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(rFlrt night of the regular Dramatic Season and
the new Company, einbrauug the following respect
able and talontod artists:
lira. Ellle Kllsler, Minx Annie Wslte,
Sim. Q. II Oillert, Miss fanny Dnhani,
Mr. J. A Lord, Mlax Julia Irving,
JSIrn. Amolia t verett, Ui-sefolllnOnle.
Miss Lucy Anhton, Mis barth Gale,
SC, Ac, An.
Mr. Hurry LanKdon, Mr. T. B. Haram,
Mr. A'tIii A. Komi, Mr. John . Dnrlrago,
Air. John A. Kllslor, ilr ,1, U. Adams,
Air. I. It. Hall, Mr. Alox. Kishor,
Mr. J. A. Lord, Mr. Nmyth,
Mr. U-. fl. Gilbert, Mr. It. Dougherty,
Mr. Davis, Mr. King,
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B-jtTThe Orclicstra will he a auparlor ono.kuoivn aa
TUB MOZART SOCIETY.
Conductor Mr. Wetsb.
T1IH (Hatm-dny, KVISO, 8opten.bet3, will be
proaontml the line eld English comedy, In nvo acts,
SPEED THB PLOUGH,
In which all tho abovo-named ladlo and gentlemon
will appear, fuimlug an unexceptionable caato.
Grand Ovrrturo Mozart Society.
To conclude with tho mnelcal farce called
Jenny LenthorluiurH ..MIhb Fanny Bon ham,
In whleti character ahe will sina tlielbllovrina souizs.
Ac: Jjike to Change My Name," "DufJiiuit
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"Uy" TnE MANY IMITATORS
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(heir doors, or had thorn closed by the Slirrlff, and
the iindnr-lgued will give Kifiy Doliura lioniia, to any
luiltvirlu.il who will produce aslngls gluaaof Muty
Ale, Wlthington Uer, or Hume's Ladies' Ale, at tny
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.brands of Ales, and a so Par 't ami urown cioui,
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KELS, Uuoequalcd in the Un.on.
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News and Gossip.
ffa-Edwnrd J. Gross, a printer, of rhlia
lpliia, coiumittod suioiile, Saturday night,
shooting himaulf througli the head.
At the resent oominoncoment of Emory
College, Oxford, On,, tho doerce of Doctor of
Laws was conferred on the lion. Henry Btans
bcry, of Ohio.
a0 DoLavo, tho ropo-waIkar,it in said, in
tonds to huvo his pis tor cross tho ropo at Ro
chester, New York, in tho comae of tho Boa
eon. j3"A young nun, while proinonading the
streets of Philadelphia, Thursday evening, ar
rayed in a stunning suit of female apparel,
with immense hoops, was arrostcd and locked
up in the station-house ovor night.
pS" John Yeatinan, Esq., a prominent citi
zen of Nashville, Tenn., died on Thursday
last, aged sixty-six. Mr. Yeatinna- wai born
iu l'ittabnrg, and married iu Cincinnati. His
wife wa9 Mit3 Elizabeth Schooloy.
The great Western plains aro literally oov
ercd with buffalo. The number each year
r.eQms to increcco rather than dimini.-h. Thoy
go in immonae drove?, und at times seem to
oast a dark shadow over tho valley.
.CB" Advioes from Port-im-I'rlnce to the
30th of July reach us by way of Boston. Tho
Ilaytinn Government is devoting itself to
6oancial reform?, Ono hundred and sixty
four thousand dollars of deteriorated hills
have been burnt, and the incromntion was to
be persevered ia. The reserve fund in the
treasury is represented to be $124,001).
Tbb Indiana Statu Fair. It has been as
certained, says tho Now Albany Leihtf, by
tho committee nppuintod at the citizen' Dioct
ing a foiT cvcniii(,' n;;n, that Bi.'ven thousand
poreons enn ba providud wi'h cinfortii bio ac
commodations in tho city proper during the ap
proaching Stnto Pair.
pS"k fellow who wanted a job of eprinkr
ling a. Ftreot, in Troy, "civ York, and whs ro
fused on account of Iih exorbitant price, got a
pair ot Dorr!), on batuiday Inst, "txorciaed
them at full Fpcod up and dona tho etroet for
about nn hour, raining a clotid of dust, nml
oompol ling overy ono in tho neighborhood to
close their windows and go to dusting.
A Won in Jamaica. Tho first of August, the
annlvennry of negro emancipation, has boon
stainod with bloodshed in tlio townol l-'ulaiouth,
J mifiica. Tho riot arose oat of a cn?e of liti
gation. The j il, cotirt-hou.-n, and police sta
tion voro attneked. The poiico fl ro tl a volley
among tho uiob, which hilled two black wonion
and bcriously wounded several other parsons.
KllOOTlNO and Slii.idk. On tho -tith ultiuio,
two servants lit tlio farm of 1!. C. Brvnn, Eaq.,
about half a uiiln from Mi u!le!,urg, Ya., wore
playing with a loaded gun, when ono of them
was neoidnut'jHy shot and killed; upon wlii.-h
the other was so much al,.rini.ri that bo relundvd
the gun and shot himself. Medical aid was
promptly in attendance, but ivvuilcd nothing.
Salk or tub Bldk Lick SrBiNns. Tho
Louisville Courier is iufnrmed that tho famous
Bins Lick Springs havo been sold to Mexsrs.
Hughes, of Bourbon Crninty, and Il didny, of
St. Louis. The prioo pnid was $ I li.oflO in cash.
The new proprietors prup.iei M)ondini; 520,000
in improvpiucnts the coming season, and
design making it the great wiitoring j laoe of
day .or two since n lady at Salisbury
Point, MaMnnliuretts, was attacked by a
vicious oow, that tlira v lior upon her horns ;
but owing to tho ppread of tho crinoline, tho
horns did nut reaoh ber fiar-on, though thoy
made sad work with the hocpj, by which she
was lifted from the ground and thrown over
and over. Hoops, it scorns, are sometimes
useful, as well us ornamental.
NArobEoN ani Ko33Drn. Count Tulazky,
tlio Loudon correspondent of tho Now York
2'riiiinr, who is an ititiinnto friend of Kos
suth, writes that it is untrue that tho French
Emperor betrayed tho distiuguiahed Hunga
rian. Napoleon agrcod, in enso the war
should extend to the Ailrialic, Hint ho would
invsdo Hungary ond oxcito tin insnrroctiou.
Fcaco was made befovo tho war extended to
7Zr The census of tho population of Egypt,
taken by Order of tho Vioony, on the Fronch
method, has just been oomploted, and gives the
following roeult: The population, which, in
17t8, was 2,5110,000, amounted ia 1817 to
3,700,000; in 1847, to 4,250,000, and Is Dovf
5,165,000. The inhabitants of Alexandria,
which in 1703 only amounted in number to
30,000, had increased in 1817 to 230,000, and
is now very near 400,000.
Narrow Escape frok trr President?.
The Indianapolis Sentiiul, speaking of the
late Hon, John W.Davis, of Indiana, Bays:
Ha was eleoted Prosident of tho Baltimoro
National Convention in 1852, which nominated
General Pierce fur President, and, in the ex
olting struggle attending that nomination, crime
within one vote, in tho caucus of the Virginia
delegation, of being their choice for President
a vote which decided tho nominee of the
Iboh tbb Mediterraskah Squadron. Dis-
Satohes from the United States squadron in tho
lediterranean Sea have reached the Navy
Department. The flag ship Wabash was at
Leghorn, where she would remain for a week or
two, as mattorBwere unsettlod, and oino Ameri
can ships were in port. The JifaceaVmian was
about to leave to spend tho remainder of the
cruising season off tho coast ot Syria, paying
special attention to whatever the American
minister at Constantinople might suggest as
important to American interests.
JSCfThe New York Sun, wbioh has been a
sort of pioneer in printing machinery im
provements, hag now in process of construc
tion, at a cost of forty thousand dollars,
press that pofsessos this ndvantego namely,
it will feed itself and print both sides of the
paper atthe.same time and with the sr. me ra
pidity that one tide is printed on the mam
moth Hoe presses now in use by tbo Timrt,
Herald and Tribune. This specimen of Yankee
ingenuity will leave in the shade all former
contrivances for rapid printing, and compel its
competitors to throw Mid the presses now
Samuel Roberts and his Plea for a Vote.
Tho author of tho following spirited plead
ing for a voto, in a memorial printed in Wales,
May, 1850, addressed to Lord John Russell, is
now a resident of tho Unitod States, of a land
whore a man, pour or rich, has a vote. When
the proper time cornea for hita to be admitted
to tho lrnncriiao of a freeman, wo trust ho will
be one of tho effective mou of our ojuntry, in
counsel and in notion. IIo ia a bold thinker,
and a writer of no common power. IIo preaches
to-morrow, in Welsh, at the Welsh Congrega
tional Church, on Lawrence-street, near Third
street. V.'e trust ho will speak in English bo
fore he leaves the city: '
Mv Lord: lama in; not, it Is true, a very
big man, but am of a respectable size ratber
bigger than the Prime Miniater. I am also a
man subject of Viototia Quoendotu, and have
lived in this far-famed country of ours for half
a contury, and have always been loyal, strictly
loyal, zealously loynl, consistently and con
scientiously loyal, out Jane no vote; and I now
thus respectfully wrlto to beg of yoa to get
and yic mc a vote. I havo tried, in every
conceivable way, for full fifty yeors to gain a
vote, but have never succeeded. ' I learned to
road, write and cypher, aud throw quoits, and
play bat, and hunt' pquirrols, and most other
school gnmcs, when quite a boy, but nctir had
a vote. I learned numeration and multiplica
tion, and pounds, shillings and pence tables,
and avoirdupois weight nod troy woight, and
long weasuro and land moasure, and measures
of oapacity and solidity, and the divisions of
times and of circled, but wevnr had vofc I
went through donblo rulo of three, and barter
and partnorship, and vulgar fractions, and po
lite fraotions, and involution and evolution,
and cube-root and duodecimals, aud all tho.
rules of mental Arithmetic, but uet'er had it
Nay, more, I went repeatedly over tho
Ajsob' Bridgo without onco stumbling, and
could once utidcrstnnd tho solution of "adfoctcd
quadratic equations," but newrWa vote. I
uovor Btole anything excepting a penny bun,
once, fioiu an uld wouia.u who bad brought a
bufikot-full'of such things for Bala on a holiday
to the very door of my father's ohapol. I was
then three years three weeks old. My father
preached mo a long, illu norm on on tho
occasion, from tho Eighth Cotumandmont,and
made n t.iko tbo buu back to the old woman
and ask ber pardon, and kept me in the prison
of tii study -cell for six hours, and gave uie a
slight taste of tho virtue of the birch twigs
presorvod over the mantle-piece, at the close of
the term of my imprisonment, and be nnisticu
that service by a short prayer, as beautifully
appropriate and affeoting as any prayer over
pennnl by an Arch Bishop, I reoollcst the
bubstanco of that prayer even to this iy. I
never stoic anything sinco, and yot .TWeiirixr
had a vote, I whUtled after the plough on the
mountain side, and after the sheep oa the
mountain top for months and for jear, but
ii a f had a vuh. I tilted the ecytho and the
sickle through tho hottest days of the harvest
season, and nourished tho bill hook and the
nmttock in tho depth of winter, but nctw hud
n voto. I paw tho sun ri.o from beyond tho
Wreckin on many a Juno morning, whonl was
on tbe tup of Pully warthol, fetching turf-fuel
for my mother; and 1 saw the sun setting over
tho buck of Cader Idris on many a July eve
ning, when pntting the yearlings to slcop on
tbe top of Moelyrbyrddod, but never hud
vute. I havo borno tho laborious duties of the
ministry in an extensivo district, superintended
oln-so, and schools, and congregations, bnt
iicpkp 7o! a vote.
1 spoke, siuco I am in the ministry, a vast
number of speeches of all kinds, good, bad
and indifferent; and I wrote n great deal
proso and of poetry, and published books on
various subjects; uud obtained prizes at sev
eral bright eongrejoos of bards aud essayists,
in fpito of njirini Ceoiiim graduiten anil
Freshmen, but never had a vote. I then un
dertook tho ed i totahip of a magazine, iu which
I boldly write away, moiith ul'tcr month, ob
servations and eommeuta ou the measures
nml movements of monarchs find their niin
istora, of governors ond t'affirs, of popes and
cardinals, of councils and colleges, und
iicld-amrslinls aud their glory, but inner
a ride. I do, certainly, try to write
( utk, and that inny bo oneof tho reasons -why
I hnvotircr had a vote. 1 pay a considerable
amount of "government dues," cfipeoiiilly
duties for tea and coll'ue, and sugar, of which
things I nm fond, and yet have no iota.
pn.V a good share of tlio soar), und leather,
und paper duties, aud puy lor a vast variety
of other (lulu thing?, and yot, Tmr'' no wnir.
I'erhnps if I could but learn tn cnU my
in Cockney style, bespoul my lip necorrling
to turf-fiishiou, mid smoke nwny,rluring the-n
lout?, cold winter nijhts, within tho snug bar
of tho "Queen's Ilnufl," half a dozen prime
Havana cigars, and if I could loam to onjoy
aa many glasses of proof Jamuica rum,
genuine Geneva gin, or fine Fronch cognno,
or Scotch 'whioky, or sparkling chatn
paiguc, or still Burgundy, I might
likely to succeed in my efforts
got it vote. I farm a goodly number
of acres of poor, wet, north-aspeot land,
on tho sido of a ateop hill, for which
pay, in all shapes, mncu more than oitber
Meeehi or Licbig omild make of thorn: but
my olevor friend Riohard P. JJ. C. T. G. X. Y.
'.. Cbandos was not quite friendly enough
favor vie, for ho stopped just one slop too high
to ran k mc a vole. I very seldom bet, my Lord,
but I will bet you nvo ponce half-penny that
I "give away" in charity, and for educational
purposes to say nothing of religion four
timos as much.nacording to my incoine.as you,
or any of yonr Cabinet oolleagues, "give away;"
and should thoro be any difficulty in deciding
this hot, your Chancellor of the Exchequer
for he is learned in income matters shall make
neeessary inquisition, any day you please
and yot you Void ma no vote. You soe, my
Lord, that I endeavor to study and to practice
the lowest humility and the highest egotism
but lean get no tote.
rosrsottiPT. I add a line or two, my Lord,
just to say that yoa need take no further
trouble on my account. I have pleaded
vain. I boo no hope of obtaining my civil
rights as a British subject. I will wait
longer. You will never again see mo a sop
pliant at your gate. You may now keep my
vote. You may keep it forover, and may give
it to your groom, or to your ptiest's oook,
to any ono you liHo. I snail novor wont it.
have had my share of wrongs and mookings,
your famous old country. I now go far away
from tbe scenes of my boyhood, and tho bam.
ble homes of my forefathers, to seek, at
hands of strangers, a eottntro and a garden
and a oonvarticle and a sepulchre, in a foreign
Railroads in i thi Ukitid States. Tht
Mailrond Annual for 1859 states that in nino
yean, or from 1850 to 1859, tbe railroads
tho United States increased from seven thou
sand three hundred and fifty-five to twenty
sevon thouiand nine hundred and fourty-four
miles in length. In this period the inoreaso
the New England States amounted to 62:74
per cent.; while in eiitht of the Western States
the increase was 1,201.41 per cent. At
same time tbe former gained in population 16.
12 per cant., and the latter 40 22. The total
cost of the roads, up to 1859, amounted
$38,451,070, of which. large sum it is sup
T.oted one-third has been wasted in construe
tion. There are at this time twenty-eight
tnoussnd miles ot finished roads in tbe U nitpd
States, about sixteen thousand miles either
under oonstructlon or projeoted, requiring
jf4iio,uuu,uuu tor thou-construction.
[Special Correspondence of the Penny Press.]
Letter from the Country.
LONDON, OHIO, September 1, 1859.
: The "sntnnier has pasned;"
but the mournful whistling of the wind is tho
only indication we havo of tho near approach
of "ye melancholy dnys," for 11 nature woars
tno gam of siirtns;. So great has been tne
ohnnge wrought by the gouia! rains of the past
umntn.upon too (trowing' crops, that one can
scarce beliove bis eyes. The pastures presont a
tine appearance, and wo will havo corn and
potatoes, if Jack Frost only delays bis visit a
few weeks hsnco. But I guess the lc!9 I my
ahnnt the crops the bftttnr, for the editor of tho
London Dew crat, in his next issue nfter the
appearance uf my last letter, took exceptions
to iu y artiele on the crops, and very unkindly
alluded to ino as a "oorncd correspondent."
But the editor in a man of family, find probably
does not like to hear his friend, tho corn,
spoken of as likely to fail.
Tho Annual Fair for this county will ho held
at this place, commencing September li, and
continuing three dnys. Extensivo prepara
tions ore being made, and it in intended to
have a display of niii-mtir'o, which will do
credit to tho famous Btoclc-raising county of
juiuliBoii. uver one thousand dollars is to
be pnid iu premiums. All tho members of
the Pirn fumily, who are foud of seeing fino
cattle, fast horses, big grunters, gallant young
men, and pretty women, nro expected to bo
on hand. A line exhibition and a good timo
will undoubtedly bo had. Homo lime during
tho Fair there will bo a wrosllo fur ten ecu Is,
best three iu livo, between one of our editors
and a young lawyer of this pluee, a member
of tho'F. F.'aof tho county. This is a fea
ture uot announced "iu tho billx," but I nm
assured by my friend, James B , that it
will come off.
The Methodist Conference, which insets at
Columbus this woek, will romovo from our
midst a xentleman, who, by his general deport
merit ana good works, bus proved himself em
inently worthy tho title of a Christian. I ro
for to tbo Rov. S. Tippett. During his so
journ w ith u.i, he has been the means of adding
many to the Church, and it was oiitoUy through
his efl'uilri that the movement for building a
new church edifico iu this place was successful.
Ho is a young man of talont, and is destined
to bo the means of doing much good ia his
Mastor's cause. All regret his departure, and
join in the wi'h that his "lines may bo drawn
in pleasant places."
The pulitioal campaign hns boon opened in
this oounty. Tho "unterrlfiod" held a council
hero nu Saturday last, and woro addressed by
Senator l'ugh, and others. Mr. Dennison will
address the Opposition, at this placo, on noxt
Saturday, at which timo a county ticket will
be formed by that party.
Tho rim for tho county offices bids fair to
eclipso the famous Camp town Races, ns nny
number of good men nnuounco themselves
willing to serve their country. It. llutcho
son, a young lawyer of this place, and a Dem
ocrat, nas announced lumsult ns un uido
pendout candidate lor the Legislature. Mr.
H. is a man of somo talent, and stands high
among his fellow-citizens, (about six i'ect,)
and ia well calculated for tnll running.
Tho public schools of this place -were
nnoncd on Monday last, with Mr. John D.
Sline as Principal, assisted by an able corps
of teachers. From lay vriuduw3 I could see
tho groups of children as they wended their
way toward Science Hill, tho location of Hie
Union ticliool liuil'line;. I'linciiuuintcil with
tho cold world, and strangers to disappointed
hopes, tao bngut ncones wnicn at up then'
countenances, indicated iliac tuey were
'lhis place is blessed with good schools, and
they uro woll attended. One great fault of
parents ot tho presont day is, that they heap
too inuth responsibility upon teachers, and
labor under the imprepsion that the school
room i.i tin- r.laco vhoio characters must bo
foruiod for life, when it is an itidisp.aio.l fjol
that nothing tends so imicu to iiko nuv cs
tucnicd as tboto winning names snd bemitiful
traits of character, which can only bo taught
by u devoted mother nt the home circle., and
without which nil tho "book le.iroinjr that
person can obtain can never be shown with
Cause of Aurora Borealis.
M. Do la R-ivo, tho celebrated French as
tronomer, explains tho production of tlio Au
rora Borealis, iu the following Dimmer:
When tho sun hnvinu; p.iwd into the
sotitlu-rn lii:7iiiHlic'-i', it no longer heat nur
iitinosphere, the iiq-ioom vapors, which have
ncertmiuntml oiiruig tlio summer in this pnrt
of the atmosplicre, lieJin to condense, tho
kind ol humid con enveloping tlin polar
ret'ions extends more and move, und feciii-
tn'j's the paas.ngo of electricity iieeuiniilntcd
in tho upper portion of the dir. But in this
elevated region, aud especially at this period
ot the year, tlio aqueous v.'iimrs must most
lroqticnlly pass intut.no stnto ot minute pnr
tides of ice or snow floatiuir in tho nir. biiui-
lar to those which givo rise to tiio halos; they
lorm, as a were, a Kind ol somt-transpnivut
mist. Theso half frozen fogs conduct the
electricity to the surlneo ol tlio citrui, near
tho pole, mid arc, at tlio snmo time, illuiui
nated by these currents of electric discharges,
Iu tact, all ob3orvcrs aireo iu nbterlniB that
tho aurora borealis is constantly precede! by
a mist, which risc3 from tho polo, and the
murciu ol which, lessclcuso than tho remain
der, is colored tho first; and , indeed, it is very
irequent near tno poies in me winter months,
and especially in thoso whero thero is an
abnndaneo of vnpor in the air.
5S3A letter from Old Point, Virginia, says
John Tylor is living a milo or two from this
place, in a neat cottage, as I understand, with
no professions to style or ceremony. lie has
grown somewhat older, of courao, since I saw
him last, in tho White House in 1S41; but
still walks with the case and elasticity of
much younger man. By his sido was his
handsomo wife. It is pleasant thus occasion
ally to see a practical illustration of tbo work
ing of our republican system n plain, elderly
looking man, who for nearly two years
wielded the powor and patronage of this
great country, moves about among his fel
lows with not tho slightest indication that
had ever been more than a plain farmer.
The Great Eastern STBAimiir. This ship
is announced to sail for Portland early in Sep
tember. Preparations have been mads for ono
thousand first-class passengers, and no secondclass
will be taken. Tbo prico of passage will
be about one hundred dollars. Tho crew and
officers will number about five huudred. Thoro
will ba one hundred and eighty soamen, ono
hundred and eighty firemon, one hundred and
thirty stewards, fifteen engineers, twenty ofti
eors, two surgeons and a chaplain. Ten thousand
tuns of ooal will be carriod, and such
the mechanical appliances of the ship that the
immense quantity can be put on board in two
G. Bunting, of London, has taken
ont a patent for what ho calls a "Mechanical
Horso tamer." It consists of a post driven
into the ground, and having at its upper cud
a stout pin, to which aro secured two hori
zontal poles. Upon 'the outer end of thoso
are attached nxlo-arms to carry heavy cart
wheels, and they arc nrranged to . form a sort
of cradle in which the horso to bo tamed
fastened with suitable straps. IIo is tumble
to plunge by the woight ot the wheels, or
lio down on account of the under strops, nnd
ho is prevented from running backward bv
a 1 . - . i- l ' i ,
I'iop wiuuii is uacu iu uiu iiinu poio.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS. North American Telegraph Association.
Net York, Sept. 2. The North America
TelcLTriiih Association is now in session ut
tho St. Nicholas Hotel, ia this oitv. There
are present from the American Telegraph
Company, Peter Cooper, Cyrus W. Field,
Uirain O.-Alden, Franois Morris, Robert W.
Russell, nnd J. II. Punly. From the Western
Union Tolt'grnph Company: Hiram Sibley,
Isaac 11. Mlwood, and Anson Stager. From
tho New Orleans and Ohio Toloi;rnnh Com
pany: Dr. N. Green and U, L, Douglas. From
the New York, Albmy and liufVuio Company:
T. S. Faxton nnd .T. D. Kctd. From tho At
luniio and Ohio Telegraph Company: J. H.
liorryhill and David Brooks. Iroiu tho Illi-
nois and Mississippi Inlegrnph (omnany: J
D. Caton; and from tho Montreal Telegraph
Company, v. ti. wood.
AVo understand that the Assooln tion, whioh
embraoes nil tho leading telegraph linos of tho
oountry, excopting ttio, has tinder considers
tion several propositions which are calculated
to cltect chances In tho business ot telcfrurh
ing betwocn tho Norvh nnd South upon the
jWo also understand that the proceedings
thus l.ir have been harmonious.
Mossrs. J. U. Purdy nnd David Brooks ro-
prostnt tho intorosts of Philadelphia.
Later from Havana.
New Yiibk, September 2. The steamship
Ouahrf Vitii, from Havana on tho 2!lth ult.,
arrived at this port at noon to-day.
A royal accrue, imposing great restrictions
to tho commerce of tho island, gavo trouble to
American shippers aud captains.
Tho weather was very hot, but tno health of
the city was good for tho season.
Sugars Hat but unobancod in prico. Ex
changes woro doclining; on London 12(315 per
ocnt. premium. Freights dull.
Tho steamship t'ulimchn, trom Havana, on
tho 30th ult., arrived horo this cvoning.
Tho advices, which aro only ono day liter
than those, furnished by tho '.'lorcr Citg, are
bhe lolt Havana on tbo evening of tho 29lh,
nnd uiado tho passngo from New Orleans in
six days and eleven hours, being the shortest
trip over made, tin Havana.
Tho Havana money market was stringent.
Tho health was Improving.
A party ot Amonoans had o'jtainod permis
sion to import cuius lroui io.tus tor six
months, froo of duty.
Xhe stock ot sugar at I! avana, amounted to
two hundred nnd forty-six thousand boxes.
ireigbts had slightly improved.
WjtsmvoTON, Sept. 2 Tho sooundrol who
rocoritly brought from Philadelphia to Now
iork nlteen young Indies, nndor the pretence
of taking them South as school and musio
touchers, and then robbed thetn of thoirmoney
,nd haj'ssgo, was arrested bore to-night by
Chiof of Police, fladdard, and Lieutenant of
Police, Mcllenry. llo was recognized ns Hiram
r. Leslie, heretofore employed temporarily as
a laborer in tho Patent Office.
Some of our citizens hud been swindled by
him. His valiso contained n large number
of letters from vnrioiis parts of the country,
tho eiii tents of somo of which show timt be
Im3 traveled South, and was extensively en
ynged in di-honest schemes. Ho has a wife
living in Washington. Two largo traveling
trunks, claimed by him, i;ro at tho Express
oiliee, and uro supposed to contain many vnl
uablcH belonging to his victims. He has
been committed lo await the requisition of
tho Governor of New York.
lios ro.v, September 2, Tho auroral display
of last night was so brilliant, nfter miduiht,
that ordinary pri'it oould be re id by iis light.
It eomidcmlily iinpcdnd tho working of the
tclegr.ipii lines, und it- clVct wure continued
up to noun to-day. Tho auroral curt ont froai
tn.fl to wost wis so regular, that tho oporators
on tho eastern lines cuuld send messages to this
,"iy without the usual batteries boiug applied.
The same extraordinary effect was apparont
ou tho wiios between l'uiludclphia and Pittsburg.
From New York.
New YnrtK, September 2 Howell Cobb was
scronaded list, nbrht at the St. Nicholas Hobd.
John M. llfiti;: received a similar compliment
at tho Astor Ilouso. He also received avhi'
end complimentary address from tho U'hi.r
General Committee, nnd mado a speech in reply,
dovelopiug bis plan for tho organisation of tho
The dead body of n, negro has bcfn found in
thu hold of tho ship A.;(ii!io' Jirid; trom
North Carolina, slmvud away nuioiig the cargo.
Tho deceased was doubtless a runaway.
Poutsmou'ih, N. 11., Sept. 2. The United
States frigate Cuinlcrlaml loft nt .Madeira, on
tile lh ult., tho tngato Vunnteuntion, preparing
to leave tor winoa in two duvs.
Tho ship I'nitettar, from London, for Aden,
touchud at Madeira on thcL'd ult,, tho Captain
Mr, Crocker, having been stabbed by a nogro
sailor, ho was attended by tho surgeon of the
liim'icrlunii aud reoovcrad sufficient toproooed
on his voyage. Tho negro was brought home
in the Cumberland. Tho Cumberland lost but
two men during a cruise of ovor two years.
Strike on the Michigan Southern R. R.
Chicaoo, September 2. Tho machinists at
Jinporto ana Adrian, on tho Michigan Southern
R. li., struck yesterday and refused to allow
anything but a mail cur and an engine to run.
The passengers who loft this city yesterday
morning returned last evening. The cause of
the striko is the inability or refusal of tho road
to pay back wages. No trains have loft since
From Niagara Falls.
Buffalo, Sept. 2. It is rumored that a
small boat, oontaining two men and a woman,
went over tho Horso-shoo falls, yesterday. The
bout, which was uamod tho Kate, hss been
picked up, but tho names of its unfortunate
occupants nave not yet been ascertained. They
are supposed to belong to Navy Island.
Mail Robber Arrested.
Baltimore, Sept. 2. Phillip Roed, the Post
mistorat Poolesville, Mil. , has boon arrested
by the United States Marshal, on the oharge of
embezzling lottors from tho mail. IIo was
examined before Cotnmissionnr JIausu, to-day,
and hold in $1,0110 bail to answer.
Louisville, ''Sept. 2. A difficulty took
place at Hopkinsvillo, to-day, betweon W. W.
Weston nnd Cuptain James Jaokson, late can
didate for Congress, in whioh the former was
shot and instantly killed.
Bkllows Falls, Vt., September 2. rrof.
La.Mounlain decended in his balloon near Lax
ton River, at eiibt o'clock last ovenlng, hav
ing traveled one hundred miles ia one hour and
From New Orleans.
Washisotok, Soptombor 2. The Southern
mail furnishes Now Orleans papers of Saturday
and Suodoy. Thero was not a oapo of yellow
fever in New Orleans during the past season.
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NO. 8 EAST FOURTH STKEBT,
Between Wain and SjcamoiM,
rlo-binillng In every stylo. Music Ilr.ok-t npat.
ly and durably bonnd. . . , C. CKOPPiH.
jya'-fl - - .. .
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Zm. MaacUeaief Building, .. .
H. VV. corner Third and Seumovo sta.j ,
BETWP.EK FEO.VT AND BKCOND, CINCIXHAT'.
Fa P. CA1IIIL, Troprietor.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
tb citizen? of Cincinnati that Le hns opened
an ofileo at tin. l'.fi Wfst Sixth street, fortlin Ireot
mentof UONSUN I'TION i-.nd ClIitONH) DI3KASK8
general Ir. Consultation true..
attf-iiflico hours, into 12 and 2to-.
VriUaidenco, 2,13 West fourth street.. , JelO-cmi
I'TJIXAN i VILlJ.MSON, t
(At the old stand of Pnllns, Hatfield A Browa,)
' No. 53 WEST S300KD ST.,
otiteii rci.r, tn.formorly of Pullau, Hatfield A Brown
h.h. n,i.iAiuiON. t iara-AJW
B.B.PULI.AM, OIO. HAirifcU. 'I. S. li8o . a. SKIN N EX
pull-ax UATFijfW) & n.m '
wibo le mm mtm ;eb4S
AND AOKNTB T04 '
Na.S.'J t'olnnibla (or Second) street.
mar IWln'd Sugars and Simps always on hand.
THOS. H. WEA8NEB,
LtALEn IS All. KINDSOr
ETJILDING LUMBER. LATJE, ,
saixoiisa, kto., ltu
l'liuu Streets t'ineinimtl, Ohio.
F. 31. MOORE,
N. E. t'OHMEU TI11KI dk BACK HT.,
CIN0ISN ATI, OHIO.
Orders promptly attended to. m!7.
bTkTttredge & CO.
1,1.1 MAIN HTttKbT, CINCINNATI, O.
KiTREDGE &. FOLROM,
S5 St. Charles street, Now O r leans, La.,
Inilioi tein of CawS; Sjioi tlna- Appnrntus,
Asn n'ULr.RS is ova rownnR.
A TTORNEY-AT LAW, and Commissioner
fui- lib io and oth'T (st'a. Office, Koiitli-sast
r.orniT 1'itiU aud iludkou-atrcets, Covinuton, Ken
CIL MABKIS G PLATES
33. BE. IPO'WIITH.,
1iO Wninut st i bet. TM'-d nnrt Founb sts.,
(Next door to tbe Jtmouic Temple.)
Vi iTC!H& JEUJSLSiV HOUSE
1G West Fourth Street,
Vh?ri, ruu I - hi'! eviy trtlc'.e urftrtalniriR to th
Cosiness at a much lens fu tce, for OA 311, than
hiui ovor hefnre l'i i n oiTered in thia market.
GIVE US A CALL'
And eolurournuivts. ep!4
J!o. Hla it. K. Cur. b'iltli mid Li ilj'e atreets, betwee
waiTiui anil riiir, i.iiii'iriniiTi.
A good iiRsi.rlinentol til L KU and I'LATED WAB1,
M':':t i eic, kipi i-onsiiiiuiy tin iiHim.
bpi-cial atientlin itiveu to Cleaniu ai.d U pairing
WitetiH and Ji.t"lry. , , , , tnylO
IJKGGS JL- SMITH, No. G West ith St.
RE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
.rA rtiilr lrire asmirtirient of Watches. Jowelrv.
bilvorwnro and Diamonds.
A fine assortment of Plated Tea Sets and Cutlery'
sod Opera UlauHoS. 234
D. O E FOREST,
Iliioli liindcr and Paper Ruler,
Third storv Times Uuilillne, will do all work In hi
liuowlih ncaineas end dis.;itrli. jyX-l.v
DR. M. ROGERS.
01' LONG EXPfiKIKSCB IN THIS CITY,
OUice, No. H 1, Seventh-street ,
Tiimn poor wkst op vise,
(Successor to Knowlton 4 Taft.)
No. 51 West Fourth St., bet. Walnut Sk Vino
Rrs. IIAMLEN 'ft SMITH,
. No. 3 We-.t Fe" SU
SR. S. WAEDLE,
DEN TP 1ST
Cffloe No. 138 Wost Fourth street,
1 ' "" OINOINNATI, OHIO L
H.S. WINSLO W,
NO. 151 SYCAMORE STBEET, BELOW FIFTH,
DR." J. WILSON'S Oaioe,58 Wsst Fourth-ati-eot,
where he may 1m consulted daily for all
Female Comphints, Intlaniiuritiou of the Cervix,
l'rulspsti Uton-.i, nil diaplaet-uents of tho Woml),
Spinal and Cerebral iitVections, nnd other orAnicdis
ensos common to tomales. The Doctor's long expe
rience and recant discovery lu the treatment of the
nVivr dis, isi-s, c;.ii not fail to give entire atitisfactlun.
T'lie liocvor Is neeut for uKuiupeau b'cnialo motitblr
Pill; iiriei jl anil tY08ta!ns. ii.ul6-3rn
OfUce, E0 7est Seventh Street,, j
mTWinn vim ahd iaci.
O. E. NEWTON. M." D.
Omci--o. SO West 8svonth street, between Vine
and llaos. KtsiusNoe No. M Heveuth street, I.
weon Walnnt and Vine. Orrioi Ilooas 7H3to .1
P, U. Vi to U V. M.i 1 to t. .t .tT " -
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