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KST," "FOUHD." BOABDIMQ." Ac-Ad-ertteements
oom ,ng mirier these headings, nntez.
Ceadlne Sve lines. will b Inserted twio for 9Aoent
WANTED- 10 A-BikIimw Paper, hr W.
II. r(HI,lT8. H i WMt Third-st. itk im
vT 11 . fill l.Lll-8, Nil Wert Thirst. ec-A-am
VI Ar-Tellr TO BI'Y A gcod oltr
T Meggy. A tigress BITQUV, this offlm
ANTKD A ODOIi l'AII.OB-To work in a
tun. Apply at 140 Went Slxtb-st.
WANTFD SIX JOURNEYMEN HOUflK-PAIl5TFrt9-Ar-ply
to JOUS KEAN, at th
'lt7 Building, Niuth-st. ocl-b'
WANTKK TO KBvT-ln Covington, small
llcuse of three or four rooms. Addrwi B. B.
J., Bnx l,W?, Cincinnati. .'Vl.i
WANTKI-SIX rlKSI-ULASH DRESfU
M vkiKS-None other need apply at 136
Slxth-et. , sc2.j-
M ANTEB-A PARTNER With from SUsli
T !? !, cash cupitnl. to engage In a specula
tion which Hi vleld seventy per c?nt. prullt. Vor
particulars, rnqnireat 4 Lower Market-it. ocl-b
1VA.TrKn -A OKRMAN SERVANT OIRL
' Wn(i ran spcnk Kngllsh. to do general house
work. Innn're immediately at 190 Srcaniore-st.,
t) -tween I' i ftli a-d Mixlh-sts. ecM-b"
WANTr'l-TINNItWI-A aw eoinn-tent
workmen cnn Unci employment at .10I1N 0.
SCIIOOI.KY A OO.'S Factory. '.J03 r'roeniiin-streivr,
lietween Ninth and Richmond. se2'l c
ANTKI) KVKKV ONK-Wheiher inr out
oi uumnese, vn setia lor our circular. It Is of
interest to all, and coals you nothing. Aidn-
BOBBINS' A PP., Cincinnati, Ohio. jyat-tf
WANTED -Cf.OAK MAKFK3 We want
tyrr-nty-five flrst-clasa hands. None oth'-rs
tli'ed apply. Togoodhsnda lilict-al wheos will be
pnid. liKUSiljjCO., No.9!i Fourth-st., op
p aite Postr-fflce soM-o .
YITTicO BOY-At No. 3 West Fourth
v v who can read and write None need apply
Under fourteen yeara of aire, or who cnn not bring
undoubted testimonials of honesty, .veracity and in
lustry. ae.T0-li .
MTANTKD CLOAK-MAKF.BS Fifteen ex
pfrienced cloak-mnkora. To ronllr good
liands, the highest wages will be paid and constant
employment given, at WILSOM'S, No. 78 Wost
WANTED An American, English or German
tllrl, to do the housework of a small fam'ly.
I.llieral wages and good situation. Apply at Lll'
IIAN 8 Loan OAlco. 38 F.at Fourtli-at., Olncin.
nati, oaadocrfrom Sycamore. ocl-bs
ANTKD-Clieap family gronpa ara taken
Rraph (lallenr. corner of Firth and Mnio uni
peiple are supplied, anil yet the cry Is,
' otill they come " for superior works of art. ocl'b
WANTKD-Tm earriage-drtrers, one female
V V cook, two dining-room girls, three girls lor
general housework In city, and two girls to do
warhlng and ironing In the country. Apply at 1 ST
TValnnt-t,, up atalra, to N. J. OHAPIPT ocl-b
W"'1'110-'1'"'0 UOOD TAILOBE8SK8-T0
work on cnetom coata and pants. None but
firnt-rate hands peed applr, to whom the best wagea
will be paid. Apply at the back shop, 8. W. corner
of Vine and Becond.ste., fonrth atory. ocl-b
ANTED-MKN-AI1 rospectable mea seeking
sitnntioua as clerks, salesmen, Ac, should ap
ply at the Merchauta' (Jlerk'a Registry Office, l(i8
w alnnt-street, liong established. Beference to the
best houaea. eet-b,l HAI.K A 00.
WANTED BORR0WK118 For JlO.oim, on
collateral aecuritiea, consisting of watches.
Jewelry, merchandise, etc. Apply to W. H. PHIL
LI P8, Real letute, Mot and Bill Broker, 83 West
Third -at. soai-1
WANTED A VOUNQ MAN Of good addrTaa
and gentleman-like habile, to learn the Am
Jirotype bnslnees. He must be willing to traroK
Salary only sufficient to pay expenses while learn
ing. Apply at JOHNSON'S Gallery, Ninth and
Mai". . ocl-l)
WANTED A L1KENE88 For fifteen oenta,
in case, and from that to fifteen dollar.
taken daily at Al'PLEGATK S Mammoth Ambro-
ype and Melainotype Dexit, corner of Fifth and
lisle. Old Daguerreotypes copied. Mark the
-R ELIS F To rallxta her on
br eivlnff Innse to lh lmliffnn.it
Anger which his TacTllati ig conduct had awakened
111 ur generous apirir, sne returned tbe Jjlkeness
that was taken 04 JOHNSON'S Uallery, Ninth and
J'atn. . ocl-b'
WANTED-Sherman'a Taut mind desiringjto
... "Peat can learn he was put down by human
willtoconTlncea world the strongest mind, look
ing through God, founding hit inatltutiona and ex
pressing bia rules to sustain the laws of life, must
govern the world, lacking a stronger mind and
allowing better things to look Uirough. JAMBS
K1LBV. , . seao-b'
WANTED To ssll doable-entry book-keeping
scholarships on Bacon's and Ohio and Gun
dry's Commercial Callages. Good for day and even
ing and full course of study, and just the placs to
pend the long winter evenings; and yonng vnen
eve money by buying oertiBcatss of W. . AUKLKY,
north-west corner Sycamore and Third -su.. Tattle's
Xxcuange Oflics. sell-ami
g7H)R 8AI.E A Retail 8 sock of Groceries, with
JC Ijease of Store and one room attached, suita
ble for meat a feed business. Address GROCERY,
t this QflMSK se27-f
AI,B-VO,000 worth of Brandy and
-aV pure Bourlion Whisky to trade for city property,
town lots and lands. Address LOGAN, Box 81 T,
for one week, with full description and price of prop.
rty. si se30-b
pOE 8 A I-E SALOON Doing a good business,
, with lease and fixtures. The toue baa five
rooms, with gas and well furnished. Wilt be sold
, cheap, as the present occupant Is about to leave the
city. Apply at No. il9 Central-avenue.
, ia30 tf) .
FOR 8ALB-FAUM-A fine Farm, good for
0 . .fru,t or raP0, of 90 Acres, thirteen miles from
j Wsln-st .on the Btavia Pike, in good condition,
.. and is offered for sals In whole or part, on long time :
4 or, if desired, will lease the sams for number of
years. Apply at ths north. west corner of Walnut
-aou i;anai, in tne intra story, otovs rauern nop.
T7HR SALE TO CAPITA L1WT8 I have for
JL aale, at a great bargain, eight new three story
1 Brick Houses, just being finished, In tbe west end
of the sity, that will nay ovsr twelve per cent on
the investment. For particulars, apply to OKO. H.
duvi n eujifiMM MHiAe3Di,7i nest tniru-st.
OR LB ROCK RV WITH LKASK-Od
-I one of the chief buriDeM streets of the city, com
.Iwanding m Kuod end growing trede. A choioe op
E)ort unity for a profitable inreetment of money and
indtutry. Kpasoe fur nelllnK. going to the ooiiBtry.
Addxeu OMlJil.Box f37, GiaoiaiwU Pottot&Qe.
f7KR 8 A US A GOOD LITTLE FARM Of
. .1? forty ecres, in Kenton County. Kr.. about six
i in .I eolith of Covington, on the road lBediog from
iihe Lexington Turnpike to Latouia Springs. Nearly
ill of thfs lKUt) is under cultivation, and oenetdera-
I ile of it mull adapted for a vineyard and gardening
Aurnotes ; all under good fence and well watered,
,vith a comfortable bouse. Will ell it for per
ere. which is much lews than any such land can be
k.ii lit for in that neighborhood, if applied for
..ithiu a tew days.
. 8A UVL A. SAROUNT,
i I No 3 Apollo Bulldhigfl,
. 4 e28-c - ' Comer of Vlfth and Walnut-sta.
'fjsoit H KMT BOOMS Two Booms on second
(l? floor fur rent. Apply at 19 Kace-street. one
t oor below yront. st-.'V) ti
OR RENT BOOMS Four Booms, No. 340
West filth-street, botweeu Central-avenue and
john, second floor. se30-b
UOH RFNT OFF! OK At 174 Vlne-st.
m.' tweeu roartn and Jiirtn
Apply to A. IirCK-
NI 001'KB, Surveyor, upstairs.
FOR KEST-H')! HKSTwo Brirk Dwelling
Heuse, one with eight and the other with sMv.m
oome, in good order. Apply to I. A P. Ht MBLK,
FOR. BENT 0 KFICE B On Third-it. A
biuall oilice, at Sin per month; alao a small
Apartment aljoiufiift; alito a largo front oilice, whole
(K. Bli:i)lt, In said onice. soau-p ,
mI?OR MKNT-RAILROAD 0FF1CK-A well-
'iHi1y Picks building, snftuhle for Railroad or Iu-
- Jitiunru. fWHiu. 1 nnls at PMSsnniintlnn-lvuiiil Vlnaa.
Ht., oppofiite Cuittoni-house. , wj16-u
(OAK UIMO A nice front mora unfurnirshnd,
J3 tor rtnf, with lMard. to a gtAOtlmnnn and lady.
1 i' Apply at 37 Loiigwurilicornt of i
1 J (wea-bj
I HOAUUIXJ-Two or thrne gentleman can Im
J Jl acLoinuuHliited with a ploasiiiit. airy frout rom,
f T d the iM CJiid iijor, with or without botrd. Apply
j i ail 193 wf.t Thud -it. Terms moderate. sc'Mi-h
1OAMDINU-rainillrs and sin-'le gKiillemrn
MM can be accomui-dut'd aitb board aud pleasant
r.Mims, furnished or uefuruiahea. Several siuglo
rooms ciio also be had. U -hordera wauled. Ap
ply at t7 Third -st , eaet of Broadway. ocl-h
OAII IIINU- A
pleasant front room, with
d floor, for . uiiil ,. mi, A
m boaiiltng, ou seooud floor, for 1
wife: also, a aide room, on the sams Hour, for two
young turn, iteiereuoe reiiuired. Apply at IS-A
1l) A It DINH.-Sevi-nil voung geutienien can be
Mm actoiiiuoilaUMl witlt pleaeaut fnnit roonu and
good board; al o, two or three fHiiiilies. Terms
moderate. Northwest oornor of Fifth aud Broad
way, No. H9- aswl
KIIAIlDISItr Two gentlemen aud their wlvesj
or four. ingle geotlemeu. can besccoiomoiiatea
with nics rooms slid lioard In a privets family
where there are no other boarders; go, Ac. Address
H. Dully Vrnu office. e3u-b
1OAK1INO A genlleaiau and laily, or a few
MM aiugle gentlemen, can be accommodated with
ftrt-cUia boarding, and front rooms, lu a private
femily, by applyleg at 184 Fluin-at.,abova Fourth.
K. B. The house is furuinhed with gas aud hath
room, with hut aud cold water. ee27-f
I VyOUWANTTpSEIX ANYTHINOf
I s W Advertiss in the DAlLI 1ES8H, sua yoa will
bavs puyers 10 iu.i a saw uas sua
largest circulation ia the sity.
fmO YOU WANT A HBHTANT O" ANY
19& acilption I AdvartiM in ths UAlbt VMlaI.
It cosu but a trine, and ui will sous hare your
sraui suppueu. H , .. . ; . A
IOST-A black -and -tan Terrier Bint Pnp, abovtt
J three daya ago) had a blotch on her back
about the sire of a half-dollar. Anyone retnrnlng
her to 603 Kighth-st. will he suitably rewarded.
II West Fonrth-.tmAi usr 11 n -. nw . v. ;.
"Wca. t aoo-b
I OKT- Between the IT. S. Falr-gronnrt and Cnm-
mlnsTllle, a Book, ountalnlng railroad bills of
lading and receipts. The finder will lie aiiltahlv re.
warded by leaving ths same at 4H Publie Landing.
IAJiT8?. "Ptemhar , on Fourth, Race,
A fifth, Central-avenno or 8eventh atreeU, a
email jianltsgs, containing one yard ano. a email
piece of Bird s-eys Linen. Any person finding ths
same, wi 1 confer a f.vot- t. 1..-(.. - u. . I wn
IJEKrMKXAI.-Mrs. ELIZABETH LYNCH ran
find her mother, who arrived from Marietta, at
1S t'ntter-at. se.10-c
STOI,KN-!0p-A certlllcnte of deposit on
(illniore, Punlap A Co , for IliW, In Fred.
Hacker a ravnr. Taken from a trnnk at the Spencer
Honnf . All persons nre forbid purchasing tlie same,
as payment has been stopped. FRED HACKER.
TV Ale WILSON McGtsEW,
South-west Corner Main and Fourth-t9.
Way Clocks and Watches repaired by experienced
Al'CTlON 8AI.E.-BY.IAC0BORAFF A 00.
'i!",.Tl,tl'T,,Kn Asylum Property. On
WTlDNESDaY AFTERNOON, October 3, at half
TT' 'J"Se o clock, on the premises, on the south
side of Ninth-street, between Kim and Plum, tho
lot on which the Orphan Asylum stands, witli the
Improvements. Tbe lot is forty feet front by elihty
feet deep. Terms of sale, one. third cash, balance
in one and two years, with six per cent. Interest, ao.
cured by mortgage on the premi.es. Title good and
aalo positive. , JACOB UHA I F. Auctioneer,
s 18 East Fourth-st.
ArCTION SAI.E.-BY JACOB ORAFF A 00.
Brick Dwelling-hmue and Lot. On MON DAY
AFTERNOON, Octolior 1, at half-past three o'clock,
or the premies,, a brick house and lot on the north
west corner of Fourth and i'ike-streets. The lot is
thirty feet front by eighty-feet deep to an alley. Ths
house is two tioriee and an attio In hight, with a
finished basement, and has aside entrance. On the
first floor are a ltrge ball, double parlors, good-slsed
dining-room and kitchen. Jn the soconn-story are
four chambers and bath-room. Two fiuinhed rooms
In the attic. In basement are a wood-cellnr and
coal-cellar, largo kitchen, vegetable-cellar, furnaoe,
Ac. Terms of sale, one-third cash, balance In one
and two yeurs, with six par cent, interest. Title
good and sale positive.
JACOB GRAFF, Anct'oneer,
' 18 Kast Fourth-st.
Al'CTlON SALK-BY COOPER A 8TOKE8.
House and Lot on Central-avenne, No. 614.
W ill he sold at public auction, on TfJKHDAY AF
TERNOON. October 8, lfon, at 8 o'clock, house
and lot on tbo east side of Ceniral-aTenue, opposite
IJavld-Blreet. The bones contains sight rooms.
The lot is 25 feet front by 156 feet deep, to Provl-dence-street,
and ia on a perpetual lease, with ths
privilege of purchasing, any time, at $.-i0 per foot.
Terms of sale, one-third cash, balance In two
equal payments, one and two years, with six per
ALSO At 4 o'clock, two vacant lots on the west
side of Hnmllten-road, adjoining the Mohawk
bridge, being on the corner of Hamilton-road and
the canal. Each lot is 22 feet front by M feet
Terms of sals, one-tenth cash, balance in one,
two, three, fonr, five, six, seven, eight and nine
equal payments; Interest payable annually. Title
perfect. COOPER A STOKES Auctioneers,
seao No. 14 East Fourth-st.
AUCTION HALR.-tOLLE A LLOYD will
sell at auction, on the promises, on WEDNES
DAY, October 8, at in o'clock A. M. preclsaly, ths
well-knewn FRAZIER FARM" of S3 acres, finely
located, at Latonla Valley, Kentucky, near Latonia
Springs, three and a hall miles from Covington, on
the Bank Lick Pike.
Sixty -three acres are cleared and nnder cultiva
tion ; twerty acres fine, heavy timber.
The Improvements are : A two-story Honse, 84 by
40 feet, snd lying back about 80 feet from the road,
with twenty good and convenient roosts, two cel
lars, halls, porcbes, etc; throe fine springs and a
large cistern ; orchard, and every variety of choice
fruit, grapes and sbrnbbery.
An is property is vaiuaole tor a
COUNTRY REBIDKNCE, OB BOARDING
HOUSE AND GARDENS.
It Is only half an hoar's drive from Cincinnati,
and the railroad oars will abortly run direct to tha
bouse. There are three acres wsll adapted for a
race-course. Two good tenant-booses, barn, oar
rise e-houce and stables.
Omnibuses will leave Tolls A Lloyd's Real Estate
Office, 60 East Third-st., at 9 A.M., on ths morn,
tng ef the aale, and convey parties free to tho
ground. Terms easy. Cala positive. se28-f .
a. DANCING SCHOOL. jj
MR. AND MRS. SHANK RESPECT'
FULLY inform thslr former patrons, and the
citizens of Cincinnati and vicinity, that their
DANCING ACADKMY will open
On Saturday, October 13.
In addition to ths "Court Quadrille." " Prince
Imperiale " and " La Rnsse Quadrille," already In.
traduced by Mr. and Mrs. Shank, variety or
Will be brought forward during ths season. One,
' THE QUADRILLE BTIRINKNNE,
Especially adapted to the developmant of graceful
movement in children.
For circulars of terms, eto.. apply at Mr. and
Mrs. SHANKS'S Private Acadnmv. a.1a Wnln,it.
St., between Sixth and Seventh. ssa6-f3lp
Hanks'sEcll ana Brass Foundry.
NILES WORKS, (formerly George L. Hanks), No,
ltfe) Kast Second-street, Cincinnati.
nELI.H KEPT CONSTANT!, YON HAND
or made to order, of any also up to 8,000 pounds,
and in chiniea, aa wanted. Every variety of Brass
Work and Brass and Composition Castings made to
order. Also, on hand, Babbitt Metal and Spelter
Bolder, and every description of finished Braes
IRON PIPE AMD FITTINGS.
Particular attention given to Steamboat Work,
mch as Wrought-iron Piping, and Fittings nut up;
Steam and WuterGBiigea, Motalic Packing, Whistles.
1th wers, Engine Bella, Ac. Lager-bssr Cocks and
all other varieties always on hand,
seau-tf THOMAS FIRTH, Superintendent,
Flour and Produce.
XXa . "CtTesst TAi-ir-ci-sstt.,
CINCINNATI, OHIO. Se29-c
Plumbing! Plumbing! -
I AM PREPARED TO FIT IIP BATIT8,
hot or cold i Water-closets, Pnmp-liydiauU.
Any work In my line promptly executed, and on
the most reasouable terms.
se-S 101 Sixth-at., bet. Vine and Race.' '
nARTOI.f ?.ION VS. ELIZABETH
LION. 2i 807. Common rieaa.Divorue. No
tice. The defendant will take notice that tha
plaintifT will take the depositions of sundry wit
nesses, to lie used on his behalf ou ths trial of ths
above causa, at the oftioe of John Livingston, At-torncy-at-Law,
No. I'i8 Broadway, in the city of
New York, on the 12th day of October, 1460, be
tween the hours of V o'clock A. M.and 5o'olocx
P. M-, and proceed from day to day until the saute
aro nnany conciuaeu. jt'tin a. riA t r.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
IHE UNION STAR DANCING ASSOCIA.
lioti wiu give their
First Grand Party of the Season,
At the Melodeon Hall, corner of Fourth and Walnut,
ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1340.
TICKETS... 9 1.
RECEIVED ON CONSIGNMENT -4
tiuiitlifoni iur Jrlhh V luky, Iroiu " Pow.
era's lHttillery M auperiur artlt li. four years old,
WIU bcbuld low. WM. B. BAH BY A OO.,
actu f Burnet Iiuiuvu iiutlding.
St. Croix Bum.
2 PUNCHEONS. ON CONSIGNMENT
toraal. by VYM B. BAKUYk CO.,
seW-f Burnet House Building.
1KVTICE TO WHOLESALE TO V.
Ji VEAI-EBb. Parties wishing to purchase
- Should apply to ths maker,
J15 WATEB-BT., BETWEEN VINE AND BACI
TV K.w tm nwin u.-s dhkmh new
J. CodusU-Iu slurs ansTpir sale by
AAUDN A, COLTER,
Is . - . ais) and 3A1 ltainC
CME CIDER VINKUAR.-18 BRXS.
puis Cider Viuegar.
AABOrf A. COLTER,
sel XllsasidS AI at.iit.
j j XaW. Oaass BuitJlug kd luirdt, T
THE DAILY PRESS.
BIOMDAV...... , ..OCTOBER 1
McTgnROLoaicAf, OBtnraTATtoRSB Honrs
Ware, Optician, September 30:
O'c.oc. Banm-fr. Tkm-mrmM.
t A. H ;s Above seri .to
It M...,.....m..l!Q6l Above aer- M
P. - ..J9.M Abovs aero-M
Personal. 0. , M.' Mitchell, Hirmerly n
resident of this city, will deliver a course of
lectures on Astronomy, In Chicfigo dnrinir
the present week.
Railboao Oyrici pob Rint. A vrell-
rentilated, plensnnt room, on the first floor of
the Daily Pnams buildin(r, suitable for rail
road v insurance office. Apply at the Pmss
Counting-room, Yinc-street, opposite the
Democratic Mkkti.no this Kvrnino. ITon.
nerschel V. Johnson, Democratic nominee
for Vice-President, and Ellis B. Sclinaliel
of Pennsylvania, will address the Democ
racy this evening at theSIxth-atreet Market
Tnn Homicidr or Gublioh. The Investi
tration of the circumstances surrounding the
homicide of young Guclich, will be resumed
this 'morning at the Hammond-street St-tion-hou.e.
Knnbe is still at large, and, wo
fear, may never be arrested.
Wnr.Ei.ER 4 Wilson's Sitwirfo-MAOHiNEa.
The first premium for sewing-machines was
awarded to Wheeler k Wilson's Machine, at
the recent State Fair at Dayton. The large
increase of sales within the last year, shows
that their merits are fully appreciated by
SCICIDB OK ACCOtlKT fr HBADACttB.
Mrs. Harah H. Green, of Lowell, Mass.,
committed suicide on Thursday, by throw
ing herself into the river. She had been
troubled with a severe headache for several
days, which had become so intensified aa to
turn into insanity.
Rrptjblicam Mebtiho. Hon. Benjamin F.
Wade and Hon. Benjamin Stanton will ad
dress the Republicans, at the corner of
Eighth and Mound-streets, this evening. A
large turn-out is desired and expected. It
was originally intended to hold it at the
Sixth-street Market-space, but the pro
gramme was changed on account of the
Democratic meeting at that place.
Arrest or ak Allrqbd Horsh-Thiip.
A man named Jacob Cauck, who, we be
lieve, resides in Illinois, wag arrested day
before yesterday on Race-street, having in
his possession a horse and wagon belonging
to a person named Barker, residing near
Cumminsville. The whole bad been driven
from the Fifth-street Market-space by the
alleged thief, who was confined in the Bremen-street
Station-house to await an exam
ination which will take place to-day.
WlDB-AWAKK DbUONSTBATION AT HAMIL
TON. A Wide-awake demonstration wag
made at Hamilton on Saturday night last,
whioh, in every respect, proved a success.
Over 600 went in a special train from this
city, and about 800 were present from other
places. The whole body paraded the streets,
with their torches, m&king an imposing ap
pearance. After having enjoyed tnemselves
to their -entire satisfaction, they dispersed
about midnight, those from this city reaching
home about one o'clock. . ., .
- Ecddbn Dbath IN TBI City Pbisom. Day
before yesterday, about half-pant four o'clock,
we saw a man lying on the cold brick pave
ment of our City Prison, evidently laboring
under excessive physical pain. In answer
to our inquiry we were told there was
nothing the matter with bira but a whisky
fib but little as this was, it wag sufficient to
kill him. Ko physician was near while we
were there, and no attempt made to relieve
his suffering. Coroner Carey held an in
quest upon the body, which resulted - in a
verdict of death from delirium irement. The
deceased waa a German named Bonjamin
Whithorn, about thirty-two years of Age,
and a widower.
Rkmabkabli Shbiwdkbss or a Dbtictivi.
A Wtll-known Citizen Mistaken for a Coun
terfeiter. One of our detectives, who has at
tained a reputation for shrewdness which
we believe to be much greater than his
desert arrested a well-known citizen a few
days ago at the Burnet House upon a charge
of counterfeiting. He had received a war
rant authorizing him to apprehend a man
named Guthridge, who had been practicing
upon the citizens of Seymour, by exchang
ing spurious bank-bills for genuine ones,
until they became indignant and determined
to be revenged.
Armed with this writ, the officer lounged
about the street-corners, hotels,- railway
depots, and other publio places in the city,
until he met the individual to whom we have
referred, and who is as extensively known
as the Ten Commandments, and as universally-esteemed
as Public Opinion.
This person, whom we will call Joe, was
very well acquainted with the officer, and
when be touched him on the shoulder and
requested a few minutes' conversation with
him, the answer was, "How are you Sam?
Certainly," and the 'pair being in the ro
tunda of the Burnet, stepped to one side
that they might not be overheard by the
bystanders, when a conversation somewhat
like the following took place:
Officer Looking steadily at Joe.) Ain't
your name Guthridge?
Joe (Laughing.)- Guthridge? Oh yes!
my name's Guthridge never was any thing
OfBceir When did you leave Seymour?
Joe (Becoming interested.) Several
years ago; but why do you ask?
Officer (With a self-satisfied air.) Yes!
You're the man I'm after. I'll trouble you
to go with me.
Joe (Still more Interested.) Go with
you? Where? What do you mean? I never
lived at Seymour.
Officer Nothing; only I've a warrant for
your arrest, and you will oblige me by ac
Joe (Considerably alarmed.) Why Sam,
you're joking. This has gone far enough.
Come take a drink.
Officer Not just now, thank you. Will
you go? -
Joe Pshawl Don't you know me? My
name isn't Guthridge; it is Joe .
Officer This description is much too
plain. I can't be mistaken. I've been look
ing for you more than a week, and you
can't fool me now with your laughing. , I
know all about that dodge I've been there.
Joe now became really annoyed, but it
was in vain that be assured the officer he was
mistaken. The house, he said, was full of
his acquaintances, aid twenty persons could
be found in ten minutes who would be will
ing te swear not only that his name was
not Guthridge, but, also, that he was no
At this moment, one of the proprietors of
the Burnet came up, and Joe requested him
to tell the detective who he was. Mine host
looked at him for an instant, and thinking
some jest was intended, smiled, and said,
"why I don't know you," and walked away.
The officer was bow more than ever con
vinced that he had found the Seymour
counterfeiter, and was in the act of carrying
bis prisoner to the station-house, when some
parties came up who knew both the per
secuted "Joe," and his evil geiius, the de
tective, and by their aid he was released
For the first time, the policeman now re
cognized the man whom he had arrested,
and remembered him as an old acquaintance.
His manner whs, of course. Immediately
changed, and with a most comical expression
of chagrin, disappointment and sheepishnesa,
lie exciauneo, "sola, oy u a," aaa .disap
peared. - 1 bo real counterfeiter, whom Joe re
sembled only in the clothing he happened
to wear, nas not yet oeea discovered: ana
all that is now necessary to make the detec
tive suddenly remember an engagement in
remote part of tbe eity, is to ask him if he
acquainted with man named Guthridge,
who tormerly intested, the UlUe town
The Prince of Wales Passing Sunday in
Cincinnati—His Attendance at Church—
His Interview with an Irrepressible
Democrat, and Other Incidents.
Yesterday, no doubV would have been
considered cliarming in England; but here it
wa regarded as extremely S11idl.il nnd
-nperlaiively miserable. It wns clntvly,
chilly, muddy, murky, raw, rainy; nnd if it
did tiot -rain cats and dogs, tbe sole reason
was, lwCHU?e ruts and dn9 would not come
down in such detestable weather. Yesterday,
indeed, was a complete London day, "gotti n
up," regari'less of expense, by Nature, in
honor of A. K. Guelph eBtns 18. Tim pe-ctiliar-Tirorioscised
boy must have been de
lighted with the last day of September, and
we learn that he arose fully four aud a half
mmutes earlier than usual, and was so in
spired by the occusion, (hat be drew on his
boots without the aid of any thing but a stiff
cocktail. "How like Hinghind," saidAlbert
Edward! -"How like Providence to do the
hnndsome to the heir-anpirent to tbe En
glish throne. I respect Him He is the Kin?
BREAKFAST AND DEPARTURE FOR CHURCH.
Baron Renfrew partook of his breakfast
future historians must remember this in
teresting fact; for no event of his life will be
more important breaking his egg before ho
ate it, and transferring its contents to his
mouth with a spoon let it bo borne in
mind, with a spoou.
After his matutiml repast, he attired him
himself for church, not forgetting that hor
rible nondescript bead-covering, supposed
to have been worn ry Adam on his first
spree, and to have been battered by Mrs.
Adam usually called Eve in the vain ef
fort to reduce it to the fortm, popularly styled
A crowd of four or five hundred persons,
notwithstanding the rain, had assembled
about tbe private entrance of the Burnet to
see the Prince come out, and it waa with
difficulty he was induced to attempt to force
his way through the enthusiastic toad-eaters.
He summoned his resolution, however, and
On reaching the lower corridor, some half
tipsy fellow went up to the Baron, and clap
ping him on the shoulder, said: "Hallo Al,
now are you, old boy won't you take a glass
of lagerf Don't say a word; but let us go
down stairs and take a nice quiet little horn
to the memory of Washington, and the
health of the Star-Spangled Banner. Never
mind that old fogy, (looking at the Duke of
Newcastle, who was gazing in wonderment
at this strange proceeding); we'll give him
the go-by. Mum's the word."
The Baron, who could not help smiling
very good-naturedly at this extraordinary de
monstration, acted, under the circumstances,
very sensibly. He thanked the irrpressible
Democrat for his invitation, and saying he
had not time to drink just then, passed on,
and taking the arm of the Duke, was in a
minute more in the carriage, all but the hat
that could not be gotten into the door it
was removed and placed in two vehicles to
THE PRINCE'S CHURCH EXPERIENCE.
No less than five or six hundred people
were gathered about St. John's Church, cor
ner of Seventh and Plum-streets they had
been keeping watch there for several hours
in the rain and when the Prince and his
suite were driven up, a rush was made to
ward his Royal Highness. He either thought
they intended to pick his. pockets or mob
him, and called for his hat; knowing if he
put that on his bead, he waa safe. No one
would dare attack him when surmounted by
that capital paragon of horror.
. Tbsre's mch divlnltv doth hedge
a shocking bad hat, no one but would tremble
before its amorphous presence.
The police went to the rescue, and the
Prince was put in a pew without peculation
or bloodshed. All eyes were on him as he
entered, and he was evidently annoyed. He'
should have tied a sheet around' his nose.
No one would have recognized him then
without his hat.
THE EFFECT OF THE SERMON.
Bishop Mcllvaine delivered an imnressive
and able discourse on , taking bis text
from a large work entitled "The Bible." The
text was we forget; but as we know the
rnnce a on t recollect it, we do not Consider
it our duty to remember.
Albert Edward bowed his head, as the
sermon proceeded, in token of submission to
the Divine will and human drowsiness. He
may not make much of a kincr. but he's a
capital sleeper. He is endeavorine, we are
informed, from his admiration of Dickens,
to prove that "Joe," in Pickwick, was no
mere creation of the author's brain.
The choir sang most appropriately :
"Waits, sinner, from thy sleep 1"
Albert Edward did not awake, however.
but the Duke elbowed him sharply, and the
mnce answered, "wneres my bat," and
after a second elbowing, "Braidy and
water." He was aroused,sSnally, and, serv
ice over, departed, a drowsier, if not a
NO MORE CHURCH FOR THE PRINCE.
The Prince was to attend Church ia the
evening: but he had had enough. ' No argu
ment nor entreaty could induce him to pro
again. He remained at the hotel, smoking
and sleeping, and declaring, like "Jerry
Pln.un' in th. .1.. 1.- 1
No wonder, poor wretch! . he has been much
A FEW WORDS MORE OF THE PRINCE'S PERSONAL
Albert Edward is, we ara bound to say.
after repeated observations, very homely
ne resemDies an Aztec on a targe scaie. as
the Indian said of his mother, after presenta
tion to her he "don't handsome much."
He no more resembles tbe pictures taken for
him, than he does the Egyptian Sphynx.
There is not a young man of his years in the
city, of refined parentage, that is not three
times less ill-looking than he. He can't
help being homely; and it is fortunate ugli
ness is no crime; else he would be hanged
THE R. H. COSTUME.
The Prince does not know how to dress.
Beau Brummel would doubt his descent from
George IV. His clothes are vile. A num
ber of our young men of fashion wish to
know who is his tailor. They desire, when'
they next go to London, whom to avoid.
THE PRINCE'S DEPARTURE.
The Prince will leave the city this morn
ing for Pittsburg at nine o'clock. We pity
him for tht bores to which he has been sub
ject in our city, all the more because the end
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IB IlUb VC. AVOW XU1B. W11L UUISU U11U, WO
fear. Peace go with him and his hat re
Cincinnati Horticcltdbal Society. The
Cincinnati Horticultural Society met on
Saturday morning, but the meeting was in
formal. Mr. John Mackoy, of Covington, Ky., ex
hibited a number of fine, large, late-maturing
free-stone peaches, a seedling which he de
sired the Society to name.
Mr. Thomas McGechin, from the Reading
road, exhibited a seedling yellow free-stone
peach, of the first year's bearing; about one
bushel on the tree.
Gen. M. 8.. Wade presented the large Ger
man prune and a seedling plum showing
their lasting qualities. Both these fruits
have been ripe for four weeks, and are still
hanging on the trees. They are of a deli
cious taste. Gen. Wade has brought the cul
tivation of this fruit to a high stats) of per
fection. Mr. I. N. Laboyteaux, of Madison, Indiana,
sent three peaches for a name.
- Meeting or the Landlords' Association.
The regular monthly meeting of the land
lords of tha city was held at the Walnut
street House on Saturday evening. No busi
ness of any public interest was transacted.
After the usual routine of "affairs" was over,
the members of the Association (at down to
a well-spread table.
The loss during the month of September
from deliuqueuU was $59 25 less than dur
ing any previous month. A resolution was
parsed to consult a lawyer upon the "action
ability11 of publishing the names of delin
quents to the diiferent hotels. "
Tbe next meeting of the Association. Will
be held at the Deunison House, iv
[Specially Written for the Cincinnati Press and
A love-proof lock wedlock.
Motto for a hangman neck or nothing.
Few of our Justices of the Peace are
pieces of justice.
Generally, husbands,' like fish, - are
caught and nearly all of them in-seine.
' A ntan with music in his soul A chan
with a pair of rqueakitig boots.
tftinn whnt rleitv ahnnlrl tYtrriteinArl anl-
diers cnll for aid? Bacch-us.
- Shakspearesn motto for an undertaken
"I came to bury Cicsar, not to praise him."
"You must take that back," as the horse
said to the man who was mounting him.
When docs an accountant become dan
gerous? When he is an adder.
The last wish of Cleopatra's heart was
The last explosion the' world will a-ver
hear the crack of doom.
. TT -..! . I- nn4 41.- -A..l r ....
uiw.bj .a ik, w.nj mid aim ui wis, out
the essential of happiness.
Tl.- luol wnr tf 1na-n .1.- 1 . 1" l
inn uudi tt oj iv i v.i u tne VH1UU VI UVe
dollars try to borrow them.
TJtTU-M - m- 1. n - k...... . 1. . . I f .
iii-ii . i. u um uui.uui. mo ittiuer ui a
female child, be has reached a cri-sis.
Blondin has acquired his fnmo unjustly,
for he has roped himself into reputation.
Three letters in the alnhahet are smml in
God D E T.
Marriage on a death-bed is not onlv ro
mantic, but highly desirable it is of such
short duration. ,
If there is "a divinity that shftDes our
ends," she must, judging by most persons we
meet, be a very bad artist.
Persons, in winter, are-often afraid they
will slip up; their only fear should be that
they may slip down.
Those who hear the clamor mnnv rlnr-
gymen make from the pulpit can not doubt
they preach sonnd doctrine.
The way of the transgressor is hard: hut
the way of the non-transgressor is often
"I am not in that line," as the culprit
said when he escaped from the hands of the
To what part of the globe should per
sons, grown lukewarm in any cause, emi
grate? New. Zeal-and.
' Why is the final representative of a line
of kings like a horse distanced in a sweep
stake? JJecauso he is the last of his race.
Why would a man fond of logio and
liquor prefer a dilemma to any other form
of argument? Because it has two horns.
It is a melancholy fact that in propor
tion as a woman cultivates her mind, she
decreases her chances of wedlock.
A cockney utters a great truth by ac
cident when he calls the "bridal altar" a
Why are the Chinese a very hospitable
people? Because they invite the whole
world to tea.
What reason have we to suppose that
.1 - n..- 41,. fiM4 1 .' -1 'I Tl I
..ui " mi mo. uuinebt rjucause, do
fore time began, she belted Saturn.
ufinm. MfMiii Mrw 4 V. n i t.A1. 9 1 . 1.
J -nun ut 11 u I in .no
aphorism: "Speak only good of tbe dead,"
so far that they ever hesitate to commend
the living. '
It can not be denied that the native Af-
- .1. " U. tt uw UUV MlUWUg UIGIU9UITCO, OUUtltib
the vanquished, ate extremely fond of each
5-The differenae between a woman drlnk
imr a certain kind of tea and a sentimental
maiden is one is fond of Boheas. and the 1
other of he-beaux.
Most wives are very anxious to learn, in
cases of imminent danger, whether their
husbands are dead or alive; but it would be j
a difficult question to determine whether I
tnelr tears or tnoir hopes are excited.
McHenbt k Carson's Gas Fixtures
Among the meritorious articles on exhibition
at the Ohio Mechanics' Institute, which have
not heretofore been noticed, but which
should have received attention from us some
time since, are the eras fixtures, lumns. A .
kept for sale by McHenry at Carson, No. 162
Main-street, near Fourth. Their display
embraces Etruscan, lead, glass, panel and
ruby shades ; chandeliers of French bronze,
tastefully relieved with gilt: coal-oil lamps,
uiuiMieu wnu me raiem raragon Bpring
Burner. Tbe firm is doing an extensive
business, and both "the partners are well
known id the community. They warrant
all their work, and none who employ them
are ever disappointed iu their expectations.
A Femaeb Babble The attentions of
one or two hundred men and ill-bred boys
to the Prince, whenever he appears in the
street, are altogether too close to be agree
able, but these compose too small a fraction
of the people in the streets, to be regarded
as an indication of our civilization; but the
greatest rudeness which he has Bet was
from a crowd of nspecUMj-druted women,
at the Mechanics' Fair, on Saturday after
noon. At the report that the Prince was
coming, they rushed to the stairs, and block
aded the way, so that it required the inter
vention ot the police to get him into the
hall. Then they rushed at him again, so
that he was actually forced to run across the
bridge which connects the two halls. But
this she-rabble continued its pursuit, making
such remarks as "That the Prince 1 Why
he aint half so good-looking as my Charlie 1
until the Prince was driven from the ex
hibition. If the Prince is no more than a man, that
feminine discovery does not excuse them for
being less than women. Thoir sons may be
just as big as he, and to their crowish ma
ternal eyes, twice as handsome, but that
will not make them princes, which was what
they went to see; nor, if brought up by
mothers who can make such vulgar remarks
in the hearing of a stranger who has thrown
himself upou the courtesies of our people,
Will it make them gentlemen.
Great Excitement About thb Presiden
tial Election ! So there is the same about
the celebrated American Time-keepers at
Elias's, No. 16 West Fourth-street.
Coopfr, thb Novelist, in Skarcf or an
Obnoxious Critic A friend who kniwhim
weil tells us that the criticisms of the earlier
works provoked him considerably to such
an extent that, on one occasion, he threat
ened to inflict personal chastisement on the
critic, and waa so much in earnest as to pro
ceed to Boston in search of him. Here, it
Beems, he remained for three days. Not find
ing the object of his pursuit, but instead of
hiirj a genial friend, who gawo him good ad
vice, he was induced to laugh at nis own
folly; and it does not appear that be aver
afterward permitted himself to exhibit any
feeling on account of criticisms in which his
personal character was not assailed, as in
those instances in which he instituted actions
for libel against several newspapers.
Street Railways in Paris. A Paris cor
respondent of the. London Morning Star,
speaking of the Paris street railways, says:
The carriages are large, commodious, aud
elegantly fitted up, with a separate elbiwed
seat for each passenger, of whom it carries
twenty-four Inside aud -iwunty-four outside,
at the low rate of five pence and four Deuce
respectively. Last week I rode in one of
these omnibuses from the Place de la Con
corde to cevres, and any thing more pleasant
it is impossible to conceive.
A Fbeb-lovbPbintbb. Lafayette Co villa,
a printer by trade, eloped from Columbus, ia
this State, the other day, with a young
woman, Cornelia Clark, uluu Sarah Gibus,
aged twenty years. The runaways taking
the early train on the Central Ohio Railroad
for Zanesville. - Coville leaves a wife In
Columbus and two children.
MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC ART.
Pike's Oteb a-hvusb. Mrs. Bateman'l
drama nt 'CtnUimt will be Presented at this estab
lishment thlseveeinf. XsW Bntemn's imperson
ation of ths title reJs Is said W be rerv fin., even br
those who saw Matilda Hema In the same part; but
as two or three persons irltlclse for each of Die cities
of the Kast, while every Jndk-loaa lover of the drama
In Cincinnati Is a critic, this fact will have very unto
effect here. We doubt not ths drama Is worth!' Uir
reputation it lias attained, and that it will have a
lung aud successful run.
NATinnAiTnatTxa'-Jane Coombs, who, It will
be remembered, appeared last season at the Opera
hture, with tnilidorent success, will commence an
engea-einent this evening) at the National, as the
heroins of ths most beautiful love-story in any
languaas, Ofeo aadeliei. it would be difficult to
read tire lines of this beautiful play without feeling
In some measure the passion they expresakand we
have no doubt, In the hands of the company at ths
National, ths principal characters will be ably rep
resented. Wood's Thkatvb. The 8elrlst and 7-anfratta
Pellet-troupe will appear at Wood's this sventnt.
Ths performance will commence with the astnnl.h
Ins feat of "The Three Devlla," after which the
beautiful ballet of "Kemeraldn" will he presented,
the whole to conclude with the lamhabla and al-wave-popular
dramatic pantomime entitled "Jocko,
or tha Brazilian Ape."
Smith A Nixon's Hall. In speaking of Thlrw
don's Museum of Arts, the Baltimore 8mm ears thlt
as a "moral, instructive and pleasing exhibition,
the one now nnrier consideration ranka perhaps su
perior to any ever Introduced to the notice of tho
public. Void of deception, clear of vulirnrlty, in
structive in its nature, and pleasing In its charac
ter, It at onos Is recognized as a high-toned and
pleasing piece of resort, commanding ths support
and countenance of that peculiar class of persons
who do not approve of publio shows. Thiodon's
Hup. urn of Arts contains nothing of an exceptional
bearing; upon the contrary, It is Instructive and
truthful. The 'Storm ft Sea' la beautiful, while
the automaton rope-walker la a miracle. We can
cheerfully say, visit the exhibition."
Naw Yona. The entire Opera Troupe sang Pacini's
ATrdealast Thursday night, at Niblo's. Ths atory
ia well known, although ths opera is unfamiliar.
In speaking of its representation, ths eritlo of the
New York . Port, good authority, generally,
in musical matters, and one who will not fulsomsly
laud a bad performance, writes as follows:
"It If so difficult to fairly criticise ao opera like
Mtdeu on one bearing, that we can only refer to a
few of the meet obvious points. There Is too much
of the high-pressure style shunt It, without enonitu
relief; from Ills moment "Medea" appears, to per
suicine, she Is in a state of frantic excitement, so
that there is lacking ths musical climax so well at
tained Iu Norma. The characters are also unequally
balanced, "Medea" bavins; to apoear in almost every
scene, while the other character have but little to
do. Of ootrrse, ths weight of ths pises thus falls
upon the prima donna,
"And t'ortcsi was equal to It. Physically and vo
cally powerful, she has the most complete appreci
ation of the art, and knows well how to make a
aensstion thereiu. Probably oir operatic annals in
which fur the past five years we must look for the
beet tragic acting from females witnessed In New
Yorlr-do not record a more remarkable instance of
anstttined tragic power than the performance of cor
tset lust night.
"Aiiisieni, wilh his clear, ringing voice, ably
seconded Ortesi. The other characters were fairly
represented, but the chorus singing was as bad as
could be. We understand that but one rehearsal
took place. .
"The music of Jlfetfea Is difficult to understand,
and even to adntiro. The salient melodiea are few in
numlier, and the Intensity of the drama distracts
the attention from tbe maslo Itself. It does not,
however, contain aa many elements of popularity as
Pn.rfo, the acknowledged masterpiece of Pacini; lint
lifce all music of ths style, new beauties will unfold
themselves on every hearing, and Afedea, with sing
ers like Cortt-si and klurifani, must eventually -take
rank among ths standard operas of the American
Mr. V 11 man returned from Europe In ths P&rtia,
bringing with him a long list of engagementa. Of
female singers he has secured Jenny Ney, of ths
Dresden Opera, but with an luropsan reputation;
Madame D'Angri, the wall-known contralto, and
Mrs. Hinckley, of Albany, N. Y., who, after study
ing In Florence, recently aang with great success at
ths opera In Amsterdam. Carl Vormos, as ws before
itatod, is expected hore by the close of the month,
and William Formes, his brother, a baritone, will
arrive in November. Prospective engagements
have also been made with M,'lie. Calllag, who has
recently sung In London, snd with ths Marchesl
sisters, soprauo and alto, whoss latest ft act eases wsrs
ia "Scmiramide," in Paris. Tha familiar lagond of
a vialt from Joanna Wagner is also revived, and tha
arrival of Taniberllk is postponed for a year. ,,
In ths drama there Is nothing new save that ths
Afoateu Boy, at Laura Keene's, Is to give way, this
evening, to a new three-sot Irish drama entitled
HiIJ.' Bpirit of He Titati, which had better
confine Itself to dog-fights and rat-killing perform
ances than criticising ths drama, In spsaklagaf ih
performance of Hamlet, at t iblo's, lauds Forrest in
the most sxtravagant manner, and says:
"The 'Ophelia' of Mrs. Conway croated a wish
that 'Polonius' had strangled his offspring before
the beginning of the play. It was divested of all
those graces which render the character of 'Ophelia
ao charming, and her appearance was fearfully at
variauce with all pieconcearud ideas of the part."
Thcso who witnessed the exceedingly chasts and
elegant impersonation of this onsof Shakespeare's
loveliest characters,. by Mrs. Conway, at the Opera
house, last season, will readily agree with us that
the writer knows nothing of ths character, or also
that Mrs. 0. has deteriorated wonderfully during
the past year. The latter-we do not believe; and,
therefore, incline to ths former proposition, which
la by far tbe mars probable and doubtless true.
Amodio's brother, Frednio, mads quits a suc
cessful debut at Niblo's, last Tuesday evening, as
"Germont," in ths Tvoviota, of Verdi.
Boston. The CortesI Opera Troupe will appear '
this evening, at ths Boston Academy of Music, In
II Poliuto, Mnsiaul in tha title rels, and CortesI
Washington. At ths Washington Theater, Annis
Milner, in connection with ths Cooper American
Opera Troupe, is singing to faij- audiences.
Yabietixs. M iss liiiston.a grand -daughter of the
ones celebrated Bover" in Wild Oast, is announced
to make her debut at a West End Theater la Lon
don. Meyerbeer has son seated to become President of
the Kersln Teutonia, a choral nnion la Paris, and is
said to havs composed a new chorus fur them.
For the coming Italian winter season in Paris it
appears that neither Madame Borghi Mamo nor
Bignor Tambsrlik is sngaged. Signor Mario and
Gardont are; so is Signor Pancani, another tenor.
Mcsdames Psuco and Albonl will also reappear.
Miss Kelly Brewster, a young lady of Philadel
phia, who baa been preparing for the stage nnder
Mr. Forrest's direction, will make her debut during
bis engagement In that city.
Oasaanlga, the favorite prima steaaa, Isslugiug
at Lisbon. She is said to bs married toAlbitea, ths
well-kuown musical professor.
The penchant for ths pantaloons is ao strong
among the ladles of the Pittsburg Theater, that
three of them play Jacl Sheppard on tha sams even
ing, each taking an act I
The New York Herald, which, aa is well known,
never tells the truth, unless by accident, says that
the dramatic world has had a positive sensation in
the reasm of Mr. Forrest, who, to nse a Hba-s-
perian phraae, is more followed than ever. His audi
ences have been enormous. At ths regular prices
Niblo's Os-den holds, in theatrical parlance, SI. OKI;
the extra premium on scuts and boxes could nut
have amounted t' over six or seven hundred, aud yet
ths rtceipta of tha first night amounted to nearly
V?oo, or double the highest receipt of Mr. Forrest
at ths Broadway Theater. The houses havs been
equslly great ever since.
The London Critic an nounces.se among Mudams
Celeste's engagements for the Lyceum, Bliss Jose
phine Qougouheim, Mrs. Charles Howard, Mrs.
JuUa Bennett Barrow (all well known in tbe
I'nltrd States), Mr. George Vintng, Mr. Keeley and
Miss Lydia Thompson, lime. Celesta will commence
her season with a new drama by Tom Taylor. Mrs.
John Wood and Mr. Brougham are engaged at tha
Ilaymarket. Mr. Brougham la engaged fur too
weeks, and eommenoea on ths first of Octolier in his
own comedy, "Jfomaiios and Reality." Miss Julia
Daisy aud Mr. Nestle ara ulso in Loudon.
John Phillip Kembls, the great actor and
man agar, need, upon meeting bis company when
tbey returned to London, after the vacation, which
they teusrally spent in playing provincial sugage
snents, to greet them soniswtuU formally in a body,
and pay sach ens ths oompliment of asking ab-rat
bis success. In passing roundesie obsequious circle,
hs cams upon a very bsd, but very ambitious actor,
who tneusht himself not appreciated. Us asked,
him where be had played. Tha proper answer w,ag
given. "And In what part did yoa maks your frst
appearance I" "In 'Hamlet,' sir.'' "And wl-.at did
yoa play nextt" "Hoealel, again, sir." '-What I
twics successively la ths sams town I"
What is a Tbbatbicai. Iiaumm V-Ths oourta
of Boston have decided this question, which was
rauwd not long ago in Philadelphia. Ths Draytons
wars stopped la their "parlor upara" exhibition for
wautof alicjnM. The eass was brought before- tha
court, ao, ths court dssldsd that vrhsthsr a per
Kmiar,t, I, thsaukal, dots But depend ppoa to
place her ft la held, the aumber of part., or a '
change of scene. There are rirsmatlc exhibition
where not more than oi. p:ton performs. An en.
tortalnment pre-lnced by assuming dilTcrent charac
ters, acting their tnrn, thereby Illustrating aome
story, and enforcing some nionl, rums within tb
meaning of a theatrical exhibition prohibited by
A J- xrirrn rxpcanorxn riuimAr OrrTo. ,
The Portland (!".) Argo, eaya that dttrln p-r-foraaance
of the 'Octoroon," at lire tbnrter In that '
ll, n the evening of the Trtu nit., (a (lie sveDO
where "Zoe" la abent to fake poise, Naflhfl Wfrfv '
low, Reg., of that ptace, awtontshed both Snievnei .
a-d actors byrnehlr upoir law etaawnwo! sefsw
"," iMIaeKluilierly,) eh-itrHng out log highly k
exciwd maarser, "Hoist, 'Zos'-dWt iaks- HI t
command the- taderaroutrl Rallr-jre,, Fly! Iff wit IV
m, and yon are saw Com, t0 Canada, to flie'pos'
sessions of Queew Victoria, and yew will be A-eef
rixa! rural" Mariner SracArland si-en set thing- -torlghts
sad the excited gentfnnkn left the stage.
MATiMo!iAt. Clrarles 0. CIsloy, forPsertv oan- "'
nertrd with the St. Lreafs Theater, aud vaen-knoww .' '
In theatrical circles lis tha Wee and Strath, was
married on the 1th nit to Mia B. Salvia BarOert, of
Nottingham, N. H.
Mass fob tub Brirmr. or tub? .intsmirt-rr
Sts.ia.-A grand roastral massj waa pfifarmed a res
days ago in the Church of St. Peter an-f St, Paul at
Ostend, in favor o. the- Christians IrK ths Kaar.- '
Prince George of Pru-wla, accompanied by his mill-' ,
tary household, waa present. Ths meat of Me rem
dantewas executed luradinlrabls styls, under the' '
direction of M. Vanden Aveele.
BFPrBMCAis Msetins. The Republican!. -
, f.ll8.T,;n"' Cnagressinnul District met at their :
hall, at the Engine-house. I t. Temple In "th' emVK .
ni dH.Ctinirnings aotlns as Secretary. After tho
usual relinilnnries. a Vigllsre-e Committee of throe '
" r . vl-:U l.-u" -t',"'V"' " "":
Ice, P. Hoffmen, Morgaa
Sf.03'w?rn,;Pvf J'"""- nnrcoort, S. Be-,.
Third Wanl-II. Cumruinga, B. Williams, J. Sour
prv. Waeheib. Ward-Joe. Andrew, B. W. Cooper, W.
Kinii Ward-V. TTa
Ar. nwarrz, A. r. Allen.
Fixlu Ward O. I
twia, Thoa. Faulkner, Paul
Seventh Ward-A O Rnst, S. Shaw, rl'Kholl, W.
Strieker, Chas. C. Kitburn ' .
A number of new members Joined the Associa
tion, after which it was agreed to atteod themeet--ing
in Cincinnati, on Saturday snsln...T aa'
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Movements of Gov. Seward.
St. Locta, September 30. Got. Sewanl .;
and Gen. Jiye arrived here at a late liour
last night. Although their arrival was unv-
expected, and no previous notice (riven,
several hundred Wide-awakes escorted thorn '
to Barn urn's Hotel. They leave on the early
train to-merrow morninir for Chicago, where
Got. Seward speaks on Tuesday.
St. Louis Fair.
Sr. Louis, September 30. Tbe closing dar
of the Fair was in all respects satisfactory. .
"Ethan Allen" was awarded the 1,1. son
The profits of the Association, for the srk.
, Locisvillr, September 30 Evening.
River (ailing, with three feet three inches ia
the Canal. Showery to-day; now cloudy. -with
indications of more rain.
Smooth Sailing or the Gbsat Eastern.
"As to the jar or vibration, as a rale," says a "
pssengcr, no one need taj 'you would not
know she was moving,' Mi it is not true ia
fact, but it is true that in very smooth water
the saloon is a very quiet room. I speak of '
it, because it is the principal sitting-room;
there is at-such times a kind of riimbliny
sound, quite like that of a grist-mill, possi
bly not as decided as if you were standing in
it, but just such as I have noticed a hundred '
times in approaching one. Our cabin ia
near the wheel-house, and yet we can sleep
without the least annoyance from its vibra
tion, while on the Cunard ships, no matter
where you are, every time the wheel epmes
round there is a spot which vibrates through. ' :
the whole ship. The movement of the roav
chinery is beautiful; I never saw any thins; '' '
like it; day and night the pistons plunge as if
each stroke waa going through the shirg bot
tom with scarcely a sound; all hands concede '
that they are unapproachable. We. have had '
the frames pn the tables perhaps one-third of "
the time, but it would not have been neces
sary, I think, if she bad been in goad trim."" "
AkEleoakt Pabtt Costume. Among the '
costumes worn a few evenings Bince at a
iiuuiunaoie parry, says a xnew Xorlc paper,
one composed of white tarletane was par
ticularly admired. It was trimmed with
narrow flounces of black and white tarle
tane, pinked at tbe edee. and disooaed al- '
ternately. Ten of these flounces via: five
black and five white passed round the lower 1
part of the skirt. A front trimming of
DiacK ana White flounces alternately dis
posed, waa carried up to the waist and formed
a tablier. A narrow double pliiee of black -
and white tarletane headed the flounces at
the back of the dress, and passed np each .
side of the tablier. The corsage was low,,
with a berthe, trimmed with black and white
frails; the short sleeves were trimmed with
the same. A eeinture. with Ion? en tin or
white tarletane, was bordered by a narrow
pliue, similar to ' that which headed the '
flounces. - . . . t
Tbe Cbabactib or a True Gehtlbmae. ,,
The New York Home Journal thus answers '
the question, "what is a true gentleman:" ' . -
In the directory, it means a man that Uvea . ,
without labor; among "the fancy," one that
drives a pair of "fast crabs," and preys upon
the public; in "society," one that wears the
mask of refinement. But, before the eternal
verities, it means a man that has a respect .
for himself, a sense of the dignity of the na
ture conferred upon him; a man whose im- .
plied promise is as good as "signed, sealed,
and delivered, in the presence of" A, B,
a man in whom one confides with perfect .'
fearlessness and perfect safety the dearest in- . '
terests of bis life. . -
usTiricATiox or Women's Extbataoamom ;
in Dbess. A writer in the London Athtr .
nrrum says: "It is vain to preach against:
the vanities of apparel. A woman lacks .
some womanly virtue who dresses ill, or
who is indifferent to dress: it argues a de- 1 ,
feet in her organization. The secret of
men's prejudices agaiust 'stroog-mipded
women1 is, that they are supposed to. wear -
clumsy boots, short petticoats, aud, to hava
thick ankles. Let not women rashly give
eur to exhortations which would go to prove .
dress a vanity and waste of time. A . woman
who would be well-dressed mu t take time .
and giveconsideratiou; it can nut be achieved:
without. Let no woman desp'sse dross."
Melancholy Picture Vuth-bed of the '
JUiaer. You see him lying on thai bep of
straw, the gray-haired old. man, whu-i life
has long been devoted to tLl one unhallowed,
object tbe gntheriug of juld. He is dying-.
There is not one to staad beside bis death-.
bed, and watch as tha spark of life flickers,
away. There is not cue to cloj his eyes, .
when his cold hear X shall have stilled, its
beatings. Alas, tliare is not ev&n on to,
weep when he is gvael TUca are nose to.
miss him by the tWudei none to whom the. '
world will seem. Mas beaaltful whjn he ia, '
laid aside none- to whoiakhis bent form. is.
an object of Vsre and levereacer nope taw
whom he ha inspired other Uuaa one feeK
ing that of disgust ad fear.. V
Thi DivrBBENC Betwuk Paoaa. Asm, '
Poetry. i rotuaax-e-reading young ntan,
was, one day, passing a mulr-land farm, t'.1,
which vas half covered with iUrze aud ,
heath, nnd a iu back-g round of barren ., "'
rock and dark pines. lie said to the farmer ' , '
who wss grinding bis way Uirough the rug-. ' ,
l-.ca ear in; ,
UA magnificent locality, sir! one of na
ture's triumphs! an embodiment of poetry 1"
"Oh, yes,'1 said the fkrnier, wiping tha",
large drops of perspiration from his brow, .
"the poetry of the place U Tary weel, but If
ye had to plow up the prose of the giouud, ,'
ye d wish the poetry far enough." , , '
Mam Buried Alive. Joseph FanlAn. re
siding in 8ing Sing. N. Y- met with a fatal '
....... B iu uiu "'"su . , luck wnu a ituai
accident the other day. lie was at -ernrV In
the brick-yard of Mr.T. R. Talbot, at Oroton
Falls, when a bank of earth nnder which he
Waa working, caved in, and burying hint
aUre. When dugout life was extinct. ;1