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Cincinnati Daily Columbian (Newspaper) - November 10, 1854, Cincinnati, Ohio r r-A NEWS AND BUSINESS PAPER. INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS VOL II. NO. 43.CINCINNATI, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1854. TWELVE CENTS A WEEK pailij SfllumMan. poBLiamn «rniT vorhiwo. At Mm OMiuMktea WwMh». TAM Hu. bat. Walaut ALBEmr t; ‘jSTraTiwSON, Prop’r. WILLIAM B. tHATTUCK. EDITOR. |i¿in¿«e« uSai nw b* batm mr* •’«ck to Mormia*. tacladroc tb« au« earvTal *a4 ytt^ttiborti «r «b*    iMxbato    ot mw •wm n—frjF Mii KariM. *bA carrwaoodeaM froai all pa<tt of tha warM. le Tlea«ee»*«er»eiaee»dlBdwrp, «'•«Vieewwod *• aa atadWjgbltoatli. mUl d««ata «pocW ■waaltaa U» iba vsT'blSSiEÁ'K'iin arwsb-’tf’.::^- lwib*«blH1%MHh*tMi»». and «ni raari! a Urca partiaa «T Cbte.fbdiMisaaA Seataeb^w^üw wiaa éac. TBBlf^ W EftJB^RIlhnÓN. ■ty MaU, tavarU^lp la ada. by Oar Oarrlar. . •« « .^« 11 ..........i    DO lai WBBKLY PAPER. 45btwHe» aad tíccat Waa*. aaab%,«riba laayn iUm. adbad aad arraac- Ny Jbr iba aaáatry airea la riaa. 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MM. _   ^ ^    febTIOT^MTOBAAEm,    Xayaa. aarraayyMtíaíwcZiaa. aadbi ^HRlU laaayytifaMcaaa. aadbi IMBbjbb#«aVbbJaabi Obli b.b.—Tbaaadat-l areearb* sareasb nartfti br Flaar. Vaaaa. Patb. ata., a. Vaw bbU rblB f ii»b« aad BalUauta, ai £ ■dOOVAV A VAATH, daWanyaftbiaiatataaeb abarfaa abali ba iiflcaiiM br baCUa Oaatpaay, ar dattr-a rad t^ba yatd af iba Üaa Waba; iba aaal ta baaaaaaarad by jAWdH.aAUwrm..^ - fmtmrn aad lUtb breets, , OaU bb, atlT a*alM^ T tHB alaaaa aafca aawOda m. A BAOUVi rUaalyaL ■ Bdbty.—Taá tba Oartaciaa aad Laxlactaa Aa A^cS3¡:u;¿a»e£r * iOBVBTOB d OQl.WwSmÁm^ JEld£K^« riODSHAirfl WATCHES. _W*WreepbFBbn»,eewOtBiHaBtara. Tbaaaba W —y..*?*»*"! y aaj y^at tiWfcaaeerw aaw a riaaM aall aad raad tba aarttBMtia araw attbaaa wba BBoofldsvrr^ *«« AyairM lar tba WaaL bar* L JD PME N S ! flhBppBrd’sColobrmtbd Oold Pena •^taa aad _ aaelg-lw HAT* O» HARR a1 aaat af aarardMaaa.p,4t BVQOd d wvrrw. "^¡raaari ilVs* wj[kA--w* bbtb adaaani aaaiM íKIte fíailg ©fllumíitatt. PHIDAV MOtUTINU..............MOV.tO,    1HB4 OPKICIAL PAPER OP THE CITY. LOCAL NEWS. AbSBitT.—His Honor, MTsyor Snelbdker, has been •bdeot from tbe city for sereral days, but is expected baek torday. Staavoa—It is a corioas Ctct, iB Bataral history, that Mashroobs ob *Bo*iog In grsat nambera in the yard of ManchestsPs iats resideQoe, while none oaa b* foaad lb any at tbe adjacent IoIa ScntOAT.—A man named Stephen Kraoti was yes* terday ftued $10 for selling Hqnor on Buoday, and aN lowing card-playiBg ia bis housA Theodore Hennia and W. A. Jordan, who bad been playing in Kraatx* boeae ea tbe day referred to, were fined $6 each. Tomro.—Ofioer OBrr, on last Wednesday night, .found a goM seal worth eight-or ten dollars in Third street, and R cao be neoreied by tbe owner by ap-plyiog at the Ninth atieet Watoh Hoase, and paying for this DOtiOA CaAMe A—Tbe Eietrenth Ward Election PoQe ^ye been dbangcd from the Dan Horse Tarem altbé head of Main street, to the ttbhavk Engine House, at the jaocUon of Tine street and tbe Hamilton Soad. ArponiTVBMT.—We are pleased to learn that the gentlemanly police officer, Benjamin P. Cnarvhill» baa been appoioted a Deputy Gnited States Marsiial He will donbt lesa pecforia his duties promptly and Ikithfrdly. PaoFSBA—^Th«e are a number of paupen la oar Oi^ InflnoBry who lightfrtlly bekmg to Hew Tork, •s tbe C «mWoBMa of BsAlgraUoe of that city have taken tbe oommntaUon money from them, and hare MneeMiipped them Westward, to become a harden « etber oomaMnitiaA TBdaA.-.The new steam Ore engine “A. B. Latta'* will be taken out for trial at tbe comee of Sixth and Tine" streets, between the boe)M <ft Bi^ tsn o’cfoek thfii morning. As then M mooh interest msAifested by fiivmoB and otberTln thd hmUt, we antielpAta Alacge crowd. . Pjbotbbt.—Ten highly respeotAble oitinens and property haHmi.lB the TietBity of PhnnandMgbth rtrerte, IrtI at the lisyor*s office, yerterdey, a pro. teat    the    exhibition of Bobieeon end Sldred*B Meaagerlt snd Hippodrone, on the oity lot. These geatiemsH ooeM Hot here rtsitod tbe show, m Blithe Ihi wbohare done so se«n highly plsnmd. Habd Wobz.—Owing to antidpatioBs of some anddeo eeHtomk, aadevirtito perfivm CsithftiUy ft^e* daties to tbe oHy, maay ef oar poUee offloere wetB OH. doty in Third street aad sleswbers, oa Weiaaadhj, Wednesday night and Tbonday, for tBum cxtoading fram twestyodbar to forty boarA Gertaialy Moh pwdanged pobtto aerrioe deeerrss a Hberal rennppeeae-. ._. PBoraaamt FaaaxsnA—By aaffiasnee to our ad-▼«liaiBg ooleiBM, it VUl be eeaa IMt Pert. Bro> Miher    his    first    Shak^mersem    BBd    Dnmatts Mafr itgfiemi lit, at the Mefodecm Hall, on Kood^ ereBigg. Prof. F. eemss amoag us eodocsed by the epproraLef disUngtdahed EsstecB «sMea, and wil dbobtlasB ambehle vmrk. Thos»whe attend may w aUA intsllsnteal toaL Fibb Bbu..—Tbe Meneely fire alasm befi that baa baaa toraoiasttmeoBtheMeehaBkB’ InatJtato tow-M, after Uffig IhSy tded nod fmmd wanting yjsterdsy taksn down, and one made in'onr own dty eleratcd in Ms place. The shape ef the new bell M not attogetlw appmred aa beet frtyoring eonoroasoees hot tttsBsaohharderandgiTaa arteerar tone than the old bdl, and wiT! be, it is snppeeed, heard a %w blocks dtstent at ^Boraa, Bakhs dt GoJa Svwma MAonvas^We paddaeiait yartsrd^ te tha rooaasof the agent for Ahaec oeMhnited am<^ineA and throagb hia kled atteVtfoa their mede of operating waa explatned to BA The work done hytbeaemaghiBaa wtflrtawith t^Hs of any ether mekar for aeatneaa of execatloa daraSQRy of the stitdh. Theee ef oer eitlxens who hare not ahaady done ae ahoald aaU oa Mr. atOMa. Hh rooam are at 123 Main-sL titX» a.MlA iias.tfliic •rcMi #ATuUgí^W|¡ HA VA sod SUaw Witirhiaiwshae—- BKOdi a KNJTH. EBCSTKO A LOT OF AL-CTBoaaaMiTg. Q.Oj^„/di    á¿CMlTHt    1 »Hi af OaU #aO aiaS OmtS < BBHOaABHmL _    alght    before . by the Maiahai. oa a charge of stealing ^old g*t<A fVom Mr. Benaett. one or the editors w fba Ulgrinnatl laqolasr. lie waa iodged in Jsil. sobiect fo%he order of tbe Ctachmati officers for remoral to that elty.--Gle«alaad Leadar. Let ttiafefiow who would steal from an editor,and an clarar a oaa, too, aa Qeotge Bennett, he broogbt hack and seierely pnalshsd. %>eakinc of dsrer ed« Ron,w«iagiette lean that twa warthy kwab are fieposlfapi to eoQstderahle amoonte in banks that hare joat Hmpendrd opcratkma. Tbiak of that, Msa> tarBaook. Local adhors ownteg baak stock I What TnABA->Pidfou ever know aa amiatant editor maatlDB tha priaeipal oibarwiaa than ** our worthy k)c7” Did yaa aeor hear tha asaiatant editor appken of otherwiea than aa ** oar talaated aaaiot-aatF’ Did you ever know a reportar who waa not igaatod SB “our indetetigahle reporter?'’ Did you orar bear a local mentlooed otharwlae than oariafiaatrtouB leeal editor,” or '*eer ezeffileirt lo’ aL” la addition to these titular diatinotioos, tiieia aiB oartaia wall meognlaed aide digrsii m, ”our e eootribotor,” **oor nharmiag poetsos,”. aad •*oer friMtd” which are need la aU aewspaper «dab- Txa MoMarAwBxoiTBHBMT.—Theia was leas exi-ritaa—t ia Ihiid straft yaateaday thaa on Wadnaw day. Tha same ecqpfl of aaxioas fbcas tfarongad about thedoonoftba Banks, bat ear KoGoaa of the phil-anthmpbta who telkad toadeet (m the day beive, had tea cffrot of chmking tbe iamentetlooa ef those who bad BQltiiap at stake. A yenag gastleman paaaed thxoogh Third straat, ia tha aAaracffii, defanding the flitanoiol lepatatioo af iefaa B. Dyn He did act know Mr. Dye’s where-batdeelaaad ha woald tora ap abortly. River Ifewa* A rise of three or four inches, daring tbe last 24 boars, has kept alive the hopes of onr river men. Tbe well known and popular steamer Eclipse, ia tbe regular mail boat for Loaisrille (bis morning. Tbe Altamoat, will leave for New Orleans this morning, and tbe Une steamer Atlanta, for tbe same port this afteraoon. Tbe Emma Dean, ia mnning dally to Lawrence-burgh, and tbe Forester to New Richmond. Police Conrt. Tbcrsdat Uobnikq, Nov. 9th. Anderson Sharp, disorderly conduct in company with Emma Medad, S3 and costs each. John Craig, chained with grand larceny in stealing a gold watch worth 140, and a silver one .worth $22, from Gottlelb Beekle. Craig gave his name at Mr. Smith’s boarding hoase as Rick, and is there snpposed to have stole the watches and pawned them. He afterwards told bis landlord he was going to Kentacky, and imra^iately started to the L. M. and A X. Railroad depot for Oolambos. He was held over oatU tbe October term of the Criminal Oourt. ia tbe auia of $1JKX) bondA Andrew Anger, selling potatoes in a measure made smaller than the standard measure by about 1>2 peck on every halt bushel, fined $5 and coeta. ** Served him rignL” 6. Plank, fast and reckleea driving with a baker’s wage*! OH MHlStreei Bridge, <^ieoese wea oontin-ned from Monday) fined $2 and costa. James Todd A Co., obsirtetlng street, had their case oontinned. f coianTNiesTBD. ] Mb. Editor: It will gratify the pabilo to leam that Mr. P. Myers and bis associates, ate once more oonvalesoent. The boaRavnspended bcudoess temporarily. bat as tbe police have no ol^tkms, H will probably resume in a few dfrys.    Tbbitaa Í IBX , {covaonncaTaD ] Ma. ^iToa:—Please inform yoor readers that by eztraorolnary seal and kidnstry in setting on oor-nesB, the manBsi inapecton of Sixth street and Court rtreet murkeis, have done up all tha business, and there are no longer any casM of foreetaltng or sidewalk obatrnotiooa or other offenses, that need at-tootfon. Bo faithfal are one or two of theee ofleem that when they sit down it is doubtfol whether they ever would get op again if they Imd not to eat and drink, especially the latter. Yoars,    A Crrnaii. ▲ananc.—fioiBa amatenr artists oa Ipat WeaaEBe *ag|n%ht, fafatofi, ki fiiRBkle tar colosa, the whole freat of aa laibneaa estakftibment kept by one Bm-eelBr. Aa the police have not haretofera known whgrethis den waa located, thie marking will so diatkngaiah it that oar officers cen do their doty if they wiah. Jgat ■> lODg ae each houses are protected qiatraaiacd by eur policemen, we may expect crime to have a finn foeMwM ia tbe city. There are aaid to be eigbM eM*fc* wbo are in tbe habit of visit» ing Fmma Whesler’AAad as two-thirds of these may iMfmMy set dowa as stssliag $350a year eaah,froaa tliafr empkven, ma have a grand total of over ten thoasaad doOan a year atolen from our merchante to ■opport the proatitutes at one houaa of ill fame and thafcflowwkopaotoettiieau_ Daaaavui. Acdaairr.—About 6 o’clock Wedncaday •vaafiBg, a patnfbl aocMknt occorrad on Race street, near Caanarca. rani ting la tba death af a agrighlly aafi tatafUBflag lafi,abont U years of age, aoaef Mr. Jacob Faivtag, a welt known dtiasH. Tha lad was ematogtbaaMeet whea he waa kaockad dowa by a boaaa altachad to a heavy loaded dray, aad one of tha wlmste of tbe veliiele paamd leatirely over hla frooathe laft hip totba right ahooldar. He to baffiy etuahed that be filed wttbla a frr mlB-Thase wbe wttawaaad tbe annlfia^ blaasa tbe ra. Itiaaaidbe oeolfihare aavafithabey hakadaoefaaeen,ead tfaia opinkm Meoofimad by blB nenfirmeil by hie ooodoet immediately aliar. Ia-rt^ of rtopplac to reader eealatance to the lad. he wp bti bcraa aad dreea off aa H^atiUy as tha arnitmaaat ba mm aUowad to so- FaaainlHe Privileges. The followii^ illustrative incident ia given in the Dayton Gaaette, it happened aboard the can between thie city and Glnoinpati. The dpareasoT was a well-dreaaed aad vei^ respect-Able-lookiog woman. The oppreseed was a Bailraafi Ooodackw. As ba passed through tbe eara, taking op tickets and receiving fare, there was fometUnffeq obliging In hia manner that tbe poaaeogers seemed to take pleasure in paying—all the paeeongera, we mean, bat one.— When be came to the weU dreaeed, respectable-looking woman, she handed him a small note oi “fofreign currency,” which he very p<fiitely returned to ber« at the same time informing her that he could take no bills of a lem dee nomination than ten dollars, exoapt of Ohio faankA She replied that tSxe had Ohio money, but that she didn’t choose to part with it to please Um|be most take Kich as was offered or go without any. He attempted to explain to hmr why he could not take the money offered: that to receive it was illegal, and would render tbe Company lisbla to a forfeiture of its charter. The ex> glanotion, however, only rendered her more lexorable than before, acid orgamsing herself into an indignation meeting, settled down Into her aeat onanimoasly, looking aa if it would greatly oblige her If some gentleman wonld ootae^near enongh to get his Imad bit off There ahfr waa—no tyrant on hfs throne ao abaolute, nor half so sure of impunity. What conld tha Gonduetor do f A man so acting would have been put off in the woods, or if not put off, his baggage would have been held until his face was paid. But to pat a woman off, or detain Imu* baggage—it was not to be thought of; and to, intrenched behind the privileges of calico, this individaol was able to play at once tbe tyrant and the swindler, enacting a scene ut-tffily diegroeeful to her aez, but unfortanately above the reach of all punishiBent oave the contempt to which aba seemed indiffarenL We were Informed by the Condubtor that snch ooenrrencea are by no means nnfrequent. 1^7 only prove that Nature ia foUible—oooa-tii^sllv seeing individuáis into the world with a misdirtcUoa as to the kind of clothes they onght to wear. Bobbery Nenr Piqaa. A correspondent at Piqua writes us that Mr. Adams, a WMilthy old geatleman living about three miles (rom that place, was robbed on Saturday night last Between 10 and 11 o’clock, two men called at the house and rapped at the door directly under his bedroom window, stating, when he answered their rsp, that they had a very sick horse, and desired him to come dowa and aee it, knowing him to be sklllful in sueh caseA He replied that he o ould not come dowA They tiien asked for bay to feed their horse, and for something to eat themselves — He told them he had no provender, either “for mam or beast,” and that as be was getting cold, he wonld go back to bed. He was not in bed more than five minutes, wbenthe robbers broke open tbe door and ran np to his room, one of them drawing a pistol and commanding him to Bffike no BOiae on pain of instant death. While this was going on, the sister of Mr. Adams, on olfi maiden lady, came to her brother’s assistance ; but she no sooner entered the room than the robbers knocked her dowh with fftmt violence, and branditiiing a large dirk knub, threatened to “ out her d—4 throat if she offered to move.” They then demanded the'kajs of the cheet, which were at once given np by Mr. Adama The money in the chest amounted to between two and three hundred doUara This the robbers possessed themselves of, after which, before leaving the premisra, they went down stairs into tbe kitchen and partook of a kasty sapper. DOMESTIC CORRESPONDENCE. Front Wilmington. ICoBKCsroifDAiica or tub Cihoivnati IHilt Oolowias.] WiLMTKOTON, O., Nov. 8, 1864. Wilmington, tbe county seat of Olinton county, is pleasantly located in the midst of a very beautiful and productive oonntry. It is aa old town, containing about two thooaand inhabitants, a large portion of whom are wealthy and reflned citizens, the descendants of the early pioneers of tbe Ohio Yalliea Previous to the inanguration of the railroad age, it hod attained maturity, and apparently had seitiad down into the sedate and sober staadiness that usually characterises localities deprived of the advantage of accommodating commercial channels. The locomotive spirit, however, floall^ took possession of an energetic people, and Wilmington now enjoys a state oi javeuesoenoe that is indicative of growing prosperity. Being the center of a very productive oonntry, it Is naturally an Important business artery, and tbe iron channel of commerce diffusing Its advMi-tages, tbe town bends forward to secure the rewards of thrifty industry, and prograsoive enterprise. Neat and nnostentatious bouses of worship are conveniently distributed, indiosting by their number tbe devotienal character of the people. The public school-house is a large plain brick building, occnpylng a prominent position in the heart of the town. A brief sojourn—entirely too limited to comport with my desires—has impressed me most favorably with WUmingtoa and the surrounding country. The land is rolling, as fertile as it is beautiful. It is pleasantly diversi-fled with rich fields and magnificent forests, and the g^tie bills that roll off so gracefully into the productive valleys, are dotted wim restdenoea that vie with tlM elegance of Clif-toA The finest stock in the State is to be found in this county, the greatest amount of care and attention being bestowed upon that essentij^ ilepm'tmmit of agricalturol indartry. It will be remembered by reodeiA that Glinton hot always been among the first In stock exhibitions at State Fairs, aad Uia» hsr sword of premiunu lor “ Short Hornes ” and iheep have ontnnubersd all oompetitioa. But tbe mind and heart discover xnora far their satisfaction in tbe contemplation of the intelliganee, morality, and boepitali^ of the inhabitants, than in oonsideraiion of fine old forests or eultivated fieldA True, tba anltiea are preserved throughout; but it is not unuaoal to dwell with pleasure upon fiellghtfol moral scenes, that ore devoid of domestic and social qualifleatfons, a fact that is most aptly illustrated fn tbe vicinity of large dties where hoepl-tality, morality, and the domestic virtues (so oalled) ore of ^foihionmki» qnolity, oat oocord-iag to fitrm and arbitrary oonvéntionolitíM; and bence a distiootioa between the virtnaa of country and town; hence, too, my discrimination in favor of tbe true and natural graces of country hospitality, as evidenced In this vioin-ity and in that of other old localiUes in our own and other States. Gertalnly there is not anything more condn-civa to pleasure than the raalisatien and oon-tempUtion of the graces of true hospitality, oombined with tbe refinement of efincation and pious morality. I am afraid that a moderate sum only of these virtnes ar¿ develc^ed within the atmosphere of oity life. It is tbe current belief that hostiitality Is a virtue ooDfioed to, and obaraoteristio of, Virginia, and Keniuoky, and the Southern States generally, while in those Skates the opinion prevails that Buckeyes are so entirely given to money-getting, that the finest graces ot mankind are afforded but few opportuQities for development, and that bat little time is devoted to their cuUivatioa. 1 confess that tbe same prejudice existed in my awn mind. Daring the first few months, however, having become more familiar with the true character of my native State, 1 am as ready to yield that prejudica in this instanoe, as ia all others—waa Ibundad on ignorance, as I am happy to discover that Ohio is as full breasted with hospitality, as our more ostentatious neighbors, just over the Isright waters of the Ohio River. My theme was WilmlngtoA Thoughts suggested by a contemplation of its character and association with its people, however, tempted me into a harried excursion over a wide and mora extensive field than I had deelgned to review. But it will not be necessary to explain by another digremioa, and therefore you may readily conclude that hawever justly my remarks may apply to many other pleasant ioctii-ittes in Ohio, they belong more especially to the original topic, and that I have enjoyed my brief visit here with exquisite satisfootion. The Gincinnati, WiloaiogUm and ZaaeevUle nüiroad, skirting tbe town, doesatair basiuess, considering tbe unfinished state of tbe road. When completed to Zanesville, which will be probably in June, 1865, a new impetus will be imparted to the whole country penetrated by iL Mr. Woodward, the chief engineer and superintendent, is very efficient and indomitable in hia efforts to fooilitate the proep«rity oi the road.    W.    D.    B. Brief Mention. C1T7 TRADE. Two meo answering to the deeoription given of the robbers, were arrested on Sunday night, and were to be taken before the old gentleman for recognition. Botii be and his sister were suffbring very much from the effects of their fright—[Dayton Gazette. The famous Brigham Young, the Governor of U tab, and Grand High Prieat of the Mormons, eame near having an inglorious end pat to his career, in August lasL He went down into bis well to recovera lost bucket, when tbe kerbing tumbled in, the earth followed, and Brigham Yomg 4>aóame for the ooee, a subterranean SalnL But the zeal of his followers woald not permR any such finish to the life of tiieir most fslt&fal shepherd. Si^ei and shovels were brought into requisitiott; the harem of the boylad GoYernor assembled in force to aid tbe saving efforts of the male members of the flock, and, in about two boars, they bod the gratifl^ ooO^n of polling him out like a forked radish, from his sub soil bad. He preached that nig bt from the text—“It is toe// with me.”—Albany Register. Onr friend, a well directed monthly Maga-zina, observes that tbe aotedeluvian life must have been a great oontrast to oota “Only fan.-oy having tw o dried whales hanging up in your larder, and a cold mammoth, *cut and oome ag^n’ on ti>e sideboard. ‘Shall I help yon to a little of this iothoyaturas soupP Thank you; 1 shHold prefer a slice of your mastedon. Stewed plesiosaaril Befisove: leviathan a la era» pofiorie! Imagine a bill, not at two months, hut two hnndred years; and a fellow, wbo oar-ried off your plate-boz, getting sent to tbe tread-mill for tbe term of fore-acore summer a Cooeeive an elderly gentleman, with a liver complaint of only one hundred years’ standing, wearing out tour sets of false teetii, and finally carried off, after a brief illneM of three hundred and ten years, in e galloping ecnsumption.” Tbe Register-General announces, somewbat trlHpphantly, tbat the British popnlation contains “a reserve of more than a million nnmar-ried men, and of more than a million unmarried women, in the prims of life, with as many more of younger ages;” and that if these celibate mU&oQB were tnariried, It would result that the Urm per eaaHai, inetead of baing 700,000, would ^ 1,6<^000. A man boa been fined $100 at Wilmington, N. G., for defacing a monument in a grave^ yard. Hood conld never believe that undertakers felt for the poor. If they do, how comes it that they are always screwing them down? A late writer says you can tell when a boarding house changes servant girl, by just noticing the color of the hair in tbe bnisouiL An old Dutchman, on being shown a aioture of the Washington Monument, declined sub-soribine his mite towards building “ a house mit such a big chimney.” There are only 68 inmates in the Yennoat Penitentisry. The operation of the Tempe> ranoe law of that State Is said to be tbe cauca of the decrease. The New York Sunday Atlas snggests that Master Nellis, the boy born without arms, would be an exoellent Mayor, becauee be would not be able ta'get his hands into the Treasury. The British Minister, Lord Howden, has addressed a note to the Spanish Government, demanding that the slave trade should be treated as piracy. The triumphal areh usad when Washington passed through Trenton, is still preserved with great oara by a gwitlemaa who has it In his possession. The Albany Register snggests that the story of the oyster disease was got np by tbe politi» cal candidates as a matter of political economy, for efiloe seekers find oysters very expensive just before and daring election. Money is scarce, according to the experience of people generally these times ; still there Is plenty of money in the country. It la credit that is scarce, not money. Restore oonfldenoe and liabilities would be met now oa usual. Tbe Holy See and tbe King of Naples have Jost entered into a convention ot 31 articles, to ragolste tole-graphie oorreapondenee between their respective dominions, which is published in tbe official joamolA Like all other governmental measurM in theee ooun. tries, it exhibits the most zealoas distrust of the pee- Rle. Alter presaribing necessary rales for tfau estaba ■bment and economy of the liaes, its agents, Ac., it is provided that either guvernment may at any moment suspend, for an ladeterminate tíme, the working of a line, and moreover, that the snperin-tendente must be mode ooquainted with the nam», and characters of individuals who offer tions, and that no despatobes which, in tbelr judgment, may be contrary te tbe secuilty of tbe state to Its religion, to good morals or public order, can be accepted. Oommunkations eaaaot exceed 100 words, and msst be written in Italian, with tedriibW* ink. and wikhont erasures or abbreviations. With thfiae reetricUons, tbe public can ose the telegraph at all times and hours, night or day, Inelading Suudays and fetea. Tba tariff of prioes preeoribes about five ceuta (American) for each word in a n^t^H of twenty-five words, (tbe lowest uumber to be rsck-ooed.) for a distanoe of 100 miles, aud 10 cents for 200 nulce. The riiarge is doubled for 50 wordA The tete la most tavoroUe for 100 wordA S^Tbs diffmne* b«tw««n otdloorj aad rztrkordiaArj t«, tbat eiroBBMlueM noaka tha formar, and tbat tha Uttar maka olrcumitancaa. To I hi» cUtt baloti|r« Traoa, tha rreat tea-daaler, cornar oi Waatarn Kow and Ftfth atreat; wbo will do a traman dona buiiaeaa ta spite of flata orforlnne. Aad no wondar alihar, for bit teas ara magniScant aad bis prices low. Sl^Imdiaa who wUh ta array tbsmaalraa ia tba latast, rlcheat and most baauUhil atyks ofgocds, con do so by calling upoaUaiaa A Mnoaat, go. SSS WasUra Row, whose lasia, oonrtcay and capacity to salt all parsons are tndispnt-abla. Wbatarer is desirable In tba dry goods dspartmaat, aan ba moat adrantagaoasly porohaaad tbara. g^Tha ran apon Mr. Latham, tha popnlar tea-dealer. Mo. 164 Vine street, stin eontlnaes; bat tbs dlBaranca between him and tba bankers Is, tbat ba exchanges tea (or money, Ut-staad of mtuay for paper; and that Lapbam is making in-place of loorlng a fortnna. SO-Tha Sarpaats. Animals uid earioatttoo, at No. 15, Sixth atieat, bctaaan Main and Walnnt,dn w like tba moun-tain af loadstana ia tba atory of Biubad tba Bailor; and no one who rislts tha slngalar axblbitlon, wonders at tbe power ot att raction. Allen. the renowned and nniqne is there, and will show yon tha marrela tor aMC Btxa. Ste^MBAKOT’s axqnisite baoU are the rags of toaaisb gee. tlamsa and tba admlrafioa of fashionabls Udtas, and to wear them Ia aaa of tba aastist plaaeoraa ronebaaiad to nMwtals. Mis boots St M odmtraMj and eaiMy, and paseen snob a rs«A«rek« appaaranoa, that they ean a-t ba app-eciatcd by tha aainlatad. Wa speak kaowlagly af BaAKDT*s boots; for wa bare worn tbem. His establlsbmsnt U on Broadway Jnst below tha Hotel. LEGAL IHTELLIGEECE, Dlatrict Court. aaroaa apdob thvemaii, ov tbb ■uraBiia ooobt, ros* nauia.'AaS luooaa OAaToa. rAouoa amo tam samm, OV TBB OOOBT or OOMMOM rr.BAA. AMUSEMENTS. XffATXOKAZi TBZLA.nm. JOHM Bates.........................  Manager. V. A. Baeeedas.   ........Aeting    and    StageManagar. MOTTC*.—TIMB ALTKRBD.—Doors open at 6M o’olook, curtain rises at? o’clock, pracisaiy. ^    , Xighth night of the engagement of the gmt American TrMg„llan hr, B. L. DAVEMPOBT, _ On FRIDAT RVBMINO, Nov. 10. will ba oetad Joba Howard Payne’s Uraud Hi.turical Tr«gady of BRÜTuIJ; Ob, Tbb Fall or Taeouib. ^ Bmtaa ...    ........Mr. Davenport Titus I..*    .............Mr. HanHy. Ttl ta..................................Mrs. Oladstana. Tba parlormance will ooocluda with tba X>r*ma o4 BLACK-BYED SUSAN; ___0*1 All in the Dowbs. „ William...   ..........................Mr. DarenporL Black-Kyad flnsan........................Mto. Olad^ In rehearsal..tha grand romantic play of ST. MARC: Oo, A Hosbakd's BAcaTriOE.    „ NOTIOK.—Box Ofiice opea oauv, trom.10 a’aleek. A. M., nutn 1 P. M., and from 3 o’clock P. M., uotll 5 o’olock, wbero seats may ba aecared._ y" » MELODEON HALU DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT. MONDAY EVENING, Noveasjhar 13th. PROF. FROBIBHRK, of Boston takas this maihod of an-neunetng that ba will have tha honnr af glvWg his ttnt public entsrtalnmtnt on MOMDAT BVRMINU. NUV. I4th, on whlcb oeeailoo will ba praesLtad a abaste sod alegaataa-leetion from Sbaksneare and other standard Peatio aad Dra-matle Anthers. The whole latarsparoed with haiaoroas raal-ta'iaas and oomis dalinaatloas ot oharaotar. Pasformaaea will comjraaaaat?^, P. M. Bingla cards of admission 26 cenU. Tmgeards. adaUttiite a genUaman and two ladfaa, SO cants. Far Sale at tba artnef-pal Bosk and Mnsjc Stores. _^_aorid-St Enlarged and Impreved Oircii& KoHnglaa vs. Kaasptoa nod Whita—Appeal from tbo Com-asorotal.Ooart. Tbis waa a bill fliad by tha eompUiaaai to gatat bis tUlo to eartain real estate. Ha alleged tbat the dafsudants assartlrg a ataim lo aortoin real ortaia, of whiah ba had tba legal tRIa and possessloo, bad eommencad a snlt sT forcabta entry and datolnar to gat paassaaion of tbe same andar a arateaded eon-traot,oad.p*aTsd tabava tba datsadanta MjoiDad from pro-eaoding la thalr salt, and to have tha cletui removed from his title tbrcwn apon U by their procsaolngs, and tha eontract un-dar wbfob Utay etaioMd. Tba dsfsndanis filed tbair aaawar aad erors biU, alleging tbat ia May, 1848, tbe compWoant sold tba property ia quas-tioa ta Xampton through Wbita, who acted aa tha agent of Kamptoni that lbs oousidaratlon was S^OOO to ba paid I a paymaatsat timos spaeffiad, and that Koffington gave a tUla bond oavonoattag te moka to Kaasptoa a oool deed, wKh ra-laaas ot dowar jmd aevooonts af worraoty on tha paynsant af tbe pnrobsM,monsy. Subeoqaaatly $3.000 of tbe purcbasa maaeywka paid aad aeeeptod. Though net nutil after tba tima spaeload'for paymant. Aa otaos bill alleged a taadm of the rmnaUdng $8,<^ aad tbat the ptaiatiST had glvao peaaaosfon of tbe^dte WniM as the agent of Kompuw. and that tba coDoptalaaBtaBbaaqaaQtty got tato passesston by rapraaantiog tbat ha afiahad-tasaaidp aa iha phica tamporarlly dunng tba provaianea at tba eholara ia 1S49. The defsaaut- allegad a wilHngoeas to camply with thair oontraet, and prayed a .peel flo parCssmaoea a( tba aaOBa to ba dae raad ag-iast KoHng-taa. Tha aomploinoat daniad tbataadar sod thaglvlnv up of tha pcssasitoa. Ba ádmittad tba ecntract, but Instalad on iu braocb by tha dafbadaot. Parhar. d„ gavahisdacia4aaorthaO««rt. HasoidHaaam-ad tbat wbila the complaloant wished to Inaist on tbo dafon* daots brooch of tbe contract ot parchase, sad so retain tbe lead, ba wtabad ta vatoin tba atanay eao, whtah bad bean paid aodar tba ooairoat. Ha modaoa offar to raoelad tbaeontroot. and repay the mnnay^d aid net tborafora, antltla kimsalf ta tba ronaf aonght. They ware dtspoaad to bold th.t, in anch a tranaaettea, iMia was of tha assaaoe of the coatroeL and if tbe aorchassr failed to pay at the time st>eeified, tbo vender might a bandea tbe oontraet, but ia such a case, be must repay tha otoney a ready advanced, and' rastora the other party his original posMaa. They wars at tha opinion, theretora, that the eoasolalnaaia bUlmisst ba dlamloaad. They ware also of tha optDMBtbat the prayer of tha oroas bUl for a spaclfia par-far maace onght to ba granted. Motwtthstaadlng tha delan-dant, Kaepton, had bean daretlet in respaet to aama part af tba oontraet, a large part of the pa rebasa asonoy bad been ae-Gsntod. possession hod boon glvan,onda taodar made of tbo balance of the perdkoaemoooy made. They, wonld tbsrofora daeroa that Kampten. within sixty days, pay to complainant tha S3.0UÜ due with interest, aad oa snoh payment, tba cem-ptataami make te Um a dead with ralaaas ot dowar and oovan. asta of warranty, aeoording to tha tarma of the original eoa. traet. and tbat aafb party pay half tha coats. James McMostars was admitted to tba bar os an attemav and oonnealler at law, and solicitor In ehanca.y, and took the roanlrodooth. •■perlor Court of Cincinuati. General Terra. ROOM WO. 1. BBFORR JUDOB OHOLSOM. Wabord Oollias vs. L. O. fitono and M. W. Stone. This was a aolt on a daa bill lar <691,4?. In defanaa it was allegad tbat tba doe bill waa gtvan for batanea snppotad ta ba due an aeeanmt of tba pnie asa of a quantity of hay, war-roatad by tba alolatiff ta ba g*ad ssoichuttabla Timothy bay, bat ibatlt proved taha of a poor qnaiity, on ac count of whicb tbay eloimad a deduction ol$l8S. The Jnry, alter bainc out about tbroa hours, ratorncd a vardlot for tbs ptalntllr tor $664,3). Ksteham A Usadlngtoa for the ptaintiX; Riddle for defondaata. ROOM MO. S. BBFORB JDDOB BTOREB. Mors^Alloman vs. B. F. Brnoa. Pdtitioa or^romlsspry 1 alio on tha amdavit of aa it of tbe ptaiatlSs, weieh alleged, that tba datonctaat wa. It to dispose of his propertr with intent to defraud his eradttors. and oUa that ha hod eopcaolad his prapsrty to ds-fraod creditors. Motloa was mads to dismiss the sttaehment, and tbs sflda-v't of the dsleqdaat raad, wbteb sxpllottly doalad tbe con-csalmsntof aasots. aad tbs averment that be was abont to dis. pooo of bis property to dofraad creditors. This sffldavlt waa su(9ortsd by oibers, and tbors being no showing of aay foe's upon wbteb tbeaiBdavlt on wblob tbs attacbmeot issued eon id be snpportad tbo Ooart groatod the mation to dismlM the attachmwtt. Judgment was rsndsrod, howsvsr, for the plaintiffs for tbs omsunt of tbs note, with tntarsst, $1,033 33. Mstthaws for plalmMi; Abraham tor doteadoaL ROOM MO. 3. BBFORX JUDGE BPBMOBR. Oommloga, Adm’r of Brook, vs. Henry Albio. This was a suit oa two promissory notes, and an aooownt for tha aggrs-gats sum of of $400 0?. In tiofonso it was allagad that tha notaa ware given for plumbing dooa by the deceased in hU litaUma, and tha work had pmvod to bo nearly wortUooa, and tharo was tharefbra a part follara at ooaaldaratlon. Tha same was alleged A. to tbs aceonat,—tha de'andaat Instatlag that aa tha whole bill tbo piotetiff eras antltladto raeeivabut $189 83, which ba avarrad willtogaeaa to pay. The Jury rataraod a.vardiat of $290 44 for tbo ptaiatlff. Woodruff A Uopklua for plaintiff; Proboooo fox dafondant. • CMmIboI Oanrt «T Hstmlltoa Coaaty. MoTBKnaa Taa a—1 8 6 4 . BBFtmB JUDGE FUMM. Ztata of Ohio vs. W«. O’Noll. This waa aa ladietmaat tor oa ossaalt and battery on Sarah O’MsIl, wife of the dofoadant. Tbo traasaetlon proved to ba a fomily qaorral aad tba dafoodaat was tonad gauty of aa ss-SMlt ooiy. Soatsnesd to pay costs and sntor into roeogai. taeo la $800 to kon tbo paooa. ZtaU oi Ohio vs. Barooy Koonan.—ladictnssnt for atooUng abaras from Adam Kliaa. It oin>«ava<l titet tha dalsndaat taprasanUd hie*se?f aa bavtag cool pastaragsto Ksatoaky, ate miles frwm Gorlagton, and got the boras with tha prata caof paainr lag blm for tbe owner, bat after ba got tba animal, be sole lv(m tba same night, for 9M. to Jabn Oantall. Vardlot of gviHy, and vataa «i tha horse stolen faund to bo $1M. O’Üonnor tor tbs Stats; O’ Nlol for dafonso. TRAVELING^ AGILITIES. The railway trains Isavo this city doily os follows: urru BLAin blilboa». Posaangnr trains lanvo on the LlUlo Miami Railroad for Oo Inmbns, Zones villa. OrsstUno, Pittsburg, Clovsland, Bnifole nod tbo lostam dtlos, at8am,?aOam and 5 pm. To obtain tbs bonoflt of tbo rsdneod fkro to Bnffolo, poassngsrs most taka ths ? 60 a m trola. •pringfiald, DsUwora, Shelby, Roadnsky sity aad Detroit, otfia m. Marrow and Lonoaator at 7 60 a as, and 8 06 a as. HUtaboro’ aad OhUlicotba at7 60aas.aad6»m. Tbs6 a m train, la the ‘Ltgbtalng;' ? 60 a m trata tbs 'Steam boat Xxptass;' tbo 3 069 m trola the 'Aooossmodteien;’ood the 6 p m trote the *MaU.' AU trains, sxoopt tbo oooommo-datlon, earry molls. A train for Oolumbns laovos on Snoday at t>4 F m. OIMCRiprAn, KAMILTOH AMD BATVOB BAILVAT. PsMangtr trotea leave oa tbo Cteetnoatt. HamUtoa aad Dayton Railway for Eaton, Richmond. Indteonpolta, Magmr own nod NowCoitteal Sam.nod 49 as. Varro Haute ood caioaa» at 6 M a m. Dal9iios,Tolade,8aadaaky. BuHsto and tha Bastara «Moa ai 8 80am. Dayton, Troy nod Ptqno at 8 16 p m. Dayton, at 4 9 m. aioendote and hamllton at 6 SO p m. OBio AMD Musissirri axiLaoA*. Pasaongmr trains Isa vs on tbo Ohio and Mississippi Railroad tor liontavllls aad way stations at ? 16 a m, and 8 16 p m. Madison at 7 16 a as, •    a. UdtaaopolUat? 16am, oad8 16pm. Tarrs llanta sod Obieogo at 7 16 a m. Ths 7 46 a mils tbo ‘ladlonapolia Kxpresa,* and eorriss tho mail. Ms Busday trains. OOVIMOTOMLBB UZHrOTOM BAILKOAD. Open to Porta, te ndlos. Psssoagor tralma leave on this road for tbe terminas at 7 a m aad S 40 p m. Tha morning train ooanacts with tba Mays* villa and Laxlagton Railroad at Paris, whicb anoblss gars to orrfva in Lazington at 1 o’eloek. L. 6. BUTLER’S NORTH AMERICA N CIRCUS. Pormed from the prtnhval Eqoiettrian Troupet tn fft« United Statu. A UA.OK Will axMbll FOB A FEW DAYS OM1.T. aa Vtoo straat, between Fourth and Fifth Atreata, nearly ppposlta ___FIftb    atraes Marks*. ITTBD, aqnippad and dasigrad for tho Leading Kxblbt-tloa of 1864. Ta bis aodaavors to gratuy tho pnbUa toato la this sl^aat bronoh of smniiemsnt, tbo proprietor bos te-oarro4 grOat axcansa, bath In tba varfotraf tba par ibimanees, ■md in tha splendor of the aeocmpanimanta. Most ot tbo foau gtvon by tbia extraordinary troupe are antlraly new, n roprasaotatlon of which may ba aaan la tba alagoat wood-eut angravirgs with wfaleb tha pictorial bills are ambaBlshsd. Tba parformanoaa will ba given with tha ntmoat graodovoad pecollsrlty oi effect, embodying at tba sama tima tha moat aiUstle aocnas te tbeclrria. Aaronatlo ExaretafO and Gym > nasties of manly sglllty and skill, snparb Horsemanship. Oomic BnrlaUas, £e., socompanied by a snpqifo MiRtary Brass Band, "fall ot sounds and sweat airs, that give delisht and hurt not.’>    nov7-tf CIRCUS. MENAGERIE AND HIPPODROME COMBINED! BOBINSON A ELDBEO Will axblUt tbelr oambtead Ciroaa, Maaagaria nod Hippo-drmna, a few days loagor te this city, oommsaoing on M021DA¥, Nov. 6lh, oa the Mty Lot, Iflntli otreel, b«4we«a num mud Weotern Bow, WHh all ths great Hlppodromatic Feote of tbo NEW YORK AND PARIS HIPPODROMEI Among which will bo the WONDMSFUL SCIXITTIFIO ACBIMVSMStrT ^ffifli WP/fffirffilOFC 4If$<i AffiffiCf    yGTroffMiftq MR. O. M. BLDRBD. ZA FMROWM, by Moaon. ROOHFORD and REMTZ. Tbis sxtraordlaary psrfonnanoa has eraatad natvaroal wondar aad sdmlratkm, showing baantlftil faote of B ALAMOIMO and BLROAMT AOROBATIO POBTURTMG, by Mona. RBMTZ, am a pole UUrty feat high, bald by Mr. W. ROCHFORD. Among the Innnmarabla <ulid«s who eomprlso thisgreat «• tebltahment, tea noaMS of MADAMR ROBIM80M. tho poorlom RfMM drdsaoaf Mo. W. ROCHFORD, tha Prodigy; Mabtbb jambs ROBIMSOX; Mascbb JOHK, and tho greatSontbamand Mortharn Homortet, SAM LONG, stand pra-emtnent; who, with tho nnmerous list of RQUFtTRIAKS, DRAMATISTS AMD AGR0RAT8, will anporr In tbolr various exoreisss. THE BAMD, comprWng tbs first moaleal toteo* te tha oonntry, is lad by tha Indomitebla MENTOR, tha first Bog tar of tho sga. In sddUoB to the above. A SPLRMDlD OOLLROTIOM OF WILD ANIMALS of rare character, from the ibreste of AaU sad Africa, laclad-tag tb c Bsognlficsnt PERFORMING ELEPHANT, BOLITAR, win bs shown at sach exbtbition. Deora apaa at 6 o'oloak; pertammaao to aommaaeaot 7 Italy.    8.    HRNDBICX8. Agant. OYSTER DEPOTS. OPICCD 0T8TKB».-JU8T KEOETVRD, A LOT O or PKXMB 8P1CBD OT8TRRS, at JOS. R. MANN’S WHO'.ESALX OYSIES DR POT. Ko. 2/Fifth straat. „BR FEOX. ncv7 Iw ■    Agaat. C. H. BLOSIEH & CO., dealers in Fresh Oyeters, Fresh Fish and Wild Game. NOS, 1 AND 2, WATER Sr., Sr. JOHN’S DOCK, ao*7-2w    8ANDOIÍH.V.    O. ^^OYSTCBS! OYSTEBS!^^ GENERAL D POT FOR C/ JOSEPH R. MANN’S Celebrated Fresh and Spiced OYSTERS, Pickles, Preserves, Cigars, *c., ' Na. 97 VllUi Mraet. Eve doon Knot af Watamt, CINOINNATI. OHIO. cet31-2m    BLHB    FBCffi. Osaeml ARsat. Prices Reduced. OYSTERS I OYSTERS I ! 86 Fifth straat, soatb side, botwaan Mote aad Watemk ste. Whole cans raw $1, Half cans raw 50 cts, Whole kegs raw $1. JM- HAITAIINIRD ha* Just reduced tba pricaa as a abovs ihrouahout the antira sansón—and in alt eaaaa warranted good,or tho money ratnrnad. Uarlnr Juit ratum-ad from tho Bati. where'I have made arrs.gamanU with tba moat oelabratad (tester Pncka.s—my sepilas will ba trom Baltimore, Norfolk, Phllndolpbta, New Ybrkand NawHnvaa. No other ngnnt has tba >nm. adventage. and I nm datarmtead tortw-thowtaha..rtb.p.bllo.^^ hanaford, ceSl-tf No. 366th St., soath *ide 2 doors ssat of Walnat. *¥¥ HATMTORB.—Wa. M. TUROOKMOKTON, Fnshlennblo Hsttar, No. 410 Mate sUost, comor oiOonri, mosUo aaw Oonrt Houm.    .... fbo nadsrstenod tokos pteasnrain onnonaetng ta tba pnblie, ba win m>«u ¿ds new Hat Store oo TUESDAY NEXT. 17th teat. Having bad cbarga of two of tho most extauslve Hat beuass te this oity, and being a pmctionl Hatter, 1 flatter my-aalt that my stylaa of mnauntotura will ba as sarTioaabla aa thaaa of any almitar astablUhmant in tba Waat. I r**poeUnlIy aolieit a call from all, and wnrrnnt satiafoctiou. J abnU open aflaaasaoiunantof tbalataat stvlasof Hate. ^7^«     WM.    M. THROOXMORTON. Btead Scantling, 160,000 feat Poplnr Ptank, snitabte for bad sidas and window fromoa. ^    ^    ^ Tba abava is aaaaanrt aad ready for nsa. Ia addition, wa bava nay quantity of Jatat Soanlllog, Framing Tlmbor. Loth. Poling, Floerteg, Ao. As ths Beards aad most of tbs inmbor mitaafooturod by ns moda with ow "R®U*r    waJtava oo four bnt wa eon oaaa taoaa wbo will fovor os with thoir custoss. op86-d wtf 'KNIBH.—an drnms nrlmo OodSsk, f    te    half    bblo.    Rolttasoro    abad, 100 bbte. No. 8 Mookocal. 100 half do do N0bbU.Mo.8,fat do 198 do do larga do Jl^salvtagaad tor solo by HOSBA a FRAZBRi THAT HAT! “YOUNQ AMERICA,’* NOW READY, QOINQ FASTa RAWE’8 CENTRAL HAT STORE, oeO Im    904 WRIITICHN HOW. LYON & BELL, Steam Engine & Boiler Bulldersy Comer of Loek and Third Htrveto, ClnclBaeli, O. Castings of all descriptions, made to order. Brnas, Copper, Bbaat>troa and Wraogb Iron wtwk Grist and Snw-mill work, Plnalng. Screw <^ut ting and Boring Maobtne*. Imtha and Praoaaa of atl daaorip tlona. made to order, with promptness and deapntcb. ocl6-k Counting Houaa Stetlonery. "■¡WIR BALK by tha package at Wholeoale price* by -■?    r    -•    gtlGKKSAUG., ac7    No,    127 Walnut straot. bet. Third and Fourth ms ACHRRKI. Ho. 3*a in bbU and half do. for snloby ITJL    HOSE    A    A    FRAZER saoU     eor.    Main    and    Front straate H. 6. McOomas.    W.    8.    Hakprr. mW^MkSdkHARPBIl. ForwdlnBand (^mi^^n JYJLMarebante. Btaamboot Agents. Na. 1 Brood wall's Boild-ng Syeomora a treat. CtootMail. OhiO;___ anl7 ■¡UBH~FIshii FISIllir ^    , n?    lUObbls Wbita FUb and Treat, 600 do and h’f do Maakorol; lOUercoa Salmon: 60    “    Bar    Herring; 60 h’ do Baltimore Shod; te drams prime(Jod Fish, on bond Md for saldo Cln«    honra    A    FRAVFF ^LANX BOOKS.— JD te,U90 qalraa Btenk Bocks, oil stylso. 380 dcsen Tuck Mstnoranduma. 600 dessa Tsgs and Blank Books. For solo by    EGUKRfl    A OO.. Wbolosale Statlonory Poatatn. XfFt Walnut straat, bat. Third and Fattw mmji*_ wmt    wraitaWB    SRTffiffiV',    OffiRa    t    nirta    ■dm    r    WPoWfo* AS FITTING.—Gna and Btaom pipes introdneod into VT Storsa, DwslUngs, Obnrobas. As., As., te tba nanlast sonnnar wlthant delay and te tbo mm^^i^oYd MTl    OOOD    ^    lUlsHtMl- COLUMBIAN STEAm JOB PRINTING ESTBLISHMENT, ooLonaiAM nuiLDiHo, tninn sraaxr, an*. WAUrPf A vum, The proprietor of tha (louiiuMAN wauld inform tho public that ha W eatabUshod in conuaeUen with aspar dapartment, a TOON AND JOB FBIirTtirm OFFI^, complate la all Ma arraagaasanta, and of an aatast tbatsrfll anabla tha oflea ta mmt allroqutalUon that ssay ba ssada upo» it with the utmost dirpoteh. TEE MATERIALS ABS xmXSLT EIW, solacted with grant coro, and of tbs latest sad msst Mprcvsd style. Tbe best of workman sra employed, and the sBm | pared ta axaomto ovary daseriptlan of »pra- Book, Job and Ornamental Ptintiafv te a aapatior mannsr aad with tba nteaoat dlspatcb. THE POSTING DEPABTMENT, tá tbia olHca Is interior to non# te tbo oity, onu comarlmaa fa aaaortmont of tbo flnast and tateat spocUnansol tba larga cWn aad ornamootal WOOD TTPB mannfoetorad. Tba amaa Is Ihaadora preparad to ptinS Erery Desmiption of Foating Jiila, at thasbortast aotiea, aad oa tba maal raaaonahlo tarma. •■-Particular attention gtvon to tbo axocutlon ot RAIL ROAlFprtntlng of avory kted. Having ia use. tba latoat improved STB AM MAOBINR PBfSSBB, wa ora aonMad ta fln thalargoat ardaia 4atbs sbotta*t notice, with an asanranca that tba azecntton sitil be both fa ityte and ptjca, mti^eta^ ta^ am* bo.dtapM- - “ ■»““-sirA^réri/."‘M'»feisisrst,L THE BOOK TRADE. GENERAL MAP EBTABLISBMXiirr, Mo. S CollBga HolL WaJwH atrggi, CtaaiiiB» E. kinds. School Appomtns, Outline Mops. Atlsssos and GarmL-toora, Ooologtenl, Anotomlonl nod AotrouMntgnl Okorw, OloboK, Microseopos, Drawing lastmmsBte, Ac. sepSfi ly-bHnw _ KRCANTlIJi PHlWriNO.-Wo oro nasoarsfi ta _ ezocnto all styles ot MareantUo Frlntlng,' in tbo v«rf t mannov. W# navoolso alorwo ^ BOuK-RINDING BStABLISHMEaiT, coanoetod w!tb bar atom, wfaleb givss oa very oxteadsd foafll-ttoslntfaosxoegtkmadall Job Work. Coll nad aac qa.. O. F. BRADLBT A OO-i nowT •tn*lo«ars and PrteMrs, 1«7 Mato tersad.. kJ-KW AáXMHlMT SOOffia.-OAY BOOK9. IffiO-iN OXR8, Joninal*, and ev,ry book reqnlrod by tba Merchant aad Boakar, ntannlkatnrad of tbo bast atCak, and by ozpsrlenrad wqrsmaa. A gMNl stock af wail saaaanad books eaaMtaotly on kmd from wb ch a sat ot books may ba aaloetad m any time. Bnglish, Franck and Amarlsoa Wrtting Popara aad Oomat- now?    147    Mate,    atmat.    thraa    dporr    baiaw    9uA, IN OLDEN TtMRS PAPXB was made witbonli ta moai^ mnslag. wbteb te ao oklaottenabla te maay, now-a doya. We hnva racaivad aoma of tbo "Old Timas Paper." to wMoh we invita ouantloB-    O.    F.    RRaDlAT A 0O„ no«7    147    Mala    atram. Fall Fashions at Pearson’s. ■TtBANK LKRI,IK*H Ladtea> Oaoatta. of Parin. Lea-*’ dan aad New Tork Faablona, Novambor Numb* Jnet »a-eatvad. Prtea 86 aanta, or S3 a year. This nionb* oontotes naorly one bnadrad fllaatratlans, tacladteg a tnagniSasnt nasdis wnrk pattern.  __ novfi > wnrk pottorm PÍAR80B'*. No. 84 Waat Fcnrtk straat. NEW BOOKS Jmt ItoeelTgd. T ONI>OM ABT JOURNAL, FOR OCTTOBMM Ma Harper's Msgntias, for N^. PutnaPs    do    do; Orabam’t    do    do; Oodoyte    do    do; Taylor’s Fsahlons do. All paraeao havigg nnmbora of VtrtnoHi FoBts,' or Mgrttefo PnbHcatioFA, and wishing to aoraploto tbair seta, aaa da mkr M. 8. HABDINO A 00.’i eoktegot Bovl-lw New Book Store. Mo. 166 Tino atrotet West aldo, Sel'do* above FanvtR. NOW WS ARE RSADT 1 BtlOVAL MD BI-OPKNUIfil jm, reading pnblte nmraspaetfblly odvtead tbat PBABSOV’S CHEAP PUBLICATION HOUSE. bos bean romovad to tho now oalorgad nod oontml looot%m Just oomgtetod for this ooooam at MO. 34 WBMT FffiORTH R’THJLTT, bolwnaa Mala ood Wohrst, oortb sido. BmowUlbafonodlRa loagaat oBd bspt salaatad stoek of Choice Current Litaratuxeu vnr oiforád to tho Woatom publie. In tho now aotabittemoat nemwaod foelltoa ore now afforded for tbo proaacutloa of fkn Ohcop PubUeatten and Pwiadleal Trada te aU Ite bianabm. Wholesale and Retail, avnry aaw and popular iasua of tha Ammioaa ar RngRsI' praa* wttl ba raoalvnd te ad vanoa of pnbUeatinn, aad a*3d at New Tork Prices, Partlcnlar attonttan will bo paid to tbo supply of Mfigasines and Newspapers, Whieh will bs pnnotually dailvwad ta snbsoribara, sate sold by aisgte ooptaa from the oooalor. All New Books by Carpí ess! POrUnmptnsasapd Idolity to ordM will ba a promtewml foatmra In tha bnsinaa* of thte aatabllsbasaat,    ' Come and Bee the Btock. H. B. PBARZON, 84 Waat Fonrthotraat, batwaea Mate and Wateot. A CARD, R. PXNB08B JONKS, formmly ot tho firm of Roblnaaa A Jonas, aad raeaaUyoftba "CnlumWaa and Gfoot Wate»’ nawspsMra, will have ths ganaral managemaot aad supe» vis tenet H.BTPaaraon's Pmiodfeal Buiaaas. Ha raapaatfoUv aoHalta tb# patrenaga at hia frisada and tboaa of She fora* fitm, to tha praaant oatabbliahniaat.    navd iArIRB FOK 18»S.-Tba sabeeribara frivfta atrái-tlan to tbair edition of Diaries for tha «naulng ysor, oaps • nrtaiag varlons stylos and sisas, adaptad althar ter tea eaoat-log room, the study tabls. or tbo pMkot. eonaistlaa af>— CLAYTON’S LARGE QUARTO DIAKY CLAYTON’S OCJTAYO DIARY, (three ilzest) CLAYTON’S MINIATURE DIARY; CLAYTON’S POCKET DIARY; DAILY REMEMBERANCE, (bUnk date.) For tbo roeords oi bnalnoao affairs, msmarandaass sfsn-gagamente, or avante, or for tba nsa of profeaetonal man; sttb* na a detail of bnalnoss or obomvntioa, tboy will bo fouod btek-ly nsoiul. 00 teay oentein snffiatont spaca nnd* ancb datolar fuR nad oomplata mamoroada. For tmvolora and tourls*, olth* for rmordtag avente ef tipval. or for tba gonaml par poaa of a skateh book of obamvattea, tbay wtll prava wall *^iha' quarto form has boou adopted by moav marooattlo firms lor tbo pmpooo of a “note raeord," aad by iaaoronaa oSears for noting expirations of risks, for wkicb 1* will b« found saetkodteally arroogad-Thaoa odltlana are printed fn bandsonte stylo, aa i upas Pas pop*, aad banndtn dtfforent kteda of btedfag, uaftteg nont aam and straagtb. For sale by OF. BRADLRT A CO., oaI2_ 1*7..... Jaama arruosTp,    > •aMDOi. PuoaHtsna, f m. posnarsteP eomm p. avan. APPLEGATE CO.. BookMlkn, Publifhen A Ststismeri sf gtr*st. ütantlnnsdl Wo have, te oddltlaa ta onr own valnabto publteatlooa. largo stoek of the most daatrablo Books piteliabad On Sefaool stook smbraeas all books ef m*lt used ta tea Wsas PAGED BLANK BOOKS, Manufoatwted of tea kast Linan Pap*, la any atyla dtalrsd. ▲U ordsrs prompcty axsentad. Tha Tiwda suppliad oia tfaa Bsost Itbaral tanna._  o#Cl4 'JmKMOVAL —Tha aubasribw has movsd hia Book aad M3Í, Stattaamy Steak, from 169 Main atrsot, ta No. tlrW» Fonrtb street. South tlda; wb*o ho intends to kaop a gmaral aaaortmaat of Family and Fackot BIUss; Common Frayor and Hymn Books, Fostieol Works, Historias, School BooVs. Agricultural Works, aad a fatrgs aasortmsnt af mlsaallaqsaua Books; fuU aad half bound Blank Books and Mamorandoma: Osp, Latter, Note aad Billet Papara; Knvelopas; Roll ana Pocket Maps; Faaey Artielae. Ae.. Ao. On band, a aupply of Mrs. Stowe’s new Work—Sonny Mam-Orias of Forsiga Lands; Tbonghte and Things at baass aad abroad, by ElTbn Burritt; Tbia, That aad tba Other, by Mtaa X L. Ohoadtar: tteroao and Mamym of tba Madam klmlaaa ry Eaterpriaa, Hogan's Popery, Ao„ Aa. ang2    '    ▲.WAFBOM. tantion o( doalars aad oonsumars of tea Waat, te awr larg* and varied stock ef Papers. Oar arraagamonte with Msstaru manufootators aad daalars are sueh us ta wartoatns i« saying wa bnve tba lorgaat and boot aaaortmaat of Letters aad ^a ondmlsd; Flat Ooos, Rraiys, Msdfnmúi, Royals md topw^yata. Blank BrntkPapank monafoaturod by Owwe A Bmrlbut, Pteto* A Farter, and L. L. Brown A Co.. tar wham wo ora sale qganu far tea Waat. Tha long oatabUsbad rapntatioa af the obovo Writfam and Blank Book Papers, and tesastiema law prloaa at wUch wa ara aaUlag team, te a gnoraotaatkat they will give parfoot satlsteetion ta thaaa who sao team. Tba rapid teeraais at aor aaloa for tba last two yoars. roqalras us to koop o hsavy sad wsll sslaeted steak on nmd at oil tjmos, ooobling us to lU oU erdoro promp^. Wo bovo a-ocmplote stock of Bludor’s Mawiols, Tar and Straw Boanda, Rusata aad Imltatioo Hnasta lisnibqr, Mark sad OeTemdSklvere. Plashaa, Turkey and Issltatian Tnrkoy, Mareeoa, Law Sboop, Bussot Oalf, Blndars' Mnalte, Mssila '^^j^dMra^wsnppliod wttka foil aaaqrtessBt of Garda and Oord Shaate, Cbramatypla aad Rmboaaod GUt Rordsro, at *^io^ijghtbody’s Beak and Naws Ink, Proofs nod Ma-Oreary’s eolarad Inks. Our arraagmante tor tbo boat Nsws ood Book Poporo astei-atacturod la tea Waat, ora suck that wa con snpply ardava to ooy extent, with regalar ataaa, and Irrsgnter stess tesda te ardor oo abort aotleo. Wo solicit a cloao oxomlnatloa ood eomportesa of ooalitr od prieoa wttb otbors la tho market. lisi'Rsir''-^ sap6_ Wbolooalo    Panar    Daalara    34    Poor    1st. StatUnffiry at Wholeoalfi- SftlOO (tetras Blank Books, am.OOO Ma vslopea; 100 oaaas PaonsyLvanis Blatss; For aalo by oct3l 100 oaaas Paonayivants PI 4.000 grots Steal Pans: 100 doasa Uald Poos, Ae; XGOIKRM A CO.. Wkoleeale Stationary Daalars. 127 Walnut atraat. batwaaa Third and Paarth. EUROPEAN STATIONERY. ABTH3JK8 in our line of Knropaan maka wa imp«>t d root trom Europa, aad seaaa ortrtbaxrvataot aSvastagr* te buyers.    KOGERS    A    CO . Wboiesaia Btattanary Daal*ra. ootSl 127 Walnut Mraot, batwaaa Third aad Faarth. LETTER AND CAP PAPERS. FULL atwrtmrat. laelndlng Fieterla Milla, and «tear octSl popular kinds, for aalo by V ■OOBR8 A 00„ 127 Walnut atraat, botwoon Third aad Fourth. JCd No. 187 B tbo whieh le —bravionnav Unaxnoa -"S'    Pt    af    fall aappllaam Fail Trade ef all artiolaa In tba    aad    Biatiaaary Ita eh tbay sail at Itaatem Jaifotng    aajit I BRLR. S. H. MOLABBRS. FRRD BIDRDLT A <3Q’ No. a Ryoamma steaaS,

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