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THE PENNY PRESS,
is printed and published dally.fSundarsexcepted,),
FRANCISCO & CALDWELL,
At Ho. 11 .West Fourth Street,
nd delivered to snbscrlliere In CINCINNATI, GOV.
1 NGTON and N EWPOllT, and In surrounding citiM,
village! and towns, at
SIX CENTS A WEEK,
payable to lb carrier.
PRICE OP MAILING.
Single Copies, oti.;' On Month, 40 cts.; Three
Month, (I 00; On Tear, 14 00.
AMUSEMENTS.
1'ALICE GARDEN & VARIETIES. !
VI K-STUKEI BKT. FOIKTII AKD FIFTH. !
I'r jprlfltur unci Manager Lkk Mai.iort.
o
VKM EVERY EVENING WITII PU0M- j
JEN A UK COiiCEftTS by
MENTES'S FULL BAND.
if.HAIlaVTNO BALLADS,
BF&UT1FIL DANCES,
f OJUC SOKC1S.
AUIIOBATIC EXERCISES.
ETHIOPIAN DELINEATIONS,
Biirlnsnuc", Pantomimes and Farces, by a company
of thlru performers aul musicians, nulnuted front Ilia
.best companies la the United Stales.
Adralaaloa Only
au:il
Ten Cent.
ANOTHER GREAT RACE.
i 'tVl'IV V 1 TT 'IMinT'l'IVP 1) A D lr
UN Uf i IN A 11 lllUlllJMl rAKA.
4 TROTTING MATCH WILL
C0MK
I m oft'iivnr the abore Track
m THU'KSDAV.Septenitwr I.
Milii heats. Iiest three in live. to
harness. Purse iiUilHtake.JKi,
owners. Evrmr.B. naivr.HS.
A.N noon B ni. ""amy lIope("...Mr. Uuilne.
.Mr. Tjlunawa...". (r. "Mcihnwk," H. H. Snilih.
A. Kinkaiu ti. ui. ''hnily Uy," Ja. Kockey.
Theahove nan are considered t bo Tory eanally
matched iu epntid, and it in conlirtently expected a
vory cloHely coatea ed rare will bo made.
Huco to l ouio etf at 4 o'cl -ck.
Adiuisilon to nil parts of iliii track?!.
A train will leave the Hamilton anil Dayton Kail,
road lK'pot at 2.' o'clock; i hi round trip to ami from
60 ccota. T.3. gTtpaiiSS,, Proprietor.
fanail
LARGEST Mule LIVING.
mHE UNDERSIGNED WILL EXUIBIT
si at all the Covntv Faibs in Onto and Indiana,
(hi' laixcHt Mule known in tho world,
19 Hand HUh-WcUIn 1,SO0 rounds,
Five Yenra old.
Vfm raised hy Dr. M'Cann, of Vayottn Comity. Ky,
Will be exhibited by G0. W. FliOST.
an30-nml
STRANGER'S GUIDE.
ARTIST.
ft. V. FliilllpH, No. : bacon's Building, corner
tiixth and W'ulunt.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS A SEEDS.
Wilder, Robinson it Co., '2:50 Walnut street.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Andcreon, Gates As Wright, 114 Main it.
CABINET MAKER'S HARDWARE.
McAliiin, IlinniBn ik Co., 103 Walnut H.
' ' CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Kenuet, Oiidlor cb (!o.. ncenlii, 1'J Main at.
FLUID INK MANUFACTURER.
J. J Itullcr, a Vine at.
LOCK AND KEY MANUFACTORY.
Goo.nicGieuor,13, West Fifth street. ,
MEDICINES.
J)r. . W. Roknok'H Scandinavian Blood Pills
nnd Hlood Pnrifior, No. O ast Fourth street, sec
ond build in g from Main.
PAPER MANUFACTURERS.
Pollock Si KlcOnll, 332 Walnut at.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. .
Di's. SInlono 3c Reck, St Broadway.
SEWING MACHINES.
Ore. B. Slont & Co., .YJ West Fourth street.
SUGAR-CANE AND GRAIN MILLS.
Ileilaca, Free Si Co., H Main t,
TRUNK MANUFACTORIES.
G. W. Hholl, 57 Walnut street.
VETERINARY SURGEON.
J. C. Meyer, South-east corner Pike and Pearl its.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
A. A. Eyster, Noe. 34 IA'271, Western Row.
Hessts dc Smith, U West Fonrth Bt.
WINDOW SHADES AND OIL CLOTHS.
Noowdcn A Otte, til West Fourth st.
WIRE CLOTH AND PRODUCTS.
8. G. Burnett & Co., 27 Walnut t.
PENNY PRES8 ONE WEEK.
GLASGOW AND NEW YORK
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
DTBAM TO GLASOOW, LIVEUPOOL, BELFAST,
DCBLIN ANi LOND0NSEBBY
FOB 930.
raon mw took.
V Inssow. TliomsoD .Wednesday, Aug. 24. at U noon
Edinbiiriih,Cumniing..Wedneeday, Jnnsl,
SJInMKOw, Thomson
Julys,
Julyar, "
lidiuburuU,Cumniing..
raoM olasoow.
Killubai'iih. CuniraluR...Haturila7, May 7.
C'limitow, Thomson,,. Wediioiiy, July w. .
Edinbursb, Cummfug... " July!.
Bates of Pitssaite from New Tork , Philadelphia or
lloetou, to Ulangow, Liverpool, Belfaet, Dnbllu or
Ijomlunderry, tirst elans, 1J73. Steerage, found with
ao atmndance or properly-coogea provision, SJH.
An experienced Snrsreou attached to each steamer.
nnonariie lor meaiciuea.
Vnr ITralff ht or Passnffe. Anelv to
p37 UOllKltT CIIAIO. 17 Broadway.
. . TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
tifiiiwrlaiil liuproieiateut!
WELLS' P ITEJiT
FOLDING oTWMlTU
WEIGHS ONLY 15 LBSI MANUFACTURED,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, BY
BENNETT & 0.,
jyil-m - Svcamore etreet, bilow Fifth.
Gas Fixtures.
AT REDUCED PRICES.
WE HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST
variety and best selected assortment of Gaa
Fixtures iu Cinoinnaii, l ouslatingof all that is new
. or desirable in the Gas Fiitnraliim.
We warraut uvry Fixture we sell to bo equal, both
In material andnulsh, to any that is sold in this o
ny other market, and in aildition will giiarant
tbem to retain their color aud remain perfect u v
I yenrs from the time they are put up by us.
Call, see, aud examine nuritocK, ..,
1 MeHBNKT CARSON.
" Jyil-n ' 1M Wain street, near Fourth.
FRONT-STREET FACTORY
AND ' '
LUMBER DEPOT,
. ' No, 167 East Front Streot, bet. Pike and Butler-st's,
South-side.
HAVING FITT1HMJP THE PREMISES
with the most Improved kind of machinery,
am prepared to furnish, at short notice, all kinds
Honse und Steamboat, Carpenter and Joiner's work,
finch, Blinds, Doors, Flames nnd Moldings, of
doicrlptibns. Sieainhoat Lumber, Weother-board-ng,
SMiigles, Siding, Flooring, o kept constantly
on hand. Particular attention paid tn planing, rip-
ring and scroll sawing. Heavy framing lumber can
planed and trued Mi feot Ions, nnd 3o inches wide.
' . Persons about to build, will Cud it to their advan
tage to give mo a call.
WM. JONES.
giii:j-Lini
Proprietor.
F. CAMPBELL & CO.,
MA TUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET,
and Boiler Iron, Plow Blabs, Bailroad Spikes,
ICte. Also, Agents for the sale of 1 ronton Star Kails.
Wareroonui Mo. It East second Street, Cincinnati,
Ohio.
auPAII kinds Iron made to order, r. i lfl
JCIRANKLIN TVPE AND STEREOTYPE
JC rODIIDBV. It. ALLISON. viuDeriutendent.
Frlsting llateriali of all Unas. 16e Vine street,
8IXCEFlT8r
VOL. 2. NO. 9.
CINCINNATI, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1859.
PEICE ONE CENT.
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STRANGER'S GUIDE. News and Gossip.
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oil
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Itsrey, the liorse-tauier, lias got the
London cavalry under hii charge, at a good
prioe.
LosiiKviTT. .latum K en u died iu Cambria.
County, I'eun., last nock, nged one hundred
and live years. He was twenty-two years of
age when tbo Declaration of Independence
was declared,
JfifLa. Mountain, the balloonist, is to as
cend at Saratoga nest Thursday. The pro
prietors of the United States, Congress Hall
aud Union Ball have subscribed fifty dollars
apieoo, and the railroad ooropauios twenty-live
each.
jJ&2TBraiil is preparing to send seven war
sfcameri Into the River Platte, for what pur
pose doss not appear, eioept, as she has pos
sessions bordering on the river, it may be
rather to prevent a Brazilian war than to carry
one on.
;ir"The Michigan Southern Hind, for the
thud wceK, la reported to show a falling oil nt
$13,50(1. The latent accounts from Chicago
I state that there is great activity in wheat, and
the receipts of all tho roads running into that
t city were improving.
! JiThe Rev. Wui. II. Rhem, of Texas,
' was boldly assassinated by an unknown ruf
fian, on the 1st inst. The murderer entered
his residence tn broad daylight, and shot hi in
down in the presenoe of a largo number of
spectators. Mr. K. was a native. of Korth
Carolina.
jli-firA tnurraiu is prevailing among tbe
cattle in Capo Girardeau Couuty, Mo., causing
the death of great numbers. The symptoms
aro a swelling and sorcuuis of the mouth and
tongue to such au extent as to prevent tho
animal from feeding. The disease proves fatal
in from one to tour days.
Sale op Mums. Our friend, Mr.' tt. M.
Robinson, of Garrard County, sold, a lew dnys
since, to Messrs. James R. Drako, of Honts
ville, Alabama, and Zaok. Critz, of VV'illiarua-,
town County, Tennesnee, eighry-Bix head of
mules, at $105 per bead. They were a lirst
rate lot. Pnnoille (Ky.) Tribune.
As Ei.gCTiojf Fioht. A correspondent in
forms the Houston 3VernA that on tho 1st
of August, nt Birdvillo, A. Walker, editor of
tho rnion, killed one Courtney, ol that pln.ee,
a Deputy United States Maiahnl. Difficulty,
dill'erence of opinion about the candidates.
Courtney is said to have Jjreil the first shot.
Bobbing Arouxb. Tho nttmher of faces
made glad yesterday and day before, says
the Dunkirk Journal, by tho presenco of tlio
New York and Erio Railroad paymaster, is
incredible. Taymont, wo understand, was
made in full to the eninoic for tho mouth
of May,and it is gratifying to learn that June
ana July win soon lie tuitcn care ol.
Explosion op a Mktkor. On Wodnesday
morning of last week, Mr. J. W. Phillips, of
the town ot w alitor, assorts that be heard a
loud explosion, somewhat tosombhng thunder,
tbe sound appearing to come from near Berlin,
to tbe north-west of where he stood. He saw
nothing, however, a patch of woods Interve
ning between his vision and the supposed di
rection of the sound. lie behoves the explo
sion was oaused by tbe bunding of a meteor.
Others alto heard a similar sound. Grand
flupitU (Miih.) Enqnirar, Atuj. 19,
New York Hotixs. Tho entire cost of tho
Fifth Avenue Hotel, wns one million one
hundred and fifty thousand dollars, of which
the furniture, carpets and painting cost threo
hundred and fifty thousand dollars. One
hundrod guests wore registered tho day tho
hotel opened. Tho St. Nicholas has for throe
weeks past averaged something like seven
hundred guests: tho Metropolitan five bun
dred to six hundred; tho Lufiire threo hun
Urod; tho ow iorkJlotol lour hundred to
five hundred.
23f A niastudon has hoc u discovered in Hio
town of Plymouth, Michigan. But a portion
of it has as yet been' exhumed. The lurger
of the two teeth is five inches in length and
threo and ona-halt in breath, and weighs two
pounds and one ounce. This tooth bus six
(separate points, the highest of which was one
inch and a hail' above tho gum. It has the
gnueral appearance of litnef-tonc. The other
tooth is amullor and broken, but presents a
petrified surfuoe where tho fracture id, dar't
in the middle, with a light rim around, and
of very high polish.
. New York mercantile house held an
unsettled claim of longstanding against a Inme
duck "out West;" and hearing bo was bo
coming "well-to-do," sent their claini on to a
Western lawyer to oallect. In due time they
received a reply, which effectually laid any
hope tbey might have entertained of receiving
their money. It ran in tbi tviso: "Gents;
You will nevor got any spondulick from Bill
Johntoa. Tho undersigned called upon him
yesterday, and found biin with nary tilo, his
i ratt unon tha rjked earth, and not clothe
i r , , ...
! enough upon hint Iu mad a gun! We call
mat an expressive Slnllie.
i Orr.MNG oFTnis Daytos and Micuu.anRail
' koad. Tho new routo, from Dayton through
! to Toledo, opened regularly Monday morning,
under tho most favorable auspices, l'ui
songers by tho morning trains will raoh To
; ledo at 3Ji o'clock, P. II., and Dotroit about
I 5! P. M. This new and important arrange
' nient will brine these flourishing lake cities,
and the great North-west about seven or eight
hours nearer Dayton and tbe South than here
tofore. Monday the Day ton and Michigan Road
will take its position In tbe front rauk of tho
most important roads in the Union. As it is
managed and manned by as intelligent, enor
getio and honorable men as are to be found
"botween the rising and going down of tho
sun," it is fair to assort that tho road has
entered upon a glorious and prosperous career.
A Piece of thr Mbteoiuu Rocs. Garritt
Yanderpool, a well- known and highly respeoted
farmer, lives tovon miles from the city, and one
mile west of the Bothlebom Church. When at
wjrk in his barn, on the morning of the mys
terious commotion heretofore referred to, and
about two minutes aftor the noise which at
tracted his attention had ceased, he beard what
sounded like a small stone thrown against the
side of his carriage-bouso. On looking up he
saw the objeot full and at once picked it up.
It is about the size of a pigeon's egg, broken
through the center, and is partially eovered
with a black substance. Mr. V. says there
no stone on his farm like it, and is fully per
suaded that it is a part of the exploded meteor.
Others also think so. It will be examined by
competent judges, and the result properly an
nounced. Albany, (AT. Y.) Eotniwj Journal.
Linserd Oil Tradk ok Isdianapolib. The
Indianapolis Journal of yesterday contains the
following:
Tbe flaxseed trade of Indianapolis Is be
coming a feature.in the city's business. One
bouse has bought already over three thousand
bushels of this year's product for the Louis
ville market. Louisvillo aod Richmond pur
chase all the flaxseed crop of contral Indiana.
In those plsoes mil's uro in sucossful operation
for the manufacture of linseed-oil. Why can
we not have a mill oporated here ? The man
ufacture of oil from flaneod is one of tbe most
certain businesses in whioh money can be in
Tested. We know of men who have made
handsome fortunes in this trade when the de
mand for oil aod oake, and the material for
linen fabrios, as extracted from tbe stalks, was
nothalf In extent of what It is to-day.
[Special Correspondence of the Penny Press.]
LETTERS OF A NOMAD.
YELLOW SPRINGS, O., August 29.
Etiiruiw Tunny pHKsst Ycsilcrdny (Sull-
Juy) opoucd with a dull skv utid raiu: but if 1
hurt tb pilltir of cloud "by day, surely wo !
had tho pillar of lire by bight. Of this night ;
let mn write, but first uf its fine overture,
gorgeous sunset. From our piasza a dc-'.
undulating field obbs away ou every I
to a wall of stately forest trees. Our I
i not startling and exciting, but it
has it certain mystic and gravo beauty, us if
we came near to Jiaturo in her deopur and I
more enruest mood, which tho reverie ut ouco !
fulling upon un enables n to uharo. Aecaul
tako reiugo ironi cares and worldly riialrac- i
lions, hidden
I'lose iu tho folds of isatuie'n
robe.
Under a beautiful sky such a landscape
finds its glory. The sky is the universal
ocean whose light waves lave all shores: it is
a kind of compensation for those who can
not spend tneir tlays near too mui'mlicont
outlooks of Ntihant and Newport, that iu
sunrises una suusets endless seas ol lignl
should stretch out from the horiara, floating
golden isles of the blest; such sunrises and
sunsets as uro seldom or nevor seen nt tho
seashores. It wus near very much such a
landscape as this that Herbert wrote that
Bweet Sabbath lino of the "sweet day"
"The bridal of the earth and sky."
And benoath such a sun set as on this even
irtg, of whioh I write, our landscape is at
an emerald clasped in a ring of gold, a ring
worthy of such a bridal. Prom tbo base of
dark primeval trees, a wall of purple light
sprang aloft and flowered into a cornico of
straw-tint, so intense that the eye could
soarcely look upon it. Then drew near the
long bars of sapphire and maroon-tint; the
gorgeous cornloe is suddenly shivered into a
hundred floating argosios laden with gold,
and for their (ailing toward the not distant
golden fleece, an orange-purple sea stretches
out, and the heavier bars aro now capes, pro
monitories and islands!
But this, as wo said, was only overture. We
watched until the last tint had faded away
from the West, then turned away, laying with
Browning's Pippa
"How could that red sun drop in that block cloud I '
When lo ! to the North, one largo, blood-red
spot arrested our attention. And, as night
comes on, we knew the frozen Zone was dream
ing bis gorgeous dream a dream like that
which shone on the exile of Patmos, radiant
with tho turrets of a celostial'city, with walls
of ja?por and gates of pearl I The Aurora
Borealis of Sunday was by no means an ordi
nary one. The double-bow of white light in
the tho N orth with spicule of red or green isb light
shooting up is not unparalleled, though the
lines are oftener single than double. ''But this
Aurora flowed, wave on wave, with a tidal
motion, upward and onward, until the zenith
was reached when the Bky had tho appear
ance of an exactly divided arch, one side so
light that beneath it line print could bo read
with case, while the other was so dark that if
tbe stars had not shone, we should have taken
it for a black oloud.
- Bat the eleotrio waves did not pause at tbe
zenith, nor till two-thirds of tbe vault was il
lumiatned. These lights were constantly chang
ing and distributing themsolvcs in quaint and
weired forms. We observed that tbe light in
the north-east wag usually a faintor duplicate
of that in tho north-west, and the shapes much
alike. But so vast was the Aurora than even
a littlo south of east and south of wost tliore
was at one time a groat rod glow. Tho most
singular phenomona wo witnessod was tbe
springing forth from the very (cloudless) zenith
itself of a brilliant white light, of delined and
graceful form, which, liko an a rial ship, sailed
rapidly across the sky and faded from more
distance in the extreme west. It took about
two minutes for its voyage, and was the most
startling thing I have ever witnessod. The
most subliuio Ihirg wo witnessed was a vast
ooluinn of red flame whioh, at about half-past
ton o'clock, loomed up from tbe horinon nearly
to the zenith, and covered in massive grandeur
several degrean of the horizon.
How wonderful is this phenomenon of Northern
Light! All the more exciting and delightful,
because it is one of those mysteries of nature
whioh she acorns to reserve for a higher devel
opment of tho bumau mind such as the vari
ations of tbo compass, tbe sources and the
seven-year tides of the American and ono or
two olhor lakes, the frozen well, the pular soa.
Tbo resources of suienca are not likely to be
soon exhaused, and each sooret, when it is
rcuuhod, implies anntborstratum of civilization
and knowledge for the forming man. Human
kuowledgo passes from superstition tn fancy,
from fanoy to positivo science. The first Au
rora drove the fanatics to tho temples; at fir.it,
becauspthey thought tbe world was on fire; after
ward because tbey thought it an omen of war,
pesuien uu mmiuo, .u... .ck- .u.
Unoy that it was the roCoetion androfracUou of
glaciers ot the north Polo of inn rays; but tho;
agitations ot toe neeu.o uuuor u ueiemeu .
nations ot me neeuio unuor it ueieoieu its
real cnaracier, ou rikcu m.u ou tuc jmu. ui
discovering Its nature, in How many voyages
must the oonipus guide tho mind as well as the
body! NOMAD.
Seeking a Lost Child Exciting Time.
Un Monday morning, tbe loth instant, a
littlo daughter of Bonjumiu Mone, residing
near tholoiver end of Greenwood Lake, strayed
from homo, tukiug to tha muuntalus. She was
not missed until about two hours' ottevward,
when a search was mado, but no trace of her
was diaoovered. An alarm was raisod, and the
whole neighborhood turned out, exploring
every nook and corner for a long distance
around. That night the search wai continued
with lamps, but without success. Tuesday and
Wednekd'iy tho crowds inorcased until they
nnmbored three hundred in all, divided into
thirty and forty groups; still no intelligence
of the missing child. On Thursday morning,
while Anthony llhinosmitb was conducting an
exploring party in tbe Burnt Meadow Moun
tains, about four miles east of the child's borne,
he obterved a littlo one rushing through the
underbrush as if afraid of pursuit.
v , Pp i,-8
2 iifh
tn her, and soon found it to be the
search. She had subsisted all that time with'
out food, and slept on the ground. Her age is
three yoara and seven months. Her parents, in
despair, had given up hope of ever seeing their
loved otie nlivo, and suspicion was beginning
to be directed against a neighbor for having
decoy od her off and murdered her. The grati
fication of ber eannot be im
Patterson (N. J.) Guardian, Aug. 22.
Accident on the Pennsylvania Railroad.
As the express train from Pittsburg wai
running a few miles below Elizabethtown,
about seven o'clock on Friday morning, the
sudden turning of a curve brought the engine
in contact with a cow lying on the track. Tha
shook was so violent the locomotive . was
thrown on one aide, tbe express-ear on the
other, and the amoklng-oar badly broken. The
engine was a perfect wreak. 1 In its fall, the
engineer, W. Bromel, and fireman, D. Garman,
were thrown over the fence into a field, and
were both injured, the latter quite seriously by
a wound in the breast, but both are doing well.
With these exceptions there was no one in
jured beyond a few trifling soratcb.es. It is
almost mlrnoulous that there was not serious
loss of life. Upon the first shock, six or eight
gentlemen, who were in the baggage-oar,
jumped into the aisle just In time to save them
selves from the wheels, which the next Instant
came crushing through their seats. In the
other cars, the shock threw the passenger,
from their seats. The track was torn for
Pittsburg Journal
Ang. 29.
CALIFORNIA NEWS.
tnls Vott"n Saturday. They bring highly in
wo 't'og intelligence fioui theXorth andSouth
r"'fi!'
T.no excitement touching tho gold disoover
tlio ie ,h tndina uiounds of Obiriqui, oon
olimng inned to ratf8 on tuo Isthmus. It was oarry
Me ,n8 4,1 tQe iulor away from Tanama and As
lanrlscapo p'nwall.
Mr- JoneB, our Minister at Bogota, bad not
Jet presented his credentials; his reasons still
I'omaining a looret.
'inB auuiversary of South American Inde-
Thesloamahins Mm.; 31. W and lLo AW.-
tot Li'ihl, from Acpinwall, the foruior on the
If tb aod tbo Utter on the L'lltk instant, reached
i'--i"'" w cuitmnueu whq great entuusiasm
iti iue neir 'truunumn capital on ino -MID Ult.
ino new steamer Uuutrmata. sent out from
new Bteamer
New York by the Panama Railroad Company
for their Central American trade, had retched
ranatna.
From Nicaragua, tbe gratifying intelligence
comes to us of the ratification of the American
Treaty, without opposition. It is rumored
that tbo French Treaty will only bo aocopted
altor essential cbaiigec; and that the treaty of
S-ir W. Gore Ousoley will la rejected totally.
In regard to tho transit grant advooatcd by
Scnor Jerez, and upon tho basis of which a
new company has been organizing itself in
Now York, tbo Congress of Nicaraugua has
pronounced definitely aguinstsucli a ooncossion,
and expresses its determination to stand by the
dooroe of May, which forever forbade the pos
session of auy special privilege upon the
route.
There is nothing of moment from Guate
mala. An efibrt was on foot lo restore
frioudly reltitions between Salavador and
Honduras; but tho result of the intervention
was not yet attainod.
Iu Costa Kica business whs quito dull.
Conway, tho American, who killed a German
iu an ttllruy at Puuta Arenas last winter, had
been sentenced to six years' labor on the
public works. Tho Government of (Joata
Kica is contemplating radical alterations iu
tho occlcsinsticnl system of tbo State; nnd is
nlrendy moving m tho introductory measures.
Tho South American advices uro without
striking interest. Order is restored in Ecua
dor, but tho blockade of Gnynrjuil, with its
destructivo influence upon the prosperity of
the people, remains. 1'cru appears to be once
more on the vergo of revolution, tho quarrel
botween President Castillo and the CongrcsB
having attained unprecedented violence.
Fresh difficulties have alio occurred with the
French Char;t d' Affair, who has shut up tho
legation, and sentanngenttoFr.inco to demand
special instructions. The internal condition of
Peru Is described as deplorable. Chili hag ro
sumod the march of persevering prosperity
since the extinction of the Liboral revolt.
Congress was still in session, and had voted
relief to the sufferers by the fire at Qhiloe.
The Presidont had proposed a reduction of the
adtnlorem duties from thirty to twenty-five
per cant.
Our advices from Venezuela are extendod to
August 0. The Liberals, in opposition to tho
Castro Government, had captarod Lsguayra.
. Turks Island advioes aro to August l':t. A
railroad was iu course of construction, under
American auspicies, connecting an interior salt
pond of the Island with the co.iat.
Files of the Merida Comlitiu ional of the 5th
of August, announce the termination of the
"war of races in Yucatan, and the cessation
the political oontost by a troaty among tho
N. Y.
Times, 29.
Horace Greeley in Sacramento.
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Mr. Greeley arrived in Sacrauionto on Mon
day evening by rail from Folsom, at which
placebo was met by an escort of Sacraiaontans.
Tho Standard thus describos Mr. Greolej's ap
pearance :
Mr. firceley is about fifty years of age,
stands nearly or quite six loot high, aud
tolerably broad in tho shoulders. His hair
flaxen, and is considerably scattered liolow the
crown and around the back and sides of his
bead. The top of his head U entirely bald.
His forehead is broad and massive. He wears
a whisker under his chin, nnd has oyebrows
white und delicately defined that it is difficult
at first sight to dincover tho existence of that
ornamcntul portion uf tbo face. His gait
peculiar. Ho lifts not only his foet, but
hip?, when ho walks, and keeps bis hoad bent
some distance in advance of bis body. Those
remarks are made, not in derision, but because
' so much has heretofore been euid on this hoad
I by tbe Atlantio press, that many of our people
felt curious to know whethor tbe facts, or
mere fiction, had bean stated."
His Bauoauk. Mr. Greeley's baggage was
) taken in chargo by the couninilteo and hung
onutuioing his clothing, that world-vviJe
w ooa , h(j faaj hod
r,)r lirt 'cri0(1' witUVim through
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jj,,r0jje Wore w
ttnd bft3 hmlht witlt .hiro to California;
' tto umbra,,. oon.idorabv worn, find
cotton uinl
pair of blankets done up in an oil-cloth cover.
inkets done un in an oil-cloth cover.
Mr: Greeley dolivered a speech in the parlor
of the "St. Gonrgo" before dinner, nnd in
evening be addreised a large audience in Mr.
Luntun's Church. It rolatod mainly to
Pacific Railroad.
From Salt Lake.
Tbe overland mail arrived at St. Louis Sun
day night. There is but littlo news of interest.
Horaco Greely bad a public reception and sup
per on tho 16tb, givon by the Typographical
and Press Association. From Salt Lake
have the following:
A Mass Convention of the Gentiles was hold
at Fairfield, near Camp Floyd, on the 23d
July. Tho Mormons, with their customs nnd
laws, were denounced in unmeasured terms,
and a full Auti-Moruion ticket was nominated,
to be voted for at the coming election,
w. t.... i- r ? .u ,..
i tion Pa8M1 b7 tbo nieoting:
' AW.i, That we hold tbe Mormon people
responsible lor the blood of Ameno n citizens,
so wantonly shed upon American soil, so lung
as the real porpotrators, aidors nnd abettors,
are protected by them from tho just penalties
of the law.
flenlerd, Thai Polygamy is un abomination
in tbo sight of God a violation of tbo laws
of nature, tending to degenerate and sensu
alize our race a crime punishable by law
every State in the Union, and phoiild not
tolerated in tho Territories.
Jlcwhnl, That wo deplore the necessity that
existed for the soveraueo of Kirk Anderson,
Esq., from tbo Valley Tun newspaper. That
wo appreciate his oli'orts in our behalf, and
thut our regards will ever follow him.
Reiolced, That we heartily indorse the sen
timents expressed by the Hon. ias. S. Green,
of Mo., in a recent speech delivered by him
at Jefferson City, relative to Utah affairs.
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p9- Tho island of Bermuda is becoming
market garden of early vegetables for New
York city. The trade in vegetables is rap
idly increasing, and the island is prosperous
by means of it. The export of potatoes from
Bermuda for 18S0 shows an increase of
thousand barrels. The exportation of
has reached eight hundred and twenty-two
thousand one hundred nnd thirty pounds.
Tomatoes for the same season (all to the United
States) amounted to four thousand five hun
dred and ninety-two boxes. More than sixty
vessels were engaged in carrying the above
' mentioned produce. . ,
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Noon Dispatches.
Additional Foreign News.
ARRIVAL OF THE CITY OF WASHINGTON.
ABOUT THE LOSS OF THE ARGO.
The Cricketers Coming.
A French Army of 50,000 in Lombardy.
iiiw V'oiik, August 30. Tho steamship
f't'.y of Waihinylon, from Liverpool on the
17tii, and Cork on the 13th, arrived hero last
night, and the following additional nows is
furnished:
Giikat BitiiAiN. Lord John Russell also
stated, iu response to question, that he had
not received any official information which
tiltored tho character of tbe statement he had
already made with respect to tho intentions
of France and Auatrin regarding 1'arma,
Modunu and Tuscany; neither bud any in
formation been received as to the reportod
proclamation of tho Republicans in Parma,
as announced in the Vienna journals.
The oflicial investigation into the loss of
tho steamship Aryo had terminated, but tho
decision would not bo made public till it was
communicated to the Board of Trade. It
was understood, however, that the assessors
give it ns their opinion that tho loss of the
ship did not nriso from any willful act ou the
part ot the Oaptam, but that it "ras a gravo
omission by him in not having Blowed his
vessel on the coming on of tho fog. This
fiuding is to be accompanied with a recom
mendation ot tne case to tha lonient consid
eration of tho Board. .
The Liverpool Albion, in announcing Mr.
Whyke's projected departure for the Isthmus
by tho steamer leaving Southampton on the
7th of September, says:
"Unless Mr, Whyko be crippled in his ac
tions by secret dispatches from homo, his
countrymen niny expect shortly to see somo
practical evidence of sound policy, which,
while respecting the rights of Central Amer
ica, and assisting in the development of free
routes of transit, shall at the some time main
tain the rights of Her Majesty and her sub
jects in this hitherto neglected but important
corner of tho Queen's dominions."
Mr. Whyko has been made Companion of
tho Bath.
Tho arrangements for the cricket match in
America between the eleven picked players
of ail England and twenty-two of the l.'uited
States, have been fully completed, nnd the
English players leavo Liverpool for America
on the 7th of September.
Queen Victoria had been on a three days'
cruise in tho Royal Yacht among tho chan
nel Islands. She landed at Jersey and
Guernsey, receiving an enthusiastic welcome
at each place.
Captain Pembor, of tho ship John fie,has
arrived at Glasgow. Ho andG. B. Alma, the
chief mate, were under arrest for having shot
dead a seaman named John McArthur. Cap
tain Pcmber is said to have fired a pistol at
McArthur, after having been thwarted in an
attempt to strike him with a handspike.
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London, August 17. A proposal has been
umdo on behalf of Mr. Lever to charter the
u7i.it Emtcrn for a voyage out and homo, from
some safe port in Great Britain to sotae safe
port in North America. Tho terms offered trs
20,000, tho vessel to be provided with accom
modations for 2,000 passeugers, and to steam
fourteen knots an hour on bor trial trip.
The official correspondence relative to tha
conveyance of North American mails was pub
lished yosterday.
Fra.nth. On Sunday evening a grand ban-
iiuct wns given by the Emperor to the principal
chiefs of tho army. About three hundred per
sons were invited. At the close of tbe banquet
tbe Emperor spoke as follows:
"OtntUmcn: Tbe joy I experience at find
ing myself again with most of tbecblofs of tbe
army of Italy would be complete if it were not
tinged una regret, to benold soon the dissolu
tion of the eiouionts of a force so well organ
ized and formidable. As a Sovoreign, and as
Commandor-in Chief, I thank you again for
your confidence.
"It wns flattering to me, who had Dover
commanded nn army, lo Und so much obodi
enco on the part of men who bud great expe
rience in warfare If success has crowned our
efforts, I am happy to attribute the greater
part of it to tbo skillful, devoted generals who
rendored my command so easy, beoause ani
mated with a sooial fire, they have necessarily
givon an example of duty, and a disregard of
death. A portion of oar soldiers are about to
return to tboir homes; you, yoursolvcn, aro
about to resume tbo occupations of peace
nevertheless, do not forget what we have done
i ""'" u ' 'urK uai wo u.ve aouo
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1" 8r eluded, of imperfections
discovered, bo ever present to your minds.
"In commemoration of the Italian campaign
I shall distribute a medal to all who took part
iu it, and I wish that to-day you may be the
Grst to wear it. May it recall mo sometimes
to your memory, und while reading the glo
rious nnmos engraved thereon, let oach ex
claim, 'If Franco has done so much for a
people who is her friend, what would she not
do for her own independence.' I now propose
tho health of the army."
The itonileur states that the Emperor hav
ing decided on retaining, for the present, au
army of fifty thousand men in Lombardy,
several corps which bad much distinguished
themselves in the late campaign could not be
lopresented at tho entry of the troops.
Paris, August 17. The Mouitntr of this
morning contains tbo following Imperial de
oroo: "A full and entire amnesty is granted to all
persons sontoncod for political crimos or of
fences, or those who have been the objeot of
any moasurcs taken from tho publio safety."
The Moniteur also oontuios sundry nomina
tions to tbe Senate, including Gonerals Ren
ault, Fnrey and others.
Austria. Tho ministerial eiisisisnot yot
ovor. A combination, with Count Leo Tbun
at its hoad, had met with so many difficulties
tnat its suooess is very doabttul.
Tbe Count Clesrl Martinuet had refused to
acoept the portfolio of Publio Instructions, and
in regard to his acceptance of the Ministry of
the Interior, he rut in combinations which
were rejected, ana he bad therefore returned
to his post of Governor of Cracow.
Well informed persons osjert that tbe Con
stitution, which the Commission was n'lout to
work out, would bo oharaoteiized by tho prin
ciple of decentralization, by the ro-establisb-inent
of representing of princes by prerogatives
given to the aristocracy of all the provinoes,
and lastly by a strict Catholio spirit.
Italy. The Mayor of Parma, who bad ar
rived at Paris, gives the most positive contra
diction, through tbe oolumns ot the Patrir., to
the report of a Republican movement in Parma,
and adds that order bad not ceased to prevail
for a moment in town or Duohy. . . ,,
Steamboat Sunk.
St. Louis, August 30. The steamer Duncan
S. Carter sunk in the Misiourl River en Sun
day night. '
The boat is a total loss. The oargo is badly
damaged. No lives were lost. Tbe steamer
oost $44,000; insured for $2-1,000, principally
in Pittsburg oflloei. , .
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