltlzena of Jonojvlllo ond for tlie'ir lllioral patronazo In tostatainc In keep- ing an opposition utoto, whereby they could boy ntfftlrprlcea. And wo would nnnonnco to tho public tbot wo are now receiving our fall Htoclc of P A R L O R DIKING ROOM KITCHEN FURNITURE which for style and fluluh will compare with nny nlcck In tho northwest. Onr stock of Coffins a Bid DIED lafnlton.Oct. 27tb, Mlas MART JAMESON, aged complete. ID conclusion wo would tint wo iavo na good an assortment of FURNITURE, MA.TTJBA.SSES TUB Now Orleans Cresent says in 1300 tho taxable property in tho Stato of Louis, iana was estimated to be worth 5CS. Ia 1806, it would only havo brought In 18CO tho aggregate wealth of the States of Arkansas, Louis- iana, North Carolina, South Carolina Texas and Virginia was In I860 it amounted to or a littlo less than one-third of what it -was six years before. Verily, tho tvny of tho transgressor is hard." THE Ku KLUX DEMOCRACY-. Tho city of Elgin, forty miles west of Chicago, wafl the seano of a riot, outrage and terrorism Wednesdas night, being the tailing off" of a Democratic mass meeting that was held there tho day before. Tho chief actors in tbo affair were roughs from Chicago, a considerable delegation of wont out to participate in the meet ing. They sacked stores, restaurants nnd private residences, reaming through tho street, committing outrages in utter defi- ance of the officers of tho Jaw. They fjught themselves on tha oars all the way baok to Chicago. Wliy Veto ivltU the Democratic Party The perpotual objection of tko Demo- crats to anything done or proposed to be done for tho good of tho country is it is unconstitutional." I; was al to coerce n State, end upon this ground Buchanan aid nothing to stop tho rebel. lion. AU military moans takon for thii purpose by Mr. Lincoln wore doolared un- constitutional. So of tho reconstruction acts and every other polioy not suggested by them. Thoy aro opposed to all 'tariffs to protect our infant manufactures, to the slightest improvement of our great rivers or our harbors, to aiding companies to con. struot.the Paoifio railroad, or any other road, in the now and unsettled parts of our country everything is unconstitution- al but slavery, and the measures necessa- ry for its protection. Why should any reasonable man vote with such a party? It can do nothing for tho country, Njrth or South we nocd two moro'railroads tj tho ouo north aud tho other our groat livers should ba a canal mado around Niagara Falla fur ships-our Mia. i other mera mado that transpop tauon may bo tbo aid of tho government should be givotx to theao pro- jects m a liberal but judioiom But tho DomDoratio patty will no Gen. Tarbell's Loiter. Wo publish an interesting letter, writ- ton by Con. Tarboll, of Hillsborougb, Miss., to Senator Doolittlo. Read it, We copy it from tho Milwaukee Sentinel, Eaya In 1800, when DooJittlo was getting up his groat popular reaction against froo> dom and equal rights, ho in tho hab- it of reading to his audience a letter from Gen. 'JL'arboll tor tha purpose of proving that tho Southern rebels ha-i ropcntcd of their crime against the Constitution and tho Union, and becomo peaceable, loval and law-abiding citizens. This Gan. Taj- boll, according to the "earnest man's" ac- count, was not a, politician. lie entered the army aa a patriot, and won his star by gallantry in tho Cold. Wo presume this to be a fact, and -wo readily grant that it adds much to tho value of hia ten- timony. Dolittlo thought so, and regar- ded his letter ae a prize, fsr it presented a rose colored view of the Southern sitra- tion and conveyed tho impression that there were no moro patriotic and gontlo people in tho country than tho "lato" reb- ole. SENATOR WADE, in his speech at a Rs" pubiioan mass meeting in Hudson, Miohi on Tuesday last, said "If a mail wishes to turn his attention to Seymour, after looking at that great man, Grant, a spy glass of ono thousand magnifying power is needed." In Now Orleans, too, there wera tl-o "Seymour Guides" and tho "Slair Guards." But tho Southern fashions of of pronouncing tho latter titlo hastily, gave it an unpleasant sugKestivecoss, and now there aro the "Blair Guides" and tho Seymour Somo one calculates that tho expense of flags, banners, fireworks and other "no- oesBitioa" of tho campaign, if aggregated, would moro than pay off the national debt. A bankrupt country oould not stand such a drain on its resources as this voluntary expenditure iooludes, TFe consider tho election of Grant to bo (Va.) Index. Tho Union Sentinel of Trenton figures up a Republican majority of 1100 for Grant in New Jersey. Federal troops at Georgia7tbe Sun speaks of them as thj enemy. Hoo. Robert Walker ia said to bo one of tho most active of tho agitators for tie withdrawal of Seymour and Blair. candidate for tho Democ- racy. Democracy tho candi date. Apply to A. BsJmont, Europe. What is tha difference between Sey- mour and Blair Ono is known by his horny and tho other by his hac- dy horn Chicago Post. The Boston Journal rdcornmonds tha' John Q. Adams bo mado an honory mem ber of the Republicp.n party, fur his lato speech in the South. Silas Way. Esq., ot Batavia, Dem- ocrat of thirty year's standing, has como lor Grant and Colfax. Gen. Garfield's majority ia tho Nin- teonth Congressional district of Ohio, is Ho is noiv stumping tho Stato of New York. Tho World says Horatio Seymour is 'the idol of tha Now York Democracy.' Well, let him remain idle. Ho beinp tho 'idol' may wo csk whether Frank Blair is the not Post. The Democratic committee don't liko the way in which the World turns around on its axis, particnlarly as it don't grind tho committee's axoa very well. A professional voter writes the Cincin- nati Commercial that ho voted six times for Strader and twice for Carey. A part- ner put votes. in about Jho same number of Frank Blair takes things coolly. To the Worlds request to him to decline, he responds, "I and to ita agonizing cry, ho Bays, 'I am Hartford Times, There aro a few things about which Johnson has made a bigger fool of him- self than on tho subject of hanging traitors and matins treason odicus. Ho has hung no traitor, and ho has mado himself odi- ous. New Ycrk ZPimes. American candidates are pre- ferred for th.0 Spanish monarchy. Tho JNew York San urgca Frank Blair's ral fitnesa.seeing that his tastes} cro rev- olutionary, and the New York divided between "Little Mack" Times is and An- drew J.ohns.on. G. F. Train ia entirely overlooked. Wo find tho following four liner going the rounds, credited to tho New York Ex- press (Dem.) Tho Wm-W its Democratic gales" EipanUa oach duy liko bluii'ors, WhlcU im otMtori hive changed 1'rom to adders. The Now York Tribune observes: "Gov. faeyraour'a fato -was sealed before, dut_now his sentence is pronounced. Andrew Johnson has como out for him. That Is enough to kill tho livest man in ?ho country, to say nothing of tais 'Utioa Body of Death." IN the village of Gibeon, Susquehanna county, Pa., there aro thirty-two young Dion who will reach their majority is timo to vote at tho Presidential election. A canvass of these youag men was mado a days since, wiih tho following rasult For Grant 30 for Seymuoro 2. Thogilrlthat jilted Indl- Anua. Admiral homo, is about coming Belmont is a ail to give tho beat dinners in Now York. A place in Ohio for Democrats to go to Joff. Davis will not bo tried in Novem- ber. His friends, Seymour and Blair, will. The New York papers assert that Gen- oral Rosenorans has only t. carnot bee with him. b 3 gentleman of Livermore, JMaine, has named a pair of twin sons Grant and Col- ax. FROM LOISIANA, New York, October loiter from Dcmnpolis, Lousiana says We were as- sailed while canvassing Chocktaw and Sumptcr counties, and driven out by arm- ed men. JTo were threatened with hang' ing ia Cuocktaw and at Gastoa. In Sump- tor tho carriage containing was fired ed guas and revolvers were used'. This occurred in tho day, time ia tho streets of tho town, wo saved our lives by fast driv- ing, The Republican canvassesa haye been similarly treated in other sections of tho State. Wo can have co fair election in many counties without tie presence of U. S, troops, GEO. L, HARRINGTON, Speaker of tho House. F. L. PiNNINGTOJf. Stato Sonato. AHD raoDuci PiiLsits, JiNEBVILLE, Octohor 27, 1863, at retail 3 p 100 to choioa milling spring' 1 shlpning gradoj BOOKWEEA! 100 Bs. rcqausl at per 00 Ibj. Rnogos at 1.50 according to ijual a'JCllod, 03 Now car 40345 72 Ita. OATS-Fulrly totlvo at 24g35, 1.50 ?1 owt. to p.-lmo white per bcslitl OLOTSft per 80 KB. PLAS 1.60O2.CO 3 00 Sa. FBOM GEORGiA, Augusta, Ga., Oct. tho Superior Court in this Siato on tho 27th, Ool. Ack. torman, of tho .Republican electors stated that ho desired a postponement of the oases in which he was interested, on ac' count of being unablo to stay at tho hotel, because largo numbers of citizens had protested to his landlord against receiving him as a he being politically ob. noxious. Toombs objected to the but Judge Andrews said bo deeply re- gretted tho things. It waa raorti' fying to learn that such a fooling existed in the non resident attorney must stay somawhsro in tha olaco. Ho would not require of Mr. Aofcerman an im- posaibilify and therefore granted tho ap- plication. npply Fresh ft doz LIVKSIOCK-CnttloporlOO Ibj 8038500 S.OOgO.OO. go at UBbt DHESSED Ktra hoaiy. Greon, dry, SHEBP PELTS-Rango from each. angM at off for nnwanliod. CI1ICAWO Omdiao, October I5f 0 Dull, Unchuagod. In at 115 No 2 Steady at 7D No 1 Bull, at FROM KEW ORLEASS. New Orleans, October night armed bands of democrats paraded the atroots and negroes wore shot down. The remaining Republican club rooms and so mo residences were sacked. Prominent rapublieauS were genorally concealed .hough a Urge number have been killed' lore and in Si. Barnard, where tho mob law has ruled, and not a United States soldier has lired a gun! This morning's newspapers demand the immediate ronig. nation of tho State officers, tho departure of carpet-baggers, and that tho lawa which do not suit them shall bo under fjot. GOT. W.armouth does his duty nobly amid dangers and difficulties. Thio afternoon Gen. Roasseau told ,he police board to remove Supt. William- son and appoint Gen. Sieadman or take caro of themselves. '.Thoy complied, and Gen. Stoadman is reorganizing the police MKW YOI4K. JttAHKKT. KEW TonK, October 33, 1868. Heavy, 'bnyiiM. 20 cxtJs CloaeJ at No 2 spring 60 good ao clrace No 1 spring. B Qiiot and heavy. Firm gloaily. Steady COIION-SloniJy 34% Xlllj-Wn.Vtf.KlC FEATHEES.SPSINQ BUDS, LOOKING GLASSES, LOOKING GLASS PLATES, ADLER CLOTHIERS AND OUTFITTERS "-J 32 MAIM STREET. Have been dally rewiring for the part throe very LARGE AND FASHIONABLE STOCK OP FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING! FOB ForMea's, Yontlis' nnd wtar, not ooi from one, but joToral ol the loading CUSTOM ClOTIMG HOUSES NEW YOBK CITY. fivery garment of which Ii tilolmed and manuluiurtd upon honor. Ourcuctomonand examliiallon, 100 ihut we, keop leu ihoddT goodi, and loll at LOWER Than any other CLOTHING- HOUSE In thin city. As our sloak and auortment ol clotting HATS AND CAPS ANDdENT'3 FURNISHING GOODS TRUNKS, VALISES, SATCHELS, bo fooni] in sroiicd CAll at l T yon HOSKINS CHENEY'S, And wo will soil you tlio Coodi clioapfr Ihnn any othor house ia ilio Citj. 3. p. HOsSINS, apr4dawly c. J. CEENKY. NEW FALL MB now much larger than oror before At thlf OD. Thoso in want ot goods In onr Hue, will do well to ns a call boJorolnreatiDga dollfttln any other iiihmcnt- IEWIN A1DIBE, Oroat Clothing Emporium, 32 Mnln FLOUE i'irmcr uud unchanged, No 2. Nominal at 47. 30, 1888, A.IVJKK.POOJL, MARKETS. LIVIRPOOI, Oitobor 30, 1SOS T APPIN'S HALL. OSEEIOIIC OXLT. FRIDAI, OCTOBER 30TSI, 1863, Ketnrn ol tbo fIVVOrlto Ben, Cotton Sam Sharpley's Under tbo poraonal tuporvigion of Bum A grent and humor'sts. Bntii-o now programmo by tbo Strra or Admlmlon so eta. KenorroJ toata It eta. Qallory TickotofBcoopfnfroml to K o'clock, without oxtrncbargo. 22ooWOt supercediag Tho ozoitoiaent is intense, but less de- monstrative this evening. General Rousseau 'issued _an address saying that he will support General Stoad- nian in preserving peaco. Gen. Bous" aeau's course favors tho revolutionists. ;Ncw Orleans, October 3n. Steadman withdrew his resignation and ia now in charge of tho polioe. An intense excitement prevails at the City Hall, and foara are expressed that trouble may come of tho failure of the rebel Tom Adama to get the position which he covets. MR. HORATIO SEYJIORE haa finally aban. done! his hia pleasant head- quarters at Butteifield's and the twenty-seven different positions in which he has been photographed by a distin- guished photographist, and made a York DELICACIES LUXURIES AND SUBSTANTIALS 4T DBNMIBTON'B, 61 Wtst Milwaukee Slreot DIARIES FOR 1809. Also a iio BOOKS ASC Toscthor with a iplcndid aaiO; tmont of WHITING DESKS, ALBUJJJslc, Jmt received nnJ (or cheap at 28octctf BPTHBELANE'S. Ladies' Black and White almoral Skirts reduced to at McKey Bro's, Wo nra uow rociilving an olognnt omortracut of all tin STYLES OF PLAIN AND EANCT CLOTHS AND COATINGS, I'ojusies, Tricots aad Beavers Scotch SilU aud Vcstings VERY BEST STOCK Ot' MERCHANT TAILORING GOODS cvor shown tliis cil.y. Our CUSTOM DEPARTMENT now in chargo of Jlr. Ohnrloi of Non York, u gentleman, ofoxcelJdzittftBte, and largo expcri- cncoa3 ft our.ooBtotnors can dopuutl tftvinfi; thoir g.irmoDtJcjniidb to order lii iho vory ontcrn etyle, pricca. ECULJN t FOOIE. JIjtLLINEKY, ILLI PRICES TO SUIT CUSTOMERS Boom, in fenaotf. Block- Slain Street. QIC-THING 1 CLOTHINa! CLOTHING! HATS AND CAPS, IIATSAND IUTS AND CAPS, FCKNISUINQ GOODS, QEST'S raENIBHlSe GOODS, GENT'S FUHNZSZHNG GOODS, GENT'S .FDBNZflmtfO QOODS H, SONNEBORN GO'S 38 MAIN STREET. Wo.nro nsw ready for the FALL AND WINTER e aro offurlne for lalo the tmt, chnpul MEN AND BOY'S CLOTHING I And ovorjtblng connected with a Uui'l wtld- robo on exhibition la Janeirille, at PRXCESLOWEtt, than auy Lome can, or will floll of tlio lakes. William with tho luto MOSM Uarjh, Esq., of tbo Yoapj a HOUSE ID connection with Mr. TL Sonnebom, of wboro ho wll Ibo pleased to BOO all hli old frlendi tnd cnttomen, au4 aa maay otherB u would him Wo aro ablo to erory lei'wt 15 per cout on tho prico ot oar gcadi, which inzn iv tko profl L manufdcturora muit thorefgro -wo can onJ do defy ALL COMPETITION. look to your own Intormt andcill at tlib popnlu: CLOTHING HOUSE 1'OUR FALL AND WINTBH uppllia. Eomomljor wnrrimt every garment ell. Rcmembiicwu keep nothing but No. 1 Clothing made Ia lialtimoro, which Is the bait market lor clptbing In tha United States. Wo treat otery ona vrithreniieot. We ahow oar goodi freo ofcliarfo or comolalnt. Our motto Is, Quick -and imall profits. Rrmcrnber the place and No.. H. SOSNEBOBiTACO, an B'iW wtuwly 38 Main Jtvnoivlllc. WU. TA. DENNISTON, AT MILWAUKEE STREET, IB now ouo of mcntof t aaiort' Panoy Groceries andCanner! Fruits. Eror broujhttoto tho clly. 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