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Cincinnati Daily Columbian (Newspaper) - October 27, 1854, Cincinnati, Ohio A NEWS AND BUSINESS PAPER, INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS- VOL. IJ. xNO. 31. CINCINNATI, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 27, 1854. TWELVE CENTS A WEEK llailij SolumHatu Ualau* PÜBLlSHn» BVII«T MOBKlKa. Al Ui« CBI—Mm    TkM    m.,    hmt. mmá Via*, by ^BERT C. RiCIARDSON, Prof’r. WrLLlAM B. tHATTUCK. EDITOR. It wm wBiBla Ibe 1iÉ*« taMI% b^mtwee’elecklBtbe tk*l Mj ba ^ _ a4t>c tba wmcm «anfat •r tba yrtaoipal awkaa at a«r a«ra r aa4 Bataya. aa4 aaawpon tt»ara from all parla aftha la aigiaatf lnyrt » aa« Ia4aatr7, M vtH ba aaeaaB ta aa •latlar^abHcaUaa, vUl 4a«ata apaatal »tlaat>aa M tba «MamatfeMapba it* AaatorLTcaa. c«aa«aca. HAParap. liiaaaAa Baaaaari. aia. It will bMaiM ta aaaaaa lar Iba b(U hpatatap tralca. a»4 «111 raaeb a larga poatlaa aT 1 ble.Ia4iaaaaa4 KaMaabp. aa tba auM 4ajr. -«laiROF 8ÜBECRIPT10N. 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Wamaa's KlclMa.—Bar. Aarotaarra S. Baowp «til 1 «atara Oa "Ib# Yraa l*««nt«.at Woaaa** TtttbtCVBWIKU tiatabar 07,' at «^««acb, aa tba Baaobalea’ iaatl-tata BUL Barata Tlaaaait Oiaib atraata. AAattiaaaa, S aaata. Ttabal far a «aaÜMaa aad t«a ^ wUaa. 00 aaata.    ^    • " *TPba LbHwo «fW0e.-1bae«*e «r tirceea*. laatHataa aaO AaaMta taaa, «a-tre*: sT eaaertBB tba earvteaa af tba aabacflbrr.araragatanO aab«<iraa«tMr Wuara, 4arl«c tba ■aaibt aT Oatabar m4 bot««bar, ta rABC BKIIJAMTV. <iatUar4. «MaaUaaL iFrrfkBl by tha Ballteara'aB« OMs R R.—TbaaaOar-fteaaa arac tla« ti^aM raeatpta ím Klaar. Baaam. Paik, Lábá. ata . ta lTa« Tar€Tni>la4a!pb a aaO BaliNaere, at Iba le«a« rarraat ratas. ROCOMAS * HABPBB. jr^4 IpaagMra Ouaat, I laMaa Mi P. H. OODOARD «ta Aaltrar la Iba Cal •arSaUbereB carter al Faarth aa4 Baca, a eaerBaaT alavaa lariaiaa. aBMaars: Aa ap^atac Laclara «paa Art. Taa iMarva apa* MUua a«t4 ParadlMlML aatbcaeU« XtMaa’aTrt ttaO Iba IMHac; Aagala. ■* bOcai aaO Era; ■MrtttaOClMPo Tba flat aaO hiaHrati af tba Tba* Haaaar» af Ra P«a*; TbtBabBtii <aaprapaiatary tal ^«¡triMtMR ihapaaaUar Tba Orat Laataca «10 ba ORlaaraA aa rBlDAT.Oai. St. at TM •'•lacb.a^ tba reeaelalas tea oaaa tba BOItDAT. WttSaBtUAYaaA FBIUaT ATKAlTuSar aa^ aarttag «Btb. aiaM tba aaa-aa U taa»|. ata*, blacla ticbaia, SB aaata; Wacla aaaraa ttabala S3; Marta l lab ai» C»r a gaaUauaa aa« VmUm. B>-tab»baáat tba    aaAattba priaaipal baok «vaa.    aei3-l«» BT    A CBY CwA-r«r FairBaB WtMaraf SRBA.—A ia« aaWa ta aar Cnatcaara aaá tba PabHa gaea-ratly. Wa Aaaat taaaUrr Uaaenwry Otr aa H, aaaaitrata tbaAMRraWaittalaa wa baratar «ala, aa U la waéerateeA tbat «abaapra g»aM« aaa «raí mi •* aaarytblag tbat appacaataa te aantiAKA»'» WAAaaoaa. «taba PUisRaaé aa«r ««autt tka ]la« Tark «arkat aBar«a. Oar ataek la aa« (bU. bath a< FieBEOeeBaeaB ■acay-OUB* Womx, . Oar rapatatfea for OaaOaaA Faaktaaabla BaaOy ■■<« Wark. «a babaaa Baa* «abItWti. H «a M JcOga kam tbaaaaaat aToar aalaa, aa «aQaatba aaatbar afarOara «afaka Rr Caatas ITark. ar Oaa4»€atta JBaaaaaa. It le eaaiidaced *ack mere «iReelt •a aaa a aaat Mac pair at Feaya tbaa aa^ atkar «arM it; bt tkla aaa tblac, «a kallaca «a caa taka 'aaO. Oaatktac «a prMa ftalaaa aa, tbat la «baa a (arataat U pnialiiO,— «l«aya baaa B taaOy at tba appatatad Ma, aa4 aa aaiy abort ■aitta. A «aaO OtcaanataaO araa rala,. TOTWaaaB Bar*» OlatbM. a caa4 aMl7 •• «aaaL arl741A«YM-aa «OBaa af M CTaetaaart «aa-LiM mmé Cake Omb- —OiacuteeTt. aeptwber 00. 1-6A—Frapoeele «Ukba rMBMO attbia aRaa kir IbraiabRc tbraa baaiiad tbeeaaa* Btm a^*M«M0«a4^MLy SSaLo*b!S^ M*4aS^ araO ta eraatbty taai»llM«a«i. aaul tba «ret day af April. UM*; «ba raaaalalag aalf, ar aaa bndrad aaá Oby lb»a»»eO baabal» by Iba bret «ay af J«lr (aMawtac. Tba prapaaltiaa ptay aaatalatba «aUcary af tba «bal at aacb «terf aa aball badaalnatai by tkaOaa Obaipaay. ar Mr-atadla tba yard «ftbaM Warba; tba eotO ta ba aaaaarrd by «4 mimi » AA** HtMVTWTe JAVB4 H. OALDV^LL, Ti LOCAL NEWS. Dcxl.—The bosiiMM kt our Justice»’ Coarta baa bean lor aoM dajs “ flat, oUle and anproSUble.” Ball.—A graod oabeoription ball waa giren laat night in Midn street Hail by Meosrs. Mine and Reereo. Tbe Ecleetlo Medical Journal for November is ont. J. R. Bochan nan and R. B. Newton Editors, Pahet,—The ateemboat Forrester is the r^ular packet (or Portsraoath and Maysrille to-day. CoKTtwDBP.—The charge against E. F. Hartman, of sssinlting Mr. Delaney, will be examined to-day, before Judge Spooner. All RieHT.—John Gaaaer, charged with petty larceny ta eteallng a $S bill from Pat McDonnell, wm sent to hard labor tor eix Moniha. Faib.—Tbe Pair at Uaton Chapel opened again last eraniog. It waa an elegant and we trust, sue-oeeefnl allAir. LimABT.—AootberJieotarer Uom the eaat. named Dr. G. H. Dadd, prepoaea abortly to give a coarse oTfcctorea bi onrcity. CaATBS.—Great qaaaUties of chairs were yesterday ehipped westward. The whole wharf waa at on tlae clotted with immense piles of them. Bbbblltom.—There «ras a small refaellion on tbe Newperi Ferryboala, yeeterday, bat the promise of Inerekflbd wagee hroogbt it to an end. Adoltext.—Joba Conly, and Sarah E, Oarrol w«e arreatcd ee Wedneaday night, tor indecent con-duc^gad win be kxamined to-day. Neither of them is of much acooont. MiLiTAKr.—Tba liberty Goards of Fulton, who immber forty first-rate feUows, elected the foUowing (dficers, laat Wedncsd^ night: Captain, A. E. Jones; 1st Lleat., S. Waiawrigbt; and 2d Lient., Chas. Lttherbory. Bocceas to tbe liberty Gnsrds. AocioBirr.—It wee reported eboot town Iasi night, that Gea. Sargeaat had been badly hart by a fail. We would regret each an occorrenoe, and troat the minor waa onfoanded. Bbwvl—The work on the aewer at tbe foot of Broadway, is progressing rapidly. It will be very uaelhl, bat should, we thiA, have beea made mach largar. Fibai. CoBMonoM.—^We Rated yesterday, that a certain gcntiemaa on “eoanting hia toes, foand them all right.” We correct it by saying *’be on ooantlng toand they were all left.” PoBE^None of oor paekiog hooees have yet ommauced their aanaal alaaghter of the porcine BmMpc ■—If M of WaIpM cad BIbR ■■ BMpy ««mIbk. Oct. t k. at T WcU. - Riti—di.a «tu ' . tk. ctTWckKk, r pUCCa Bck. applicp B. 8. UAUOll. PnacipcL rrelBhs Jtwev.-rcr «kpO«Ttpg»«p —d L—tggSwi BR iMd. IpfaTMcUM Raw Mecrwtoc tk* ta«Mn«< t«t1«a • 3OHWT0B rwtpc tk* taaMnpi t«U«« M BMaLp^^pcd a CO„ Fr^kt IgccM. <S Wi' Kaksar Moore, Anderson <k Co., have in press, and wPI Issue in a few day», the very able report ot the Rev- C. BuyaUin, relative to his recent explora-tioo of Kansaa Territory, on behalf of the Kanaa» Leagne of this city. In addition to iU merits as the fnllest and moat reliable account yet publlabed,ofthia land of promise, and its being acoompanied by an original map, ihia report will cctotain one feature which will especially commeud It to the attention of onr mwcantile community. This will be iU remarks upon the prospective msgnltnde of tbs Kansas trade, and the only means by which it can be permanently secured to this city. The PaoNoauAFUio Mao azi he.—This Is tbe tt-tie of aivery n«atly got up periodical that baa jest been started in our city, it is finely printed, and although in the advanced style, can bé easily read by thoM who nnderst&nd tbe elements of Uie scb. enoe. From It, we learn that the pnblicatlon of a PboQograpbic Dictionary is about being commenced in this city by Mr. D. B. Smelly, and that this enterprise is backed by a legacy of $10,000. We commend the Phonographic Magacine to pnbllc patronage. It is a good work and containa a large amount af reading matter. Mak TaArs.—We are informed that It la the spetfial duty of the day watch to see tbat all dangerous areas, cellars and Tsolt ligbte are properly guarded, and, therefore, when any citizen is agrleved by sach things, he can at once have a remedy by notifying the Mayor, or Chief of the Police, of tbe neglect by the day watchman to do hia duty- This Is an item worth remembering. If a complaint is made for such neglect, of duty, we will guarantee that it will be attended to. Brief Mention. race. Booen M killiof pretty exteasirely tor market bntcbera. Pork caaaot be sold for $1 a hundred though it might be for $3,7!L NoncB.—Let oor readers pemse the adverUse-ment, headed “ Belvidere Uoom,” in another ool-umn. Tbe traveling public will find the proprietor a boat within himaelf, and a gentleman in every par-ttcniar. _ A Baj> Sion..—Tbe low atage of water in the river baa cansad sach a general atagnation of busi-nesa, that maay leading houses are diacbnrgiog elerka of several years steading, tbat thus expenses may he corteiled. New Officials.—The recently elected Coroner, Dr. Mensies, will enter upon tbe dnties of his office on Monday week, and tbe SherilT, Mr. Brasbean, on the day afterwards. It is rumored that Mr. Bntabears, In tba selectkui V Mr. Charles B. Smith for hia deputy, has bean vary torteaste, CaLE»«ATiow.—The German Protestent Belief Society intend to celebrate tbe memoiy of Martin Lather, ana other great Beformers, by appropriate speeebes and eongs, in OarmaB and Sngliah, on nex^ Tnsaday, at the gronnds adjoining the German Prot-satent Asylum, on Mount Aobam. PLBASWan.—The Fair at Union Chapel, for the benefit of the 8. School, will clqae to»night with a social tea F*>ty to be given by tbe ladies. There A Cadtion.—Finding tiiat remonstrances were of no avail,in driving boyish loafers oat of the police court. Judge Spooner (like the old gentleman in the fable wbe threw etones when tufts of grass were disregarded) yesterday made an example of one yoong gentleman, who was locked op for contempt of court, «nd only let off upon satiaCactory promises from himself and bis friends. This is an excellent movement, and if J ndge Spooner and the Marshall’s of tbe police court can ancceed in driving out all tbe idle boys, they will deserve the thanks of all good clti-MDs. A dask at the older loafers and the conviction of a few for vagrancy, wonld else have a salu-tery effect. Aoquttted.—The two women, Sophia Irwin and Nanecy Oartlooker, who were charged with stab» btnff Henry Wiloon with intent to kill him, were tried and acqnitted yesterday. Several venerable Africans who occupied apartments over Miss Cartlooker’s residence, testified tbat Wilson came to her door at two o’clock of Monday morning, and threatening to kill those inside, actoally burst the dom from it hinges, and effected an entrance. Wilson received a very serious wound, but, u it did not appear who loflictod it, and as one of the women had. in terror, escaped in her night clothes from the honse, by a rear door before Wilson got in, the court diaohargcd the women.' When married men at late hours of tbe night, batter down the doors of booses of ill fame, and with pistols in their hands, breathe forth ataugfa-ter beeaoM an entrance jg refused to them, we think their death no kws to society. Let dens of infamy be broksn up, not by the licentious violence of desperadoes, but by the atrong arm of the law. A boy in B'lffalo, a day or two aince, lost an eye, by bis runuiug agaiaiit the tip of an umbrella, which a gentleman was carrying under bis arm. Ltpr—that young man to whom the world owes a living, the gentleman with whom he boarded not being willing to take the indebtedneiia of the world on hia shoulders. You cannot prevent the birds of sadness from flying over your head, but you may prevent them Irom stopping to build their nests there. An Irish editor. In speaking of tbe miseries of Ireland, says: “ Her cup of misery has boea for ages overflowing and is not jmt full.” According to the Baptist Almanac for the year 1855, there are in tbe United Btates 10,131 Baptist churches, 6,745 ministers, and 808,754 members. One of tbe most remarkable replies we remember ever to have heard is attributed to Mr. Oultou, tbe barrister. Some one In his hearing used the hackneyed ssrcssm, tbst between tbe churnhes of England and Borne there is but a paper wall. ” True,” aaid he; “ but the whole Bible is printed on it.” The drinking rooms in New Orleans are obliged law tocloee at 11 o’clock at night. •* I curse tbe hour when we were married,” exclaimed an enraged husband to bis better half; to which she mildly replied, “ Don’t my dear, for that is tbe only happy hour we have seen. A writer in tbe London Examiner lately saw a blind man looking with much sp;mrent interest at prints in Ooinaghl’s window. “Mfny my friend.” ■aid we, “ it seetua you are not blind?” “Blind! no, thauk God. your honor,” replied the man, “ I have my blessed sight as well aa another*” “ Then why do you go about led by a dog with a «(ring ?’ ’ asked we. “ Why, because 1 bedieatea dogs lor blind men.” The Rev. Antionette L. Btown haa been married to a Dr. James M. Merritt, of CaimaL N. Y. Without detracting froBi Miss Brown’s abilities, says some wag, we must say she has one MtrnU, and in time will doubtless have more! The Yankee who was lying at the point of death, haa told the truth about it. He whittled it off with his jack-knife and is recovering. A female by the name of Annie Linden, who has been parading the streets of New Yotk in garments that are unseemly for a woman, has been arreated and sent to the Penlteutiary Cor sixty days. London has 109 firemen. New York has 8/K)0; in the former place they are paid by the city, in the latter they are voluntary. The rate of insurance are five times as muoh la New York a« in London. Hood, in an article of singular humor, states that the phraae “repebfio of letters” was hit upon to iu-stnuate that, taking tbe whole lot of authors together, they had nut got a sovereign amongst them. Repeal thí duties on sugars, aa<^ It would effect an economy of at iea^it eight millions of dollars a year for the laborers of the U uited Statea. Tbe diSbrence between a Northerner aad a Southerner is said to be that one blacks hia own boots and another boots his own blacks. The Danville (Ky.) Theological Semiiuwy has now 40 stodents from eight or ten States. The steamship Union. Cspt. Adams, which sailed from Philadelphia for Southampton and Havre on Saturday, numbered among her pastengers. Right Rev. Biahop Newman. Taxes foe 1854.—The amount of taxes, in mills, eharged on esch dollar of valuation of the taxable property in the several townships of Hamilton county, for the present year, is as follows. Bymmcs 10J», Sycamore 11,40 Jteading, Sycamore 13 40, Lockland do 13,40, L^ickland, Springfield 12, Springfield 10, Colcrain 10,70, Crosby 11,20, Harrison 11,60, Harrison oorpotation 12A0, Whitewater 10, Miami 10, Delhi 9,T5,8tom 10,30, Greene 9,T5> Millcreek 11, Walnut Hills 12, Clifton 14A0,0am-minsviile 13,40,Fulton 20, Bpsncer 11,80, Colombia 11,60, Anderson 11,20, CtnclnnaU 16,75. The general taxes are the same for each township. Tbe foUowing are the rates la mills: State SAd.County 2,30, Jail and Conrt Hoose 1,16 interest on County loans 33, Conaty bridge 60,Union bridge OL, Hoose of Befuge 06, support of itinerant paopers IS, Harrison tarnpike 05, Lunatic Asylnm 1,01. With the exception of the Poor Hoose tax, which is 37, the local taxes, school, town, road and oorpo* ration, very in different townehipa. The average per centum is 12,04 l-8.miUs. Tbe 20th of December next is the last day of grace -taxes must be paid before that time or a peualty of 6 per oent. will be added. Tbe B?v. Mr. Chapin being asked of what ose the ders were in a church, rejpl power to the ministers. He was a nnit, tbe elders elders were in a church, replied that “ it waa to give power to the ministers. 1 oiphers—placed npon my right hand they iadre^ «atiieCtoMcwe—<'oaraa ov tozraAVB Waa««t arneeea—Ferew dMlMA et «taeeriMr tAew»» I «I B»»h». er •Melaiaa Sl.as«itBA tbe eow- torMnm ««M* «I BMa. er •Melaiaa W aettans «te wIVMMM tneir adveBMqe le mM k»p1I< 111 Hway At BA«0«TMEBrA WTILB4'OLLXUX TWamm* oClMtneaiee tstSA* UmMmUm la bbom UMMfh MtoHMñlM*a»Te«ññas»TMM<MeMBkn«etlB«bU e«d iMCalleea EnaMiAre eneieeZUd Ibr ploa FtfK. £yS2üSf DaeMM^steWd. Be. U FtnA aw-t. nena» WaM«r BaIb atrMA. CAJiDt-ae'i F. HPTWHnraog. Am ibW Bock bni^y, tor J. awAXBF a cu. fee. I or. tazaa BaWb» J. aWASBT AOO. wiU be eome fine aosic by the Choir, and an evening of rare enjoyment is anticipated, for generous hearts and oongenial friends «rill meek. The pro-aeads are to puchase a libtaiy (or tbe S. BcbooL Let all go. Lit: * AS FlXtUBBd. LAMFB. Aa.—Veere reealvles dell Rjr edWfeee«ewm<*tetdeeMk aTOaaend Ott FiaSnrM weMbm 4«m !■««■— eTMyW «M imek.b alf«edy«Me» eeaaad. 0«r paitama era a»l»e«i» «Itb aanck ■aracnelenae freMRatMdtogwaaahMaalMi banaaa end eeldM Mr pr1 Ae.. la «ba tea at Re lownw mtea by yu _      pri  Flpea Itariad lata d«alUnca, atoraa ■pptvTad «aamacir ar aald «beJaesla and re-aOODIM ABAUOK. ni Baiaatraa TMlcaaixed India Rubber Hom FOR PAVEMBNTS. STREETS A GAROENS I A AAA ebbt tbbbb-foubtus IWOH; in IjUU teJMSda Iteah. JnBt>aaai*«drraMtS< vy, e gnparlar arWw. and aalllnn aS axtrasaly la«pit« |yU L tSa naly la«_piteas. BABTAHIOKGUX, Onadyaer*». W«« Indle Knbbar Warehonaa, ■a. 1» Bnat Faw-h a»., eat. Main and Uyenaaar WILLIAM KDniAJl »BAiMAI«UBR ▲.'«O LttCKSMITU—ITau STRk JD as.. apeaalM tXa r«tt URaa. UmelonsO. O. itpfct aMckinary oTaU klnda mnda and r«pnti«<;tan pinand hiUlard beUasandaandr«-tnMad;l«ary end fancy ««rntawe «beriest aetlea; tmom afnU kieda nMda to ardM. B o«Mkaa«and bnnaatabbtn«ennetnally etttad 1C«IHU BlLORZEft AND    «ea. A; ad, aa lavwra ai Sna Francb Brama*. covpriaineStatnaa Braapa, Card BomlTart, Aatlqaa Taau, Cnadalabraa. ate. s#    «# Uvlu ÜM artentlen tba ladlee aapS BAEEB A TOKFHOL, Fmrtb BM’Mit. WaM at Walnat. W-TrnSAM*» BAFKB.-^ Vr EJ fean, Eae.—Uaar Mr—Wa taka nlaaanraie axpcoaatac liforttea In Iba ntUit/ at yanr Ma*»--» «lini «abadtnala ma at anr Lleaar and BacUfylac ^ I itllibwia* f- SyeaaMvaaMaat. at lb lat a >«wa aanflacrattan. Savoandad e- tlM maat aoMbosUblo «atariaL ani ■ ■    * ««a.dnysmth rlaa ««8 be IT ElxniBiTioii.—Tbe Young Ladiea’ Lys oeum, In connection with the Peamle Wesleyan Ccl-toge» had a meeting last evening at the Wesleyan, Chapel, on Vine^treet. Tbe pnb’io performances of this eadety are ahrays ereditable. On this occasion aooidiody forgot to send ns a ticket to this meeting, and aa oibars did not, we patronized them. Ibcebased.—Peter Hamsn, a hackman, «ras yee-tetday fined t«ro dollars and costs tor «rtolatiDg tbe hack ordinanoe, by obskrnctiBg the entrance to the HámUton and Dayton Railroad Depot. Justas the evidence «raa being given, Mr. Hsman jocularly infurraed the court that be «ronld board it ouL Tbe ooart eooaldmed this a contempt, and re-cunaider-log the sentence, fined him $5. Fbttt Labobmt.—A man named Pot McDonnell «ras on last Batnrday ejected from a groggery, and OB going oat «ras tripped op, kicked, pommeled and | lobbad of a $5 bill, (Kentucky money,) by John Gamer. Gaaser fled to Kentoeky, and did not return anki! last Batnrday; when he «ras arrested. Tester, day morning be «ras tried at tbe Police Court on the charge of petty laroeny, and «vas sentenced to 6 months at hard labor in jail, and to pay costa of proaacutton: BairrAL.—Henry Tappan, a hard lookiag German anbjeut, waa fined $25 for committing a brutal a^sault ar a little girl, only eleven years    age, and was or- d«red to jail for ten days, during which time he is to be fad on bread and water. Tbe girl was probably one of that dass koo«m aa wharf rate, who sell peddle, and trade along the levee; bat the assault was axoaasive and nnproviAed. Beveral witnesses testified tbat the girl «ras very badly hart. Police Court. We may expect a large increase of crime in this oityifthe number of incipient thieves and vagabonds «rfao hang about the Police Conrt day after day, la any indiootion of the re-infmcemante which acoundrel* iam Is receiving. There are, to be aure, aome decent men who take pleasore in tbe loathsume details of homan depravity, bat as a general role police men, may safely aet down seven oat of evmy ten police court looters as petty thieves, and dranken, idle worihlesa fello«rs. Those honest men who are sometimes ionnd in attendance as witneeees before Judge Spooner, will do well to remember this fhet and not stay in sach promiscuóos soeiety longer than neeeasity requires. The disorderlies fined yesterday for breaches of the peace, were Emanuel Patterson. $2; Elizabeth WiUiH. $2; Elizabeth Shannon, $2; George Thoring-ton, $3; and Wm. Fawley, $2. Ann Ccfllins was sent np for ten days as a va-gimnt. John Batcheler was fined $5 for fast driving. ray po«rer, but my ciphers have sot on the wrong side and reduced me to a fraction ” A debate upon Universalism, is to be held Nov. 8th, at Chester, 111. The diMputants are Bro. £. Manford and the Bev. J. Stafford. The Universalista have bat one College in the «Ihele length and breadth of onr eonntrj. There will be a Gonferenoe meeting of Ballon Aasociation, at Blanchester, oa the 6th Sunday in Ootober, commencing Friday avealpg previoua. Mr. Finney, a dentist, late of Alexandria, Egypt, is reported to have found a stuffed tooth in a mummy, and several teeth i a other mummie», which bore marks of filiiug. If true this ia certainly one of tbe most remarkaMe facts which modern perseverance has yet brought to light concerning the arte ot tbe anoiente. Daniel Webeteronce had a difficolt case to plead, and a verdict was rendered against his clienL One of the witnesses came to him and said, “Mr. Web star, if I had thought we should have lost the case. I might have testified a greet deál more than I did.” “It is of no consequence,” said the lawyer, “the Jury did not believe a word you said.” Ad IrLh editor, iu speaking of the miseries of Ireland says: “Her cup of misery haa been for ages overflowing, and is not yet full.” A man by the luune of P. S. Blackman, of Painei^ vllle, and a young lady by the name of Julia Htirl-bnrt, daughter of Dr. Hurlburt, of Kirtland, were spir Itually married, at tbe latter place, on Sunday October 15 th. The ceremony consistad ot matrimonial declarations made by themselves in the presence of the friends, about fifty being present. Tbe Plain Dealer says a gentleman was knocked n on Saturday night, at the early hour of eigbt Biography of Sir John Franklin- Tbe reported discovery of the remain* of this lUuetrioua navigator—whatever donbte may bo thrown upon the credibility of the narrative —furaishes a suitable occasion for colieoting tbe scanty details of bis biography, which have thus far been communicated to tbe public. Sir John Franklin was born in 1786, and, would accordingly have been 68 years of age had he survived to tbe present time. His native place was Spilsby, a small town iu Lincolnshire, in the vicinity of tbe North Sea. From his earliest years be betrayed a certain boldness of disposition and love of adventure. Hia father endeavored to cure him of his sea-faring propensities, by permitting him to try the experiment of a voyage to Lisbon in a trading vessel. Bat this only produced the opposite effect. He was confirmed in bis taste for the ocean, and would not be satisfied until be bad procuré tbe consent of hie father to his entering the navy. He obtained a midshipman’s warrant in hia fourteenth year. Hia first service was in tbe frigate Folypheme, where he was distingaisbed for his youtbfhl courage and energy. He was in tbe battle of Copenhagen in 1801, and two years after accompanied his relative, Clapt. Flinders, on a voyage of discovery to the South Sea, during which he was shipwrecked on the coast of New Holland. At B snbeequent period, he was in the Bellerophon at the battle of TrapaV* gar. In 1814 he was a lieutenant in the Bedford, wkieh brought the allied monarchs to England. He was concerned in the attack on New-Or-leans, where be gained great credit by his bravery and «kill, la 1818 be commanded the brig Trent in the Polar Expedition under Capt. Buchan. After the failure of the search for the North-West Passage by Capt. Ros», he received tbe Commission in 1819, to undertake an expedition by land from Hudson’s Bay to the mouth of tbe Copper Mine River, in coa-j unction with Richardson and Bach, to 0(x operate with Capt. Parry, who waa to visit tbe region by water. On this expedition he fol-lOA ed the ooast as far ae Cape Tomagain. 68<* 30 north latitude, and • alter incredible bard-ships, having been once rescued from death by the Indians, he returned to Eoglandln 1822.— He was promoted to the rank of Post-Captain, and three years after undertook a second expe. dUioa to the Polite Sea, ▼isiting tbe coast between Mackensle River and the Copper Mine River. By tbe middle of Aug, 1827, he had reached Uie seventeenth degree of latitude, and tbe one hniidred and fifrieth degree of longitude,but was compelled to return by the early setting in of extreme cold weathdr. In recognition of bis merits on this expedition he received the order of knighthood from George the Fourth. In 1830 he commanded a ship of ike line in tbe Mediterranean, and afterward was appointed Governor of Van Diemen’s Land, from which poet he was recalled in March, 1843. Retnrn-ing to England in the spring of 1845 be was entrusted with the command of the fatal expedition In which his life has fallen a sacrifice. Tbe two vessels, Erebns and Terror, in which the yoooger Rosa had accomplished his expedition to the South Pole, were selected for the voyage, and two distingaisbed officers. Captain Crozier and Fitzjames, were appointed as his companions. Ihe expedition sailed on the 19th of May, 1845, arrived at the Whale Fish Islands on the 4th of July, and was seen for the last time in Melville Bay, on the 26th of tbat monilL It was not uutil after tbe return of Capt. Boss in 1849, who had been sent in search of the missing navigators, that general anxiety was felt for their safety. fitted out by Lady Franklin, and another by the British Government, to seek the lost vessels. About the same time onr townsman, Mr. Henry Grinnell, despatched the two ships, Advanos and Reecne, for the same purpose. The unsucoeaafal resnlt of these Expeditious, is well kuo«rn, Daring the past year a large fleet waa sent out by the British Government, to make AMUSEMENTS. CIRCUS. MENAGERIE AND HIPPODROME COMBINED! ROBINSOK Í ELDBED Win oxblblt th«lT C0mbtn«d CTree*. ttoiMcvie end Hlppo-drom<>, to' 1b« first Umo in tbia city, on MO.\DAV, October 30, on the City Lot. Ninth slrMt, beltiresii Plum atid Weteern Row, Witb oU tbo «root Hlppodromotld Foota oT tbo NEW YORK AND PAB16 HIPPODROME! Amobe «bl«b «1» be tbo WOJfJOM&jrUi BCXZJiTUnC ACMIMVXMtNT or » m*n «olklrg upon - perlecUy omootb eoUiBg with kle /•«( vpprrmmt and hiaddoitn, portbratod IW MB. O. V. BLDBBO. LA PBHCaX, by MMtrt. BOCHFORD sad RENTZ. TbU n^reordleory porfoiaaonco boo eroeted «atarenel vocdeT ODct odmlrotiou, *b««li>g beouUful feat» of BALANCtka and ELEGAIIT ACROBATIC FOBTORniO. by Mon*. KBNTZ, on a pola thirty faot bich, hoM be Itc. W. KOOUEORD. Among the tnonmorabl» mrt kám «bo eamprlaa thUgrtat «»• «abliibmant, tb» name- of MADANB ROBINSON, tbo poerl»»» Xquutrteum»; Mr. W. BOCHFORD, tbo Prodigy; MasTSS JAMBS ROBINSON; Maaras JOHN, and tbo great Southern aad Nortbei b BiusorUt, SAM LONCI, otand pro-emlnont; «bo, «itb tbo nnmorOBi Uot ot EQCFSTRIaNS, dramatists Afffr AaBOhAT*. will apperr ia tb«fv -arioB*oAaroiaot. TUB BAND, comprteiag tbo flrrt mnoleal tel«Dt ia tbo oountry, I» lod by the iadomHablo MBNTOB, tbo Srot Bwglor of tbo ago. In adaltOB to tbo abovo, L SPLENDID COLLBOTION OF WILD ANIMALS o( rare cbaraetor, Iroia the foraou ot AaU oad Africo, iochid-iog tb o magnifieont PSRFOBMtNa ELKPHANT, BÚL1YAB. «I'l bo thown at each exhibition. Door* opon at ft o'olock; partorwMCO lo owamo^ 7 procuoly.    S. HBNDRICKS, ootZSiH.    Agent, Danciog School. #MELODEON HALLW CORNER OP FOURTH AMD WALNUT. MONS. ch. BRNBdT, GRADUATE TEACHBB OF tbe Cotumatoir* or erand Opma of Par»» IM tba buaor to Inform h«» former patroaoaad tbe otUoooo of Clneta-Bcbool «1U open tm. aATUBDlAT, buaor to uatl and rlclnity that hU Movombor tbo itb.    _ Tbo new Parlor Danco«. La Vareo»kwoo. the Parlaian otyio of SchottUfA, aa taught to Now Xurb by Mi Coiain. will be Uiioduced tbls Wiator tatl^ two new Foucy Danceo. La JTatiriltoao aod Zoadolotwo. Mous B, alao roapeotfuUy inform» tbo Ladioo tbtt Madame aS;.*"5K olotwo.  ____   b»t    Madame RKNaRÓ EBNKST. late DanoeUM of tbo Ormai Oa»a of Part», wUl loach Ladiei and Mmmb ia Claoaoo or Prtrata Clame» for Misseo and Mwtaro. WBDNBMAY8. THU B8-DAYS and SATURDAYS, from J to ft pTm.. aadSATUB-DAy MÜBNINGS from 9 to U A-B. „ .    ^ QeniUmon’» Evening Ula*«, WEDNKSDATS and 0ATUB' DAYS, ftom 7 to 10. ft®- Term», In Clarseo per qaartarof 24 loooons, WO. M-na Kraoat may bo aeon at tboMModaow Hall ovary day rom 10 to 12 A: M.    _ , GRBAT 8UCCB881    BMI MELODEON    HALL Crowded Nightlrl Frankenstein’s Nisgara Is daligbtiag and aotonlsbing aU ClneinnaU. Can bo so for tour uigtau moro—closing positively Mooday. October 30. IÑ>ors opeo at a quartor boforo «oven o’elock; oxhUMtiaii begins »a 7 M o’clock. Admiasion 3u cents. Afternoon Exhibitions Boginningat S o’clock, on MONDAY, WBDNBSDAT aad SATURDAY. Oc’..2SU. 26th and 28th.    oc23-«t PlANOd AND MUSIC. Few days.—Just iasned a now editkm of tbo abov« aoag OaU (or Wbi. C. Peters A Son’s Bdltloa. Wor Ja by Alfred Burnet    a,a«a “Oomo Darkioo and wo’ll slog a song. Pew day s, f»« days; The words were made by Lucy Long, I’m going homo; Tbo music wm# set by Jenny Lind, Few days, few days; It’s snug by all tbe darkioo to raioo tbo -wind. I’m gomg homo.’’ We have also published the eovreel Redltioa of DK TUDEB SIDB OB JOBDAM. For s»lo by    WM    O. PET^ *    . OC2S    eoroor    Fowrtb awd WalawL , COLUMBIAN STEAin JOB pruvtino E8TBL.I8HMENT. oounniAJf snururo. tiubo stksst, an. «almuy A vnra. The PROPRIETOR of the Coluwbtas would Infbrm the pmbn« tbat bo has ootWHiohad ia corutaetlow wjth to pa. dopartment. m BOOK AKD JOB PRIKTIlro OTPl^, tpMa injD Ha arrongimwto. and of«« extowt tbat will bio tbowmce to meet all roqnisitlon that may bo made upon ft with «ho utaooatdlopatob. THE MATEBIAIS ABE EVnXXLT NEW, aoloetod with groat eauw, osd of tbo latest and most imprwvad atyle. The best of workmen are empkryod, and WowBca pew-pared to exeeato every description of Book, Job and Ornamental Printing, la a snpoilor manner and with tbe ntteoet dispatcb. THE POSTING DEPARTMENT. of this oOoo la tnforior to nena in tk«city. ana cowurisos a In aaoortment of tbo fiDOst and lateet «pecimon» of tbo large plain amd ovsamontal WOOD TYPB «tmanfbatntod. Tbooftftcola tharefore prepared to print Every Description of Posting BUlk, at tba ihortoet notice, and on tbo most reasonable terms. gW-Partlcular atlontlOB given to the exoowtkm of BAIL road printing of every kind. Hoviog in uoo the lauat improvod STBAM MACBINB PBEESbS, wa are enabled to fill tbe largest orders at the sbertoit boMoe, with an awnuanea that tbo exeeotlaii srill bo Wtb In etyle and price, satisfactory to all who mav bo^dispoe. od to patroBim tbe OotnmMMi Job KrinttBoOaos. _CHARLES    N.    MORRIS,    Snpt. THE BOOK TRADE. GENERAL MAP ESTABIilSHlfENT, Ifo, S Oollsge HaJI, Wslnnt street, CfaBclaiaati, OUo EMBNDRlfHAJjL, MAP. BOOK AN* PBIYT • seller, baa constantly on bsnd Guido Books of ell kinds. School Apparalns, Ontlino Maps, Atlooooo omdCaoet taaro, Oaalogteta, Anatomical and Aotrooomlcal CbarU, Qleboa, Mieroeeopee, Drairing Inotrumowts, As. sw>26 ly-bUaw BUT PO» CAJiH AMD BUT CHK Al*. Mtoore. WUW«eh,BLeys * Co.. ^^FVBR tbr solo, low for caob. s largo «ssortmsBt of Thoologleal Books. MoUgloaB Books, Modleal Books. Sdootlflo Book^ daosloal Books, Sckool Boeka, Mnslo Books, H Hymn Books, Holiday Books, Jnvsoilo Books, Misesllansoos Books. Blank Books. Bold wbrissto and rstaU. at AfCiienltnNtl Roaks, iortAultaral Books, oeSO ) sad TstaU. at sotlafaetoryprisss, by MOOBB, WILBTAOH. KEYS A CO.. 28 WMt Fourth street. QOLBUliN Jk FIBLP’M, do    .    _    . o’clock, on Euclid street, nearly opposite St. Paul's Church. Clevsisnd, and robiiofl of $150 in gold. tbe.wife of a Rnmor says that a few days since, hackman being Hi, tbe pbyoicion in attendance re-oognizsd the watch upon her table, and which she said was a prsseut from her husband, aa tbe oos worn by the murdered Mrs. Sigsby. It is also said that iuformatian was givea to the police and the watch recovereiL but that tbe cabman and wile have disappeared.—[Cievelaiid Herald. A fellow named Thomas J. Guppy of Corrinth, Maine, was receutlv charged witn rubbiug the store ofH. V. Dez er at Co. of some thousand dollars worth of good», and oonfessed the theft, but aa be is wealthy, and /las bun a number of tiu church, the Eastern papers are ezpressiug bupea be «vill give some explanatiou tbat will clear him of wilful crime. They seem to thiuk he may have been compelled to do it, or else did it in a somoambulic state. Indeed. six yeM daocrtptiéeThÍBofKg after epee t aCoM sSrovorytbtag te g^or    ^ Sor. Iu tondartog «0 you owr aiwcoro e-wtlflcoiion, wo do not bmii»»» «> reeommMd your Bnftte to tbom is ww-t of «och os wnloio, as wo know from exporte-oo, tkot they truly or*, wbot tb^ rt»»»i n tm bo. “«»0 proof.” IIAHIRR, BBISTOL J CO. I wowld eon tbo sttontloii of my friend» and tbo nuMic tu gooiral. t-> the sb eve leumr. buudod to mo by Mason. Wilshire, Briotol A Oo , ext aaslve I qaor morehsata. It is well known by «bo CT«oinw»ii po'oHe, tbm ■evorul of my osfeo. of diCorout ■mo», b«vo »(ood »r ls*o. Very aovero tests. Among otbors, I . Very ___________ ta ^ Sre St Mr. Scovill’a, DrsgrUt; tbst of ■r ■ Davis A C«., «row merehsnai ssd l^uodoro; tbst of Mr ilUit*. sasp sad escdU Isetor. tba* Measrs. Uiresud A _ iTWB. Ilquar ^ wino saerebsms. Tie a asMo sll csmo out vieiarioua, adtbougb swrrounded by tbo most oombewUblo A Fimb Animal.—We aoderetand that the Sweepstakes were awarded to the yearling boll, “ Lord Sglingtoa,” at the State Pair last week, in addition to the first prize, which be took in his own class. This very fine snimsl is tbe property, and was ims ported by Mr. David Wilson of thu city. Tbe pedigree show» tbat “ Lord Eglington ” is descended frt>m pure blood, and tbe winners of first class pr zes, at all ages, wherever exhibited in Great Britain Hia grsnd-sire winning one gold and two silver medais, beudes a challenge cap, valued at 100 goineas, in one day. This shesrs the importance of breeding from good stock, which we strongly recom mmid to all breeders. The River. The Biver oontlnuea to fall, haring, receded inc hes witfaia the lest 24 hours. Tbe Northerner ia the regular nuul boat for Louisville to-day i The Minerva arrived from Pittsburgh yesterday, and we are obliged to her clerk for information of the boats she met. Tbe Belle Golding, Evansville and BrazU, were aground at Blannerhassets Island. The Minerva met tbe Castle Garden at Bavenswood and tbe Cuba at Poor Mile Bar. Eight boata «rere np for SL Louis yesterday, and this competition brought freights down to 75 cents and passage, which waa $15 the day before, down to $10. Tbe FL Pitt arrived Irom Madison and «rill soon be laid up for repairs, while the Sommit will take her place aa the regular packet. The Aurelia Wood commenced rnnning on tbe 26th as a regular packet to Richmond, thus taking the place of tbe Lancaster. HovIbc oequkM ull the Uu impvowinaut*. I J-.ro iwr tlml my Sofeo ore isArior to none miMio thtasldeths rnounmins. •a «0 Ike ou y opp—rw*. I comWao ne«tn»»s with durabtlt- potroDOgo U o-pia    O.ÜVBAN. r. wuxva WASHl NGTON MIEAN Si C0.¡ ■OILMB MAKXBS AND DBALMBS IN nrx aBS PBEPABXD TO XAKE TO OBDBB TV sD deeetipUeee of lAudMte Beet Boners, ■« theikeA mt aeOto, oad aa the moot Avorsblo torma. AR porsoas iu qimilM work ia OUT Uao will do well SooxsmlBoour work sad as saad aa osooTtmrat ot wow aadi I tkov wUl aaO law or orxokaago lor •Bdoaooad-baae Post Offiob Dxlats.—The chronic mismanagement somewhere in tbe Post Office department, «rberebj lettezs and papers are not received from (Thleago, and in some oases, even from Toledo nntil six or seven days after they are mailed, ia occasion-ing very general eomplaint among oor citizens. The evil has be«i brought to the attention of Dr. Vatttn, and an inveetlgatfaMi has shown that tbe fanlt >e not in the poet office of this city. It must be at some other point. Bo great L the incsnvenienoe which it occasions, that eofoe of oor merchants refuse longer to send letters by mril, as they can get them thioogh by ejqwrea to any part of Northern Ohio, Indiana, or liUnois, nearly a week sooner. Will not the agents at the department probe this mattM aad discover ivbolato blera«7 Marder and Euicide- A shocking effúr,by which a man and «rife named Smith were seut Intoeteruity, occurred in tbe village of New Windsor, abont four miles from Newburgh, N. Y., on Saturday night last. The husband had beeu for some time in a depressed state of mind, and fiually wound up his earthly career by murdering bis wife and then taking bis own lite. Tbe first tbat was known of tbe occurrence was on Sunday morning, when some of the neighbors entered the dwelling «nd found tbe wife dead in her bed and tbe lifeless form of her bosband lying in a pool of bloed on tbe floor, with his throat cnt from ear to ear. But the strangest féatnre of this aad affair is that the body of the woman bore no- lue alighteat mark of violence and appeared as though she had fallen asleep in death; and what adds still more to the mystery is the fact that the neighbors were in the house tbe eveuing previous and found both in their osual health The penions who called upon them state tbat Smith was unosually rude in manner and very blasphemous, and upon his wife’s upbraiding him and telling him that she did not think his conduct a proper preps'ation for the Sabbath, he remarked that she need not worry herself about that, as neither of them would ever spend another Sabbath in this world As it was his habit to make reckless speeches notb ing serious was thought of this expression, but tbe mumlog’s light revealed a scene that fully realized bis fearful assertion. Coroner Parmenter of Newburgh waa summoned to bold an inquest over the bodies on Sunday, but tbe result of the investigation had not transpired at the time oor informant left Newburgh, yesterday noon. It is snppoeed, however, tbat Smite administered to his wile some kind of poison which bod an immediate and deadly elfoot —[N. T. Triboae. renewed search for Sir John Franklin. Mr. Grinnell also despatched the| Advance, under the command of Dr. Kane, on a similar errand. But all in vain. Betore the annoaacement of the recent iatelli' genoe, no* farther hope was cherished that the lives of the braYs explorers bad been preserved. Their names were some time since stricken from the Admiralty list, and orders issued for the recall of the Expeditions. Brazil.—A correspondent of the Washing-ton Union writes from Para that the body poli" tic is one grand componed of Portuguese, Spanish, Indian, and Atricao, the latter largely predominatiug, and rapidly infusing tbe sable into the textnre of commonity. Amalgamation is as common as existence. Many of the fnoc-tionaries of the government are mulattoes and blacks, while the army, excepting a few oi its other officers, is composed almost exclnsively of blacks. It is quite as true here as in Boston, that a white man is considered as good as a negro 80 long as be behaves himself. It cannot be supposed that all this mass, half of it illegitimate, can be educated, while a greater part of the education given to the last is but superstition or submission to taxes, tbe church, and to an eternal round of “ feetas,” or feasts of saints. Consequently, they are in no manner prepatred for repablicanism, if indeed, any country bad tbe dlaposition or the power to force it on them _______   T8    WKW  FtiUKl'H stro«t. h*T8 tho boot aid ebuipoBt, AccordeoDO and Kluttooa to bo SMind te the city, cull uod oxamluo g|oc23    .7*    Wool    Fourtb    olroot. VIOLIN. VIOLON CKLLO AN 1> Gult»r Sulucs, in ifm-t ▼ariety, tor solo -t ^ OIM.BUBN* FIELD’S, No. 78 Wnot Fourth •troa*. Smith A Nixun’o Bulldius. oc24    Noor    Vino. © GUITAKM, VLUTKM, CLAB.UNAT8, .xmr* Violins, Uo-», aorln Oultor oud VtoUn Ajpu VtK». BTidxo*. Toil-pioeao, Flue*r-ko«rds, Ac., olX^T OTory deocnpdon, for aole ot    . COLBURN A FIELD’S, oc2S    *    No.    78    West    Fourth atrooi. M. BALLHAUSE & GO^ KAXtrrAOTDRUO. lltrOBTSaS and osolsss ui AliuicAl Inatrumeats, No. 120 Wolnut sL, Kost tide, bat. 3d sad 4th, CINCINNATI, O., Aceerdeona ond oil kiuda of Muiiaal Xaatowwoais uoot ly ropoirod.     Jon8l-ly. TBIAHUM MOH 1M55.—Tbo subocrtboro iurtU otton. JLF tioo to their odJtlon of Dlorleo for the eoauiux year, com-prUtByTarloas style» and sicee, odonted either tor the count-ins room, the study toblo, or tbe poekot, coosiatinc of>- CLAYTON’S LARGE QUARTO DIARY CLAYTON’S OCTAVO DIARY, (three Bizee;) CLAYTON’S MINIATURE DIARY; CLAYTON’S POCKET DIARY; DALLY REMEMBERANCE, (blank date.) Ferr the rteorde a( burtaeoa oltslra, memorocdusmi ofea-Ca«omoa*s, or orewts, or for the nao of profra.ten.1 bbsS; atthwr os o do oil of bualnoao or obaer-votloa, they will bo touod taich-to «aoiol. as thoy eoal«i« suAelent spoeo uador moh-dote tor (UU ond complete memoroodo. For trorolers ood toarla*, olthor for roeordlac oreDU of tra»ol, ar fo* tha mootoI purpose of » tketeh book ot obaorwoUoa, they will pro-ro woU adMlod. The qa«rto form boo booa adopted by man» mcreaatllo ftriaa lor tho purpooo of a **aoia roeord,’’ and by iasuranco officara (<« nottuK cxpirationa of riaks, lor which it will ba found motbodlcaUy arraapod. Thooe editiona ara printed la handsome style, oaaaporflno paper, aad bonad la different kind* of btadius. aaltlo( aeat-Boa* aad *«ren(tk. For salo by O F. BBADLBY A CO., oeU    1*7    Maiaatroet. tANM Arn.HATS, I    1    A. ■. aAKuai. ruoKaaiomt, i    l    joa> APPLEGATE A C50., rovjitroBD U ft* HTftVa Booksellen, Pablithert A Stationeri 43 Main Street, CTadunatl. * Wo batro, in addtttoa ta our own Tahiabla pubHaaUMUi, larsa atoek ^ tha moat daairablo Books pubUabad Oar Sehoal atack awtbraoaa aU boaka of merit naad ia tha Waa*. PAGED BLANK BOOKS, Maanlbeturad of tha best Linea Paper, la aay atyla doolTad. '    ’    '    Tho    Tiada    supidiod AU ordoro moatn executed. tho oetl4 the BEST STOCK of Sacoap-HAirp Fiajio« U 3 9 O In tho Weal. 7 3 9 jj 3 For sale at No. eO.Waot Foarth    j Prices very l*ow. • RKMUVAL —Tha auhacribw haa morod hia Nook aad StaUouery Stock, from 169 Main street, tp No. 11 West Fourtk slreot, Soutk sido; whero he lateado to koop a kworal aaaonmeat of Family and Pocket Blbloo: Commoa Prayer aad Hyma Books. Poetical Worka, Hiatorles, Sohool Book», .tyrieaUoral Works, and a largo assortment ot misoellaneoaa Hooks; foil and half bound Blank Books aad M—eraadaaa; Cap, Lattar, Nota and BlUat Papers; XnTalopaa; Roll srnd Fockot Maps; Faoey Articles. Sc., Oe. On ba^. a supj^ef Mje. Stpwa’a aawJWork—SauF M-m- orlaa of Foreign Limda; Thoughts aad Tbhtgo abroad, by Blihu Butrlu; This, Tbat sad the Other, by Mlaa K L. Chandlor: Haroe* aad Martyrs of tho Modera Miaoioaa. ry Katoracioo, Uona’a Popery, Ac.,do. aug2    A.    WATSON. lilterary- There are in Great Britain 1844 persona engaged a» authora, editors or writers—1738 malea aud 105 famalea. ▲ course of lectnree before the Catholic Literary Aaaociatioa of Albany, will commence on Nov. 15th. The 172d anniversary of the Landing of William Peun, will be celebrated in a few days by the Pennsylvania Historical Society, in the city of Philadel-pbia. John D. Defrees, for many years editor and pub-liaber of the ludiauai^lis Journal, has disposed of his entire interest therein. R. S. Bulgrove, Erq.. who haa written the leading articles fur the last six months, «rill be the editor. Tbe Bev. Thomas R. Pynchton, M. A., Rector of St. Paul’s Church, Stockbridge, Mass., haa been cho-■eu to fill the newly endowed Scovill Professorship of Chemistry and NaturalScieuce in Trinity CoUege^at Hartford, Coun. The Allumni of Columbia College are about to celebrate, by » public diuuer, ibe centennial anniversary of tbe day on which the charter waa granted to Columbio College. Tbe N. Y. Historical Society will alao have acele-bratiou in Nuveiaber. The Rev. John Lord is lectnriug in New York before the Mercantile Library Asauciation. Bis sub-ect ia “ The rise and fall of tbe Bourbon».” Tbe first iectnre embraced a sketch of the times of Henry IV., fiom hia accession in 1589 to his death by tbe poigoi, ard of Ravaillac in the year 1610. Mr. Lord has selected for the second le 'tare Car' diual Richelieu; to be followed by Louis XIV., Louis XV.. aud la.itly Napoleon Bonapait. The Charlottsville Advocate thinks there will be not leso than 650 students at the University of Virginia this sessiou. The N. W. University, nnder the patronage of the Michigan Annual Conference, ia located eleven miles North of Chicago, lilinoia, on the shore of Lake Michigan, and tbe line of Chicago and Milwaukie Railroad, and will be put in active operation, aa soon aa aaitable bnlldings can be erected tor its accommodation. it is reported to have a fund of $250.000 above all liabilities, aad will iocrense it to a half mli-ik>n. It will embrace an extensive course of instruction in oonnection with fourteen distinct professors-■hipa, exciosive of tbe Department of Law, which will be organized at uo very distant day.” Public Lands —It is estimated that daring the last quarter, 6.000,000 of acres of lands were entered at the reduced prices established by Cobb’a graduation bill. The largest proposition of entries have been ot lands purchasable at 12 1-2 and 25 cents per acre—those, to-wit, which have been in market 30 and 20 years respectively. The law limits the privi* lege of entries under this act to persons who pu^-chase as settlers and cultivators, and restricts the quantity which any person may buy to 320 acres. It requires an oath to be taken before purchasing, that the applicant is entitled under the law to enter at the reduced price. Tbe amount of perjury committed is said to be almost eqaal to the extent of land sold; but the Department of the Interior has given notice that in all cases where fraud and talsehood are proved, the patents for the lands entered will be reiused. A woman said in a police court, the other day, that before marriage her husband pretended to be much struck by her, bat now she waa every day struck by hhn. 300,000 4.ÜÜ0 g.o»* Stool Fena; lUU d08 Gold Feo*; 600 do* Porto Monuoiee, Ote., ate. For sal* by    BGGBRS A CO., oc7    127 Walnat stroot. W*.Third aad Feartk NBW and SFLKNUU» UOOUN.^not oP«od UrA» oud beaotifol aaoortmoat at rich Fsbct QooOm and Fktlor Ornatoonu of onr own importation, whlott wo «Sir St *uch pric». a. canuoi foU to    ^    PHUL. •pl6    No.    C2    West    Fourth stroa*. ANNAFORD’S Intalllblo Roach Destroyer.—For th . . immedlaM aud lato deotrnetloa of Roaehooaad othar oiml Ur vermin. Thla raloablo proparation 1* dodgned to oiiaply a want that h<t* long boon felt by all bonMkoepor*. aad U It ew- wnu. .un. long i—— — - —.-------------    . fidently recommended to them aa «ho desideratum that tbsgr have so long been seeking. It bao bara taotod la nwborloas instances, aud uavor known *ep29 Iw    8.    W.    eoraar    SUth and WosSara Bow. ■7«RBD. K1D4JKLY JD t«o MnncHAMTa. No. Lending. CO., GoMxiauox Ann FoawASs Staycamoio straot, aoar Fnbllo 16 »«p28 BBLS. S. H. MOLAS8BS. FRKDBIDGDLT A OO-No. 3 Sycamora otroot. RIDOKLY A OO. T O BBLS. 8ALARATDS for aalo law to elooa 1 O    FRBD    RIDGBLT    A    OO. MABBlsE YABD. , ^ AVID BOLLES, ArtlhooT, aad Oaalor la Marhl _ eaat Kldoar Vina sUtoa bat wo ,Fltth aad Slxtk str^ tneinaetl Ohio.    oopl»-dly P Otnt CIT7 TRADB. 9- SvoCKTox, oomor Weotorn Row aad Loogwortk, takoa Indiona and other toroign bank notoa at par In exchaoga for Hosiery, Glovoo, balrts, Dfwwora, Uaukorchlot*, Cravata.Ac- traveling facilities. The Cleveland Leader of Tuesday says: *‘0n Saturday morning last a man waa found upon tbe aide of the track of tbe Mansfield and Newark Railroad, between Mt. Vernon and Manafield, witb hia skull to badly fractured that a laree part of the brain was exposed. When found, he was aenaelea», and died abortly after. Hia remains were brought to Manafield. It ia supposed tbat be waa one of those who crowded tbe top of tbe car», returning from tbe State Fair tbe night before, and tbat the injury received wm occMioued by falling from tbe ears. We could not learn the name of the deceased, bat from a letter foond iu hift posaeasion, it is prs" .«ued h« wUl be identified.” The railway train» Uave thia city dally as foUowt: UTTLX WIAMI KA1I.BOAD. Passmiger trains Ioatc on tho Little Miami Railroad for Co lumlus, Zauesville. Crestline, Pittsburg, Cleveland, Buffalo and the Kasteru ciliea, at 6 a m, 7 60 a m and 6 pm. To ob-taiu tbe benefit of the r«duced fare to Buffalo, pasaengera must take the 7 60 a m train. Sprlugfield, Delaware, Shelby, Sandusky city and Detroit, at 6 a m. Morrow and Lancaster at 7 57 a m, and 3 06 a m. Hillsboro’ and Ohlllicotbe at7 60 a m, and 6 pm. The 6 a m train, is tha ’Lightning;’ 7 60 a m train tho 'Steam boat Kxpross;’ tbe 3 06 p m train the ‘Acoommodation;’ and the 6pm train the ’Mail.’ Afi trains, except tbo accommo- | datloii, carry mails. A train for Columbno leaves on Sunday at 2>i p m. ClWCIItKATI, HAklLTOX AUD BATTOK KAII.WAT. Paasenger trains leave on the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Daytou Railway for Eaton, Richmond, ludiauapolis, Uager own and New Castle at 6 30 a m, and 4 pm. Terre Haute aud Chicago at 6 30am. Dclphos,Toledo, Sandusky, Buffalo and the Kaaters cities ot 8 20a m. Dayton, Troy and Piqua at 2 15 p m. Dayton, at 4 pm. Uleeudale and Hamilton at 6 90 p m. oaio Axo Miuissirn xaiuioad. Passenger trains leave on tho Ohio and Missiasippi Railroad tor Louisville and way statlone at 7 1ft a m, and 3 1ft p m. Madison at 7 16 a m, Indianapolis at 7 1ft a m, and 3 15 p m. Torre Hants and Chicago a* 7 1ft a m. Tho 7 46 a mils tho ‘Indianapolio Bxprois,' and earrios tbe | moll. Me Snuday trsdno. OOVIMGTOBI AND LaXIHOTOX KAU-kOAB. Oponte Paris, 80 miles. PoMoogor «rains leave on thia road for th* torminno at 7 a j m and 9 40 p m. Tho morning train connocto with tb* Mayo-vlll* and Lexington Railroad at Paris, which onabloa gore to arrive In Lexington at 1 o’clock. UNITED STATES Expresa Company. (Office No. 11 Ba»t Third Street.) WIUL. HBUKIPT KOR aiOMKY, PAC9LAUC8 x.iD MZ*0UaND1SK _ t 1 J For Dayton,    Islond, "    tiprlogfield,    St- Louis. • •    Saudusky,    « V'l ’ ”    IndlauapolU,    Buffalo, "    Chicago,    Nsw York, • •    Detroit.    Boston, ** MUwaukiee, and all the prlnopal town* and cítiso in _JNO.Q.BaMRR.    Agent. AMKS—100 do* steam bent aud root Ham**.— AiVlBB IIW uo    ^    PaTTBBBoN    a    CO.. No. It PuhU" Landtag. _______ For sale by ocft Direct Importation of Fane] rM«tlE SUB»VJtttBlia.».ar* now op M. ment Goodi. alargo aosort- itoofthotr an^ _ meiut pr tine F^cy"artlcl*a and ParKrOrni ownlmportatton, comprUing: Bronso Statues, Oroupa, Candelabraa, Ac; Parian Marble Bta.ue* and Oronpo; French China Vaseo, Card Rocolvors, Bptttcons; Silver Plated Tea Botta, Oak* BMkoU, Castora, Ac: All of whioh w* are prepared M soil on th* moot roaoonahl* 80D2S    No. <2 Fonrth street, woo* o* Wataat MaBonio and Odd FoUcwm FURNISHING STORE. WM. AHDIS, SIxtB-st;, BacoM’s Boildiliff. Sliver Trimming*. 8t.r*. fio*ett*o, Peaknlvee, Ac.,^ for sal* at the lo wo*t price*. ■99 A-* J'VJ'B domen Porto Monnalos. lOOdoten.Oold PoiA, o4o. FoTaaloby    ^    .    RGGRR8AOO. Wholoaal* StaUenery DealorA^ ocjl.    izr    Walnut    botwoon    3d    and    «th. PllIl.UBOPHICAL and Optical InitrnmvnU. a* eastern prices, 26 Baal Foarth otroot, oppoaiu th* Poot UBc*. (..incmnatl, Ohio. Baromotor*, Thermomotor*, Hydromoton. Opera Glassea, Telescopea, Spy Glaseos. Magic Lantorn* Siereseopce, Poekot Coaspswoes, Drawlag I once, Fockot Composoea. Drawtag iDsttnmra^ Ivory Scales, iNvider*, Ac..Ae. Electro Magnotfo and Magwotle Klooule Machine*, for medical popoooo. ^ Higgn AM Machine*, for medical pop***^ «Jq Ha AA AMS»lte JBAS a N B.—Bopairing of Baromotor* promptly attoodad to and ^RÓ?£ÍÍS¿2IlDr‘: John Looko. Sr.. Fref. JteT. W«>^ OollAH. ora or Ooa Ftaturo*. Lsum. Obandoltors, Girándolos. Taso* Parlor Oraamanto. Tea Trmy, FUtod Ware and Fancy Aril too. —ALSO— Moiiiitaotniori Wootom Agento for «ho oal* of Wiweght Iren Gas and Btoam Ftpo. Gas Metora, Ac., a* Fhllatofrala Lis« Frlc*. wholoaal* and rototl. Gas Flpostatrodnead through dwoDlngo.otoroa. and bbI bnUdlnga, la a onporior and workmanltk* masno» at lowoi BAKER AVON FKUL. jylS    Fourth otroot, area «iWatanL 0A»MA.-«O    1.I»    ^ oelO    coraar Mata and Front •trasto. . C9 Woo* Fokrth otroot Moofaetaroo and Import lUlO ItFIPMM.—IftU boxoo Whito Fipeo; JL    190    ..    Indian    do    .for sale by ^    froSRA    A    FBAZEE. oclO_comer    Main and Front «toooto. THAT HAT1 “YOUNG AMERICA,” NOW READY, GOING FAST, RAWE’S CENTRAL HAT STORE, MSlm    S«4 WKSTKIUII HOW. ____________W^RAPPlNaPAPICIl. 6UUÜ fftftin* ftftd bondlvtt •fttrft    Kftc ftad IÍMB9 Wrapping Papo^bost quality in market; SUOObundlooBtraw WrapplniTPopor;    .... UOO roam* Toa Wrapping, crown, modlnm and daubto crown;    _ SO reams doohl* modlnm Wrapping: 40    do    mammoth    do: 800    do    gonulno Manilla; 900    do    Imiutlon do; 100    do    Cotton Yarn Paper; 100 do Batting do; For oato by    K.    a    GOODHA V A CO.. ■epll__________ 34 Pearl rtroat. St o Load Broadway, Maanfiseturon of Whit* aad Bod Lithrago. WhHlag. Pntta. and CTdor Vhiogar. Also—Doalor* la Foroign and Domastict ooara* Painto. aad are agents for th* sal* M Tbo*. Schwarcs’s oolobratod Paiia Green, whiek w* oSer at Now York priowi. Per Sato—A sntaU StaamBa{t-o abont llttoon hore* U3L WOODS 00. LK ing IIACHINKB.—Bavin* r^ycd Ik*htgUoot P<ml-a* all tho loading Falie throughout this oenntry and Bn-ro~ thoe* Marbtooe now rojoio*In ih* more odhataatial re* ward of th* largoot patronoga over bostowod npon any Sow-teff MftchiifcSa ^Tboy are al th* highest finish, and of avary variety of ota* and stola. and adapted to stU th* waato of the sowing oommn-nity.- They ar* ell secured exclnsively to th* pn.pifotoi'» bP fottor* patodt, aad Uooaood undor th* original patoat ot Elias ^An**ax*mlnati«a 1* all that 1* aakod or nooded. Exclusivo righto tor dlstrieto wilt b* oold oo roaoonable term*. Thee* machine* can ho soon at th* otto*of tk* Company, No. Its Main otroot. ortl-lw_L.    F BEERS. 8w.. Agent. Counting Honse Stationery. poB • ALK h, th* pack.,* at    by oc7    Na    127    Walnut otroot, bet. Third and Fonrth MACH.KRKL Me. S’s ta bbls and half do. for sal* by tokAnmmL.xiv.0    HOSEA * FBaZKB oor. Motn and Front »treo«e LAVURXNU KXTBACTS. for impMllng a doll-tíou» tooto toall anteo» of oonfooUonary, htanc mango, lolll*» oak**. *0., of oovoral difforont flavor», for oalo by |*iu*»,oa*ee,    •    WAKNAirrtiin    ' JolUo» ee99 JNO. W. UANNAFORD,' W. eorwor Sixth aad Wo-tern Row, Ov.n HYB WHISKY.—I wonld calOh* auoation e my cuatomor» aud all othoro, to a fin* sample of th* abovo. which 1 have lately oponed, and whmh I caa rocom- mond to them aa far proferahle for medical purposes to muck ibAi Is sold as ’’pure French Brandy.” thatloooutao.Tiure» jmO. W. HAMNkFORD. ee99    S.    W.    corner    Slxtb    and    Wottorn    Row AT^ 'T'ftW a rt «C — Á lar.ro aud commodtun* Warehunoo. t htoa 9 stoitos high, with an oxoellont dry ooUtr, poMMstag all U>« oonvenioncoa of modera ImprovomoSta, Ac., for root upon favorable terms Th* above I■ well lighted aa« veutllatod-etatrally locatod, baa batebway», hoisUsg apparatas, scalos, M... od Inkaar* U8*d and warrantod not ^ rub off—frmn 89,601 iAWpmTlMiMaad. Oall and am Spodmoito at th* DAILTOQlVIIBIAM. »oamOardj^ Job Otto., IK«r Oolffmbtan Bufldtog.Sdt.

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